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|Age||40 years old|
|Born||6 August 1980|
|Birthplace||South Carolina, United States|
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His wife is Jordan Boughrum
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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In November 2018, it was announced that Comedy Central had green-lit an eight-episode scripted television series produced, co-written, and starring Scovel called Robbie. In a February 2020 interview, Scovel disclosed that the show had been produced and was looking for a distributor. On May 6, 2020, Comedy Central announced that Robbie would premiere later that week. The show premiered on May 7, 2020 at which time Comedy Central released the series in its entirety on its streaming platform and YouTube. Robbie is Comedy Central's first binge-release.
Scovel currently co-hosts The Pen Pals Podcast (#growtheshow) alongside fellow comedian Daniel Van Kirk (Daniel Vaniel Kaniel). Scovel has appeared on several popular podcasts, including Comedy Bang! Bang! with Scott Aukerman, Doug Loves Movies with Doug Benson, Sklarbro Country with The Sklar Brothers, The Nerdist Podcast with Chris Hardwick, You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes, Maximum Fun's Stop Podcasting Yourself, The Dead Authors Podcast with Paul F. Tompkins, The Dollop live at the 2016 Riot LA Comedy Festival with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds, The Todd Glass Show, and WTF with Marc Maron.
In 2015, Scovel taped his first hour-long stand-up special at the Woolfe Street Playhouse in Charleston, South Carolina; the special was aptly named Rory Scovel: The Charleston Special. In 2017, Scovel's next special, Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up for the First Time, was released by Netflix.
Scovel is married to actress Jordan Scovel (née Boughrum). They have a daughter together, born 2015.
Scovel's breakthrough acting role was as Harvard in the TBS sitcom Ground Floor. He was a main character for both seasons of the show which aired from 2013 to 2015. Following the cancellation of Ground Floor, Scovel joined the main cast of Those Who Can't as Principal Quinn which began airing on TruTV in 2016, reprising his role in the 2013 Amazon film of the same name. He had various small acting and voice acting roles throughout the 2010s, including recurring roles on MTV's Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous , NBC's Undatable and TBS' Wrecked. Scovel had a small role in Demetri Martin's indie comedy film Dean. He had a supporting role in the 2017 wide-release comedy The House. Notably, he starred as the main love interest in the 2018 Amy Schumer comedy film I Feel Pretty.
Scovel was part of the writing staff for the second and fourth seasons of The Eric Andre Show, which aired in 2013 and 2016, respectively. He was featured in the show's "New Years Eve Spooktacular" as well as an episode in season two where he played the fictional Chef Rory Scovel.
In 2012, Scovel was named in the 10 Comics to Watch by Variety magazine. In April of that year, his half-hour set was featured on Comedy Central's The Half Hour. In 2013, Scovel performed a show at the performance venue at Third Man Records, Jack White's record label. The live show was recorded to tape and transferred to vinyl. There is no digital version of this recording. Jack White would later executive produce Scovel's 2017 special for Netflix.
In 2010, Scovel performed his first set for a late night show on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The following year, Scovel performed on Conan with comedian Jon Dore using the premise that the show accidentally booked two comedians; Scovel would go on to perform on and be interviewed by Conan many times in the following decade. Scovel also released his first stand-up album with Stand Up! Records called Dilation. Scovel and the record were named by The Huffington Post as one of fourteen in their "Guide To New Comedy Albums of 2011".
In 2006, Scovel participated in the Seattle International Comedy Competition where he made it to the finals.
Scovel spent one year attending the University of Central Florida before enrolling at University of South Carolina Upstate from which he graduated with a communications degree in 2003. While there, he played Division II soccer.
Scovel first performed at an open mic night in Spartanburg, South Carolina in December 2003. At the time, he had just graduated college and was working as a cameraman at the local television stations WSPA. The following year, Scovel moved to and started his career in Washington D.C., where he performed for three years. He then moved to New York City, where he performed for three years until he moved to Los Angeles where he now lives.
Growing up, Scovel played basketball, tennis, and soccer. He has described himself as hyperactive and a class clown. He attended St. Mary's Catholic School, then Christ Church Episcopal School, from kindergarten through eighth grade. Scovel graduated from Greenville Senior High School in 1999.
Rory J. Scovel (born August 6, 1980) is an American comedian, writer and actor from Greenville, South Carolina. Scovel released his first stand-up album Dilation in 2011. He has since released two hour-long stand-up specials, Rory Scovel: The Charleston Special in 2015 and Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up for the First Time in 2017 on Netflix. Outside of stand-up comedy, Scovel is known for acting in the TruTV show Those Who Can't and in the 2018 movie I Feel Pretty, as well as being a writer for The Eric Andre Show.
Scovel was born on August 6, 1980, in Greenville, South Carolina; he is one of seven children.