Rob Warner is an LA-based actor, writer, comedian, singer, and lover of pizza. He's a performer in the Second City Premium show Trump in Space, the IO House Sketch Team Garden Party, and performs regularly at UCB with his indie improv teams The Agenda and Now 165!. He has published work in The Bold Italic and sung at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He has trained with Gunnar Todd Rohrbacher of the Actors Comedy Studio; Matt Newell, Jessica Eason and Paul Welsh at the Upright Citizen's Brigade; and his mom.
Originally from Boston, Rob caught the acting bug early and starred in a number of local productions like The Music Man (Harold Hill), Fiddler on the Roof (Tevye) and The Tempest (Prospero). After singing a capella at Brown University, Rob took a job in San Francisco at Google and worked in tech for 5 years before moving to LA to pursue acting and writing. He is currently working on producing a number of sketches with fellow comedians, his original web series Now What, and is excited to star in his first feature film, Stone Fruit, coming in 2018.