Rock Reuben

Bio:

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.
Filmography

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)