Robert "Rob" Bogue was born on August 27, 1964 in Minden, Nebraska. He was the youngest of three sons, who grew up in Hays, Kansas and Richmond, Kentucky. He was educated at Colorado College, where he received his degree in International Political Economics. He became known in the campus for his skills in basketball, especially since he set the single season scoring record during his senior year. In New York City, he decided to start his professional acting career by working in theater. He later became one of the original founding members of the New Group Theater Company.
In 1996, Rob Bogue worked on a number of productions. He was seen in the direct-to-video musical drama, Vibrations, starring Christina Applegate and James Marshall. He was next given a role in the sport film True Blue, before acting in the comedy The Definite Maybe. He soon got roles on television, appearing in Sins of the City and Trinity. In 1999, he became a guest star on the HBO series, Sex and the City. His next performance was in the comedy 24 Nights, in the romance Not Afraid to Say…, and in an episode of Touched by an Angel. Bogue subsequently worked on the short comedy Rattler, by Tricia Nolan. After an appearance on the series Third Watch, he was cast in a recurring role on Oz. Bogue was soon seen on the hit show The Sopranos, and on The Education of Max Bickford. He later starred in the action comedy film Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher, portraying the title character. In 2002, Bogue got guest spots in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Ed.
In 2005, Rob Bogue joined the cast of the CBS soap opera, Guiding Light. He portrayed the character Anthony Camaletti “AC” Mallet, who has been romantically involved with a number of women on the series. Other credits of Bogue include roles in Whoopi, 2002’s Heartbreak Hospital, voicing the video game Red Dead Revolver and the TV production The Exonerated. Bogue also starred in the comedy Backseat, in the drama 5up 2down, and the Steve Clark romance film Frost.