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Rob Schneider Net Worth

Rob Schneider net worth source of income salary and more
Net Worth$15,000,000
Full NameRobert Michael Schneider
Date of Birth/AgeOctober 31, 1963 (age 55)
Source of wealthActor, Comedian, Director, Screenwriter
Country of originU.S
State/City of originSan Francisco, California
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Rob Schneider’s net worth is 15 million dollars.

Known for Saturday Night Live, for appearing in poorly-reviewed comedy films with his friend Adam Sandler, for often being “that annoying guy” in 90s-era Hollywood comedies, Schneider’s outward low-brow pursuits are backed up with sound business.


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How Much Does Rob Schneider Make a Year?

Schneider’s annual income is unknown, and difficult to estimate. By all accounts, he receives multiple revenue streams: regular television work including the recent Netflix series Real Rob, stand-up comedy tours, residual income from Hollywood movies, and more.

How Does Rob Schneider make his money?

Schneider is no slouch. He’s an actor, director, comedian, and performer. He has co-owned comedy clubs, sells merchandise, and appears to be a savvy businessman. If you want to see him live, he still tours as a standup comedian as of 2019.

What lessons can you learn from Schneider’s net worth? There are a few. While he may not regularly “break the Internet,” and while he has never been on comedy’s A-List (aside from his popular run on Saturday Night Live in the early 90s), he’s been consistent.

He’s kept his friends close, working with Adam Sandler frequently ins spite of career ups and downs. There’s something to be said for repeatedly, simply doing what you’re good at.


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Maybe he doesn’t have the fan base of SNL alumni like Dan Akroyd, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, and others–but you’ll be surprised to learn how decades of hard work have led to success in Rob Schneider’s life.

In this article, you’ll learn Rob Schneider’s net worth, how he brings home the bacon, a little bit about his life, highlights from his career, and some quotes that will make you laugh as well as inspire you.

Early Life

Schneider was born on October 31, 1963, to Marvin and Pilar Schneider in San Francisco, California.

His first opportunity to do stand-up in front of a real audience was in high school: His older brother was a part of the influential indie band Head On, and Rob would open for them.


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San Francisco-based stand-up evolved into appearances on HBO, which led to an opportunity to write for SNL, which resulted in a four-year stint as a cast member.

Personal Life

Before his career took off at a national level, Schneider was married for almost two years to London King, an American model. They had one daughter, Elle King, now an LA-based musician who often performs with the banjo and guitar.


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Schneider would go on to marry Patricia Azarcoya Arce in 2011. They have two children: Miranda Scarlett and Madeline Robbie.

A passionate activist, Schneider joined California’s Republican party in 2013. He is extremely vocal in his opposition to vaccinating children, having appeared in the news and on television numerous times to support anti-vaccination political policies.


People started hearing the name “Rob Schneider” in 1987. He appeared on HBO’s Young Comedians special–and killed it. Within a year, he was writing for Saturday Night Live.

Within two years, he was a member of the cast putting him among comedy’s elite: He’s one of only 151 people to be cast members on the legendary sketch show.

His most famous character was “The Richmeister,” a pain-in-the-neck office jock who christened his coworkers with increasingly annoying nicknames.


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“The Richmeister” walked a fine line between relatable and annoying and proved to be a memorable sketch from one of SNL’s most fruitful periods.

“The Richmeister” exited Saturday Night Life in 1994, and Schneider continued his career with a steady balance of comic sidekick roles, sitcoms, and stand-up comedy.

At present, Rob Schneider net worth reached $15,000,000.

Some of his movie roles were famously low-brow: “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo” and its sequel “Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo” were particularly reviled in the early 2000s.


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He’s appeared–and uttered the famous line, “You can do it!”–in several Adam Sandler comedies.

He’s tried his hand at directing numerous times. Most recently, he directed each episode of the two-season reality show spoof “Real Rob,” which dramatizes his life with his family.

Interesting Facts

Rob Schneider, like many 90’s kids, has some video game cred. He appeared, accompanied by his wife Patricia, on the Game Grumps Youtube Channel, where they played Mortal Kombat together.

His daughter, Elle King, is a successful indie musician. She chose not to use her father’s name as career capital, instead choosing to make her own career from scratch.


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Schneider’s one of the few out-of-the-closed Republicans in Hollywood. His views are often outspoken, especially when they’re focused on politics in the state of California.

He’s family oriented: Nearly every major career highlight has included a family member or long-term friendship.


  • Toured as a high-schooler with legendary indie rock band Head On
  • Headlined HBO Young Comedians in 1987
  • Saturday Night Live cast member from 1990 to 1994 alongside legends Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, Phil Hartman, Dana Carvey, Chris Rock, Al Franken, Dennis Miller, and David Spade
  • Starred in comedies “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo,” “The Animal,” “The Hot Chick,” “The Benchwarmers,” “Grown Ups”
  • Sampled in The Offspring’s song “Original Prankster”
  • Spokesman for the Taiwan Tourism Bureau
  • Directed the films “Big Stan” and “The Chosen One,” directed each episode of the television series “Real Rob”


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Favorite Quotes from Rob Schneider

“You can do it!” – The Waterboy, Little Nicky, 50 First Dates, The Longest Yard, Bedtime Stories, Click

“We’re police officers! We’re not trained to handle this kind of violence!” – Demolition Man

“Oh, no! We suck again!” – The Waterboy

“A ninety-four-yard kickoff return for a touchdown could give the Colts a false sense of confidence going into the second minute of play.” – Necessary Roughness

“Carol, please! This would be wrong for me in at least five different ways!” – The Hot Chick

“Hey, guys! Motion 78!” Grown Ups

“The Steve-Man and the Sandster, makin’ copies!” – Saturday Night Live

“You guys suck! You’re good at everything!” – 50 First Dates

Tips for Success from Rob Schneider

“I want to make films that make people laugh hard, and I am not afraid to walk away from this business tomorrow.”

“I try not to worry about what [something] is going to look like. If you worry about looking stupid, that’s when you look really stupid.”

“I try not to have too much of an ego. I’ll do anything.”

“Some people are idiots. Until they see someone else doing it and make a success of it, they don’t open their minds. Most of them are idiots.”