In BirdBox, if you see, you die. In A Quiet Place, if you're heard, you die. So what happens if you taste, you die?
Robbing a bank requires nerves of steel. However, sometimes you need a sense of urgency, and not everyone has that.
Rob's birthday is VERY important to him. His birth takes priority over anyone else's. Literally.
Often mistaken as a young George Clooney
From a very young age my dad and I would bond by sitting and watching TV and movies together. Over the years my passion for film has greatly expanded. Classic movies such as Indiana Jones and Jurassic Park fed my imagination. Once I got to high school, I had the opportunity to take my first drama class and get a role in my first play. It was at that point in my life when I knew where I belonged. I attended TAAFT in 2015 where I was instructed by many talented film producers, screenplay writers, and actors. Some of the courses I took include: Scene Study/Method Acting Techniques with Andrej Aćin, Voice, Movement, and Text with Joy Juckes, and Auditioning for Commercials/Film & Television with Russell Ferrier. Having Participated in many short plays through the years, I have excelled at improvisation and accents/dialects. I am also fluent in both English and Arabic.
Often mistaken as a more attractive Nathan Fielder
Rob Michaels is a Toronto-based writer, improviser, and stand-up comedian. After completing bachelor degrees in both mathematics and business followed by a short stint working in the finance world, he realized his true passion lies in comedy. He has placed in the second round of the Austin Film Festival for a spec script written for “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and as a quarterfinalist in the ScreenCraft Pilot Launch for his original pilot, “Trading Life.” He currently has an animated series in development called “Wild Tales,” and is in the process of completing the year-long Sketch Conservatory Program at The Second City Training Centre.
In his free time, Rob likes to travel to new places and listen to Disney songs on repeat.