Robert Clendenin is an American actor best known for his role as Earl on That 70's Show. Clendenin can also be seen in a number of commercials.
Robert transferred colleges to receive an MFA in acting because he thought "the world would be safer if he was not designing bridges."
Robert has green eyes and brown, receding hair.
If he could have a different career, Robert would do something with editing or architecture.
Three people Robert would like to have dinner with would be JJ Abrams, John Cleese, and Bill Murray.
Robert was an engineer in college.
Robert considers his biggest success to be making a living doing something he loves very much.
If Robert could change one thing about himself, he says it'd be to stop caring so much about what others think of him.
Robert did not have a regular job before becoming an actor.
Robert says his father was the greatest man he ever knew.
Robert says that the only thing on his 'bucket list' is to continue leading a happy, healthy life with his family.
Robert says he is not much of a thrill seeker.
When shopping for a new car, Robert says his most used app on his smartphone was the Kelly Blue Book app.
Janice Ian's "At Seventeen" makes Robert weep uncontrollable, or at least he says.
Robert has a pug named Helmut.
Robert resides in Burbank, California.
Out of his accomplishments, Robert says he is most proud of co-founding the Circle X Theatre Company.
Robert has a "flourishing" vegetable garden.
Robert once taught an SAT preparatory class.
After receiving an MFA in acting, Robert moved to Los Angeles in 1992.
Robert moved to Australia in the 1970's.
Robert is married to Erin Fiedler since 27 May 2001 and have 2 children.
Robert was married to Greer Shephard from 3 June 1995 till 1 December 1998.
Robert is 6'2" (1.88 m) and weighs 165 pounds.
Robert attended Penn State University where he earned a MFA in acting in 1990.
Robert went to Cornell Univerity where he earned a B.Sc. in Enginering in 1986.