Rock Reuben


After a successful ten-year career in stand up comedy and making dozens of national television appearances, Rock Reuben got his big break -- landing a writing job on the hit CBS sitcom "King of Queens," ultimately rising to the rank of Executive Producer. After the shows nine-year run, he wrote several network comedy pilots of his own as well as creating the web series "Dusty Peacock" for Crackle. Rock also spent several years writing feature films; co-writing "Zookeeper" as well as "Here Comes The Boom." In 2016, Rock re-teamed with frequent collaborator, Kevin James, and Bruce Helford to create "Kevin Can Wait" -- James' long awaited return to television. The show, which has a 13-episode commitment, will debut this fall on CBS. Rock is married to Tania Reuben, an influential "green" lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur. They have three children, three Pitbulls, a vicious Chihuahua, and a Bearded Dragon lizard. Rock spends most of his free time working with various dog rescues, often fostering and training dogs with behavioral issues before finding them their forever home.

Actor ( 1 credit )

The King of Queens (1998)  Drunk Guy (1 episode, 1999)

Producer ( 3 credits )

Kevin Can Wait (2016) executive producer (unknown episodes)
Here Comes the Boom (2012) co-producer
The King of Queens (1998) executive producer / producer / co-producer / supervis

Writer ( 4 credits )

Kevin Can Wait (2016) (unknown episodes)
Here Comes the Boom (2012) (written by) (uncredited)
Zookeeper (2011) (screenplay) &
The King of Queens (1998) (27 episodes, 1999-2007)