Rob Schneider Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Rob Schneider net worth is
$16 Million

Rob Schneider Wiki Biography

Robert Michael Schneider, was born on 31 October 1963, in San Francisco, California USA into a Christian and Jewish family, with Polish-Jewish (father) and Filipino (mother) descent. Rob Schneider is an actor and comedian, perhaps best known for his appearances in such movies as “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo”, “Grown Ups”, “The Hot Chick” among others. What is more, Rob is also a director and screenwriter. During his career Schneider has been nominated for such awards as Primetime Emmy Award, MTV Movie Award, Blockbuster Entertainment Award and Teen Choice Award. As Rob has been working in movie and television industries for almost 30 years, there is no surprise that he is one of the most famous comedians.

So how rich is Rob Schneider? It is estimated that Rob’s net worth is about $16 million, the main source of his wealth being his work as an actor ,and also his appearances as a comedian. In addition to this, Rob’s career as a screenwriter and director also adds to his net worth.

Rob Schneider Net Worth $16 Million

Rob started his career as a comedian when he was still studying in school, later performing at various bars and clubs. In 1987 Rob appeared in the HBO’s Annual Young Comedians special, and soon he was noticed by the producers of the television show, called “Saturday Night Live”, on which Rob was invited to work as one of the writers. This had a huge impact on the growth of Rob’s net worth and popularity. After working only as a writer for “Saturday Night Live”, Rob himself started appearing on the show, portraying different characters.

Despite the success Rob had while working on this show, he decided to leave and began working in the movie industry as well. Some of the first movies that he appeared in after leaving the “Saturday Night Live” include “Surf Ninjas”, “Demolition Man”, “The Beverly Hillbillies”, “Judge Dredd” and others. All these appearances added to Rob Schneider’s net worth. In 1999 Rob acted in one of his most famous movies, entitled “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo”. During the making of this film Rob had an opportunity to work with William Forsythe, Eddie Griffin, Adam Sandler, Arija Bareikis among others. In 2008 Rob worked as the director on the movie entitled “Big Stan”, which was quite successful and it proved that Rob is not only a talented actor and comedian but a director as well. Clearly, his activities as a director affected his net worth.

Other movies that Schneider has appeared in include “Jack & Jill”, “American Virgin”, “Life Outside”, “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan”, “The Benchwarmers” and others. Rob still continues his career and there is no doubt that the list of the movies that he has appeared in will only become longer, already approaching 50.

If to talk about Rob’s personal life, it can be said that in 1988 he married London King and they have a child, but their marriage ended after two years. In 2002 he was married for the second time, to Helena, but this marriage also ended up in divorce. In 2011 Rob married Patricia Azarcoya, with whom he lives up until now, with one child. All in all, despite the fact that Rob has experienced criticism for his humor and his work, he still continues working on new projects and proving that he is a very talented actor and comedian.

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Full Name Rob Schneider
Net Worth $16 Million
Date Of Birth October 31, 1963
Place Of Birth San Francisco, California, United States
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Weight 79 kg
Profession Comedian, Screenwriter, Actor, Film director, Voice Actor, Film Producer, Television producer
Education Terra Nova High School, DePaul University, Oak Hill Academy
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Patricia Azarcoya Schneider (m. 2011), London King (m. 1988–1990)
Children Elle King, Miranda Scarlett Schneider
Parents Pilar Schneider, Marvin Schneider
Siblings John Schneider, April Schneider, Byron Strickland
Nicknames Robert Michael Schneider , Robert Michael “Rob” Schneider
Awards Prix Médicis étranger
Music Groups The Apples in Stereo, Major Organ and the Adding Machine, Ulysses, Signal in the Sky, That’s My Family, Energy
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing – Variety Series, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Chemistry, MTV Movie Award for Sexiest Performance
Movies The Hot Chick, Grown Ups, The Animal, 50 First Dates, Big Stan, Norm of the North, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, The Benchwarmers, The Ridiculous 6, Big Daddy, The Waterboy, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry…
TV Shows Rob, Men Behaving Badly, Real Rob, Jancis Robinson’s Wine Course
# Trademark
1 Often plays characters of different nationalities
2 Frequently appears in Adam Sandler films either with a large role or a small cameo.
3 Known for his famous line “You can do it”
Title Salary
The Animal (2001) $1,000,000 +
# Quote
1 You know you’re successful in show business when people start suing you. Now there’s another level to it. When people start saying you’re dead.
2 [on stand-up comedy] I’m still figuring it out. I delve into what’s interesting to me. The fact that 400 people in America make more money combined than the 150 million people at the lower end of the tier is pretty outrageous. But where’s the joke? People aren’t going there to hear what I think about politics. They wanna laugh. I talk about my marriage, my family and stuff that people can, hopefully, relate to.
3 “People don’t ask Andre Agassi, ‘You know you’re the No. 1 tennis player in the world … have you thought about polo?'” – When asked if he’d ever consider a dramatic role.
4 (On why he chose to leave Saturday Night Live (1975) in 1994 after four seasons): “It was time to graduate”.
5 The real reason I decided on show business was to avoid a day job.
# Fact
1 Welcomed his third daughter, Madeline Robbie Schneider, on September 14, 2016. Her mother is Schneider’s third wife, Patricia Schneider.
2 After securing Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern for Home Alone (1990), Chris Columbus felt confident enough to cast actors who were his heroes growing up like Catherine O’Hara after seeing her work on SCTV (1976), as well as John Heard and then Tim Curry and Schneider on Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) because they were all open to the films.
3 (November 16, 2012) Has a daughter, Miranda Scarlett Schneider with his third wife, Patricia Schneider.
4 Huge fan of the San Fransisco 49ers.
5 Can often be seen in San Francisco having lunch with old friends in corner delis.
6 Republican.
7 Schneider got into a vocal feud with film critic Patrick Goldstein for his derisive opinion of his films by questioning his fitness to comment because he didn’t win any journalistic awards. Another film critic, Roger Ebert, entered the argument by noting that he himself won a Pulitizer Prize for his film criticism and thus felt entitled to say to Schneider, “Your film sucks.” Despite the conflict, when Ebert fell seriously ill, Schneider sent a large bouquet of flowers with a note saying “Your least favorite actor, Rob Schneider.” Ebert was deeply moved by his gesture and noted that Schneider was a good man despite the quality of his films and hoped to see him in a good film he could praise.
8 Featured in the song, “Original Prankster”, by The Offspring, with his trademark line, “You can do it”.
9 [July 24, 2007] Appeared in drag as actress Lindsay Lohan on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) when Lohan cancelled.
10 Is good friends with actor Adam Sandler.
11 Is a San Francisco Giants fan
12 Daughter Elle Elle King appeared in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999) as a Girl of America selling cookies.
13 [1996] Was an emergency guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) when Charlie Sheen suddenly canceled on the day he was scheduled. Schneider was in the adjacent studio taping Men Behaving Badly (1996) when he gladly accepted the request to take Sheen’s place on very short notice.
14 Attended WWE’s WrestleMania 21 (2005) in April 2005.
15 He and comedian Adam Sandler are close friends, appearing in one another’s movies: The Hot Chick (2002), The Animal (2001), Little Nicky (2000), and Big Daddy (1999), among others.
16 His mother, Pilar Schneider, appeared in his films The Hot Chick (2002), as the head judge at the cheerleading conference, and The Animal (2001), as Mrs. De La Rosa.
17 Drives a silver Porsche Carerra cabriolet identical to the one he drove in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999).
18 His mother, Pilar Schneider, is featured in a cameo role in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999)–as the old woman at the restaurant Deuce goes to for his blind date with Kate (Arija Bareikis).
19 Has a daughter, Elle Tanner Schneider (Elle King) (born 1989) with ex-wife London King.
20 Has a collection of Hawaiian shirts.
21 His brother, John Schneider, previously served as his manager.
22 Has a treasured painting of Jack Lord of Hawaii Five-O (1968), whom he saw crossing a lobby while on a family vacation in Oahu when he was 8. He found the portrait in a vintage shop in San Francisco.
23 Inspired by the work of Monty Python, Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder, and Peter Sellers.
24 Has nearly 50 celebrity impersonations and odd voices.
25 Saturday Night Live (1975) producer Lorne Michaels spotted Rob on HBO’s The 13th Annual Young Comedians Special (1989) in 1990 and signed him up as a writer on SNL.
26 He honed his act at San Francisco comedy clubs opening for the likes of Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dana Carvey.
27 His apartment is surrounded by 1950s rattan furniture, a tiki lamp, and a pair of Eskimo snowshoes.
28 Has a passion for collecting stuff.
29 Spends many of his evenings hanging out with his pals working on scripts.
30 Has a two-bedroom apartment in San Francisco in Nob Hill.
31 Got his first break with an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman (1982) in 1987.
32 Has a sister named April Schneider, born in 1959.
33 His father, Marvin Schneider, was a real-estate broker.
34 His mother, Pilar Schneider, is a former elementary school teacher who at one time served on Pacifica’s school board.
35 Youngest of five children.
36 Graduated from Pacifica’s Terra Nova High School.
37 Rob’s paternal grandfather, Solomon Schneider, was a Polish Jewish immigrant (from Galicia), while Rob’s paternal grandmother, Ann Molly Hoffman, was a Russian Jewish immigrant. Rob’s maternal grandfather, Ulysses Stanley Monroe, who was born in Michigan, had Scottish and English ancestry, while Rob’s maternal grandmother, Victoria Estacio, was a Filipino (Rob’s maternal grandparents had met when his grandfather was in the army). Rob grew up in the San Francisco suburb of Pacifica, in the area known as Park Pacifica, or “the back of the valley”.
38 Likes to wear 1970s clothes.

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