This San Francisco stand-up comedy legend is a strange cat with a wild history whose material is thoroughly original, incredibly detailed and conjures vivid images. Eccentric and random, Bob is a high energy performer who attacks his stage and is appreciated by those who crave something different. Bob has been credited as inspiring some of the world’s most talented and well known comedians.
A gifted writer, performer and actor, The Rube (as his fans like to call him) can currently be seen in various comedy clubs in Canada and the U.S. and was recently featured on the David Feldman Show where he put his hosts in stitches. His recent interview on one of the world’s most popular podcasts, Marc Maron’s WTF will air shortly.
Some of his latest movie roles include “Seesaw” in the feature film, Dead in 5 Heartbeats, and “Gorgeous George” in the hugely successful cult classic follow up, Boondock Saints 2 – All Saints Day. He was also one of seven artists followed in the documentary Off the Boulevard that was released to critical acclaim.
Earlier in his career, Bob played memorable roles in Rob Schneider’s The Animal (Revolution) and The Hot Chick (Disney) and lent his talented voice to the Disney cartoon, Brandy and Mr. Whiskers. He was seen on Late Friday (NBC), Roseanne (ABC) and various cable stand-up shows, and was a Head Writer and actor on the sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Special (FOX).
Bob was a regular guest on the wildly popular Alex Bennett show on San Francisco’s The KQAK and Live 105 radio stations, entertaining his listeners with his memorable and outrageous antics, (including interviewing Ozzy Osbourne in a chicken suit, not realizing the head he bit off was a bat’s).
Bob recently released a comedy CD recorded at the famous Purple Onion – one of its last shows - and is completing his forthcoming book, “Two Pumps and a Squirt: My Battle with Condiment Addiction” available later in 2014.
You can check out Bob Rubin on his website, rubetime.com.
Bob resides in Hollywood, California.
All shows are 18 & over with valid photo ID.
There is a two drink minimum per person.
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