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ROB LOCKE has been a working actor for more than twenty years.
Since moving to Los Angeles at the end of 2008, Rob has played an extensive repertoire of roles in feature
films (including Beyond the Lights, AWOL-72 and Default), television shows (including Ray Donovan,
Scorpion, NCIS: Los Angeles, Marvel’s Agent Carter, General Hospital, 2 Broke Girls, Hot in Cleveland,
You’re the Worst, Family Tools, Henry Danger and Jimmy Kimmel Live!) and video games (including Mass
Effect 3 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim).
Rob grew up in London, England. He performed regularly in youth theatre until the age of 20, when he was
cast as a recurring guest star on a then-prominent children’s television show. For the ensuing decade, he
was a regular actor on several scripted series in Britain, as well as a nationally recognized television host.
Rob’s innate versatility, unimpeachable comic timing and richly nuanced character development, allow him to
successfully straddle (and frequently blur) the line between comedy and drama. A prodigious aptitude for
languages and international dialects (Russian in particular, which he speaks fluently) has made him one of
the go-to actors for Eastern European roles, particularly in the world of sitcoms. Rob’s wheelhouse of
characters will either kill you with laughter or laugh while they kill you!
Rob has a palpable presence and mesmeric manner, both on- and off-screen. Aside from the uncanny
physical and vocal resemblance, his talents and larger-than-life demeanor are often likened to a young
Orson Welles or John Rhys-Davies.