Rob Sitch biography
Birth Name: Robert I. Stich
Date of Birth: March 17, 1962
Growing up in Australia with the initial intention of going into medicine, Sitch became a
qualified medical practitioner after graduating from the University of Melbourne.
following that path, he joined a team that became known as The D-Generation, which wrote for
and then hosted a popular radio morning radio show in Melbourne.
They went on to work on other projects such as a television series called The Generation D,
books like "The D Generation Bumper Book of Aussie Heroes" and "Frontline" and albums such as
"The D Generation: Thanks for Being You" and "Martin/Molloy: The Brown Album." They won numerous
awards and made appearances at comedy festivals.
Following his work with The D Generation, Sitch went on to work with another Australian troop
called Working Dog.
This partnership would last at least ten years in which they would produce
films like the award-winning indie, The Castle, which was shown around the world. Sitch
directed the film which marked his feature film debut.
Previously he had directed award-winning
television series such as The Late Show and Frontline.
Sitch continued to work with Working Dog into the new millennium directing the feature The
Dish, starring Sam Neill.
Rob Sitch Filmography
Degenocide (1997) (V)
The Castle (1997)