Bob Golub vast array of experience in the entertainment world led him on to a role in Martin Scorsese’s, “Goodfellas”. “I didn’t know any better” Golub says of his first interview with the casting director. “I went in there dressed as “Jimmy the Gent” with 2,000 cash and a gun. Howard Stern called it one of the greatest Hollywood stories. Bob developed and produced the first stand-up comedy show for the deaf and hard of hearing people raising over a million dollars. Bob’s comedy special, “I’ll burn down your house” won a Retro Award. He is featured in national commercials and guest-starred on CBS’s Scorpion. He wrote and directed “Die Laughing” about a stand-up comic serial killer that has been released Worldwide. Bob can be seen with Denzel Washington’s, “the little things”, and he just finished starring in the film, Killing Cookie. Watch Bob in Hulu’s, “Good Trouble” and fresh off co-starring in his new film, Pig Hill. Bob’s recent stand-up show in Krakow, Poland was sold out and is going back this summer.