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Robert Vince
Other namesRobbert Vince
OccupationDirector, producer, writer, screenwriter
Years active2000-present

Robert Vince (born April 8, 1962) is a Canadian director, producer, writer and screenwriter.[1] He has been involved in movie production since the late 1980s and has been directing movies since 2000, such as MVP: Most Valuable Primate, the Air Buddies series,[2][3] and Chestnut: Hero of Central Park.[4]


Vince, who hails from Vancouver, is CEO of Key Pix Productions and best known as the filmmaker behind family film franchises "Air Bud" and "Air Buddies". Vince has come to specialize in making films with children and animals. His directing credits include all of the "Air Buddies" franchise films, Santa Pups, Santa Paws, Chestnut, Spymate, MVP: Most Valuable Primate, Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch, MVP: Most Vertical Primate and MXP: Most Xtreme Primate.[5] Before Vince launched his directing career, he ran Keystone Entertainment, where he produced, co-wrote and directed more than 33 films, primarily in partnership with Disney, Miramax and Warner Bros. Vince has two sons and splits his time between his two main offices in Malibu and Vancouver.[6]

Personal life

Vince is the brother of William Vince, who was also a producer. Robert graduated Class of 1985 from Mount Allison University.


Year Title Director Producer Writer
1991 Cafe Romeo No Yes No
1992 Black Ice No Yes No
1993 Tomcat: Dangerous Desires No Yes No
Anything for Love No Yes No
1995 Bulletproof Heart No Yes No
Malicious No Yes No
The Final Cut No Yes No
1996 Underworld No Yes No
1997 Air Bud No Yes No
1998 Hoods No Yes No
Air Bud: Golden Receiver No Yes No
1999 The Duke No Yes Yes
2000 MVP: Most Valuable Primate Yes Yes Yes
Air Bud: World Pup No Yes Yes
2001 MVP 2: Most Vertical Primate Yes Yes Yes
2002 Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch Yes Yes Yes
2003 Air Bud: Spikes Back No Yes Yes
MXP: Most Xtreme Primate Yes Yes Yes
2004 Chestnut: Hero of Central Park Yes Yes Yes
2006 Spymate Yes Yes Yes
Air Buddies Yes Yes Yes
2008 Snow Buddies Yes Yes Yes
2009 Space Buddies Yes Yes Yes
Santa Buddies Yes Yes Yes
2010 The Search for Santa Paws Yes Yes Yes
2011 Spooky Buddies Yes Yes Yes
2012 Treasure Buddies Yes Yes Yes
Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups Yes Yes Yes
2013 Super Buddies Yes Yes Yes
2015 Russell Madness Yes Yes Yes
2016 Monkey Up Yes Yes Yes
Pup Star Yes Yes Yes
2017 Pup Star: Better 2Gether Yes Yes Yes
2018 Pup Star: World Tour Yes Yes Yes
Puppy Star Christmas Yes Yes Yes
2019 Pup Academy Yes Yes Yes


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  3. ^ Willis, John (2000-04-01). Screen World 1999. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 206–. ISBN 9781557834119. Retrieved 19 June 2012.
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  6. ^ "Corporate Bio". Retrieved 8 March 2012.

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