Rob has become one of the brightest voices to hit the Canadian comedy scene.

With unmistakable charm, wit and trade mark act outs, Rob delivers a must see performance that has helped him to generate an impressive comedic resume that includes winning the prestigious 28th Annual San Francisco International Comedy Competition.

Rob has also appeared as a regular on the MTV series Punk'd, showcased at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, and recently had his one hour "Comedy Now" special air on the Comedy Channel.

Currently Rob tours for Yuk Yuks International Comedy.


•Rob started doing stand up comedy in October of 1996.

•One year later he won his first comedy competition "Alberta's funniest new comic".

•Rob worked through western Canada as a comedian for the next several years.

•July 2003 Rob was selected to perform in the Just for Laughs "homegrown" comedy competition in Montreal, Canada.

•Rob then caught a bus to NYC with $80 in his pocket then worked and lived at a hostel for two and a half months doing shows nightly at Joe Franklins comedy works on 8th.

•Later that year Rob flew to San Francisco to perform in The San Francisco comedy competition.

•Oct 15 2003 Rob won the much acclaimed 28th annual San Francisco Comedy Competition. 

•From there he caught a bus to Los Angeles.

•He Lived in LA for the next two years again at a hostel. Where he also performed  Wednesdays and Sundays. (The Hollywood Hostel on Schrader BLVD)

•November 2003 Rob was cast on MTV Punk'd .... Punking people like Jennifer Love Hewitt

•Rob did shows up and down the west coast. While doing weekly spots at the Melrose Improv.

•July of 2004 he was selected again to perform at the Just For Laughs comedy festival in the "New Faces" of comedy showcase.

•October of 2004 Rob filmed a performance on Comedy Centrals  Premium Blend.

•Returning to the road Rob toured North Americas clubs and bars and banquet halls occasionally returning to L.A. to audition for films or to shoot a pilot.

•July 2006 Rob shot a pilot for TBS called "One Night Stand Up". He was almost on other things too.

•October of 2007 Rob shot his first One hour comedy special on CTV's "Comedy Now!"  Comedy Now !!

•Rob then moved to Toronto, Canada where he currently resides.