Bob Rousseau

Bob Rousseau



Bob Rousseau is an American actor and filmmaker best known for his roles in the television series “House” and “The Office”. Born in New York City in 1975, Rousseau began his career in the entertainment industry when he was only 14 years old, appearing in commercials and small film roles. Throughout the years, he has also appeared in several television shows, including “Murder, She Wrote” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”.

Rousseau's breakout role came in 2005, when he was cast as the lead in the popular medical drama “House”. He played the role of Dr. Robert Chase for five seasons and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his performance. During the show's run, he also appeared in several feature films, including “The Proposal” and “Date Night”. After “House” ended, Rousseau continued to appear in television shows, such as “The Office” and “The Good Doctor”.

Aside from his acting career, Rousseau is also a successful filmmaker. He wrote, directed, and produced the short film “The Last Day”, which won numerous awards and was screened at festivals around the world. He also wrote and directed the feature film “The Dinner Party”, which was released in 2009. Rousseau is currently working on his next project, a sci-fi thriller.

Rousseau is married to his longtime partner, actress Sarah Jessica Parker. The couple has two children together. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar and writing music. Rousseau is also an avid philanthropist and has donated to numerous charities, including those that support animal welfare and children's education.

Throughout his career, Rousseau has earned a reputation as one of the most talented and versatile actors in Hollywood. He is known for his ability to take on a wide variety of roles, from comedic to dramatic. His dedication to his craft and commitment to excellence have earned him the respect of his peers and fans alike.

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