Rob Riggle is an American actor, comedian and retired United States Marine Corps Reserve officer. He is best known for his work as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show from 2006 to 2008, as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2004–2005, and for his comedic roles in films such as The Hangover, The Other Guys, The Lorax, 21 Jump Street, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, and Step Brothers. As of 2011, he has co-starred in the Adult Swim comedy-action series NTSF:SD:SUV::. Beginning in September 2012, Riggle replaced Frank Caliendo for the comedy skit and prognostication portions of Fox NFL Sunday.
August 13, 2018
Guest host Samm Levine chats with Rob Riggle about comedy, military service, and his upcoming projects “Night School” and “Rob Riggle’s Ski Master Academy”.
February 14, 2017
Join Kevin as he sits down with comedic actor Rob Riggle (The Hangover, 21 Jump Street). Rob, the self proclaimed Hollywood Clydesdale, chats about grinding it out at UCB for 7 years to almost being broken by a commercial audition.
December 20, 2012
On today’s episode of Owen & TJ Read The News, Owen tries his best to read the news as TJ’s step dad Jack (Rob Riggle) drops by to give his two cents on the current events, describes his mentoring relationship with TJ, and tells us about his plans on becoming a wrestler. It gets real heavy when they discuss the fiscal cliff, why sports isn’t news and the war on Christmas.
January 20, 2012
How many comedians are Marines in reserves? The answer is 1: Rob Riggle! Rob joins the Sklars this week and he brings his ‘A’ game. The man is a Marine, an athlete, a prolific comedian and a perfect guest; press play to find out why! Also on today’s show, the Reverend McElvain will educate us on how to properly pronounce Tim Tebow’s last name and maybe drop a revelation if he finds the time. Punch a waterfall and leave the fire monsters to the marines!
November 25, 2011
Beverly suggests Rob Riggle create a line of womens underpants. Ronna & Bev recount this year’s Thanksgiving.
July 19, 2010
Rob Riggle chats about joining the Marine Corps to become a pilot and how he chose a life in comedy, as well as his journey on both have co-existing for 20 years.