Rob Bartlett

Biography: Brooklyn "businessman" Sal Monella, conservative icon Rush Limbaugh, Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame disc jockey Scott Muni, gossip columnist Liz Smith, "Godfather of Soul" James Brown, ice cream magnate Tom Carvel, Hindu standup comic Shecky Bhuta, "The Wacky Paki," "Bubba" and Roger Clinton, American-bashing Japanese comedian Buddy Miyagi, venerable blues singer "Blind Mississippi White Boy Pig's Feet Dupris," the Once-and-Future Heavyweight Champion of the World Iron Mike Tyson, and all four of the Beatles.
A guest list from "The Dinner Party From Hell"? No, these are merely some of the myriad alter-egos of comedian, writer and actor, Rob Bartlett, whose talents can be heard every morning on the nationally syndicated "Imus in the Morning" radio program.
In 1978, during a leave of absence from Alfred University in upstate New York where he was an English and theater major, Rob started his career as a stand-up comic at "Richard M. Dixon's White House Inn", a talent showcase
Brooklyn "businessman" Sal Monella, conservative icon Rush Limbaugh, Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame disc jockey Scott Muni, gossip columnist Liz Smith, "Godfather of Soul" James Brown, ice cream magnate Tom Carvel, Hindu standup comic Shecky Bhuta, "The Wacky Paki," "Bubba" and Roger Clinton, American-bashing Japanese comedian Buddy Miyagi, venerable blues singer "Blind Mississippi White Boy Pig's Feet Dupris," the Once-and-Future Heavyweight Champion of the World Iron Mike Tyson, and all four of the Beatles.
A guest list from "The Dinner Party From Hell"? No, these are merely some of the myriad alter-egos of comedian, writer and actor, Rob Bartlett, whose talents can be heard every morning on the nationally syndicated "Imus in the Morning" radio program.
In 1978, during a leave of absence from Alfred University in upstate New York where he was an English and theater major, Rob started his career as a stand-up comic at "Richard M. Dixon's White House Inn", a talent showcase club run by the presidential look-alike. In the early years, Rob supported himself by day as an elevator operator and telephone salesman for radio advertising. It was at Dixon's club where Rob met a 17-year-old Eddie Murphy, and the two became fast friends as well as two-thirds of the improvisational trio "The Identical Triplets."
When the group broke up shortly after Eddie's debut on Saturday Night Live, Rob went on as a solo act and became a headliner in comedy clubs and colleges across the country. In 1986, Rob became a regular in-studio guest of Don Imus at radio station WNBC 66AM. When the station was sold and the "Imus in The Morning Show" moved to the WFAN studios in Astoria, Rob became a contract player, writing and performing some of the show's more popular cast of characters.
Rob's television credits include starring roles on the Paramount/CBS comedy specials "What's Alan Watching?" and "Move the Crowd." In addition, he has appeared twice as attorney Milton Schoenfeld in "Law and Order--SVU".
He is the author of the Broadway play "More To Love--A Big Fat Comedy" and recieved rave reviews for his portrayal of dictatorial TV commercial director Marcus Gordon in Rob Ackerman's play "Tabletop", which won the 2001 Drama Desk Award for "Best Ensemble Cast".

He has done his standup act on "Late Night with David Letterman", the "MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour", "Standup Spotlight" on VH1, and the television classic "The Joe Franklin Show". He wrote and starred in his own Public Television special, "Rob Bartlett's Not For Profit T.V." which was produced by CPTV. He can be seen on a number of national television commercials, most notably for Dunkin' Donuts and Wendy's.
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Rob Bartlett's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 68
Highest Metascore: 68 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 68 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 4 Sep 27, 2002 Milton Schoenfeld 9.6
tbd Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 3 Sep 28, 2001 Milton Schoenfeld 8.5
tbd Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 2 Oct 20, 2000 Milton Schoenfeld 8.6
68 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 1 Sep 20, 1999 Milton Schoenfeld 8.3