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Rob Whitehurst’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Rob Whitehurst is an American Production Sound Mixer and Audio Engineer. Born in Tampa, Florida, Whitehurst is a prominent sound mixer in the film and television industry.

Best Known For Movie: American Idol
Born: November 14, 1951 , Tampa, Florida, United States
Filmography: Faith in the Big House (2011), Courageous (2011), The Glass Window (2011), Ghost Stories (2010), Letters to God (2010), NFL Full Contact (2010), Street Dreams (2009), Super Bowl XLIII (2009), Fireproof (2008), Day of the Shark (2008), Hidden Potential (2008), Secret Lives of Women (2008), American Masters (2008), Cops (1996-2007), Dr. Phil (2003-2007), Unstrung (2007), Ten at the Top in Tampa Bay (2007), Facing the Giants (2006), Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (2005-2006), The Biggest Loser (2006), The Apprentice: Martha Stewart (2005), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2005), Extreme Makeover: Home Edition – How’d They Do That? (2005), Fox NFL Sunday (2005), Super Bowl XXXIX (2005), Skunked TV (2004), Innovation: Life, Inspired (2004), Parking Lot (2004), The Wild Ride to Super Bowl I (2004), The New Detectives: Case Studies in Forensic Science (2004), Jeff Corwin Unleashed (2003), Citizen Verdict (2003), Frontline (), Adventure Camp (2003), Extreme Makeover (2002), The Real Tony Blackburn (2002), Magnificent Obsessions (2002), American Idol (2002), Stone Reader (2002), Body of Evidence (2001), Rocks with Wings (2001), I, Detective (2001), Hard Knocks (2001), The Best Damn Sports Show Period (2001), The Profit (2001), Gibtown (2001), Super Bowl XXXV (2001), Two Guys Garage (2001), Arrest & Trial (2000), Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (2000), Comedy Central Presents (2000), Nature (), Animal Minds (1999), Forensic Files (1999), Free a Man to Fight: Women Soldiers of WWII (1999), Guinness World Records (1999), Travel Channel’s Secrets (1999), Under the Helmet (1999), Diana’s Dresses (1999), Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends (1999), 60 Minutes Wednesday (1999), Making Waves (1998), Storm Warning (1998), Babe Ruth (1998), Barbie Nation: An Unauthorized Tour (1998), @xtra (1997), NFL Blast (1997), Popular Mechanics for Kids (1997), The All New Captain Kangaroo (1997), Beetlemania (1996), The Reppies (1996), MTV Rock ‘N’ Jock Basketball VI (1996), MSNBC Live (1996), Medical Detectives (1996), The Magic of Flight (1996), The News on CNBC (1996), 20th Century with Mike Wallace (1995), The Huggabug Club (1995), The Other Side (1995), Stormchasers (1995), To Die For (1995), Thunder in Paradise (1994), Extra (1994), Bonkers (1993), Thunder in Paradise (1993), Glenn Miller: America’s Musical Hero (1992), MTV Sports (1992), Dateline NBC (1992), Animal Adventures (1992), Danger: Kids at Work (1991), 999 (1990), Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers (1990), Inside Edition (1988), Live with Kelly and Michael (1988), In the Line of Duty: The F.B.I. Murders (1988), America’s Most Wanted: America Fights Back (1988), 48 Hours (1988), Fox News (1987), Weekend Today (1987), Hard Copy (1987), The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986), A Current Affair (1986), National Geographic Explorer (1985), Showbiz Today (1984), Timewatch (1982), Entertainment Tonight (1981), CBS Evening News with Dan Rather (1981), SportsCenter (1979), CBS News Sunday Morning (1979), 20/20 (1978), This Week in Baseball (1977), Inside the NFL (1977), Good Morning America (1975), Nova (1974), NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams (1970), 60 Minutes (1968), NFL Films Presents (1967), ABC’s Wide World of Sports (1961), ABC World News Tonight with David Muir (1953), Today (1952), Letters to God (2010), Fireproof (2008), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Old Explorers (1990), Long Gone (1987), 17 Kids and Counting (2010).
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Sound Engineer, Sound Department
Spouse: Georgia Whitehurst (m. 1975)
Education: University of South Florida
Movies: Letters to God
Children: Lindsay Ellen Cooper, Shelley Lynne Whitehurst
Parents: Doyle W. Whitehurst, Evelyn G. Hayes
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)

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