Lance H. Robbins
Lance H. Robbins is president of Robbins Entertainment Group, a full-service production, financing and distribution company which has more than 20 projects in various stages of production and development. He is also partner in New York-based Rave Entertainment, which produces features, reality series and television movies. As president of Fox Family Television Studios Worldwide from 1998-2002, he was responsible for the development and production of motion pictures, television movies and series for Fox Family Channel, as well as the continuing development of international co-productions for Fox Family Television Studios. Prior to the purchase of Fox Family, he served as president of Saban Entertainment and was the primary force behind the creation and acquisition of the Saban International and Saban Entertainment libraries. During the course of his career, Robbins has executive-produced more than 280 movies for network television, cable and video. Robbins' credits for Fox Family Channel include the critically acclaimed four-hour miniseries Les Miserables, starring John Malkovich and Gerard Depardieu; The Elian Gonzalez Story; and three of the highest-rated telefilms in the history of Fox Family Channel: Au Pair, Au Pair II and The Michael Jordan Story. His additional credits include the highly rated telefilm Honor Thy Father and Mother: The True Story of the Menendez Murders; To Catch a Killer, which earned Brian Dennehy an Emmy® for Best Actor; Ice Angel; Cowboy and The Movie Star; Blindfold; Hard Evidence; Earthquake in New York; Voyage of Terror; Free Fall; The Spiral Staircase; Exception to the Rule; Christmas List; Susie Q; and National Lampoon's Golf Punks.
Robbins has also been a leader in live-action single-camera series, specializing in kid, teen and young adult programming. He has been the executive producer/creator on more than 17 series, which include some of the biggest hits on cable, syndication and network, including Sweet Valley High, The New Addams Family, Breaker High, Big Wolf on Campus, Beetleborgs, Ninja Turtles, Misguided Angels, Los Luchadores and, for prime time, the one-hour critically acclaimed drama Higher Ground.