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Rob Reiner
Birthday: March 6, 1947

Birth Place: The Bronx, New York, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Rob Reiner. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Multi-talented Rob Reiner has had one of Hollywood's more remarkable careers, having gone from celebrity's son to comedy writer to TV actor to one of film's most successful producers and directors. The son of comedy giant Carl Reiner, Rob was born in the Bronx in 1945. He was 12 when he moved with his family to Los Angeles, and it was there that he began acting in regional theater. After studying drama at U.C.L.A., he co-founded the improvisational comedy troupe The Session and then became a writer for such shows as The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.Reiner made his feature debut as an actor in his father's autobiographical film Enter Laughing (1967), but his first real break came in 1971 when he won the part of Michael Stivic, the staunchly liberal foil to Carroll O'Connor's hilariously backwards Archie Bunker in the groundbreaking sitcom All in the Family. He remained with the series until 1978, earning two Emmys by the time he left. In addition to that show, Reiner appeared in TV movies and launched his own series starring himself and then-wife Penny Marshall. A semi-autobiographical comedy, More Than Friends lasted only one season, and its demise was followed shortly by the couple's marriage.Reiner became a director in 1984 with the cult favorite This Is Spinal Tap, a satirical mockumentary of the rise and fall of a fictional rock group. His sophomore effort, The Sure Thing (1985), was entertaining, but didn't leave much of a mark on the popular consciousness. The following year, the director hit his stride with his third effort, Stand by Me. In this coming-of-age saga based on a Stephen King short story, Reiner successfully blended comedy, drama, and sentiment while creating believable young characters. As a director of mainstream films, Reiner went on to prove himself in a variety of genres. The Princess Bride (1987) was a sharply funny, but sweet, romantic fantasy, while When Harry Met Sally (1989), written by Nora Ephron, stands as one of the most successful romantic comedies of the '80s. Reiner began the 1990s by successfully trying his hand at darker fare with Misery, a claustrophobic horror-drama based on a King novel and featuring exceptional performances from James Caan and Kathy Bates, who won an Academy Award for Best Actress. 1992's A Few Good Men was similarly successful, earning a Best Picture Oscar nomination and another Golden Globe nomination for Reiner. He went on to handle subjects as diverse as romantic comedy (with 1995's The American President) and the civil rights movement (the following year's Ghosts of Mississippi). In 1999, he produced, directed, and starred in The Story of Us, a romantic comedy starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Bruce Willis. In 1987, Reiner co-founded Castle Rock Productions (the company's name refers to a fictional town created by Stephen King). In addition to directing and producing, Reiner has also continued to act, showing up in such films as Postcards From the Edge (1990), Sleepless in Seattle (1993), Bullets Over Broadway (1994), The First Wives Club (1996), Primary Colors (1998), EDtv (1999), The Muse (1999), and The Story of Us (1999). Reiner scaled back his film efforts in the early 2000s while becoming involved in California politics. He did appear in the David Spade comedy Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star and, in 2003, directed Kate Hudson and Luke Wilson in the romantic comedy Alex and Emma.

Movie Credits
Everyone's Hero (2006)
[ William H Macy ][ William H. Macy ][ Mandy Patinkin ][ Robert Wagner ][ Richard Kind ]
Alex & Emma (2003)
[ Luke Wilson ][ David Paymer ]
The Majestic (2001)
[ Matt Damon ][ Jim Carrey ][ Bruce Campbell ][ Martin Landau ][ David Ogden Stiers ]
Catching Up with Marty DiBergi (2000)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Harry Shearer ][ Michael McKean ]
The Story of Us (1999)
[ Bruce Willis ][ Tim Matheson ][ Paul Reiser ][ Red Buttons ][ Eric Clapton ]
Edtv (1999)
[ Matthew McConaughey ][ Dennis Hopper ][ Woody Harrelson ][ Adam Goldberg ][ Harry Shearer ]
Spinal Tap: The Final Tour (1998)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Michael McKean ]
Primary Colors (1998)
[ John Travolta ][ Billy Bob Thornton ][ James Earl Jones ][ Tony Shalhoub ][ Mykelti Williamson ]
Mad Dog Time (1996)
[ Burt Reynolds ][ Jeff Goldblum ][ Gabriel Byrne ][ Richard Dreyfuss ][ Kyle MacLachlan ]
The First Wives Club (1996)
[ Timothy Olyphant ][ Divine ][ Victor Garber ][ J.K. Simmons ][ Bronson Pinchot ]
For Better or Worse (1996)
[ Haley Joel Osment ][ James Woods ][ Rip Torn ][ Jason Alexander ][ Jay Mohr ]
Bye Bye Love (1995)
[ Jack Black ][ Danny Masterson ][ Randy Quaid ][ Stephen Root ][ Matthew Modine ]
Mixed Nuts (1994)
[ Adam Sandler ][ Haley Joel Osment ][ Steve Martin ][ Liev Schreiber ][ Anthony Lapaglia ]
Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
[ John Cusack ][ Woody Allen ][ Jim Broadbent ][ Chazz Palminteri ][ Jack Warden ]
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
[ Tom Hanks ][ Bill Pullman ][ David Hyde Pierce ][ Victor Garber ][ Nora Ephron ]
Misery (1990)
[ Stephen King ][ James Caan ][ J.T. Walsh ][ Richard Farnsworth ][ David R. Ellis ]
The Spirit of '76 (1990)
[ Tommy Chong ][ Carl Reiner ][ Leif Garrett ][ David Cassidy ]
Postcards from the Edge (1990)
[ Dennis Quaid ][ Gene Hackman ][ Richard Dreyfuss ][ Oliver Platt ][ Ted Raimi ]
Throw Momma from the Train (1987)
[ Danny DeVito ][ Billy Crystal ][ Bruce Kirby ]
Billy Crystal: Don't Get Me Started (1986)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Eugene Levy ]
This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Billy Crystal ][ Harry Shearer ][ Michael McKean ][ Dana Carvey ]
Million Dollar Infield (1982)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Harry Shearer ][ Bruno Kirby ][ Keith Coogan ]
The Jerk (1979)
[ Steve Martin ][ M. Emmet Walsh ][ Carl Reiner ][ Bill Macy ]
Thanksgiving Reunion: Part 2 (1979)
[ Carroll O'Connor ][ Martin Balsam ]
The T.V. Show (1979)
[ Christopher Guest ][ Billy Crystal ][ Harry Shearer ][ Michael McKean ][ Martin Mull ]
California, Here We Are: Part 2 (1978)
Stalemates (1978)
Super Bowl Sunday (1978)
More Than Friends (1978)
[ Joe Pantoliano ][ Michael McKean ][ Dabney Coleman ][ Howard Hesseman ]
Archie's Road Back (1977)
Fire Sale (1977)
[ Alan Arkin ][ Sid Caesar ][ Alex Rocco ]
The Enforcer (1976)
[ Clint Eastwood ][ Tyne Daly ][ Johnny Crawford ]
How Come Nobody's on Our Side? (1975)
Thursday's Game (1974)
[ Gene Wilder ][ Chris Sarandon ][ Bob Newhart ][ Norman Fell ]
Summertree (1971)
[ Michael Douglas ][ Jack Warden ]
Where's Poppa? (1970)
[ Paul Sorvino ][ George Segal ]
Halls of Anger (1970)
[ Jeff Bridges ]
Back to the Hills (1969)
Lost, the Colonel's Daughter (1967)
Gomer the Recruiter (1967)
Enter Laughing (1967)
[ Don Rickles ][ Michael J. Pollard ]
The Big Mouth (1967)
[ Jerry Lewis ][ George Takei ]
Oh, How We Danced (1967)
From Out of the Past Comes the Thundering Hoofbeats (1966)


  • Reiner and best friend Billy Crystal were born just eight days apart in New York in March 1947. They met when Crystal played Rob's friend in an episode of "All in the Family" (1971).
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; it is next to his father's star. [October 1999]
  • Son of Carl Reiner.
  • Step-father of Tracy Reiner.
  • Son of Estelle Reiner.
  • In 1998, Reiner spearheaded a ballot initiative in California to add a tax on cigarettes to pay for early childhood development programs. It passed by a narrow margin.
  • He has 3 children with wife Michele Singer.
  • Brother of Lucas Reiner.
  • Co-wrote the 1st episode of "Happy Days" (1974).
  • Supported Al Gore during the 2000 presidential election.
  • In his first project following "All in the Family" (1971), Rob Reiner produced, co-wrote and co-starred with then wife Penny Marshall in the TV movie More Than Friends (1978) (TV), a romantic comedy based on the couple's own courtship.
  • Directed three of the movies ranked in American Film Institute's list of top 100 U.S. love stories in 2002: When Harry Met Sally... (1989) ranked #25, The American President (1995) - #75 and The Princess Bride (1987)- #88.
  • Named his production company "Castle Rock" after a fictional town created by Stephen King (the two have worked as a team on several movies together).
  • While filming the scene in Stand by Me (1986) in which Gordie and Vern are being chased by a train, he couldn't get Wil Wheaton and Jerry O'Connell to look frightened enough, so after a take, he proceeded to yell at them until they began to cry. He then filmed the scene over again.
  • He graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1964. Other famous alumni include Angelina Jolie, Michael Klesic, Nicolas Cage, Lenny Kravitz, David Schwimmer, Jonathan Silverman, Gina Gershon, Rhonda Fleming, Jackie Cooper, Antonio Sabato Jr., Pauly Shore, Michael Tolkin, Betty White, Corbin Bernsen, E.G. Daily, Albert Brooks and Crispin Glover.
  • Replaced Ted Griffin as the director of _Rumor Has It... (2005) twelve days into principal photography.
  • Is a big fan of the Beach Boys.

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