Rob Wells played "Joe" in the quirky 2004 movie A Hole In One.
As well as acting in the series, Rob Wells is also credited as a co-writer of the series The Trailer Park Boys.
Rob Wells and fellow actor Jean Paul Tremblay started experimenting in acting and directing by making their own short homemade films while while running a pizza restaurant on Prince Edward Island.
Whenever Rob Wells and his fellow The Trailer Park Boys actors make official public appearances they always stay in character.
In the original The Trailer Park Boys movie pilot (1999) Rob Wells played a pet assassin.
Rob Wells has a degree in Business from Saint Mary's University on Halifax.
Rob Well's father was once the top officer in the RCMP Forensic Crime Lab in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Rob Wells looks a lot like Peter Reveen who is a stage hypnotist that is well known for his performances in Canada.
Rob Wells actually owns the car driven by Mr. Lahey in the Trailer Park Boys series.
Rob Wells is three years younger than his actor friend John Paul Tremblay.
Robb Wells once worked as a travelling salesman with a bathroom fixture supply company where he won three best salesmen awards.
Robb Wells once worked in Bangor, Maine as a taxidermist's assistant.
Robb Wells starting chumming around fellow actor John Paul Tremblay and The Trailer Park Boys director Mike Clattenburg when they were in High School.
According to The Globe and Mail, Rob Wells is a distant cousin of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, both men being descendents of the same great-great-great-great-great grandfather, George Dobson.
Robb Wells once put on a play for his church, however it was cancelled after one showing because there was too much swearing in it.
Robb Wells was born in Moncton, New Brunswick and raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
Rob Wells: (On the hit show The Trailer Park Boys being nominated for a Gemini Award) I think it's pretty fucking awesome that we got nominated. It's a low-budget show that makes people laugh, and that's what it comes down to. It's good that we got nominated, but I don't think we have a hope in hell of winning.
Rob Wells: (On his The Trailer Park Boys character Ricky getting his grade 11) He's pretty happy getting past grade 10. He would like to further his education at some point. Maybe community college though. I don't know if it's going to be a grade 11 or not. Grade 11 is just too fucking hard. Too much work.
Rob Wells: (When asked who Raveen was) That's a great question... Even in Canada, not that many people know who Raveen is. He's a mentalist.