Robin Urdang began her career in the music industry working as an assistant at the music management company, Rising Star Enterprises in New York City. She later relocated to Los Angeles and began working with The Manhattan Transfer. She realized that the most interesting part of work was the production of music videos, shows, television and film and was later introduced to Robert Kraft who she joined as his consultant to work on the film “The Mambo Kings.”
After that, Urdang began to independently music supervise films and started her company, Reel Music. Her credits include “Out to Sea,” “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” “The Prince and Me,” “Glitter,” “Adam,” “Rabbit Hole,” “Beginners,” and more recently added television to her credits with the hit USA series “Burn Notice,” “Brothers & Sisters,” and “The Good Guys.”
Urdang has also worked as a music consultant for Warner Independent Pictures and The Weinstein Company, where she consulted or music supervised for the films such as “The Reader,” “Piranha 3D,” “Shanghai,” and “Nine,” among others. She is currently the music consultant for Olympus Pictures. She has been nominated for Best Music Supervisor for the HMMA Awards and is actively working on the launching of the Guild of Music Supervisors.