Rob Schneider Profile
Rob Schneider is a screenwriter, actor, and comedian from the United States. He began his career as a stand-up comic and veteran of the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, and went on to star in feature films such as Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Animal, The Hot Chick, The Benchwarmers, and Grown Ups. Schneider is the father of Elle King, a singer.
Rob Schneider Age
Schneider is 58 years old as of 2021. He was born Robert Michael Schneider on 31 October 1963 in San Francisco, California, United States.
Rob Schneider Height
Schneider stands at a height of 5 feet 3½ inches (1.61 m).
Rob Schneider Family
Schneider was born to Pilar (née Monroe), a former kindergarten teacher and ex-school board president, and Marvin Schneider, a real estate broker. His father was a Jew, and his mother was a Roman Catholic. Schneider’s maternal grandmother was a Filipina who met and married his grandfather, a white American army private stationed in the Philippines, while he was stationed there. His mixed heritage is a recurring theme in his stand-up routines. John, his older brother, is a producer. Schneider attended San Francisco State University after graduating from Terra Nova High School in 1982.
Rob Schneider Wife
Schneider has a daughter, musician Elle King, with former model London King, who was born in 1989. Schneider married television producer Patricia Azarcoya Arce in Beverly Hills, California on April 23, 2011. Miranda Scarlett Schneider, their first child, was born in 2012. Madeline Robbie Schneider, the couple’s second child, was born in September 2016. Patricia’s family is a fan of the Mexican soccer club Tigres, which is based in her hometown of Monterrey. Schneider and his family will relocate to Arizona in December 2020.
Rob Schneider Net Worth
Schneider has an estimated net worth of $12 million.
Quick Facts About Rob Schneider
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Rob Schneider Saturday Night Live (SNL)
In 1988, Schneider was hired as a writer for Saturday Night Live. Schneider quickly advanced from writer to featured actor to full cast member. From 1990 to 1994, he appeared on Saturday Night Live as “Tiny Elvis” and “Orgasm Guy.” Richard Laymer, an office worker whose desk was stuck next to the photocopier and who addressed each of his coworkers with an endless stream of annoying nicknames, was his most well-known recurring character. Schneider appears alongside colleagues Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Chris Farley in the video release The Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live.
Rob Schneider grown-ups
Schneider appeared as Rob Hilliard, a hippie friend of Lenny who has been through three marriages with women nicknamed “The Eater”, “The Cheater”, and “The Beater” and also wears a toupee that extends his hairstyle in Grown-Ups, a 2010 American comedy film.
Rob Schneider Hot Chick
Schneider is the producer and co-writer of the 2002 American fantasy teen comedy film The Hot Chick. He also played the main role of Clive Maxtone / Man Jessica Spencer, an incompetent criminal who accidentally switches bodies with Jessica Spencer. For his performance in the film, he was nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actor of the Decade.
Rob Schneider Politics
Schneider switched political parties in 2013, from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party, citing: “The state of California is a shambles, and the Democratic supermajority is ineffective. I’ve been a Democrat my entire life, and I’m forced to switch because it no longer serves the people of this great state.” That same year, Schneider endorsed Republican Assemblyman Tim Donnelly for governor in the following year’s election.
Rob Schneider, You can do it
Schneider has also appeared in a number of comedies starring his SNL co-star Adam Sandler, including The Waterboy in 1998, Grown Ups in 2010, and Hubie Halloween in 2020. In these films, Schneider portrays an overly enthusiastic Cajun man who exclaims, “You can do it!”; an amiable Middle Eastern delivery boy; a prison inmate; and Sandler’s one-eyed Hawaiian sidekick, Ula. The line “You can do it!” has been used as a running gag in Sandler’s films The Waterboy, Little Nicky, 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard, and Bedtime Stories, as well as in a deleted scene from Click.
The line “You can do it!” has been used as a running gag in Sandler’s films The Waterboy, Little Nicky, 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard, and Bedtime Stories, as well as in a deleted scene from Click (a sample of Schneider saying the phrase also turns up in the song “Original Prankster” by The Offspring). Returning the favor, Sandler made a cameo appearance in Schneider’s The Animal, uttering the same line as a reference, Adam Sandler as a Townie utters “You can do it!” Schneider narrated and voiced a Chinese waiter in Adam Sandler’s 2002 animated film Eight Crazy Nights. Schneider also appeared as an uncredited cameo as a Canadian-Japanese wedding minister in the 2007 film Sand.
Rob Schneider Movies
- 2020 – The Wrong Missy
- 2020 – Hubie Halloween
- 2017 – Sandy Wexler
- 2017 – Ozzy
- 2016 – Norm of the North
- 2016 – The Adventures of Panda Warrior
- 2015 – The Ridiculous 6
- 2015 – The Frog Kingdom
- 2015 – OMG, I’m a Robot!
- 2015 – Pups United
- 2014 – Jungle Shuffle
- 2014 – Shelby
- 2014 – Wings: Sky Force Heroes
- 2013 – InAPPropriate Comedy
- 2013 – The Little Penguin Pororo’s Racing Adventure
- 2012 – Noah’s Ark: The New Beginning
- 2012 – The Outback
- 2012 – Wings
Rob Schneider TV Shows
- 2021 – The Masked Singer
- 2015–2017 – Real Rob – Rob
- 2014 – Hot in Cleveland
- 2013 – Inside Amy Schumer
- 2012 – Rob
- 1998 – Ally McBeal
- 1996–1997 – Men Behaving Badly
- 1996 – Seinfeld
- 1990–1994 – Saturday Night Live
- 1990 – Coach
- 1989 – 227