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Rob Rowe

Also Known As

  • Robert B. Rowe

Game Credits


Disney Getaway Blast (2020)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney Sorcerer's Arena (2020)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney Frozen Adventures (2019)   (Disney Franchise Management)
Disney Princess Majestic Quest (2019)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Kingdom Hearts III (2019)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Toy Story Drop! (2019)   (Director, Franchise Management)
LEGO The Incredibles (2018)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Beauty and the Beast: Perfect Match (2017)   (Director, Franchise Management)
The Disney Afternoon Collection (2017)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney•Pixar Cars 3: Driven to Win (2017)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney Art Academy (2016)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney Crossy Road (2016)   (Director, Franchise Management)
Disney•Pixar Cars: Fast as Lightning (2014)   (Director, Franchise Manager)
Disney•Pixar Brave (2012)   (Director, Studio Relations)
Disney•Pixar Cars 2 (2012)   (Director, Studio Relations - Interactive)
Disney•Pixar Cars 2 (2011)   (Director, Studio Relations - Interactive)
Disney•Pixar Cars Toon: Mater's Tall T... (2010)   (Director, Studio Relations)


Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3 (2010)   (Senior Producer - Interactive)
Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3 (2010)   (Senior Producer Interactive)
Disney•Pixar Cars: Race-O-Rama (2009)   (Sr. Producer - Interactive)
Disney•Pixar Cars: Race-O-Rama (2009)   (Sr. Producer - Interactive)
Toy Story Mania! (2009)   (Sr. Producer)
Up (2009)   (Senior Producer, Interactive)
Area 51: Site 4 (1998)   (Producer)
Vapor TRX (1998)   (Producer)
Maximum Force (1997)   (Producer)
Area 51 (1996)   (Producer)


Guardians of the 'Hood (1992)   (Digital Imaging)
Road Riot 4WD (1991)   (Video Imaging)
Hydra (1990)   (Video Imaging)
Pit-Fighter (1990)   (Digital Imaging)


Steel Talons (1991)   (Data Acquisition)
Cyberball (1988)   (Technician)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1985)   (Technician)


Race Drivin' (1990)   (Technical Support, Administrative Support, Management, Manufacturing, Etc.)
720º (1986)   (Technical Assistance)


Disney Magic Kingdoms (2016)   (Special Thanks)
Disney Magic Kingdoms (2016)   (Special Thanks)
Disney Dream Treats (2015)   (Special Thanks)
Disney•Pixar Brave (2012)   (Special Thanks)
Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure (2012)   (Special Thanks)
Kinect: Disneyland Adventures (2011)   (Special Thanks)
Disney Epic Mickey (2010)   (Disney Epic Mickey Steering Committee)
Disney Tangled (2010)   (Special Thanks)
Disney The Princess and the Frog (2009)   (Special Thanks)
The Princess and the Frog (2009)   (Special Thanks)
Bolt (2008)   (Special Thanks)
Bolt (2008)   (Special Thanks)
R.B.I. Baseball '94 (1994)   (Special Thanks)


Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition - Starter Pack (2015)   (Pixar Animation Studios)
Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 (2015)   (Pixar Animation Studios)
Disney Infinity: Edition 2.0 - Marvel Super Heroes (2014)   (Pixar Animation Studios)
Disney Infinity (2013)   (Pixar Animation Studios)
Primal Rage (1994)   (-)
Blasteroids (1987)   (Damage Control)
Road Runner (1986)   (Location Tech)
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1985)   (Location Supv.)

Developer Biography

Rob Rowe joined the Walt Disney Studios in March 2007 as a Senior Producer of Interactive. In October of 2009, Rowe transitioned to Pixar Animation Studios to support all interactive products for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios feature films. Rowe’s key role is to interface between development teams creating interactive products and the filmmakers and their creative staff.

Rowe is currently working on several projects including Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out and un announced titles. Some past titles include: Monster University, Brave, Cars 2, Toy Story 3 and a number of other titles.

Prior to joining the Disney•Pixar team, Rowe was a Senior Producer with Atari Games for over 21 years. In the 1980’s, Rowe spearheaded the use of video technology combined with advanced 3-D cinematography to produce a next generation video experience. During his career, he substantially contributed to the development of over 27 properties and solely produced ten. Rowe also managed the Motion Capture and Video Production for Atari while producing product and has a passion for editing.

Born in Oregon, Rowe has worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for most of his career and attended the University of San Francisco, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Information System Management.

Rowe returned to the Bay Area after living and working in Burbank for a short period, and currently lives in Walnut Creek, California.

Last updated: Jan 12, 2014