Rob Riggle, a US Marine-turned-actor got TV fame through his work as a contributor to Comedy Central’s The Daily Show (2006- 2008) and Saturday Night Live (2004- 2005).
Over the years, Riggle has appeared in many comedy films: The Hangover (2009), 21 Jump Street (2012), How to Be a Latin Lover (2017) and Night School (2018).
Since 2012, the American actor serves as prognostication in Fox NFL Sunday, replacing Frank Caliendo.
How Much Is Rob Riggle’s Net Worth In 2020?
Turned professional since 1998, Rob Riggle records 127 acting credits through TV series & films. According to Celebrity Net Worth, 50-year-old Riggle has a net worth of $10 million as of April 2020.
Along with his job in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, he, concurrently, continued his passion for acting. After 13 years of service as Lieutenant Colonel, Public Affairs Officer in Marine Corps Reserve, Riggle retired on January 1, 2013.
He started through Upright Citizens Brigade Theater with partner Rob Huebel & got his comedy breakthrough from Saturday Night Live (2004- 2005, 20 episodes).
In 2006, the Louisville, Kentucky-born military veteran became a regular correspondent of The Daily Show until 2008 (86 episodes); then, it was hosted by Jon Stewart as The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (1999- 2015).
Even if Rob keeps his payroll detail low-key, he allegedly earns in the 6-digit figure per year- thanks to his venture in films & TV series.
Also, on average, a US Marine Corps member earns a salary of $50,200 annually.
Any Career Updates? Rob is set to star in the 2020 family comedy ‘The War with Grandpa’ and as a voice-over of The Todd in ‘The Ark and the Aardvark’ (post-production).
Journey In Film Career & Success
Before stints in Saturday Night Live and The Daily Show, Rob Riggle, in the late 90s & early 2000s, worked in Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1998- 2004) and Upright Citizens Brigade (1998- 2000).
In 2003, he made his film debut through Pushing Tom; it followed his appearance in Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story (2004) and Terrorists (2004).
Riggle appeared in the 2008 film Step Brothers starring Will Ferrell and Adam McKay; it became is the first-ever movie to gross over $100 million in the box-office.
He portrayed Officer Franklin in the 2009 box-office blockbuster The Hangover featuring Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis; it collected $467.5 million over the budget of $35 million.
Riggle earned a featured role Mr. Walters in buddy cop action comedy, 21 Jump Street (2012), where he shared the screen with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.
Further appearance in commercially successful films include Dumb and Dumber To (2014), Let’s Be Cops (2014), My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) and Night School (2018).
Appearances In TV Series
Throughout his acting journey of over 2 decades, Riggle has appeared in many TV series: Gary Unmarried (2009- 2010), NTSF:SD:SUV:: (2011- 2013), Modern Family (2013- 19, 7 episodes) and Angie Tribeca (2017).
|Night School (2018) starring Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart||$29 million||$103.1 million|
|12 Strong (2018)||$35 million||$71.1 million|
|How to Be a Latin Lover (2017)||$10- $13 million||$62.6 million|
|My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016)||$18 million||$90.6 million|
|Dumb and Dumber To (2014) alongside Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels||$50 million||$169.8 million|
|Let’s Be Cops (2014)||$17 million||$138.2 million|
|21 Jump Street (2012)||$54.7 million||$201.5 million|
|The Hangover (2009)||$35 million||$467.5 million|
|Step Brothers (2008)||$65 million||$128.1 million|
Moreover, Rob Riggle has voiced in hit-animated films:
- The Lorax (2012)- Collected $348.8 million over $70 million budget
- Hotel Transylvania (2012)– Grossed $358.4 million ($85 million budget)
- Hotel Transylvania 2 (2015)– Made $474.8 million in box-office ($80 million budget)
Endorsements & Potential Instagram Earnings
Riggle took the role of Colonel Sanders in the KFC ad campaigns in September 2016; Norm Macdonald and Darrell Hammond formerly portrayed Colonel Sanders.
An avid user of social media platform, Rob has over 293K followers on Instagram while his Twitter followers count 1.5 million.
According to Influencer Marketing Hub, his Instagram account (1.58% engagement rate) can earn him in the range of $876 – $1,460 per sponsored post.
Father Of 2: Where Does Riggle Live?
The 6 ft. 2 inches tall comedian/actor enjoys a blissful relationship with his girlfriend-turned-wife Tiffany Riggle, an interior designer.
They married in 2000 & shares 2 children together: son George & a daughter Abby.
The family of 4 currently lives in Los Angeles, California; formerly, they lived in New York City before their move in 2009.
The median house price in Los Angeles is $752,508.
Active In Charity Works
Riggle is an active charity worker & supports causes like adoption, fostering, mental challenges, conservation, creative arts and education.
He has associations with many non-profit organizations:
- Cats Care
- Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation
- Conservation International
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Stand Up To Cancer
- United Service Organization
- We Advance
- ENOUGH Project
Rob was born Robert Allen Riggle Jr. on April 21, 1970, in Louisville, Kentucky, the USA. His father Robert Allen Riggle worked in an insurance company while mother Sandra Riggle is a homemaker.
After his family moved to Overland Park, Kansas, Riggle attended Shawnee Mission South High School & later enrolled at the University of Kansas; he graduated in 1992 with a B.A. in Theater and Film.
In 1997, the American comedian obtained a Master of Public Administration degree from Webster University.