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Adam Robitel posters


May 26, 1978

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5' 11" (1.8 m)


Emmy-nominated producer, writer and director, Robitel graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts, a double major in film production and acting.Robitel is currently in Cape Town South Africa, prepping a thriller for producer Neal Moritz's Original Films and Sony Pictures studios.Robitel recently made headlines after being tapped to direct Blumhouse's creep-fest franchise Insidious: The Last Key (2018) (2017). Chapter 4 will be distributed domestically by Universal and internationally by Sony, slated for theaters on January 5, 2018.Robitel made a big splash in the genre world as a horror auteur having co-written, directed and produced The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014) (2014) a found-footage horror thriller for Bryan Singer's Bad Hat Harry Productions. The Taking of Deborah Logan was named a "Netflix Horror Gem" by The Wrap and won an iHorror Award for best direct release of 2014. Paramount Studios then hired Robitel to do some rewrites on Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (2015) (2015). read more

On the writing side, Robitel's original supernatural thriller idea Liminal sparked a bidding war and sold to Fox2000 with Nina Jacobson producing. Robitel will serve as executive producer with Chris Landon writing the screenplay and directing. The scribe has also written a gritty reinvention of the slasher genre with Cropsey based on the infamous maniac who has haunted the imaginations of campers for over a hundred years for Peter Facinelli A7SLE Seven films.He is also developing a psychological thriller with producer Andrew Lazar's Mad Chance productions.On the acting side, his motion picture debut was in Fox's smash success X-Men (2000) where he was thrown like a rag-doll by an eight-foot mutant. Since then Adam has worked on music videos the likes of Britney Spears and 'Smashmouth', appeared in "Spin City" and "Angel" and starred in a national commercial for Paul Mitchell. Adam then landed a leading role in Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs (2005), a comedy-horror remake of the 1964 drive-in classic, starring alongside Robert Englund and Lin Shaye. Robitel would go on to appear in "Field of Screams", "Chillerama", and Paul Ward's Stephen King adaptation of "One For The Road", alongside Reggie Bannister.

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