In 1994, Rob Corddry moved to New York and started his city life with early paying jobs as a security guard at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and handing out menus for a Mexican restaurant. He soon landed acting jobs, and was even included in the National Shakespeare Company’s year-long tour. Training in improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Corddry performed regularly with the sketch comedy group Naked Babies and spent two years with Third Rail Comedy, also a sketch comedy group.
The first Rob Corddry appearance on television was on Upright Citizens Brigade on Comedy Central from 1998 to 2000. In 2002, he auditioned for The Daily Show and got accepted. In 2006, a Rob Corddry appearance was seen as the host of the 10th annual Webby Awards ceremony.
Corddry also became the host of This Week in God when Stephen Colbert left to host his own show, and he even hosted an episode of The Daily Show in the absence of Jon Stewart. For four years, Corddry stayed with The Daily Show until his last day, August 21, 2006, when he left to work on other projects such as the TV series The Winner.
Corddry’s other notable roles include an appearance in Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, where he is the main character, and in The Heartbreak Kid with Ben Stiller. Corddry also appeared in Old School, Blades of Glory, Semi-Pro, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, Failure to Launch, Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, and What Happens in Vegas….
His other television work includes appearing in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development, and Corddry even lent his voice on Cartoon Network’s Weighty Decisions.
**Rob Corddry Speaker**
In addition to working in film and television, another perfect Rob Corddry speaker topic is his experience in theater.
**Rob Corddry Appearance**
Best known for his cocky attitude during interviews, his work as a correspondent was a favorite of fans who loved to see a Rob Corddry appearance on the The Daily Show.
**Rob Corddry Endorsement**
Aside from products bearing a Rob Corddry endorsement, there is also a commercial for Cartoon Network’s Ed, Edd ‘n’ Eddy series featuring his voice.
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