Irreverent sketch comic Rob Huebel gained recognition for producing episodes of several of television's most popular comedy showcases during the 1990s, including Michael Moore's politically charged The Awful Truth and Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Huebel also appeared in guest roles on the sitcoms Arrested Development and Curb Your Enthusiasm. In 2007, Huebel, Aziz Ansari, and Paul Scheer signed with MTV as the lead players in Human Giant, a weekly compendium of offbeat and humorous short films.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Commercial appearances include ads for Pizza Hut, Olive Garden, Fed Ex and Paper Mate Pens. He also played "Inconsiderate Cell Phone Man" in a memorable spot that aired before films in many movie theaters.
- Worked as a producer for Michael Moore's The Awful Truth and The Daily Show.
- Teamed with Rob Riggle in the comedy duo Kung Fu Grip during the early 2000s.
- Met fellow comics Paul Scheer and Aziz Ansari while with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York; together they created the sketch-comedy show Human Giant for MTV.