ROB EDWARDS is an Emmy nominated writer who has been captivating audiences with his fresh and unique writing talents for nearly three decades. His work in animated feature writing includes Disney's Oscar nominated: The Princess and the Frog and Treasure Planet. On both these films he worked alongside the celebrated writer/director duo Ron Clements and John Musker.
Rob's career also spans into television comedy where he has written for many notable hits such as "Full House", "In Living Color", "Roc", "Studio 60" and the groundbreaking Will Smith sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air". He is also credited with creating the NBC sitcom "Out All Night" which starred Patti LaBelle, Morris Chestnut and Vivica A Fox.
Currently, Rob is collaborating on projects with Will Smith, Robert Zemeckis, Dan Fogelman, Bob Cooper and Django Unchained Oscar nominated Producer Reggie Hudlin. Early on, Rob honed his craft while attending the Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and Syracuse University where he vigorously studied and excelled in creative writing and film directing.
After years of lecturing and live screenwriting workshops, Rob realized his love of teaching and his passion to eradicate bad screenwriting forever extended into cyberspace. And in 2012, he and his small team began laboring intensively to build his website: robedwards.net. This site will provide online year-round mini workshops and allow aspiring screenwriters to safely share their work and receive constructive feedback from one another. Rob is committed to this quest and plans to use this site to transform the world of screenwriting - forever.