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Robert Mark Kamen

Robert Mark Kamen is a writer and producer, known for The Fifth Element (1997), The Karate Kid Part III (1989) and Taken (2008). See full bio »

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The Fifth Element
(1997)
Taken
Taken Writer
(2008)
Transporter 3
Transporter 3 Writer
(2008)

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 2017 Taken (TV Series) (based on the characters created by - 10 episodes)
- I Surrender (2017) ... (based on the characters created by)
- Gone (2017) ... (based on the characters created by)
- Leah (2017) ... (based on the characters created by)
- Solo (2017) ... (based on the characters created by)
- Hail Mary (2017) ... (based on the characters created by)
 2016 Enter The Warriors Gate (written by)
 2015 The Transporter Refueled (characters)
 2014 Taken 3 (based on characters created by) / (written by)
 2012-2014 Transporter: The Series (TV Series) (based on characters created by - 9 episodes)
- End Game (2014) ... (based on characters created by)
- City of Love (2012) ... (based on characters created by)
- 12 Hours (2012) ... (based on characters created by)
- Trojan Horsepower (2012) ... (based on characters created by)
- Sharks (2012) ... (based on characters created by)
 2012 Taken 2 (based on characters created by) / (written by)
 2011 Colombiana (screenplay)
 2010 The Karate Kid (story)
 2008 Transporter 3 (characters) / (written by)
 2008/I Taken (written by)
 2006 Bandidas (written by)
 2005 Transporter 2 (characters) / (written by)
  Black Sash (TV Series) (creator - 6 episodes, 2003) (writer - 1 episode, 2003) (story - 1 episode, 2003) (written by - 1 episode, 2003)
- The Bounty Hunter (2003) ... (writer)
- Snap Shots (2003) ... (creator)
- Prime Suspect (2003) ... (creator)
- The Prodigal Son (2003) ... (creator)
- Date Night (2003) ... (creator) / (story)
 2002 The Transporter (written by)
 2001 Kiss of the Dragon (screenplay)
 1997 The Fifth Element (screenplay by)
 1995 A Walk in the Clouds (screenplay)
 1994 The Next Karate Kid (characters)
 1992 Lethal Weapon 3 (screenplay by)
 1992 The Power of One (screenplay)
 1992 Gladiator (screenplay - as Robert Kamen) / (story - as Robert Kamen)
 1989 The Karate Kid (TV Series) (characters - 13 episodes)
- A Little World of His Own (1989) ... (characters)
- The Gray Ghosts (1989) ... (characters)
- The Hunt (1989) ... (characters)
- East Meets West (1989) ... (characters)
- Walkabout (1989) ... (characters)
 1989 The Karate Kid Part III (characters) / (written by)
 1986 The Karate Kid Part II (characters created by) / (written by)
 1984 The Karate Kid (written by)
 1982 Split Image (screenplay)
 1981/I Taps (screenplay)
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Helped write the screenplay for The Devil's Own (1997) starring Brad Pitt, but due to numerous disagreements and rewrites, he did not receive a screenwriting credit. Pitt stood by Kamen's original screenplay in a Newsweek article. See more »

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