If you’ve attended “Sorry, Please Continue” regularly, then you know one of the show’s favorite storytellers is Rob T. No matter what the subject is, Rob has a story for it. And the story is probably crazier than anything you can think of on your own.
Name / Stage Name
Rob T/ Rob Tee
How long have you been performing?
6 years. 4 years seriously.
What do you do? (Stand Up / Improv / Sketch / Video / etc)
URL / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Who are some of your comedic influences?
Dave Chapelle, Dave Attell, and Bill Burr
Tell us about your worst experience performing in front of a crowd.
Someone at a show once told me, “Everybody did great, except you.”
Tell us about your best experience performing in front of a crowd.
A show a comic and I threw at Gramophone was really succesful. I felt like I was a star.
What do you enjoy most about being part of the St. Louis comedy scene?
The hard work that most comics put in. Because of our small market, I love that the fact that we don’t beg for anything. We earn our spots.
Pizza vs. Tacos? You can only pick one. The one you don’t pick disappears from reality. Which do you pick, and why?
Tacos. Homemade. Why? Because, Rob T says so.
If I gave you a time machine that allowed you to visit yourself the day before you decided to start performing, what would you tell yourself?
Nothing. It’s a unique journey that should be experienced unedited.
Promote something. Any show coming up? Got a book? Describe your current project. Anything. Self Promotion is great.
STFU and Laugh, February 27 at The Gramophone!
Anything else you want to say?
I also perform at Helium Comedy Club St Louis. I’m working on a podcast, a monthly show, and a website. Coming soon! Thank You to all my supporters.