Lenny Clarke Biography:
Born on September 16, 1953 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, comedian Lenny Clarke has become most popular for his heavy Boston accent. However, that is not to say that his celebrity status is based solely on the way he speaks, as he has an impressive career as a stand-up comic and actor. His talent has allowed him to work with other famous comedians like Steven Wright, Martin Olson and Denis Leary. He was featured in the documentary When Standup Stood Out, and has appeared in several television shows like Lenny, Contest Searchlight, The Job, The John Larroquette Show, It’s All Relative and Rescue Me
. His film credits include Monument Ave., Fever Pitch and Southie. Currently, he is busy working on the Fox television series, The Winner.
Rob Abbott is played by Lenny Clarke on the comedy series, The Winner. Rob is the supportive yet short-tempered father of Glen Abbott. Although his thirty-two year old son is still living at home, Rob is quick to give fatherly advice, especially during Glen’s moments of need.
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