Robert F. Rogers

Robert F. Rogers



Robert F. Rogers is an Emmy and Golden Globe nominated film and television director. He has directed over two hundred episodes of television, including some of the most popular shows of the past two decades. He has worked on shows such as ER, The X-Files, Friends, 24, House, Six Feet Under, The West Wing, and The Sopranos.

Rogers was born in 1962 in Los Angeles, California. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in theater arts and a Master of Fine Arts in film and television production. He began his professional career as a production assistant in the mid-1980s, working on shows such as Knight Rider and Diff'rent Strokes.

In the 1990s, Rogers transitioned to directing. He directed episodes for shows such as LA Law, Law & Order, and NYPD Blue. His work on NYPD Blue earned him an Emmy nomination in 1995. He also directed feature films, including The Big Lebowski (1998) and The Replacements (2000).

In the 2000s, Rogers became a prolific television director, helming episodes for many of the most popular shows of the decade. He directed multiple episodes of The West Wing, House, 24, Six Feet Under, and The Sopranos, and was a frequent director on the hit show Friends. He earned Golden Globe nominations for his work on the latter two shows.

In recent years, Rogers has continued to direct television episodes, including for shows such as Grey's Anatomy, Parenthood, and The Good Wife. He has also directed episodes of the hit drama Homeland, and the critically acclaimed comedy Veep.

Throughout his career, Rogers has earned a reputation for being a versatile and talented director. His work has been praised by critics and audiences alike, and he has been nominated for a number of awards. He is considered one of the top television directors of his generation, and his work will continue to be enjoyed for many years to come.

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