Robin Thede has tried a wide variety of work during her professional career, such as hosting, sketch comedy, acting, and writing. Her career in the entertainment industry began during the 2000s as a member of the sketch comedy group, Cleos Apartment. Shortly after, Robin began grabbing attention through her writing skills as well. Over the years, she has received acclaim for her wide variety of writing gigs that include Award shows, TV series, and talk shows. She is also credited as the first African-American woman to hold the position of the head writer on any late-night talk show. As an actress, Thede has portrayed prominent characters in numerous films and TV series. While as a host, she holds hit shows like The Rundown with Robin Thede and A Black Lady Sketch Show to her credits.
Robin Thede Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Robin Ann Thede
- Nicknames: Robin
- Date of Birth: July 27, 1979
- Birthplace: Spencer, Iowa, United States
- Nationality: American
- Occupation: Actress, Comedian, and Writer
- Zodiac Sign: Leo
- Religion: Christianity
- Race/ Ethnicity: Multiracial
- Eye Color: Blue
- Hair Color: Blonde
Robin Thede Height Weight Shoe Size Body Measurements Family
Robin Thede Family Details:
- Father: Dave Thede
- Mother: Phyllis Thede
- Siblings: Acacia Thede and Mackenzie Thede (Younger Sisters)
- Spouse Name: Unmarried
- Children Name: None
Robin Thede Relationships History:
- As of now, she hasn’t made any romantic relationship details public.
Robin Thede Career Highlights:
- First Film: Plant One on Me (2004)
- First TV Show: All of Us (2004)
Robin Thede Distinctive Features:
- Toned Figure
- Prominent Nose
Robin Thede Body Measurements:
Listed below are the Robin Thede height, weight, shoe size, and other body measurements complete statistics.
- Body Type: Hourglass
- Height in Feet: 5’ 8”
- Height in Centimeters: 172 cm
- Weight in Kilogram: 59 kg
- Weight in Pounds: 130 pounds
- Feet/ Shoe Size: 8 (US)
Robin Thede Interesting Facts:
- She holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
- Robin is one of the few African-American women that have hosted their own late-night show.
- As a head writer for The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, she became the first African-American woman to hold that position on a late-night talk show.