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ROB SCHNEIDER (Chinese Waiter/Narrator) is known for his hilarious characterizations of Richard (The Richmeister), The Sensitive Naked Man and The Weed Guy, on television's Emmy Award-winning "Saturday Night Live." A master of impersonation, Schneider, who departed "SNL" in 1994, has since parlayed his success into a burgeoning motion picture and television career. He co-wrote and starred in the comedy Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, executive produced by Adam Sandler, and gave memorable performances in Sandler's smash hits The Waterboy and Big Daddy. Upcoming films for Schneider include the comedies The Hot Chick and Harv the Barbarian.

Born in San Francisco, Schneider began writing jokes as a teen, appearing at local venues including the Holy City Zoo. After cutting his teeth on the live stage as the opening act for comedians Jay Leno, Jerry Seinfeld and Dana Carvey, he made his major network television debut on "The David Letterman Show" in 1987. In 1990, he was spotted by "SNL" producer Lorne Michaels after an appearance on HBO's "13th Annual Young Comedians' Special."

Other feature film credits include Demolition Man, Judge Dredd, Down Periscope, Knock-Off and Home Alone II. For television, he starred in the sitcom "Men Behaving Badly," which ran for two seasons.

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