Bobby Cohen is an American film producer whose credits include The Cider House Rules and Memoirs of a Geisha.

Life and careerEdit

Bobby Cohen was born on February 8, 1970, in New York state. Cohen's parents are both attorneys. After graduating from Cold Spring Harbor High School in 1988, Cohen attended and received a degree from New York University.

Cohen worked as an assistant at the Writers & Artists Agency. At the age of 23, Cohen joined Miramax Films where he worked his way up to Senior VP of Production. During that time, he contributed to movies like Clerks, Scream and Beautiful Girls. His first producing credit was for 54, which was mildly received. Cohen produced several other movies for Miramax before leaving in 2003.

After Miramax, Cohen started his own production company, Cohen Productions. Cohen's company produced the Gwyneth Paltrow movie, View from the Top. Following that, Cohen became president of Red Wagon Productions, where he was executive producer on such projects as Jarhead and Memoirs of a Geisha. After leaving Red Wagon, Cohen went on to produce such films as Definitely, Maybe for Working Title/Universal Pictures and Revolutionary Road for DreamWorks.


He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.


Year Film Credit Ref.
1998 54 Executive producer
Rounders Executive producer
1999 The Cider House Rules Executive producer
2000 Down to You Executive producer
Bounce Co-producer
2003 View from the Top
2005 Happy Endings Co-producer
Bewitched Executive producer
Jarhead Executive producer
Memoirs of a Geisha Executive producer
2006 RV Executive producer
2008 Definitely, Maybe Executive producer
Revolutionary Road
2011 Cowboys & Aliens Executive producer
2012 People Like Us
2013 Now You See Me
2016 Now You See Me 2
2019 Don't Let Go [1]
TBA Now You See Me 3 Executive producer
The Chancellor Manuscript Executive producer
Tokyo Suckerpunch Executive producer


Production manager
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Since You've Been Gone Executive in charge of production Television film


  1. ^ Miska, Brad (April 18, 2017). "'Mean Creek' Director Time Travels in 'Only You'". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved July 27, 2017.

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