|Also known as||Robert Hardy|
Rob Hardy was the director in charge of the Heroes webisode, The Recruit.
Rob Hardy has worked behind the camera as a producer, writer and director. Rob has been executive producer for films including Trois 3: The Escort (2004), The Gospel Live Concert (2005), Puff, Puff, Pass (2006), and Stomp the Yard (2007). He has also been producer for other films including Motives (2004), Motives 2 (2007), and Three Can Play That Game (2007). Rob has also both written and directed films including Chocolate City (1994), Trois (2000), Trois 2: Pandora's Box (2002), and The Gospel (2005). In addition, he has written the story for the film Trois 3: The Escort (2004) and directed an episode of the television series ER called Believe the Unseen (2008).
Rob has also done work as an actor in a few films such as playing a Master of Ceremonies in Trois (2002), "Timothy" in Trois 3: The Escort (2004), and a church announcer in The Gospel (2005). He also appeared as himself in The Making of 'Motives' (2004) and Motives 2: Behind the Scenes (2007).
- In 2001, Rob Hardy won the Golden Orange Award from the Florida Film Critics Circle Awards for his work on the film Trois. Rob co-wrote, directed and acted in that film.
- In 2006, Rob's work writing the film The Gospel (2005) got him nominated for both a Black Reel Award for Best Screenplay and a Black Movie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Screenwriting.
- Rob Hardy co-founded the Rainforest Films production company with William Packer in 1994.
- For other uses of Robert, see Robert (disambig).