Hollywood director Bobby Roth, whose most recent television directing credits include Hawaii Five-O, Scorpion, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Revenge, The mentalist, Lost, Prison Brake and Grey’s Anatomy, has directed more than eighty episodes of television, thirteen feature films, and twenty-five television movies. He was a founding member of the Independent Feature Project and the first Co-Chairman of the DGA’s Independent Feature Committee. His films have been exhibited at over 100 international film festivals, including Sundance, where he has also served as a jury member, and Berlin, where his film Heartbreakers was nominated for a Golden Bear. He holds a BA in Cinema from USC and an MFA in Motion Picture Production from UCLA, and he has been teaching film seminars worldwide for more than ten years.
Bobby has also taught at USC, Art Center College of Design, and AFI.