|Birth place||Cornwall, New York|
|Birth date||March 12, 1949|
|Notable Work(s)||Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, XxX|
|Character(s)||Pizza Delivery Guy (cameo)|
|Films(s)||The Fast and the Furious|
Rob Cohen (born Robert Cohen) is an American director and producer. He was the director of The Fast and the Furious.
As a director, Cohen is primarily known for his film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Dragonheart, Daylight and the 2001 film, The Fast and the Furious. Cohen developed the story for The Fast and the Furious with screenwriters, David Ayer, Gary Scott Thompson and Erik Berguist after reading the May 1998 issue of Vibe Magazine that covered the lifestyle of street racers. Following The Fast and the Furious, Cohen collaborated with actor Vin Diesel for the films XxX in 2002.