Robert Aronowitz is a New York City based Actor, Director, Fight/Movement/Intimacy Coordinator, and Certified Teacher of Stage Combat / Theatrical Firearm Safety.
His work has taken him all over the world and he is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, the Society of American Fight Directors, and the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. Robert is the Co-Founder of “Neutral Chaos” (www.neutralchaoscombat.com)
a company that offers choreographic solutions, private combat instruction, and masterclass training opportunities in the greater New York City area.
His recent Fight Direction and Stunt credits include: "The Equalizer" (CBS), "Who Invited Charlie" (Xavier Manrique), "The Birder" (Nate Dushku), "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris" (Live on NBC), Jersey Bred (Greg Russo), Scooter (Chelsea Lupkin), "Los Cos" (Robin de Levita), "I Can't Lose" (Music Video - Mark Ronson), "Song of the North" (Kingorama), "Titus Andronicus" (Barefoot Shakespeare), ART (Guild Hall of East Hampton), "Macbeth" (Juilliard), "The Frogs" (Juilliard), and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (Orlando Shakespeare Theatre)
Teaching credits include: New York Film Academy (New York, NY), New York University (New York, NY), PACE University (New York, NY), Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY), Muhlenburg College (Allentown, PA), The Lost Colony (Manteo, NC), University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, NC), Louisiana Tech University (Ruston, LA), Broadway Workshop (New York, NY) and Thespian Festivals in New Jersey/ Florida/Georgia