Rob attended Weymouth High School in his hometown of Weymouth, MA.
In 2001, Rob appeared in a TV commercial for 1-800-CALL-ATT.
Rob's height is 5'11".
(As of 2006) Rob lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and daughter.
On October 3, 2006, Rob began writing articles on the SuicideGirls website.
Rob has appeared in a commercial on Comedy Central promoting Comedy Central's cartoon Ed, Edd n' Eddy.
In his last appearance on "The Daily Show," Rob aired a self-tribute to himself reflecting his four years on the show.
Rob hosted The Daily Show on February 9, 2006 when Jon Stewart was absent due to the birth of his second child.
While working on "The Daily Show," Rob frequently referenced Boston, Massachusetts, which he says is his hometown (even though he was born in Weymouth).
Rob graduated from UMass in 1993.
When Rob took over the "This Week in God" segment on "The Daily Show," he mentioned to the audience that he was an Episcopalian.
On June 12, 2006, Rob hosted the 10th annual Webby Awards ceremony.
Some of Rob's first jobs included handing out menus for a Mexican restaurant and working as a security guard at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Rob was a member of the Theta Chapter of the Theta Chi Fraternity while he attended UMass.
While attending the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Rob starred in a variety of plays, including Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and Romeo and Juliet.
Rob lasted justed two days as a journalism major at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst before switching his major to English.
Rob has been married to Sandra Corddry since 2002.
Rob is 5' 11" (1.80 m).
His daughter, Sloane Sullivan Corddry, was born on July 3, 2006 in New York City.
Rob took over the "This Week in God" duties, when former correspondent, Stephen Colbert left the show for his own.
Rob and wife Sandra are expecting their first child (a girl) in July 2006.
He is the older brother of fellow Daily Show correspondent Nate Corddry.
Rob Cordrry: If people see me in some sort of niche, then that's fine. As long as it's not The Naked Guy, I don't care.
Rob: (on hearing that a lot of young Americans get their news from "The Daily Show") Only fair ... I get most of my comedy from Fox News.
Rob: I remember saying in college, probably hiking to the top of a mountain and yelling, that I would never do commercials. The only thing I would ever advertise is Mountain Dew or Apple Computers...products I really believe in. But once I found out how much an Off-Off-Broadway actor makes, I was whoring myself out the next day.
Rob: (to Jon Stewart, who asked Rob about leaving "The Daily Show" on a poop joke) I have to stay true to myself, Jon.
Rob: (on "The Daily Show," referring to his last week) I've got like a week and a half left, all bets are off.