Rob Schneider Net Worth

Rob Schneider Net Worth, How did the professional actor and comedian acquire his wealth? Read on to find out more about Rob Schneider Net Worth, his life and career.

About Rob Schneider

Rob Schneider Net Worth

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Rob Schneider is an American screenwriter, actor, comedian, and director from San Francisco. He is mostly known for his roles in ‘The Waterboy’, ‘Hot Chick’, ‘Surf Ninjas’, ‘Judge Dredd’, ‘Coach’ and ‘Grown Ups’.

He is very famous in Hollywood right now, and he is a man with many talents.

So what is Rob Schneider Net Worth? Continue reading to find out more about Rob Schneider Net Worth.

Full Name: Robert Michael Schneider
Profession: Comedian, Actor
Date of Birth: October 31, 1963
Nationality: American
Age: 56
Net Worth: $15 Million

Rob Schneider Early Life and Career

His full name is Robert Michael Schneider. He was born in San Francisco California on the 31st of October, 1963. Schneider mostly grew up in the suburbs of Pacifica with his family.

Schneider’s mother was Catholic and his father was Jewish. Schneider has a mixed background because his grandmother was a Filipina who married his grandfather, a white American.

He has an older brother named John who is a producer. He graduated from Terra Nova High School in 1982 and later attended San Francisco State University.

Schneider started his stand up comedy in his high school, when he opened for the San Francisco band, ‘Head On’. After he graduated from high school, he set off to pursue his career in what he loved best, comedy. He started to perform in Bay Area nightclubs and in local radio stations.

Rob Schneider was the opening for big comedy stars such as Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno. He had a show for Dennis Miller in 1987.

The show earned him the HBO’s 13th Annual Young Comedians Special. Schneider also earned himself the position to be a writer at the late NBC comedy series, ‘Saturday Night Live’.

Between 1990 to 1994, he starred in movies such as ‘Tiny Elvis’, Richard Laymer’, Orgasm Guy’ and Schneider was also featured in ‘The Bad Boys of Saturday Night Live’. He left SNL in 1994 to pursue his career in movies.

Schneider starred in movies like ‘Surf Ninjas’, ‘Judge Dredd’, ‘Down Periscope’ and the TV series ‘Coach’. But, his big breakthrough was in 1998 when he starred in ‘The Waterboy’.

The following year, he also starred in movies including ‘Big Daddy’ and ‘Deuce Bigalow’. Bigalow was a big success and led to the next release of his next film ‘The Animal’. His next movie was ‘The Hot Chick’ which also was a big success.

Rob Schneider has lately been seen in the titular character of Rob, which is based on his own life in the CBS-TV comedy, ‘Rob’.

Highlights of Rob Schneider Career

Primetime Emmy Awards (Oustanding Individual Achievement, 1992) – Nominated

Judge Dredd (Movie, 1995)

The Waterboy (Movie, 1998)

Big Daddy (Movie, 1999)

The Animal (Movie, 2001)

The Hot Chick (Movie, 2002)

50 First Dates (Movie, 2004)

The Longest Yard (Movie, 2005)

Teen Choice Award (Choice Chemistry, 2006)

MTV Movie Awards (Sexiest Performance, 2006)

Big Stan (Movie, 2007)

Rob Schneider Net Worth

As of 2019, Rob Schneider Net Worth is $15 Million. Rob Schneider Net Worth is earned from his career as an actor and a comedian.

Rob Schneider Favorite Quotes

‘You can write 20 jokes, but only five of them will work and only two of those will kill. So the more you write, the more it increases your livelihood. You never really know until you get in front of a crowd, though. At ‘Saturday Night Live,’ you had the ability to find out if this crazy, wonderful idea you had was funny that Saturday night. If it was, you’d have a movie six months later. With stand-up, though, you can find out if something is funny that same night.’

‘My favorite memory for ‘Saturday Night Live’ was this sketch I did with Adam Sandler and Kirstie Alley,” Schneider recalled. “Adam and I were these Italian waiters and we were standing two feet away from each other and could barely hear each other because the audience was laughing so hard.’

‘There’s no opening act; it’s just me for 90 minutes. So I tell more stories about show business and really give the audience a show. It’s as close to old-school show business as I’ll ever get.’


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