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Robert Vince

Robert Vince
Born place of birth unknown, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Director, producer, writer, screenwriter
Years active 2000-present

Robert Vince is a Canadian director, producer, writer and screenwriter. He has been involved in movie production since the late 80s and has been directing movies since 2000. Vince specializes in directing movies that feature animals playing sports, such as MVP: Most Valuable Primate, the Air Buddies series,[1] and Chestnut: Hero of Central Park. He's also William Vince's brother.

Career

Vince is CEO of Key Pix Productions and best known as the filmmaker behind family film franchises "Air Bud" and "Air Buddies". While some directors shy away from making films with kids and animals, Vince has made it his chosen career. His directing credits include all of the "Air Buddies" franchise films, Santa Pups, Santa Paws, Chestnut, Spymate, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch, MVP: Most Vertical Primate and MXP: Most Xtreme Primate. Before Vince launched his directing career, he ran Keystone Entertainment, where he produced, co-wrote and directed more than 33 films, primarily in partnership with Disney, Miramax and Warner Bros. Vince has two sons and splits his time between his two main offices in Malibu and Vancouver.[2]

Personal life

Vince is the brother of William Vince, who was also a producer.

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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