In 1996, Susan Sarandon won an Oscar for Best Female in a leading role. Who directed the film for which she won?

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In 1996, Susan Sarandon won an Oscar for Best Female in a leading role. Who directed the film for which she won?

Tim Robbins

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The American actor Tim Robbins was born in California in 1958. He is a true Class A actor and has played in several blockbusters. He is probably best known for his role in "The Shawshank Redemption", directed by Frank Darabont and based on a Stephen King novel. In 2004, he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Role in "Mystic River". The film takes place in Boston and is directed by Clint Eastwood. Tim Robbins can also stand behind the camera himself - he directed the 1996 film "Dead Man Walking", which earned Susan Sarandon an Oscar for Best Female Lead. Privately, Robbins is close friends with John Cusack with whom he has made 6 film, including "High Fidelity".

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