Rob is in production on the feature film super secret. He is the writer, producer and lead. He's booked such locations for the film as Met Life Stadium, and filmed scenes whilst hot air ballooning and swimming with sharks.
A graduate of Emerson College, he’s played at clubs and theaters such as the People’s Improv Theater, Caroline’s, and Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. He’s studied extensively with the UCB Theater, Second City & the Groundlings in Los Angeles, as well as Strasberg Studios, HB Studios, and the Magnet Theater.
His film and stage work has been officially selected for festivals in Montreal, Boston, Chicago, Miami, and New York, as well as lesser cities such as Philadelphia. Sketches have been broadcast on MTVu and heard on SiriusXM Radio.
Rob is the founder of the nationally recognized comedy troupe “Chocolate Cake City.” He is currently a member of the sketch troupe, “Captains of Industry,” which perform regularly at the People’s Improv Theater, and Under St. Mark’s Theater.
More recently he’s produced, written and star in several short films including “Pages,” “North End,” & “Cancelled.” They will screen at various film festivals this spring and summer.
Rob’s also produced, starred in, and wrote two webseries: “Yellow Brick Hell” (YellowBrickHell.com) which splitsider.com encouraged readers to watch due to its ” pessimism, passion, and patience.” The series won first place at Iron Mule Comedy Short Film Festival, and features some of the top talent in New York, while the second series, “Serious Business” (SeriousBusinessComedy.com) has seen such unusual pairings as Rob’s character “Jon Corallo” with actor Jim Belushi.
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor Jack discovers that his life isn't what it seems when his world becomes deconstructed before his very eyes. He begins his day, entering a routine social interaction, only to go out with his own identity in question.
Film (Short, Drama and Sci-Fi) Actor In a corporate-owned America, a fugitive receives an unexpected message of solidarity, planting the seeds of revolution against a system designed to keep the 99% under control.
Television (Comedy) Actor Two 30-something roommates, Jon Corallo & Nick Freeman, are equal parts ambition and delusion. They have big ideas for their lives. Unfortunately, they're terrible at ideas.
Yellow Brick Hell
Television (Short and Comedy) Actor Yellow Brick Hell is where grand ambitions hits the harsh pavement of reality. Set in NYC, Jack's enormous expectations are the exact opposite of his current conditions. Jack struggles to make rent,, lives on an IKEA coach in a tiny one-bedroom apartment overlooking a polluted canal that he shares with an intensely paranoid 40-year-old roommate, all the while trying to find work as a comedian. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of Jack's life: i.e. financial, romantic, family, environmental, creative, etc; each are in constant states of agitation. Jack, though enthusiastic, lacks the common touch to play 'the game,' that life sometimes necessitates. In refusing to comply with social niceties, he finds himself more often than not as an outsider looking in on life. Written by Anonymous