Robert Anderson Huebel best known by his stage name Rob Huebel is an American actor, comedian, and writer. He rose to the limelight from his work on the Amazon series Transparent. His other notable works include The Love Guru, I Love You, Man, The Other Guys, Baywatch, and many more.
Robert Anderson Huebel was born in Alexandria, Virginia on 4th June 1969 under the birth sign Gemini. Rob belongs to White ethnicity and holds American nationality.
He was raised in Virginia by his parents, father Jared Huebel and mother Louisa Huebel. For his high school education, Rob attended Annandale High School and then enrolled in the Clemson University located in South Carolina majoring in Marketing.
Rob later moved to New York and went to attend Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and studied improv comedy.
Moving on to his relationship status, Rob is a married man. He tied the knot to his longtime girlfriend Holly Hannula in 2016.
The ceremony took place in a private place in the presence of family and close friends. The couple is blessed with one daughter born in 2016.
The popular actor, Rob is quite active on Instagram and often shares photos of his wife and child.
Prior to his marriage, Rob had an affair with an American stand-up comedian Sarah Silverman. The couple dated in 2008 for a short while, however, couldn’t work out and broke up.
Huebel is an American actor with a net worth $3 million as of 2019. He gardens his fortune from his acting, as well as writing career. Besides, he also earns from advertisements, endorsement deals, and sponsorships.
As of 2019, Rob has appeared in numerous TV series, films and Web series. He made his actor sketch debut from the shows such as Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Upright Citizens Brigade.
His notable works as an actor include Bowling for Columbine, Norbit, The Love Guru, I Love You, Man, Life as We Know It, Night Owls, Miss Stevens, Bay Watch, The House, and several others.
Rob was also featured in many Tv series which include The Awful Truth, The Daily Show, Human Giant, Reno 911!, The Mindy Project, Marry Me, The Hotwives of Las Vegas, Family Guy, and many more.
Talking about his achievements, Rob was nominated for the Emmy Awards for his work as a producer in the tv series The Awful Truth.
Moreover, Rob also worked as a segment producer on the American Late-night talk show The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.