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Trailer Park Boys Robb Wells’ Net Worth, Wife, Family – Wiki

Robb Wells is a Canadian actor, screenwriter and producer, whose ticket to fame was his role in “Trailer Park Boys”.

Early life and family

Robb Wells was born on October 28, 1971 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada; when he was eight, his family moved to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and was raised there by his parents. Little else is known about his family, except that his father was a forensic expert with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.


There is no information about his education except that he finished high school.


First step

Robb had always been fascinated with acting since he was a kid, and often made videos with friends in high school. In 1995, Robb took on the role of Ricky in the short film titled “The Cart Boy” – credited as his debut film – and in 1998, he starred in the short film “One Last Shot” directed by his friend, Mike Clattenburg. .

Further success

His friend and director Mike Clattenburg came up with the idea of ​​filming a mockumentary show featuring a group of foul-mouthed petty criminals going about their daily lives in a trailer park.

Robb and another high school friend, John Paul Tremblay, were convinced to be part of the short, as was another friend, Mike Smith, a professional guitarist for the alternative rock band “Sandbox”, to join the cast. to close. Originally his services were only for the movie’s audio, but Mike discovered that Smith was a natural comedian, and “Trailer Park Boys” was born.

In 1999, the low-cost feature film was released at the Atlantic Film Festival. A producer, Barrie Dunn, took notice of the mockumentary-styled film and joined them in convincing a network to pick it up as a TV series.

In 2001, the TV version of the “Trailer Park Boys” aired on Showcase, a new cable channel in Nova Scotia.

It was a hard sell because Mike went to different networks and the project was almost shelved. But the final pitch at Showcase was the start of something big for Robb and friends.

Robb was part of the 12 seasons of the TV series; the first seven seasons were on the Showcase network in Canada and the last five seasons on Netflix. The series will be renewed for another season in 2020.

It wasn’t a huge hit when it first came out, but since Showcase was a relatively new cable channel that didn’t have much to offer, the channel kept repeating episodes until it had a cult following and became a top Canadian series. on the Showcase network. It was also picked up by European cable channels, as well as in the US.

The TV series became such a huge hit that several movie versions were made of it. Seven more films were made from the original black-and-white feature film from which the television adaptation came, and Robb was part of all of them. The second movie was the most memorable: ‘Trailer Park Boys: The Movie’, also known as ‘The Big Dirty’ was again directed by Mike Clattenburg and Robb co-wrote the story. It was technically the second film, but was considered the first in the film franchise series. The film was released in 2006 and was a box office hit in Canada, receiving critical acclaim.

Robb Wells

It was nominated for Best Motion Picture, Best Performance by an Actor in a Support Role and Best Adapted Screenplay in the Genie Awards, Canada’s version of the Academy Awards. It had a limited release in the US and it developed a loyal fan base, a cult following.

Aside from the “Trailer Park” movies, Robb has appeared in several other films. In 2011, he accepted the role of Logan in the action comedy film “Hobo with a Shotgun” alongside Rutger Hauer. Robb was also part of the American psychothriller film ‘Would You Rather’, which premiered in 2012 at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival in California.

In 2014, he starred in the comedy film ‘Jackhammer’ with Guy Christie and Michael Hanus, and in the romantic comedy ‘Relative Happiness’.

Also in 2014, he made the films “Swearnet” and “Swear Live”, in which he played, co-wrote and co-produced himself. These films led to the launch of the online site Swearnet.Com, featuring content for an Internet media outlet.

On television, he appeared in 2011 as Stabby Brutto in two episodes of the TV series “The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour”. Robb also guest starred on the hit FX series ‘Archer’.

He is currently filming a new show, “Sunnyvale Shoars”, which is also based on the “Trailer Park Boys” universe.

Private life

Robb is quite private and does not share any information about his personal life. He is single and has not previously been reported to be engaged or married.

Interesting facts

  • He is active on social media apps like Twitter and Instagram.
  • Robb ran a pub together with Mike Clattenburg and John Paul Tremblay, before deciding to make movies for a living.
  • He is the cousin, albeit a distant one, of Stephen Harper, the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada, who served from 2006 to 2015.


He is 1.85 m tall and weighs about 68 kg. He is white, with dark brown hair and blue eyes.

Wealth and salary

It was reported that Robb started out on a minimum salary before making it big with the movie franchise and television series ‘Trailer Park Boys’ (TPB). As of April 2020, sources estimate his net worth to be around $3.5 million, and the TPB projects continue to generate income for him as he is credited as a co-producer and co-writer.


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