Fred Roos

Casting Director | Producer | Casting Department
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The Godfather (1972) | That Girl (1966-1970) | American Graffiti (1973)
Won 1 Oscar. Another 4 wins & 2 nominations More »
May 22, 1934 (age 83)

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  • Primary photo for Distant VisionDistant Vision (TV Movie) Special Thanks  Less 2016
  • Primary photo for The OutsidersThe Outsiders (TV Series) Executive Producer ( 13 episodes, 1990 )  Less 1990 13
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  • Primary photo for The Godfather Family: A Look InsideThe Godfather Family: A Look Inside (TV Movie) Himself - Producer, Special Thanks  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for MontanaMontana (TV Movie) Producer  Less 1990
  • Primary photo for American PlayhouseAmerican Playhouse (TV Series) The Producers Wish To Thank ( 1 episode, 1987 )  Less 1987 1
  • Primary photo for The Godfather: A Novel for TelevisionThe Godfather: A Novel for Television (TV Mini-series) Co-Producer (The Godfather Part II) ( 4 episodes, 1977 )  Less 1977 4
    • Episode #1.4 (Nov 15, 1977) Co-Producer (The Godfather Part II)  Less
    • Episode #1.3 (Nov 14, 1977) Co-Producer (The Godfather Part II)  Less
    • Episode #1.2 (Nov 13, 1977) Co-Producer (The Godfather Part II)  Less
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  • Primary photo for The PeopleThe People (TV Movie) Casting Director  Less 1972
  • Primary photo for Mayberry R.F.D.Mayberry R.F.D. (TV Series) Casting Director ( 52 episodes, 1968–1970 )  Less 1968–1970 52
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  • Primary photo for That GirlThat Girl (TV Series) Casting Director ( 112 episodes, 1966–1970 )  Less 1966–1970 112
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  • Primary photo for My World and Welcome to ItMy World and Welcome to It (TV Series) Casting Director ( 23 episodes, 1969–1970 )  Less 1969–1970 23
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  • Primary photo for My Friend TonyMy Friend Tony (TV Series) Casting Director ( 1 episode, 1969 )  Less 1969 1
  • Primary photo for The Andy Griffith ShowThe Andy Griffith Show (TV Series) Casting Director ( 60 episodes, 1966–1968 )  Less 1966–1968 60
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  • Primary photo for Good Morning, WorldGood Morning, World (TV Series) Casting Director ( 26 episodes, 1967–1968 )  Less 1967–1968 26
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  • Primary photo for The Guns of Will SonnettThe Guns of Will Sonnett (TV Series) Casting Director ( 3 episodes, 1967 )  Less 1967 3
  • Primary photo for RangoRango (TV Series) Casting Director ( 17 episodes, 1967 )  Less 1967 17
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  • Primary photo for I SpyI Spy (TV Series) Casting Director ( 16 episodes, 1966–1967 )  Less 1966–1967 16
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  • Primary photo for Gomer Pyle: USMCGomer Pyle: USMC (TV Series) Casting Director ( 11 episodes, 1966 )  Less 1966 11
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    Fred Roos – Producer

    Fred Roos has worked with some of Hollywood’s most gifted filmmakers and actors over the last four decades producing some of the most unique films of our time.
    Roos’ long-term collaboration with Francis Ford Coppola includes producing the Academy Award-winning Best Picture The Godfather, Part II and the Academy Award-nominated Best Pictures Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, Part III, and The Conversation (winner of the Palm D’Or at Cannes). Other films Roos has produced with Coppola include: One From the Heart, The Outsiders, Rumble Fish, The Cotton Club, Gardens of Stone, New York Stories, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Youth Without Youth (as Executive Producer), and the recent release Tetro.
    Among Roos’ other producing credits are: Wim Wenders’ Hammett, Jack Nicholson’s Drive, He Said, Barbet Schroeder’s Barfly, Peter Chelsom’s Town and Country, Agnieszka Holland’s The Secret Garden, and the documentary Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse (winner of Cable Ace Award, Best Documentary). He also produced The Black Stallion (Carroll Ballard) and the Walt Disney release in Imax, The Young Black Stallion (Simon Wincer). Roos co-produced Sofia Coppola’s debut film The Virgin Suicides and served as Executive Producer on Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation, Marie-Antoinette and the upcoming Somewhere.
    Before he began producing films, Roos had a legendary career as a casting director on such films as: The Godfather, American Graffiti, Five Easy Pieces, The King of Marvin Gardens, Fat City, Petulia, and Zabriskie Point. He served as casting consultant on Star Wars.

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