Rob Riggle (27/30)

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Now we know him best from movies like “Stepbrothers” or television shows like “The Daily Show”, but Rob Riggle spent more than 20 years as a United States Marine. At first, he wanted to be a pilot, but eventually left flight school to pursue comedy of all things. After nine years of active duty, he went into the reserves, eventually serving as a Public Affairs Officer where he found himself frequently attached to Command Elements (during the Afghan war he visited Kosovo, Liberia and Afghanistan). And while many entertainers ditch their military service after becoming successful, Rob continued as a reservist for years while his career was in full swing.