Hollywood Director Rob Schiller Goes ‘All-In’ To Support Children At Brad Garrett’s Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament

Rob Schiller, Emmy-award winning Hollywood director, producer and president of R&B JAAMZS, Inc., joins entertainment colleagues to raise funds at Brad Garrett’s third annual “All-In For All Good” Celebrity Poker Tournament benefiting Maximum Hope Foundation, an organization offering support to families facing a child’s life-limiting illness.

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Celebrities join a good cause to help Maximum Hope Foundation provide practical needs to families facing hard times caring for a sick child.

Brad Garrett (left) with Hollywood director Rob Schiller, at annual “All-In For All Good” Celebrity Poker Tournament benefiting Maximum Hope Foundation

Knowing how difficult it is for families to cope emotionally and financially with a child’s grave illness, Maximum Hope provides resources so families can spend more time with their children, rather than worrying about their finances.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2012

Rob Schiller, Emmy-award winning Hollywood director, producer and president of R&B JAAMZS Inc. joins entertainment colleagues Shelli Azoff and Cheryl Hines to raise funds at Brad Garrett’s third annual “All-In For All Good” Celebrity Poker Tournament benefiting Maximum Hope Foundation, an organization offering support to families facing a child’s life-limiting illness.

Held at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, the celebrity fundraiser is hosted by Maximum Hope Foundation founder, three-time Emmy winning actor and stand-up comedian Brad Garrett, along with actor, writer, and comedian Ray Romano. The tournament supports Maximum Hope with funds to provide needed assistance to families with ill children. Schiller recently supported Romano’s benefiting Harvest Home.

“Knowing how difficult it is for families to cope emotionally and financially with a child’s grave illness, Maximum Hope provides resources so families can spend more time with their children, rather than worrying about their finances,” said Schiller. “I’m proud to support Brad’s efforts so more families can be helped.”

Maximum Hope Foundation provides practical needs to families facing hard times caring for a sick child. Medical bills and treatment leave some families unable to afford the necessities such as food, power, gas, and rent, which is where Maximum Hope steps in to ensure the overall wellness and health of families.

About Rob Schiller

Rob Schiller is an Emmy-award winning American television director, producer and president of his television and film production company, R&B JAAMZS, Inc. Schiller has directed and produced over 250 episodes of sitcoms, including the CBS hit comedy, "King of Queens,” "Two and a Half Men" and “Til Death." His latest motion picture is “And They're Off ," starring Sean Astin and Kevin Nealon, about a failed horse trainer who desperately wants to be back in the winner's circle. In addition to ‘Reed Between the Lines,’ Schiller’s most recent comedic venture was directing for Charlie Sheen’s new show, Anger Management." With a heritage of philanthropy, Schiller continues to support causes for health and human services, arts and entertainment, local and national political fundraising, and public education. For more information, visit:http://www.robschiller.com.


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Hollywood director Rob Schiller joins Shelli Azoff and Cheryl Hines at Maximum Hope Foundation fundraiser in Las Vegas. Hollywood director Rob Schiller joins Shelli Azoff and Cheryl Hines at Maximum Hope Foundation fundraiser in Las Vegas.

“All-In For All Good” Celebrity Poker Tournament raises funds for Maximum Hope Foundation, an organization offering support to families facing a child’s life-limiting illness.


And They're Off And They're Off

Rob Schiller's latest motion picture is “And They're Off,” starring Sean Astin and Kevin Nealon, about a failed horse trainer who desperately wants to be back in the winner's circle.