Robert Smigel is an American actor, comedian, and author with a net worth of three million. Robert Smigel came into this world in New York City, New York in February 1960. He's famous to be the puppeteer as well as voice of Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog, and also for the Saturday of his Night Live TV Funhouse cartoon shorts. Smigel graduated from New York Faculty and done with The Players Workshop in Chicago, Illinois. He started as a writer for Saturday Night Live within 1985. He had written for The Dana Carvey Show in 1996, Late Night with Conan O'Brien through 1993 to 2000, TV Funhouse through 2000 to 2001, and Saturday Night Live through 1985 to 2013. Smigel has impersonated Alan Dershowitz as well as Woody Allen on SNL and Al Sharpton, Lorne Michaels, Al Franken, and Sinbad on SNL TV Funhouse cartoons. He's won 3 Primetime Emmy Awards and 7 Writers Guild of America awards.
Robert Smigel Top Mentions:
- Triumph’s Robert Smigel Acknowledges Adult Swim Sitcom An “Odd Experiment” – TCA
- Robert Smigel on the unusually naturalistic Adam Sandler Netflix comedy 'The Week Of'
- Jon Stewart and Robert Smigel Craft a Comedy Benefit at a Polarized Moment
- Robert Smigel on Triumph’s Hulu Specials and Why He Regrets Comparing Donald Trump to Hitler
- Clowns, Guns, and Talking Outhouses: A Look Back at Robert Smigel’s Original TV Funhouse Pilot