Rob Riggle Biography
Rob Riggle is a preeminent American actor, comedian, and former Marine Corps officer. Rob and Joe Tessitore co-host Holey Moley, an ABC mini-golf game show.
He has appeared in several well-known movies, including The Hangover and 21 Jump Street. Before that, Rob joined the US Marine Corps in 1990, rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and served in Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Liberia.
Rob Riggle Age
Rob Riggle was born in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States on April 21, 1970. He is 52 years old.
Rob Riggle Height
Rob stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.
Rob Riggle Family
Rob was born to parents in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States. He is the proud son of Sandra and Robert Allen Riggle, both of whom worked in the insurance industry. He moved with his family to Overland Park, Kansas, when he was two years old.
Rob Riggle Wife
On April 13, 1999, Rob married his bride Tiffany Riggle. The couple has two children: a daughter, Abagail, born in 2004, and a son, George, born in 2008. Rob and Tiffany filed for divorce in October 2020. He claimed in public that his ex-wife Tiffany had taken money from his home, hacked his personal Apple account, and had been spying on him in June 2021. After discovering a hidden camera in his home that had over 10,000 recordings in it and was a smoke detector, Rob was granted a temporary restraining order against his ex-wife, Tiffany. A few of the films supported his assertions.
Rob Riggle Education
Rob completed his high school course at Shawnee Mission South High School, where he was active in the school’s radio and television stations. He was voted the most amusing student in high school and graduated in 1988. Later on, In 1997, he graduated with a master’s degree in public administration from Webster University.
Rob Riggle’s Net Worth
Rob’s approximate net worth is $3 million.
Rob Riggle Career
He joined The Daily Show cast. In September 2006, he was hired to fill the vacancy left by Rob Corddry, and he began on September 20, 2006. The TV Guide noted his program “Marines in Berkeley,” in which Rob dressed up in hippie garb to mock peace protestors at the University of California, Berkeley protesting a nearby Marines recruiting station.
He left The Daily Show on December 10, 2008, to “go fight crime”; however, Rob appeared at Bonnaroo 2009 in a show called An Evening (or Afternoon) with The Daily Show featuring John Oliver, Rob Riggle, and Rory Albanese, one of the show is executive producers.
He unexpectedly appeared on The Daily Show on August 3, 2010, during Will Ferrell’s interview. He was immediately criticized by Will and Stewart for his “lack of talent” and other crude insults. To “surprise” them, Rob appeared suddenly and asked if they were talking about him.
Rob took over the comedy skit and prognosticator segments originally done by Frank Caliendo from 2003 to 2011 with the 19th-season premiere of the Fox NFL Sunday pre-game show on September 9, 2012. In 2020, he did not return to the Fox NFL pre-game show.
On ABC, he co-hosts the mini-golf game show Holey Moley with Joe Tessitore. Chris Culvenor created the sports reality competition television series Holey Moley for ABC. He joined the Marines in 1990 after receiving his pilot’s license, hoping to become a naval aviator, but dropped out of flight school to pursue a comedic career.
Rob joined the United States Marine Corps Reserve and frequently referenced his military experiences on The Daily program, such as serving as the program’s “military analyst” and joking that he could kill any other member of the cast. Rob also traveled to Iraq in August 2007 to report for The Daily Show and entertain troops through the USO.
Rob Riggle Movies And TV Shows
- Furry Vengeance (2009) as Riggs
- Status Update (2018) as Darryl Moore
- Night School (2018) as Mackenzie
- Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story as Eddie Reynolds (2004)
- UglyDolls (2019) as Exposition Robot
- The Ark and the Aardvark (2020byas The Todd
- Unaccompanied Minors (2006) as Head Guard Hoffman
- Step Brothers (2008) as Randy
- The Hangover (2009) as Officer Franklin
- Saturday Night Live (2004–05) as Cast Member
- Love, Inc.(2005–06) as Major Curtis
- The Daily Show (2006–08) as a correspondent
- Holey Moley (2019) as Color Commentator
- Upright Citizens Brigade (1998–2000) as Various Characters
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