Rob Riggle

Rob Riggle And PXG Team For New Golf Web Series

Actor and comedian Rob Riggle already has one golf-themed show — the extreme miniature golf game show Holey Moley on ABC — and now he’s teaming with equipment maker PXG for a web-based series. Before his memorable roles in movies like The Hangover, 21 & 22 Jump...
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Rob Riggle Is Reportedly Dating A Professional Athlete

Rob Riggle is reportedly dating a professional golfer. According to TMZ Sports, Riggle is dating Kasia Kay after they went official on Instagram. They're also putting emojis in the captions for each other. This is Riggle's first relationship since it was announced that he and his ex-wife Tiffany would be...
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Rob Riggle dating pro golfer and ‘Holey Moley’ contestant Kasia Kay

Rob Riggle is dating former contestant from his game show “Holey Moley,” Kasia Kay. The pair went Instagram official on June 22 when the 35-year-old professional golfer posted a photo with the 52-year-old comedian alongside caption, “So proud of you ❤️ @robriggle.”. Riggle then commented...

IN Conversation with Rob Riggle

In 1994, while stationed in Corpus Christie, Texas, with the Marine Corps, Overland Park native Rob Riggle wrote down on a piece of paper, “I want to be on Saturday Night Live.” Ten years later, Riggle got a call from Lorne Michaels inviting him to join the cast.

Martha Stewart, Rob Riggle & Joe Tessitore Land Unscripted Specials At ABC As Network Unveils Summer Slate

Click here to read the full article. Martha Stewart is hosting a tag sale and Rob Riggle and Joe Tessitore are fronting a rescue dog show for ABC. The network has ordered two one-off specials after unveiling its summer lineup on non-scripted series, which includes a slew of renewals and new titles as well as the long-delayed launch of Jimmy Kimmel and Mark Burnett-produced game show Generation Gap. It comes after the Disney-owned network canceled a slew of unscripted series including Alec Baldwin-fronted game show Match Game, Celebrity Dating Game and The Hustler. The Great American Tag Sale with Martha Stewart will see...

Phoenix Open Pro-Am includes Larry Fitzgerald, Emmitt Smith, Rob Riggle

Arizona Cardinals all-time leading receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Golf Channel correspondent Alexandra O’Laughlin, the NFL’s all-time leading rusher Emmitt Smith and actor/comedian Rob Riggle are among the early list of celebrities who will be playing in the Annexus Pro-Am at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course.

Rob Riggle Set to Host Veterans Day Special ‘American Valor: A Salute to Our Heroes’

The American Veterans Center will roll out another installment of its annual Veterans Day TV special, American Valor: A Salute to Our Heroes, airing this weekend with Rob Riggle back in the hosting seat. Joining Riggle on the broadcast is a long list of bold-faced names who will be sharing stories of service, valor and sacrifice, including Tom Cruise, Tim Allen, Jessica Chastain, Jamie Lee Curtis, Giancarlo Esposito, Mark Hamill, Robin Roberts, Liev Schreiber, Jay Cutler, Ted Danson, Adam DeVine, Lisa Edelstein, Rachael Harris, Ray Romano, Mary Steenburgen and Michael Strahan. The United States Air Force Band will be featured with...

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Rob Riggle: POW, I Love the Jayhawks

Many know actor Rob Riggle as the guy who played a correspondent on The Daily Show. Or maybe him talking about the Catalina Wine Mixer with Will Ferrell in Step Brothers. But Riggle is a Jayhawk. He’s a 1992 graduate with a degree in theater and film and comes back to Lawrence, a place that shaped him into the person he is today, as often as he can. Riggle’s career path is one of perseverance and patience. He served in the Marines for 23 years and served in Afghanistan. He sorted through rubble at Ground Zero after 9/11. And while he was in the Marines reserve in New York City, he toiled in the comedy clubs, perfecting a craft and a dream that sometimes seemed out of reach. In a lesson that all of us can take to heart, his drive to fulfill his dream outweighed his thoughts of not even trying because his goal was too hard to reach.
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Actor Rob Riggle leads way during the entertainment portion of Late Night in the Phog

The 16,000 or so fans who attended Friday’s 37th-annual Late Night in the Phog certainly approved of the guest host. Actor Rob Riggle of “Hangover” and “Saturday Night Live” fame, among other credits, started the evening’s festivities by standing in the upper deck, northwest corner of Allen Fieldhouse, where Riglle, a 1992 KU graduate, began a short speech by saying, “Just so you know, I watched every basketball game when I was a KU student from right here.”