Rob Corddry Bio-Wiki, Age, Wife, The Office, Ballers, Movies, Net Worth

Who is Rob Corddry?

Rob Corddry is an American comedian and actor. He is best known for his work as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart which aired from 2002 to 2006. He is also known for his starring role in the film Hot Tub Time Machine.

Rob is the creator and star of the Adult Swim series Children’s Hospital. He won his first and second Emmy Awards in both September 2012 and September 2013. Corddry currently co-stars in the HBO series Ballers.

He made English his official major. He focused much of his attention on Drama classes and plays including Torch Song Trilogy, Ten Little Indians, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Romeo and Juliet, and Reckless by his second year. Corddry pledged the Theta Chapter of Theta Chi fraternity while at UMass.

Corddry moved to New York City in January 1994. He worked as a security guard at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and also handing out menus for a Mexican restaurant. He finally landed acting jobs, which included a year-long tour with the National Shakespeare Company.

Corddry also trained in improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City and performed regularly as a member of the sketch comedy group “The Naked Babies” with John Ross Bowie, Brian Huskey, and Seth Morris. He also spent two years with the sketch comedy group “Third Rail Comedy”. His first notable television appearances were on Comedy Central’s Upright Citizens Brigade from 1998 to 2000.

How Old is Rob Corddry?

He was born Robert William Corddry on February 4, 1971, in Weymouth, Massachusetts, U.S. He is 49 years old as of 2020.

Rob Corddry Family

He was born and also raised in Weymouth, Massachusetts. He was born to Robin and Steven Corddry, a Massachusetts Port Authority official. Corddry is the older brother of actor Nate Corddry. He also has a younger sister, Laura Corddry, an administrator at Southern New Hampshire University. The Corddry brothers are both Eagle Scouts from Troop 19, which is located in Weymouth.

Rob Corddry Education

Rob attended Weymouth North High School where he graduated in 1989. He then joined the University of Massachusetts Amherst from 1989 to 1993. He initially planned to major in journalism, but he stuck with it for just two days, this is according to an interview in the UMass Amherst alumni magazine.

Rob Corddry Wife

Robert has been married to Sandra Corddry since 2002. They have two children together.

Rob Corddry Children | Kids

Corddry has two children with his wife Sandra, Marlo Stevenson Corddry, and Sloane Sullivan Corddry.

Rob Corddry Net Worth

The American actor and comedian has an estimated net worth of $10 million.

Rob Corddry Daily Show

He accepted an audition for The Daily Show in Spring 2002. Corddry’s pieces for The Daily Show often included references to Boston, Massachusetts, he considers it to be his hometown. His younger brother Nate Corddry made his first appearance as a Daily Show correspondent on October 4, 2005. His wife Sandra appeared with him on a Daily Show segment on January 12, 2006.

He hosted an episode of The Daily Show due to the absence of Jon Stewart because of the birth of Stewart’s second child on February 9, 2006. Corddry aired his last show on The Daily Show on August 24, 2006.

He worked on The Winner, a 2007 TV series after leaving The Daily Show. Rob has since made appearances on the show, both as a guest and as a correspondent. He was also a guest on Jon Stewart’s final episode.

Rob Corddry Stand Up

On June 12, 2006, He hosted the 10th annual Webby Awards ceremony on June 12, 2006. He then starred as the main character in the Fox mid-season comedy The Winner from March 4, 2007, until its cancellation. Corddry described the show to Stuff Magazine as “sort of like a fucked-up Wonder Years.”

Rob appeared in two episodes of Fox’s Arrested Development as Moses Taylor. He then appeared an actor who plays “Frank Wrench”, an obsessively by-the-books detective on a fictional television series Wrench. He has also done some voice work as Gordon the animated Devil on Cartoon Network’s Weighty Decisions. Corddry appeared in a commercial for Cartoon Network’s Ed, Edd n Eddy series. In 2001, Corddry appeared in a Cartoon Network promotional ad as an anger management therapist to the Townsville Villains of the cartoon series Powerpuff Girls.

His voice appears in the History Channel production World War II in HD. Corddry is the voice of World War II soldier and jazz musician Roscoe “Rockie” Blunt.

Rob Corddry Children’s Hospital

He wrote, directed, and starred in the web series Children’s Hospital for The WB on its online network at After talks fell through with Comedy Central, Turner’s Adult Swim picked up the series and it began airing new episodes on August 22, 2010.

Rob Corddry Ballers

He has starred in the HBO comedy-drama series Ballers since 2015.

A superstar during his football playing days, Spencer Strasmore tries to find the same success as a financial manager for current players in sun-splashed Miami. Heeding his boss Joe’s instruction to “monetize his friendships,” Spencer builds a client base of young phenoms and veteran stars alike, but his role in their lives far exceeds money management as he struggles to help them navigate the many traps that come with life as big-time “ballers.” The series is created by Stephen Levinson (“Entourage,” “Boardwalk Empire”) and stars Dwayne Johnson as Spencer.

Television Shows

Year Title Role
1998–2000 Upright Citizens Brigade Various
1998–2002 Late Night with Conan O’Brien Various
2002–2006 The Daily Show Correspondent
2004 O’Grady The Bob (voice)
2005 Sunday Pants Gordon the Devil (voice)
2005–2017 American Dad! Various Voices
2006 Curb Your Enthusiasm Rick Leftowitz
2006 Arrested Development Moses Taylor
2007 MADtv Johnny
2007 The Winner Glen Abbott
2008–2016 Childrens Hospital Dr. Blake Downs, Cutter Spindell, Rory Spindell
2008 The Mighty B! Doctor, Vet (voices)
2009 Party Down Gary
2010–2014 Community Alan Connor
2011 Little in Common Dennis Weller
2011 Running Wilde Jack Gray
2011 Glen Martin DDS Randy (voice)
2011 The Life & Times of Tim Sausage Salesman (voice)
2012 Family Guy Ben Jennings (voice)
2012–2013 Happy Endings Lon ‘The Car Czar’ Sarofsky
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV Agent Coyote Daniels
2012–2013 Ben and Kate Buddy
2013 Spy Tim
2013 Burning Love Lorenzo Blimperson
2013–2015 Newsreaders
2014 Trophy Wife Sensei Rick
2014 Hawaii Five-0 Tony Gibson
2014 Robot Chicken Various Voices
2014 Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself
2015–present Ballers Joe Krutel
2016 Teachers Sam
2016 Animals Earring (voice)
2016 Workaholics Eric
2016–2017 Speechless Billy DiMeo
2016 Mr. Neighbor’s House
2017–2018 Drunk History George Washington, Joseph Califano
2017 Do You Want To See a Dead Body? Himself
2018 Wrecked Himself


Year Title Role
2003 Old School Warren
2004 Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story Bobby Dukes
2006 Wedding Daze Kyle
2006 Unaccompanied Minors Sam Davenport
2006 Failure to Launch Gun Salesman
2006 Arthur and the Invisibles Seides (voice)
2007 The Ten Duane Rosenblum
2007 The Heartbreak Kid Mac
2007 I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry Jim the Protestor
2007 Blades of Glory Bryce
2008 What Happens in Vegas Jeff “Hater” Lewis
2008 W. Ari Fleischer
2008 Semi-Pro Kyle
2008 Lower Learning Billings
2008 Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay Ron Fox
2009 The Winning Season Terry
2009 Taking Chances Mayor Cleveland Fishback
2010 Hot Tub Time Machine Lou Dorchen
2010 Operation: Endgame Chariot
2011 Cedar Rapids Gary
2011 Butter Ethan Emmett
2012 Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Warren
2013 Hell Baby Jack
2013 Escape from Planet Earth Gary Supernova (voice)
2013 Warm Bodies M / Marcus
2013 In a World… Moe
2013 Pain & Gain John Mese
2013 Rapture-Palooza Mr. House
2013 The Way, Way Back Kip
2014 Jason Nash Is Married Dan Morrison
2014 Muppets Most Wanted First AD
2014 Sex Tape Robbie
2015 Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Lou Dorchen
2016 Office Christmas Party Jeremy
2017 How to Be a Latin Lover Quincy
2017 Shimmer Lake Kurt Biltmore
2017 The Layover Principal Stan Moss
2018 Dog Days Kurt

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