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|Born||Robert Treman Clendenin
April 14, 1964
|Spouse(s)||Greer Shephard (m. 1995-1998)
Erin Fiedler (m. 2001-present)
Robert Treman "Bob" Clendenin (born April 14, 1964) is an American actor best known for portraying Dr. Tom Gazelian on the ABC-TV comedy Cougar Town, Dr. Paul Zeltzer in the comedy series Scrubs, and Earl in That '70s Show
Clendenin graduated from Cornell University in 1986 and earned his Master of Fine Arts from Penn State University in 1990. He has subsequently built an acting career defined by roles as oddball side characters in TV and film.
He appeared as characters in numerous shows including The Tick, Popular, Charmed (3x10), Will & Grace, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Ugly Betty, That '70s Show, Felicity, Weeds, Gilmore Girls, NYPD Blue, Desperate Housewives, The League, Star Trek: Voyager as a Vidiian surgeon, Space: Above and Beyond, Roswell, and on several episodes of The Closer.
Clendenin has also appeared in commercials for Jack In The Box, GoDaddy, Progressive, and State Farm. He starred as devil-may-care Ted in the 2008 film short Daryl From OnCar. This short was produced for WGA-affiliated StrikeTV, a site created to benefit crew affected by the writer's strike of Nov. 5, 2007 - Feb. 12, 2008.
He had a recurring role on Cougar Town as Tom, a comedically bizarre neighbor who has a crush on the main character, Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox), and he was upgraded to the regular cast in season four. Bob also plays the role as the town undertaker Vernon Shank in the Hulu original series Quick Draw.
- Bob Clendenin Biography (1964-)
- Brad Herzog (August 31, 2010). "That Guy: Actor Bob Clenendin '86 has forged a career as the walk-on weirdo of TV and film". Cornell Alumni Magazine. Retrieved 2012-09-06.
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