Daniel Roebuck

Biography: He performed at age nine in local events, and by age 13, Daniel Randall Roebuck had traveled the tri-state area as a clown in a regional circus. He continued to hone his craft by acting, directing and writing plays and performing a magic act at local area clubs that evolved into a stand-up comedy routine. Making the move to Los Angeles at age 21, Roebuck won stage roles in such presentations as the U.S. premiere of Sarcophagus at L.A.T.C., No Time for Sergeants and the world premiere stagings of Holy Toledo and Who Killed Orson Welles. He won praise for one of his first movie roles, the haunting, stoned-out teenage murderer, in Tim Hunter's searing drama, River's Edge. A familiar face to fans of the hit TV series Matlock, in which he played legal assistant Cliff Lewis for three seasons, Roebuck has logged roles in such telefilms as Caught in the Crossfire, Runaway Father, the small screen remake of The Dirty Dozen and The Killing Mind on Lifetime. . He also shared a small pieceHe performed at age nine in local events, and by age 13, Daniel Randall Roebuck had traveled the tri-state area as a clown in a regional circus. He continued to hone his craft by acting, directing and writing plays and performing a magic act at local area clubs that evolved into a stand-up comedy routine. Making the move to Los Angeles at age 21, Roebuck won stage roles in such presentations as the U.S. premiere of Sarcophagus at L.A.T.C., No Time for Sergeants and the world premiere stagings of Holy Toledo and Who Killed Orson Welles. He won praise for one of his first movie roles, the haunting, stoned-out teenage murderer, in Tim Hunter's searing drama, River's Edge. A familiar face to fans of the hit TV series Matlock, in which he played legal assistant Cliff Lewis for three seasons, Roebuck has logged roles in such telefilms as Caught in the Crossfire, Runaway Father, the small screen remake of The Dirty Dozen and The Killing Mind on Lifetime. . He also shared a small piece of television history with a role in the episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation which resurrected Leonard Nimoy's Mr. Spock and introduced the new TV series.

Marital History

Leslie Roebuck (1983 - 1987) (divorced)
Kelly Roebuck (1994 - present; 2 children)

Agent for Daniel Roebuck (agent manager)

Leslie Allan-Rice
Leslie Allan-Rice Management
1007 Maybrook Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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Daniel Roebuck's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
Average career score: 49
Highest Metascore: 87 The Fugitive
Lowest Metascore: 25 Double Take
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 14
  2. Negative: 4 out of 14
14 movie reviews
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Dead Night Jul 27, 2018 Jack Sterling tbd
tbd Getting Grace Mar 23, 2018 Director / Producer / Writer / Bill tbd
tbd Let There Be Light Oct 27, 2017 Norm 5.5
35 31 Oct 21, 2016 Pastor Victor 7.0
48 Phantasm: Ravager Oct 7, 2016 Demeter 5.5
50 Soaked in Bleach Jun 11, 2015 Tom Grant 8.2
53 John Dies at the End Jan 25, 2013 Largeman 6.8
53 That's What I Am Apr 29, 2011 Mr. Nichol 5.3
51 Finding Amanda Jun 30, 2008 Link 6.6
tbd Bryan Loves You Oct 31, 2007 Professor Spine tbd
32 Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London Mar 12, 2004 Mr. Banks 4.5
57 Bubba Ho-tep Sep 26, 2003 Hearse Driver 7.5
41 Agent Cody Banks Mar 14, 2003 Mr. Banks / Mr. Banks 4.3
tbd Hansel & Gretel Oct 18, 2002 Dad 5.3
25 Double Take Jan 12, 2001 Agent Norville 8.8
36 Final Destination Mar 17, 2000 Agent Weine 8.7
47 U.S. Marshals Mar 6, 1998 Deputy Marshal Bobby Biggs / Deputy Marshal Bobby Biggs tbd
87 The Fugitive Aug 6, 1993 Biggs 8.8
73 River's Edge May 8, 1987 Samson tbd