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Rob Cantor (Robert Howard Cantor) was born on 26 August, 1983 in Bloomfield Hills, MI. At 37 years old, Rob Cantor height not available right now. We will update Rob Cantor's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Robert Howard Cantor
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Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 26 August 1983
Birthday 26 August
Birthplace Bloomfield Hills, MI
Nationality MI

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On July 1, 2014, Cantor posted a video titled "29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song", in which he and Tally Hall member Andrew Horowitz performed Cantor's song "Perfect" in 29 different celebrity impressions. A week later, he released a making-of video, demonstrating that the act was a hoax done through audio and video editing, and in fact featured 11 different impressionists. As of May 2019, the video has 18 million views, and the corresponding explanation video has 2.5 million views.

On October 21, 2014, Cantor posted a video titled "'Shia LaBeouf' – Live", the music video to his 2012 song of the same name. The video is a mockup of a live concert, featuring numerous dancers and performers, primarily the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, the West Los Angeles Children's Choir, and the Argus Quartet. At the end of the video, the actor Shia LaBeouf is seen applauding the performance, in a parody of a scene from Citizen Kane. Cantor has stated that the video took four months to organize and one day to shoot, and that it was worked on by 161 people, including Cantor's former musical collaborators Zubin Sedghi and Zach Krasman. As of February 2020, the video has over 66 million views.

During Tally Hall's hiatus, Cantor has focused on his solo career, working as a commercial songwriter and eventually releasing a solo album, Not a Trampoline, in 2014. Featured performers on the album include singer-songwriter Madi Diaz and Jhameel. Cantor's song "Lonely (But Not Alone)" from Not a Trampoline was used for the season 3 finale credits of Crackle television show Chosen.


In 2012, Cantor appeared on the album Hawaii: Part II, released under Tally Hall member Joe Hawley's side project ミラクルミュージカル (Mirakurumyūjikaru, "Miracle Musical").


Since 2011, Cantor has worked on multiple viral projects, including songs and corresponding viral videos, posted on his SoundCloud and YouTube pages. In 2012, he released the comedy songs "Christian Bale Is at Your Party" and "Shia LaBeouf" (also known as "Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf"). In the latter, Cantor narrates a story about the actor Shia LaBeouf as a cannibalistic serial killer. Cantor posted a demo of the song to his SoundCloud page, from which it spread virally.


Cantor's career as a member of Tally Hall saw the release of three full-length albums: Complete Demos (2004), Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum (2005), and Good & Evil (2011).


Cantor was born and raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He attended Andover High School, where he met future Tally Hall member Zubin Sedghi and future collaborator Zach Krasman. In 2002, when attending University of Michigan, he formed Tally Hall with Sedghi and musician Andrew Horowitz. He majored in molecular biology, with a minor in nonprofessional music. He graduated in 2005, and turned down a full scholarship to medical school in order to pursue music full-time with Tally Hall.

Between 2002 and 2011, Cantor performed as a guitarist and vocalist of the Michigan-based band Tally Hall. Tally Hall is currently on hiatus. The band's five members are distinguished by the color of their neckties, with Cantor's signature color being yellow.


Robert Howard Cantor (born August 26, 1983) is an American singer-songwriter and creator of multiple viral videos. He is best known as the yellow-tied vocalist and guitarist of indie rock band Tally Hall.