Rob Alesiani is an improv coach, performer, writer, and actor living in Philadelphia, PA.

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About Rob

Rob began improvising in 2006 taking classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York.  Soon after, he joined the corporate workforce and honed his skills as a marketing manager.  Fear not, though, because upon throwing off the shackles of corporate life, he returned to the improv world in 2013 when he moved back to his home, Philadelphia.  He's been improvising like his life depended upon it since. 

He was a member of PHIT Comedy house team Outside Voices for 2 and a half years.  He is one of the hosts of popular live late night talk show Two Late with Rob and Joe, along with his best friend and fellow comedian Joe Tuzzi. He is currently a writer and performer on The Worst Generation, PHIT Comedy's very first digital sketch house team.  He performs regularly as part of PHIT Comedy's first musical improv house team, "Thank You, Places."

He has been coaching independent improv teams since the Spring of 2014, and was recently added as a faculty member of PHIT Comedy's Training Center.   He has completed both the Summer and Advanced Intensive Training Programs at iO Theater in Chicago.  

He currently works as a corporate communications consultant for The Delaware River Port Authority, where he uses the tenets of long-form improvisation to help their management team improve internal communication practices.  He has a cat who is constantly plotting against him. 

He is too verbose.