Birthdate: October 31, 1963
Birthplace: San Francisco, California
Occupations: Actor, Writer, Comedian
Education: Terra Nova High School, Pacifica, CA
ROB SCHNEIDER recently appeared as the Delivery Guy in Columbia Pictures' hit comedy, "Big Daddy," and as the "You Can Do It" guy in "The Waterboy." His other screen credits include "Knock Off," "Judge Dredd," "Demolition Man," "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York," "Down Periscope" and "Susan's Plan." His most recent big screen appearance is in "Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo".

Born in San Francisco, Schneider began writing jokes at age 15 in addition to appearing at local comedy club venues. He was exposed to comedy through albums and films and recalls being inspired by Monty Python, Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder and Peter Sellers.

He got his first big break on DAVID LETTERMAN's late night show in 1987. Three years later after appearing on HBO's 13th Annual "Young Comedians Special", he was spotted by "Saturday Night Live" producer, Lorne Michaels. Originally hired to write, but wanting to perform, Schneider got his wish by writing and performing from day one. His characterizations as well as his impersonations led him to become a popular cast member during his four-year stint on the late-night show. Schneider also starred in the NBC series "Men Behaving Badly."