Rob Reiner has been nominated for three Directors Guild of America Awards for Best Director and four Golden Globe Awards for Best Director.
Rob Reiner is a member of the Social Responsibility Task Force.
Rob Reiner was opposed to a law requiring girls under 18 to seek parental consent to an abortion.
Rob Reiner is Jewish.
Rob Reiner is the son of Carl Reiner, who is a writer, actor and producer as well.
Rob Reiner has directed, produced, and written over 60 movies.
Rob Reiner was married to Penny Marshall from 1971 until 1979. He later married Michele Singer in 1989 and as of 2007, they are still married.
Rob Reiner loves to listen to the Beach Boys.
Rob Reiner graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1964.
Rob Reiner owns his own production company called CastleRock.
In 2002, Rob Reiner was listed as the director of three movies that were ranked in the American Film Institute's list of Top 100 U.S. love stories. They were When Harry Met Sally ranked number 25, The American President ranked number 75, and The Princess Bride ranked number 88.
In 1978, Rob Reiner was the producer, co-writer and co-star with then wife Penny Marshall in the TV movie More Than Friends.
In 2000, Rob Reiner was a supporter for Al Gore during the presidential election.
In 1974, Rob Reiner helped co-write the very first episode of Happy Days.
In 1998, Robert Reiner spearheaded a ballot initiative in California to add a tax on cigarettes to pay for early childhood development programs. It passed by a narrow margin.
Robert Reiner has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is located right next to his father's star.
Robert Reiner's best friend is legendary comedian Billy Cyrstal. They were born only eight days apart in New York.
Robert Reiner has been married twice.
During the filming of All In The Family, Rob wore a toupee.
His height is 6'2" tall.
Rob Reiner joined the long list of celebrities lampooned by South Park. It happened in South Park episode 109 entitled "Butt Out."
Rob Reiner: I like writing because you can make things happen and turn out the way they never do in real life.
Rob Reiner: I know how sobering and exhausting parenthood is. But the reality is that our children's future depends on us as parents. Because we know that the first years truly last forever.
Rob Reiner: Everybody talks about wanting to change things and help and fix, but ultimately all you can do is fix yourself. And that's a lot. Because if you can fix yourself, it has a ripple effect.
Rob Reiner: Every single person in jail for a violent crime had a nightmare childhood.
Rob Reiner: I could win the Nobel Prize and they'd write 'Meathead wins the Nobel Prize.'
Rob Reiner: (talking about Carroll O'Connor) He couldn't have been more different from Archie Bunker. He cared about the little guy. He shone a light on bigotry and ignorance and hope. Arguably, he created the single most indelible character in the history of American television.