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Birthday: October 16, 1958
Place: West Covina, California, USA
Height: 6' 4"
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| Tim Robbins ranks among contemporary cinema's most acclaimed and provocative voices; a multifaceted talent, he has proved so adept at wearing the various hats of actor, writer, and director that no less a figure than the legendary filmmaker Robert Altman declared him the second coming of Orson Welles. Born October 16, 1958, in West Covina, CA, he was the son of folk singer Gil Robbins; raised in Greenwich Village, he made his performing debut alongside his father on a duet of the protest song "Ink Is Black, Page Is White." At the age of 12, Robbins joined the Theater for the New City, remaining a member for the next seven years; he also joined his high school drama club, an experience which afforded him his first opportunities to direct for the stage. After briefly attending the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, he relocated to Los Angeles to study at U.C.L.A.; there he also joined the Male Death Cult, an intramural softball team comprised of his fellow drama students. After graduating, the teammates reunited to form the Actor's Gang, an avant-garde theater troupe noted for productions of works by the likes of Bertolt Brecht and Alfred Jarry. After guest starring on television series including Hill Street Blues and St. Elsewhere, in 1984 Robbins made his film debut with a bit part in the feature Toy Soldiers. His first starring role came in 1985's teen sex romp Fraternity Vacation. Small roles in hits including Top Gun and The Sure Thing followed before a breakout performance as a doltish fastballer in Ron Shelton's hit 1988 baseball comedy Bull Durham. An onscreen romance with co-star Susan Sarandon soon expanded into their offscreen lives as well, and the twosome became one of Hollywood's most prominent couples. A series of starring roles in films including 1989's misbegotten Erik the Viking and 1990s Jacob's Ladder followed, before Altman's 1992 showbiz satire The Player won Robbins Best Actor honors at the Cannes Film Festival. That same year, he wrote, directed, starred, and performed the music in Bob Roberts, a mock-documentary brutally parodying right-wing politics.Upon appearing in Altman's 1993 ensemble piece Short Cuts, Robbins enjoyed starring roles in four major 1994 releases: The Hudsucker Proxy, I.Q., Ready to Wear (Pr
- His partner is Susan Sarandon (1988-present), with whom he has two children.
- Has played in the "Hero's of Hockey" game at the National Hockey League's All-Star Game.
- Ranked #60 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
- His father, Gil Robbins, was a member of the folk music group The Highwaymen.
- Graduated Stuyvesant H.S. in New York City.
- By age 12, Robbins was already a member of the Theatre for the New City, an avant-garde acting troupe.
- As co-presenters of the Academy Awards in 1993, Tim and his partner, Susan Sarandon, seized a chance to bring public attention to the plight of a few hundred Haitians with Aids who had been interned in Guantanamo Bay.
- Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#94). 
- Was kicked off his high school hockey team for fighting.
- A long-time Green Party member (along with partner Susan Sarandon), he was repeatedly criticized by other Hollywood stars for voting for Ralph Nader during the controversial 2000 election. He wrote a small essay about why he made the choice in the August edition of "The Nation", a monthly progressive magazine. [August 2001]
- After the September 11th attacks, Robbins was planning to fly out to New York City to be with Susan Sarandon and their children. Upon finding out that all flights were grounded, Robbins and a friend drove from Los Angeles to New York City in a 56 hour trip that began on the morning of September 12, 2001.
- LA Weekly cover story (August 2001) detailed his struggle taking creative control of The Actors' Gang, the theater company he founded in 1981. Many long-time members of the group left the company during the controversy.
- Considers himself the worlds biggest New York Rangers fan. He claims to own every highlight video released of their 1994 Stanley Cup Championship season.
- Attended anti-war rally in London on 15th February 2003.
- Called for Hollywood boycott of Elizabeth Hurley and Proctor & Gamble products in 2000 after she crossed a picket line to make a commercial for a P&G product. Said Robbins at a pro-union rally in New York, "We're bringing her (Hurley) to trial after this is over. She won't get away with it!"
- Brother of David Robbins and Adele Robbins.
- Son of actress Mary Robbins.
- Father of Miles Guthrie Robbins & Jack Henry Robbins.
- Grew up in Greenwich Village.
- Was considered for the role of Dr. Doom in Fantastic Four (2005).
- Was considered for the role of Eddie Darko in Donnie Darko (2001).
- At 6' 5", he is the tallest actor ever to have won an Oscar. The tallest actor ever nominated was James Cromwell at 6' 7".
- During an interview with Charlie Rose regarding the 10th year anniversary of The Shawshank Redemption (1994), Robbins said he regarded that film and Bull Durham (1988), Dead Man Walking (1995), and Mystic River (2003) as the highlights of his career so far.
- He is an extremely huge New York METS fan.
- Graduated with honors from UCLA with a degree in drama (1981)
- Is good friends with John Cusack, in addition to being his co-star in 6 films: Bob Roberts (1992), Cradle Will Rock (1999), High Fidelity (2000), The Player (1992), The Sure Thing (1985) and Tapeheads (1988)
- Apparently "discovered" Jack Black, having given him his first film role in 'Bob Roberts' (1993) . The two remain good friends today and he has appeared in 3 films with him.
- Was considered for the role of Charles Van Doren in Quiz Show (1994), when Steven Soderbergh was offered the opportunity to direct it.
- Revealed on "The Colbert Report" that of all the movies he's made, Bull Durham (1988) is his favorite.
- Was in attendance at Chris Penn's funeral
- At 6' 4 1/2", he is the tallest actor ever to have won an Oscar, along with 'John Wayne' . The tallest actor ever nominated was James Cromwell at 6' 7".
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