Robin Thede

TV Show Host

Robin Thede was born in Spencer, Iowa, United States on July 27th, 1979 and is the TV Show Host. At the age of 44, Robin Thede biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
July 27, 1979
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Spencer, Iowa, United States
Age
44 years old
Zodiac Sign
Leo
Profession
Comedian, Radio Personality, Screenwriter, Television Presenter, Writer
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Northwestern University (BA)
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Phyllis Thede (mother)
Robin Thede Career

Robin first started with a sketch comedy group called Cleos Apartment with writers Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin. Members included Thomas Fraser, Wyatt Cenac, Nika Williams and Nefetari Spencer. That stage show was picked up online by AOL and HBO for a new show called The Message which ran for a full year, 2007.

Thede was also head writer and a performer on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. From 2015–16, she was the head writer for the first season and a half of The Nightly Show, the first African-American woman to hold that position on any late-night talk show. Thede is also the second African-American woman to write for a late-night talk show, as Amber Ruffin was first to join the writing staff for Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Prior to that, she was head writer on The Queen Latifah Show and staff writer on the first two seasons of Real Husbands of Hollywood on BET. In January 2013, she appeared in the Marlon Wayans' comedy A Haunted House opposite comedian JB Smoove. She also had recurring appearances as "Gail" on Second Generation Wayans on BET in March 2013.

Thede has often worked on TV shows as both a writer and actress, including on the short-lived Fox series In the Flow with Affion Crockett, the Mike Epps sketch comedy series Funny Bidness, and on the comedy series Clunkers (starring Carl Payne, David Faustino and Sherman Hemsley).

Thede's recent television appearances include roles on Key & Peele (Comedy Central), Hot In Cleveland (TV Land), Chocolate News (Comedy Central), Kath & Kim (NBC), Worst Week (CBS) and All of Us (UPN). She was a series regular on the BET original web series Buppies with Tatyana Ali.

Thede's other writing credits include BET Awards (2014), BET Honors (2013), UNCF: An Evening of Stars (2013), BET Awards (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012), NAACP Image Awards (2011), the BET Hip Hop Awards (2010, 2011, 2012) and more.

Additionally, Thede has created several successful videos, including "Shit Black Guys Say" (which went viral with 2.5 million views on YouTube), "Every Little Step" with Wayne Brady, Bobby Brown and Mike Tyson (Funny or Die.com), and "For Stuffed Colored Girls" (Funny or Die.com). She can also be seen with Elite Delta Force 3 in "The Real Housewives of Civil Rights" (Funny or Die.com/EDF3 YouTube Channel).

Thede's comedy work extends from years of professional live sketch comedy (Second City Chicago and LA, Improv Olympic, Acme) to comedic commentary on shows such as 10 Things I Hate About Me for the Style Network. She is also a performer and writer for the all-female sketch group "Elite Delta Force 3", which won the 2009 Audience Award Winner of the Los Angeles Comedy Improv Festival.

Other notable work includes co-hosting on The Voice of Reason on Jamie Foxx's Foxxhole Sirius/XM radio channel. She worked as a regular entertainment correspondent for E! News with Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic.

In October 2017, Thede began hosting her own late-night TV talk show, The Rundown with Robin Thede on BET. She is one of a few African-American women to host their own late-night show.

In June 2019, Thede was named one of Variety's 10 Comics to Watch for 2019. Most recently Thede created, writes, and performs in A Black Lady Sketch Show, which premiered on HBO on August 2, 2019. In April 2021, the second season of A Black Lady Sketch Show premiered.

In 2020, she signed a development deal with Warner Bros. Television.

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Meghan Markle finally releases first episode of her Archetypes podcast

www.dailymail.co.uk, August 23, 2022
Meghan Markle today claimed that she was forced to continue with her engagements while on a royal tour of South Africa despite being left in tears when her son Archie narrowly escaped a fire in his bedroom. The Duchess of Sussex recounted the experience during the tour in autumn 2019 on her long-awaited 'Archetypes' podcast, released on Spotify today, in a conversation with her close friend, tennis great Serena Williams. Meghan spoke of her distress after learning of the near-miss involving her son - which involved a heater in a nursery room catching fire - soon after delivering a speech to girls in the Nyanga township in Cape Town, before rushing back to see Archie and then having to leave him to carry out another official engagement. In a wide-ranging discussion on the first episode of her long-awaited 'Archetypes' podcast, the Duchess also hit out at those who criticised her for being 'ambitious' when she started dating Prince Harry. Entitled 'The Misconception of Ambition with Serena Williams', Meghan spoke to the tennis legend, who is one of her close friends, about double standards women face when they are labelled 'ambitious'. She also told of the 'pain' that she has suffered 'behind closed doors' and said she does not 'ever remember personally feeling the negative connotation behind the word ambitious, until I started dating my now husband'. The Duchess added: 'And apparently ambition is a terrible, terrible thing. For a woman that is, according to some.' Meghan, who now lives in California with Harry and their two children, also complained of a misconception 'that if you're an ambitious woman you have an agenda, you must be calculating or selfish or aggressive, or a climber', adding that 'the notion of ambition comes with many judgements and nuances - especially for women'.
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