Rob Riggle is an American actor, comic and retired U.S. Marine Corps Reserve officer who has a net worth of $7.5 million. Rob Riggle was born April 21, 1970 in Louisville, Kentucky. Comedy also co-starred in the Adult Swim comedy-action series NTSF:SD:SUV. Comedy has a longstanding comedic partnership with comic Rob Huebel with whom he frequently works with at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCBT) and in their former improvisational sketch comedy troupe Respecto Montalban. The couple’s growing popularity, actually, landed them an audition on Saturday Night Live in the summer of 2004.
Rob Riggle Net Worth $7.5 Million Dollars
Riggle played the lead in 2011 CBS sitcom pilot Home Game, executive produced by Mark Wahlberg. In the year 2012, Riggle replaced Frank Caliendo for the comedy skit and predicting pieces of Fox NFL Sunday. Also in 2012, Riggle had a recurring part as Kevin Jesquire in season two of the FX comedy series Wilfred. In October 2013, Riggle played the character of Satan in the music video for Steel Panther’s music video Bash Like Tomorrow is the End of the World.
April 21, 1970
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor, Military Officer, Television Director
Shawnee Mission South High School, University of Kansas, Webster University
Tiffany Riggle (m. 2000)
Sandra Riggle, Robert Allen Riggle
Audience Award at the South By Southwest Film Festival in 2004, and Boston Independent Film Festival in 2005
Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance (2012), BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award (2013 (2013), 2016), MTV Movie Awards (2012)
“Step Brothers” (2008), “The Hangover” (2009), "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" (2009), “21 Jump Street” (2012), “Let's Be Cops” (2014), “Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story” (2004), "Going the Distance, Killers", "The Other Guys", “Absolutely Anything" (2015), “Midnight Sun”, “Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life”
“Saturday Night Live” (2004-2005), Comedy Central: "Straight Plan for the Gay Man", “A2Z”, “Best Week Ever”, “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” (1999-2004), “The Daily Show” (2006-2010)
Finished the 2016 Bank of America Chicago Marathon with a time of 05:33:52.
He has German, English, and Scottish ancestry.
As a Lieutenant Colonel, he is a Public Affairs Officer with the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He is a combat veteran having served in Liberia, Kosovo and Afghanistan, earning over 19 medals and ribbons. 
Has served in Liberia, Kosovo, and Afghanistan as a Marine Corps officer.
Member of New York City's popular improv and sketch comedy troupe, Respecto Montalban.
Briefly joined Saturday Night Live (1975) as a featured player for the 2004-2005 season. In mid-summer of 2005, it has now been announced that he will not be returning to the show for the 2005-2006 season.
Frequently plays aggressive, loudmouth characters
I think audiences can relate to the guys I'm playing, those large-and-in-charge idiots. Or maybe I just make them feel better about who they are, or who they're dating.
When you go out there to do comedy, you feel like you're doing battle with the audience a lot of the time. You're either going to get 'em, or you're not.
Hopefully, I'm not stealing scenes from other actors, because then they won't want to work with me.
I went through puberty late. I was a little, little, tiny kid. I was still growing in college.
I've written several pilots that haven't gone, so that's why you haven't seen any.
I always try to stick to the script because I want to respect the writers, and I want to respect the director. But if the director and my fellow actors are okay with me playing with it a little bit, then I definitely want to play with it.
I love improv so much. Listening. I think that's the key. When you improvise, you put a lot of pressure on yourself to create, and to be generating information, and trying to be funny, but if you just listen to what's being said to you, and then react honestly, you generally get better results.