• Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada on 28 October 1971
• Active member of the entertainment industry since 1995
• Distant relative of Stephen Harper, former Prime Minister of Canada
• Net worth estimated at over $2.5 million
• Active on Twitter with over 100,000 followers
Who is Robb Wells?
Robb Wells was born on 28 October 1971, in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, so is currently aged 48. He is an actor, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Ricky LaFleur in the Showcase mockumentary television series “Trailer Park Boys” (2001-present), but is also known as a producer and screenwriter.
Would you like to know more about Robb Wells’ professional career and personal life? How rich is he, as of now? If you are interested, stay tuned and find out.
Robb Wells Net Worth
His career started in 1995 and he has been an active member of the entertainment industry ever since, primarily as a professional actor. So, if you ever wondered how rich Robb Wells is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of his net worth is over $2.5 million, accumulated through his successful career as an actor and producer. If he continues to develop his career further, his net worth will certainly increase in the coming years.
Early Life and Education
Concerning his early life, Robb Wells spent part of his childhood in Moncton, until his family moved to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia when he was eight, raised there by his parents, whose names and professions are unknown in the media, except that his father worked as a Forensic Expert with the RCMP. Regarding the roots of his family, it was revealed to the public in January of 2006 that he is a distant relative of Stephen Harper, well-known for being the former Prime Minister of Canada and Conservative Party Leader. Talking about his education, there is no information available to the media.
While in high school, Robb became interested in acting under the influence of his friends Mike Clattenburg and John Paul Tremblay. Together made various videos of themselves, which led them to start pursuing careers in the film industry. So, speaking about Robb’s professional acting career, it began in 1995 when he made his debut appearance in the role of Ricky in the short film “The Cart Boy”, which was followed by his portrayal of Rob in the 1998 short film entitled “One Last Shot”, both directed by Mike Clattenburg. These appearances marked the establishment of his net worth.
Rise to Fame and “Trailer Park Boys”
Robb came to prominence with the role of Ricky LaFleur in the comedy film “Trailer Park Boys” in 1999, starring next to John Paul Tremblay and Lucy Decoutere. As the film reached enormous popularity, the director of the film, Mike Clattenburg, decided to create the mockumentary television series of the same name, which was aired on the Showcase network until 2007. The high ratings of the series saw it revived in 2014 by Netflix, an American media-services provider, and it is still on the air, adding a considerable amount to Robb’s net worth.
Thank you everyone that shared this fucked up weekend with us in Pemberton, going out with a fucking 8 paper joint! pic.twitter.com/nj7dD1Fqtr
— Robb Wells (@realrobbwells) July 21, 2014
Side by side with filming “Trailer Park Boys”, Robb also appeared in the role of Rob in the independent coming-of-age drama film “Virginia’s Run” (2002), next to such actors as Lindze Letherman, Rachel Skarsten and Gabriel Byrne, and as Joe in the 2004 comedy film “A Hole In One”. Thereafter, he continued to line up successes, with his portrayal of Ricky LaFleur being reprised in such film titles as “Dear Santa Claus, Go Fuck Yourself” (2004), “Trailer Park Boys: The Movie” (2006), “Hearts Of Dartmouth: Life Of A Trailer Park Girl” (2006), “Trailer Park Boys 101” (2007), “Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys” (2008), “Trailer Park Boys: Countdown To Liquor Day” (2009), all of which steadily increased his net worth. Besides that, he also featured as Jimmy the Gofer in the 2009 crime thriller “The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day”.
The early 2010s
At the beginning of the present decade, Robb landed the role of Logan in the black comedy action film “Hobo With A Shotgun”, which was followed by his guest-appearance as Stabby Brutto in two episodes of the action comedy series “The Drunk And On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour”, both in 2011. In the following year, he guest-starred as Kenny Bilko in an episode of the FX series “Archer”, portrayed Whitey in the comedy “Beat Down” and played Peter in the psychological horror-thriller “Would You Rather”, directed by David Guy Levy. His next major roles came in 2014, when he was cast as Rocko in the comedy “Jackhammer”, featured as Kenny in the romantic comedy “Relative Happiness”, and portrayed himself in two film titles – “Swearnet: The Movie” and “Swearnet Live”. During the same year, he also reprised the role of Ricky in such titles as “Trailer Park Boys: Don’t Legalize It”, “Trailer Park Boys: Live in F**kin’ Dublin” and “Trailer Park Boys: Live At The North Pole”, increasing further his wealth.
Robb continued to portray Ricky in the 2015 film “Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High & Unemployed” and in the TV series “Trailer Park Boys: Out Of The Park” between 2016 and 2017. He then starred in the role of John Andrew in the 2017 short film “Pearls”, after which he also played Ricky in “Trailer Park Boys: The Animated Series” (2019). Most recently, he filmed the TV series “Sunnyvale Shoals”, so his net worth is certainly still rising.
To speak further of his career in the film industry, Robb is also known for being the producer and screenwriter of all film and television titles related to “Trailer Park Boys”.
Personal Life and Social Media Presence
When it comes to his personal life, Robb Wells tends to keep it far away from the eyes of the public, so there is no information in the media as to whether he is married or not. Regarding his presence on the social media scene, Robb is active on his official Twitter account, on which he has more than 100,000 followers; according to the account, his current residence is in Halifax, Canada.