Award-Winning Producer Speaks at The Art Institute of Atlanta "A Conversation"
March 8, 2016
The Art Institute of Atlanta recently hosted a conversation with film and television producer Roger Bobb. Bobb is also owner of Bobcat Films.
Bobb shared insight about Atlanta's film and television industry and how he built his career. Following his presentation, Bobb answered questions from students and discussed his internship program. Over 100 students from various programs and departments were in attendance.
Roger Bobb is known for the films “For Colored Girls”, "Why Did I Get Married I & II", “Madea’s Big Happy Family” and seven other Tyler Perry films. He is also the executive producer of the new BET series “It’s A Mann’s World” and the new TV One series "Rickey Smiley For Real.” He also produced the hit sitcoms “Mann & Wife “(Bounce TV), “The Rickey Smiley Show” (TVOne), “House of Payne” (TBS), and “Meet The Browns” (TBS). Bobb has produced over 600 television sitcom episodes in his career and has won six NAACP Awards.
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