Susan Sarandon
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Sean Penn
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Robert Altman
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John Edwards
Peter Strauss
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Mark Johnson (producer)
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Tim Robbins

Knowledge Identifier: +Tim_Robbins


Tim Robbins

American actor, screenwriter, director, producer, activist and musician add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1958.

Countries: United States (67%), France (8%), (8%)

Main connections: Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn, Robert Altman

Linked to: Stuyvesant High School, National Review, New York Mets, New York Rangers




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Tim Robbins was born in 1958 add something


After graduation from college in 1981, Robbins founded the Actors' Gang, an experimental theater group, in Los Angeles with actor friends from his college softball team add something


John Densmore - In 1985, he won the LA Weekly Theater *award for music with "Methusalem", directed by Tim Robbins


Sheree J. Wilson - The following year, she had a lead with Tim Robbins in the comedy "Fraternity Vacation", and appeared in the 1985 CBS television miniseries "Kane & Abel", with Peter Strauss


He played in "The Love Boat", as a young version of one of the characters in retrospection about Second World War. His breakthrough role was as pitcher Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh in the 1988 baseball film "Bull Durham" add something


In 1988, Robbins entered into a relationship with actress Susan Sarandon, whom he met on the set of "Bull Durham" add something


Butch Davis (baseball) - Davis made a brief cameo appearance in the 1988 film Bull Durham, starring Kevin Costner, Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon


Susan Sarandon - From 1988 to 2009, Sarandon was in a relationship with actor Tim Robbins, whom she met while they were filming "Bull Durham"


Independent film - The 1990s saw the rise and success of independent films not only through the film festival circuit but at the box office as well while established actors, such as Bruce Willis, John Travolta, and Tim Robbins, found success themselves both in independent films and Hollywood studio films


Cadillac Man - "'Cadillac Man"' is a 1990 comedy film directed by Roger Donaldson, starring Robin Williams and Tim Robbins


He made his directorial and screenwriting debut with 1992's "Bob Roberts", a mockumentary about a right-wing senatorial candidate add something


He received critical acclaim and won the Best Actor award at Cannes for his starring role as an amoral film executive in Robert Altman's 1992 film "The Player" add something


He was originally offered the chance to record an album in 1992 after the success of his film "Bob Roberts", but he declined because he had "too much respect for the process", having seen his father work so hard as a musician, and because he felt he had nothing to say at the time add something


Vincent D'Onofrio - In 1992, he appeared in Robert Altman's "The Player" as an aspiring screenwriter whom Tim Robbins' studio executive character accidentally murders


Mark Johnson (producer) - Johnson has either presented or executive produced Luis Llosa's directorial debut, "Sniper", Tim Robbins's directorial debut, "Bob Roberts", Steven Soderbergh's "Kafka", Robert Redford's Oscar-nominated "Quiz Show" and "Journey of Hope", winner of the 1999 Foreign Language Academy *award


James Whitmore - Whitmore's last major film role was that of librarian Brooks Hatlen in the critically acclaimed and Academy *award-nominated 1994 Frank Darabont film starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, "The Shawshank Redemption"


In 1995, Robbins did a series of promos for MSG Network advertising upcoming Rangers games, and has narrated a documentary on the 1969 Mets for SNY add something


Elmo Patrick Sonnier - The book was adapted to into a 1995 film of the same name directed by Tim Robbins and starring Susan Sarandon as Sister Prejean and Sean Penn as Matthew Poncelett


Dead Man Walking (film) - "'Dead Man Walking"' is a 1995 American crime drama film starring Susan Sarandon and Sean Penn, and co-produced and directed by Tim Robbins, who adapted the screenplay from the non-fiction book of the same name


His next directorial effort was 1999's Depression-era musical "Cradle Will Rock" add something


Robbins has appeared in mainstream Hollywood thrillers, such as 1999's "Arlington Road" and 2001's "Antitrust" , and in comical films such as The Hudsucker Proxy, Nothing to Lose, and High Fidelity add something


Hank Azaria - Azaria played composer Marc Blitzstein in Tim Robbins' film "Cradle Will Rock" in 1999


The Cradle Will Rock - In 1999 writer/director Tim Robbins wrote a semi-fictional film recounting the original production of "The Cradle Will Rock"


Robbins supported Ralph Nader's 2000 presidential campaign and appeared on stage in character as Bob Roberts during the "Nader Rocks the Garden" rally at Madison Square Garden add something


Dead Man Walking (film) - In 2002, Tim Robbins, who adapted the book for the film, wrote a stage version of "Dead Man Walking"


In 2003, a 15th anniversary celebration of "Bull Durham" at the National Baseball Hall of Fame was canceled by Hall of Fame president Dale Petroskey add something


Dennis Lehane - Lehane's "Mystic River" was made into a film in 2003; called "Mystic River" and directed by Clint Eastwood, it starred Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, and Kevin Bacon


In 2005, he won the 39th annual Man of the Year Pudding Pot award given by the Hasty Pudding Theatricals of Harvard add something


Sarah Polley - In 2005 she starred in "The Secret Life of Words", opposite Tim Robbins and Julie Christie


Michael Madsen - He appeared in "Scary Movie 4" in 2006 parodying Tim Robbins's character from "War of the Worlds"


In December 2007, Robbins campaigned for Senator John Edwards in the 2008 U.S. presidential election add something


Robbins appeared in 2008's "The Lucky Ones", with co-star Rachel McAdams add something


Joe Strummer - A documentary on Strummer's politics "Let Fury Have the Hour", produced by Tim Robbins and based on the book of the same name by Antonino D'Ambrosio, is due out in 2008


Susan Sarandon - In the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Sarandon and Tim Robbins campaigned for John Edwards in the New Hampshire communities of Hampton, Bedford and Dover


The end of Robbins' relationship with Sarandon was announced in late December 2009 add something


In 2010, Robbins released the album "Tim Robbins & The Rogues Gallery Band", a collection of songs written over the course of 25 years that he ultimately took on a world tour add something


Robbins played Senator Hammond, the disapproving father of the film's villain Hector Hammond, in the 2011 superhero film "Green Lantern" add something


Kate St John - St John played piano, accordion, and cor anglais on the 2011 album " Tim Robbins & The Rogues Gallery Band"


Michelle Pfeiffer - On November 7, 2012, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Pfeiffer will star alongside Tim Robbins and Chloƫ Grace Moretz in the dark comedy, "Man Under


In 2013 he will be a member of the jury at the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival add something


In 2015, he played Secretary of State, Walter Larson in the HBO comedy The Brink, and since 2018 he has played Greg Bishop in Alan Balls' drama series "Here and Now" add something