Rob has been in many national, regional and international commercials for Capital One, Dell, Athena Health, FedEx, Time Warner Cable, Audi, Lipton Iced Tea, Wells Fargo, ServiceNow, US Cellular, Courtyard by Marriott, Bank of America, Heineken, Quickbooks, Taco Bell, State Farm, Breyer’s, Diet Coke, Exxon, Budweiser and many more.
The Commercials Gym, the popular on-camera commercials class from the actors’ point of view, which he teaches with fabulous session director Jolene Kay, is now in its eighth year.
He also teaches for Alyson Horn and Ross Lacy at The Commercial Class. He’s done seminars on auditioning for commercials as well as theatrically and teaches at his studio An Actor’s Space and coaches privately.
Rob works regularly in TV and Film. Credits include Star Trek Discovery, Castle, Velvet Buzzsaw, Straight Outta Compton, Argo, People Like Us, Criminal Minds Beyond Borders, Bosch, Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Men, Major Crimes, Breaking Bad, Boston Legal, and many others.
As a Voice Over artist he’s done several video games including The Evil Within, Murdered: Soul Suspect, Killzone 3 and Brimstone-Grand Theft Auto 5 as well as radio and TV spots.
Jolene Kay has been a constant in television and film for more than a decade.
She has appeared in countless commercials for companies like Home Depot, Nissan, Toyota, Dr. Scholls, Naked Juice, Nespresso, Coca-Cola, Best Buy, Cigna, American Airlines, Farmers Insurance, and more.
Her numerous film and television credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, House of Lies, Star Trek, Colony, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Rizzoli & Isles, and Flaked.
Additionally, Jolene has worked for many years as a well-respected session director in casting, allowing her a unique perspective in the classroom, where she brings her experience as both an actor, and someone who works side-by-side with casting directors, into her training.
She believes firmly that you cannot teach an actor how to “book a job.” You can only teach them how to be the most authentic version of themselves in the room, to have fun and enjoy the process of telling a story, and that is the simple secret to success.