After graduating from Northwestern University with a TV-Film degree, he entered the executive training program for Walt Disney Pictures. Robinson was responsible for finding new material, developing new talent, and doing research for the head of the division. He worked on MIGHTY DUCKS 3 as well as TOM AND HUCK.
He then moved to Miramax Films, where he was an executive responsible for shaping RHYME AND REASON, IN TOO DEEP, SHE'S ALL THAT, 54, and Best Picture nominee CIDER HOUSE RULES. Robinson left Miramax to go work with actor Patrick Stewart (X-MEN, STAR TREK: NEXT GENERATION), who was starting a production deal at Paramount. He was the primary liaison to the studio and was responsible for running day-to-day operations. During that time, he also oversaw the development of TNT's BOSS LEAR and Showtime's LION IN WINTER.
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