Projects

Little Bob

Comedy • Feature • 92 pages

The Triple Engagement

Comedy • Feature • 94 pages

Walt

Comedy • Feature • 114 pages

The Mayor of Reagan County

Comedy • Feature • 105 pages

Dick Cheney Loves You

Comedy • Feature • 99 pages

This House Represents My Inner Darkness and My Inner Darkness is This House

Comedy • Feature • 95 pages

Personal Info

Bio

Robert Troccolo is a screenwriter based in Los Angeles. His feature comedy THE TRIPLE ENGAGEMENT was the 2017 ScreenCraft Comedy Grand Prize Winner. A ScreenCraft interview that describes this award as well as Rob’s other projects can be found here: https://screencraft.org/2017/09/21/7-questions-screencraft-comedy-contest-winner-robert-troccolo/. THE TRIPLE ENGAGEMENT was also a 2019 Creative World Awards Semi-Finalist, a 2018 Scriptapalooza Quarter-Finalist, a 2018 Creative World Awards Quarter-Finalist, a 2017 Austin Screenplay Competition Second-Rounder, and a 2017 PAGE Awards Quarter-Finalist. Rob’s script LITTLE BOB was a 2019 Tracking Board Launch Pad Top 50 Finalist, a 2020 WeScreenplay Semi-Finalist, a 2018 Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest Semi-Finalist, a 2018 Creative World Awards Quarter-Finalist, a 2020 Script Summit Official Selection, and a 2018 Beverly Hills Film Festival Official Selection. Rob’s script WALT was a 2019 Scriptapalooza Finalist and 1 of 10 Runners-Up, a 2019 ScreenCraft Fellowship Semi-Finalist, a 2020 Script Summit Official Selection, and a 2020 BlueCat Screenplay Competition Quarter-Finalist. Rob’s script THE MAYOR OF REAGAN COUNTY was a 2018 Stowe Story Labs Final Draft Fellowship Finalist, a 2017 Scriptapalooza Fellowship Top 12 Finalist, a 2017 Austin Screenplay Competition Second-Rounder, and a 2016 Scriptapalooza Quarter-Finalist. Rob’s script DICK CHENEY LOVES YOU was a 2019 Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest Semi-Finalist and a 2017 Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Contest Quarter-Finalist. Rob was selected for the Tracking Board’s Launch Pad 2020 Mentorship Program. Rob attended Choate Rosemary Hall and Syracuse University. Rob currently works at Netflix.

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