Rob Corddry

comedian and actor

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Rob Corddry on KCRW

Rob Corddry is a comedian, writer and actor who stars in the Adult Swim show Children’s Hospital, as well as the HBO series Ballers. Rob’s song picks tackle the topics of love, procreation and real estate –all in a humorous fashion. He also pays tribute to his comedy inspiration, Steve Martin.

Rob Corddry

Rob Corddry is a comedian, writer and actor who stars in the Adult Swim show Children’s Hospital, as well as the HBO series Ballers. Rob’s song picks tackle the topics of love, procreation and real estate –all in a humorous fashion. He also pays tribute to his comedy inspiration, Steve Martin.

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