Rob Corddry

Rob Corddry

  • Birthday: 1971-02-04
  • Place of birth: Weymouth - Massachusetts - USA
  • Also know as: Robert William Corddry

Biography

Robert William "Rob" Corddry (born February 4, 1971) is an American actor and comedian best known for his work as a former correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and for his starring role in the comedy film Hot Tub Time Machine. He is also the creator and star of Childrens Hospital, which is currently airing new episodes on the Adult Swim network.

Filmography

Hell Baby

2013

As Jack

Taking Chances

2009

As Cleveland Fishback

What Happens in Vegas

2008

As Hater

Lower Learning

2008

As Harper Billings

The Winning Season

2009

As Terry

Escape from Planet Earth

2012

As Gary Supernova (voice)

Sex Tape

2014

As Robby

Bad Therapy

2020

As Bob Howard

Benjamin

2019

As

Operation: Endgame

2010

As Chariot

Shimmer Lake

2017

As Kurt Biltmore

The Heartbreak Kid

2007

As Mac

Rapture-Palooza

2013

As Mr. House

The Layover

2017

As Stan Moss

The Hindenburg Explodes!

2016

As Wilbur Wright

Poop Talk

2018

As Himself

Dog Days

2018

As Kurt Chapman

Warm Bodies

2013

As M / Marcus

Butter

2012

As Ethan Emmet

In a World...

2013

As Moe

Pain & Gain

2013

As John Mese

Crash Test

2015

As Himself

Unaccompanied Minors

2006

As Sam Davenport

Semi-Pro

2008

As Kyle

Cedar Rapids

2011

As Gary

The Way Way Back

2013

As Kip

Office Christmas Party

2016

As Jeremy

Failure to Launch

2006

As Gun Salesman

Wedding Daze

2006

As Kyle

Jason Nash Is Married

2014

As Dan Morrison

Blades of Glory

2007

As Bryce

W.

2008

As Ari Fleischer

The Ten

2007

As Duane Rosenblum

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry

2007

As Jim the Protestor

Muppets Most Wanted

2014

As First AD

Old School

2003

As Warren

Production

Hot Tub Time Machine 2

2015

As Executive Producer

Mr. Neighbor's House

2016

As Executive Producer

Mr. Neighbor's House 2

2018

As Executive Producer

Bad Therapy

2020

As Executive Producer

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