Robert Garofalo

Robert Garofalo

Director, Writer


Robert Garofalo is one of the most accomplished and respected filmmakers in Hollywood, having worked on numerous films and television shows over the past three decades. Born and raised in New York City, Garofalo attended the prestigious New York University Film School, where he earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in filmmaking.

Garofalo’s career began as a production assistant and assistant director on low-budget independent films, eventually working his way up to director. In the early 1990s, Garofalo directed multiple episodes of the popular sitcoms “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and “Martin”. He also directed the cult classic horror film “The Dentist” in 1996, which was praised for its intense atmosphere and unique visual style.

Garofalo’s career soon took off and he began directing more high-profile films and television shows, including the hit comedy “King of Queens” and the Oscar-nominated drama “Crash”. He also directed the critically acclaimed and commercially successful romantic comedy “Failure to Launch”, starring Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker.

In recent years, Garofalo has directed several films that have received both critical and commercial acclaim, such as “Just Go With It”, “We Bought A Zoo”, “The Internship”, and “Night School”. He has also directed multiple episodes of popular television shows, including “Modern Family”, “Parenthood”, and “Grey’s Anatomy”.

Garofalo’s films have earned numerous awards and accolades, including Academy Award nominations, Golden Globe nominations, and Emmy Award wins. His passion for telling stories, creating compelling characters, and crafting visually stunning films continues to make him one of Hollywood’s most sought-after directors.

Robert Garofalo’s films have captivated audiences around the world for decades, earning him a reputation as one of the best directors working in the entertainment industry today. His unique vision, storytelling skills, and attention to detail have earned him the respect of his peers and fans alike.

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