Bob Rafelson

Biography

Robert "Bob" Rafelson (born February 21, 1933) is an American film director, writer and producer. He is most famous for directing and co-writing the film Five Easy Pieces, starring Jack Nicholson, as well as being one of the creators of the pop group and TV series, The Monkees (with Raybert/BBS Prod...

12 titles Directing Writing Acting

5.5

No Good Deed

2002 · Director

6.1

Poodle Springs

1998 · Director

4.6

Tales of Erotica

1996 · Director

6.0

Blood and Wine

1996 · Director

6.3

Wet

1994 · Director

4.6

Man Trouble

1992 · Director

7.3

Mountains of the Moon

1990 · Director

6.3

Black Widow

1987 · Director

6.6

The Postman Always Rings Twice

1981 · Director

5.7

Stay Hungry

1976 · Director

6.6

The King of Marvin Gardens

1972 · Director

7.5

Five Easy Pieces

1970 · Director

6.6

Head

1968 · Director

6 titles Directing Writing Acting

6.0

Blood and Wine

1996 · Story

7.3

Mountains of the Moon

1990 · Screenplay

5.7

Stay Hungry

1976 · Screenplay

6.6

The King of Marvin Gardens

1972 · Writer

7.5

Five Easy Pieces

1970 · Story

6.6

Head

1968 · Writer

2 titles Directing Writing Acting

7.5

Leaving Las Vegas

1995 · Man At Mall

5.7

Always

1985 · Sam