Rob Dyrdek vs Paul Rodriguez

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Skateboarder, Actor, Entrepreneur
American-Mexican comedian
$50 Million
Net worth 2018
$6 Million
Sportspersons
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Kettering, Ohio, United States
Residence
Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico
United States
Country
United States
28/06/1974
BirthDay
19/01/1955
1.71 m
Height
Fairmont High School, Kettering, Ohio (Dropped out in senior year)
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2004

His recent roles include: ‘Cinderella Story (2004)’, ‘The World's Fastest Indian (2005)’, Cloud Nine (2006)’, Lonely Street (2008)’, ‘Porndogs: The Adventure of Sadie (2009)’, ‘Cats & Dogs: the Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)’, etc

2002

In 2002, Rodriguez was the executive producer and star of the concert film, ‘The Original Latin Kings of Comedy’, distributed by Paramount Pictures and produced by his own production company ‘Payaso Entertainment’

2001

He bagged role of an outspoken fight physician ‘Freddie Pacheco’ in Columbia Pictures’ big budget biography ‘Ali’ in 2001

1994

In 1994, his directorial debut released, the film called ‘A Million to Juan’

1990

Between 1990 and 1994, Rodriguez hosted his very own talk show called ‘El Show de Paul Rodriguez’—a talk show for the Spanish-language audience of the Univision Network

1988

In 1988, appeared in the short-lived sitcom ‘Trial and Error’ as well as the CBS television film ‘Grand Slam’

1986

His other comedy showcases have included ‘Paul Rodriguez Live’, ‘I Need the Couch (1986)’, ‘Paul Rodriguez: Behind Bars (1991)’, and ‘Crossing White Lines (1999)’

1984

Pablo’ in 1984, especially designed around Rodriguez, is considered to be a prominent milestone in his life as the portrayal of ‘Paul Rivera’ established him as a talented comedian

1958

During his time, the show used the 1958 song ‘Book of Love’, by The Monotones, as a theme song

1957

In 1957, he, along with his family, moved to United States in order to achieve better opportunities