Jack Rollins is an American film producer and former manager of numerous successful comedians and television personalities.
He is best known for his successful partnership with Charles H. Joffe, the producer or executive producer of virtually all of the films directed by Woody Allen.
The Woody Allen film Annie Hall was listed as "A Jack Rollins and Charles H. Joffe Production", though only Joffe took producer credit and received the 1977 Academy Award for Best Picture. Both were Allen's managers and had that credit on all his films from 1969 to 1993.
Rollins' management clients also included Robert Klein and David Letterman. Rollins was also a close friend of jazz pianist Bill Evans, with whom he owned a racehorse named 'Annie Hall'. Joffe focused more on Allen, with Rollins focusing on others.