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Net Worth:
$10 Million
Feb 4, 1971 (53 years old)
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Television Director
United States of America
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Rob Corddry is an American comedian, actor, writer, director, and producer who has a net worth of $10 million. Corddry was a correspondent on "The Daily Show" from 2002 to 2006, and he played Dr. Blake Downs on the Adult Swim series "Childrens Hospital" (2008–2016), which he created, wrote, directed, and executive produced. He starred as Glen Abbott on Fox's "The Winner" (2007), Joe Krutel on HBO's "Ballers" (2015–2019), and Forrest on the CBS sitcom "The Unicorn" (2019–2021), and he co-created, wrote, and produced Adult Swim's "Newsreaders" (2013–2015).

Rob has more than 100 acting credits to his name, including "Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story" (2004), "What Happens in Vegas" (2008), "Hot Tub Time Machine" (2010), "Hell Baby" (2013), and "Office Christmas Party" (2016). Corddry served as an executive producer on the films "Hot Tub Time Machine 2" (2015) and "Bad Therapy" (2020), the TV movie "The Hindenburg Explodes!" (2016), and the "Childrens Hospital" spin-off "Medical Police" (2020), and he also co-created and wrote for "Medical Police." Rob has lent his voice to several animated projects, such as "Arthur and the Invisibles" (2006), "Escape from Planet Earth" (2013), and "American Dad!" (2005; 2017), and he hosted "Top Gear America" in 2021.

Early Life

Rob Corddry was born Robert William Corddry on February 4, 1971, in Weymouth, Massachusetts. He grew up with mother Robin, father Steven (a Massachusetts Port Authority official), and younger brother Nate, who also became an actor. Nate is known for his roles on "Mom," "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," and "Harry's Law," and he was briefly a correspondent on "The Daily Show." He also guest-starred on several episodes of "Childrens Hospital." The Corddry brothers were both Eagle Scouts, and they attended Weymouth North High School. After Rob graduated in 1989, he enrolled at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he joined the Theta Chi fraternity, majored in English, took drama classes, and appeared in plays. He earned his degree in 1993, then moved to New York City in early 1994. Corddry worked as a Metropolitan Museum of Art security guard before he began landing acting jobs, and he spent a year on tour with the National Shakespeare Company. He took improv classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, where he was in the sketch comedy group The Naked Babies with Brian Huskey, John Ross Bowie, and Seth Morris. Rob was also a member of the sketch comedy group Third Rail Comedy for two years, and he appeared on Comedy Central's "Upright Citizens Brigade" from 1998 to 2000.


In 2002, Corddry auditioned for "The Daily Show" and was hired as a correspondent, appearing in 249 episodes by the time he left in 2006. He also hosted an episode of the show in February 2006 when Jon Stewart was absent due to the birth of his second child. Rob made his film debut in 2000's "Catalina Trust," then he appeared in 2003's "Old School" and played the title role in the 2004 paintball comedy "Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story." He then appeared in the films "Wedding Daze" (2006), "Unaccompanied Minors" (2006), "Failure to Launch" (2006), "The Ten" (2007), "The Heartbreak Kid" (2007), "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" (2007),  and "Blades of Glory" (2007), and he played the lead role on the 2007 sitcom "The Winner" and guest-starred on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (2006) and "Arrested Development" (2006). In 2008, Corddry created the web series "Childrens Hospital," which was later picked up by Adult Swim. The series aired 86 episodes over seven seasons, earning Rob four Primetime Emmys, and he reprised the role of Dr. Blake Downs on the 2020 Netflix spin-off "Medical Police."

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Corddry reunited with his "Old School" and "Blades of Glory" co-star Will Ferrell in 2008's "Semi-Pro," and that year he also appeared in "What Happens in Vegas," "W.," "Lower Learning," and "Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay." He guest-starred on "Party Down" (2009), "Law & Order" (2009), "Community" (2010; 2012; 2014), "Running Wilde" (2011), "Happy Endings" (2012–2013), "NTSF:SD:SUV" (2012), and "Burning Love" (2013), and in 2010, he played Lou Dorchen in "Hot Tub Time Machine" alongside John Cusack, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke. He reprised the role in 2015's "Hot Tub Time Machine 2." Rob appeared in the films "Operation: Endgame" (2010), "Cedar Rapids" (2011), "Butter" (2011), "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" (2012), "Warm Bodies" (2013), "In a World…" (2013), "Pain & Gain" (2013), "Rapture-Palooza" (2013), and "The Way, Way Back" (2013), and he played the husband of a woman pregnant with demon spawn in 2013's "Hell Baby," which was written and directed by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant of "Reno 911!" fame.

From 2015 to 2019, Corddry played Joe Krutel on "Ballers" alongside his "Pain & Gain" co-star Dwayne Johnson, and he co-starred with Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston in 2016's "Office Christmas Party," which grossed $114.5 million at the box office. Rob appeared in the films "How to Be a Latin Lover" (2017), "Shimmer Lake" (2017), "The Layover" (2018), "Dog Days" (2018), "Benjamin" (2019),  and "Bad Therapy" (2020) and the 2020 documentary "Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics." He guest-starred on "Workaholics" (2016), "Speechless" (2016–2018), "Wrecked" (2018), "Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television" (2019), and "Bajillion Dollar Propertie$" (2019), and he portrayed George Washington on the "Drunk History Christmas Special" (2017) and attorney Joseph Califano on the "Drunk History" episode "Civil Rights" (2018). From 2019 to 2021, Corddry played Forrest on the CBS sitcom "The Unicorn," which aired 31 episodes over two seasons.

Personal Life

Rob married Sandra Beth Leftowits in 2002. They welcomed their first daughter, Sloane, on July 3, 2006, followed by Marlo on November 12, 2008. In 2016, Corddry established the Ed Golden Acting Scholarship with fellow University of Massachusetts Amherst alums Jeffrey Donovan and Bill Pullman to "honor the exemplary teaching career of Professor Emeritus Edward J. Golden by recognizing and fostering students with exceptional acting talent through scholarship awards."

Awards and Nominations

Corddry was nominated for six Primetime Emmys for "Childrens Hospital," winning Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Programs in 2012 and 2013 and Outstanding Short Form Comedy or Drama Series and Outstanding Actor in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series in 2016. In 2009, Rob won a Webby Award for Video – Comedy: Longform for "Childrens Hospital," and the series also earned him a nomination for Video – Best Individual Performance as well as Streamy Award nominations for Best Writing for a Comedy Web Series and Best Male Actor in a Comedy Web Series. In 2013, Corddry received a Fright Meter Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Warm Bodies," and he shared a Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination for Best Acting Ensemble with his "The Way Way Back" castmates.

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