Rob DiNinni is an award-winning actor, writer, comedian, producer, director, and improv coach. As a founding member of StageCoach Improv, Rob performs improv and sketch comedy and facilitates improv for business, team building, and interactive entertainment for organizations nation-wide. Rob also works closely with executives, clinicians, and medical schools providing communication skills training as an actor and educator at Harvard and Tufts Medical Schools.
After producing a short film, Mascot Missing, and numerous videos for companies nationwide with StageCoach Improv, he launched a production company, DiNksterDee Productions. Rob wrote, acted, co-produced, and co-directed a short film, Marriage Fit, featuring an AI character concept teaming up with an award-winning director, Jeffrey Palmer, who Rob worked closely with as a principal actor in Jeffrey’s short film, The Nesting Doll, garnering numerous best short film and best ensemble cast awards.
As a professional actor, Rob has had leading roles in TV Commercials, Theatre, Feature Films, and Corporate Videos. His Film and TV credits include Castle Rock, The Aristocrat, Roller Palace, Slip & Fall, American Hustle, Patriot’s Day, and The Nesting Doll. He has also performed stand-up and improv comedy at Stand UpNY, The Comedy Studio, and Nick's Comedy Stop. He was a principal actor in I Go Solo a comedy Nominated for Best New Play in New England. Rob wrote, produced, and performed a one-man show, Masquerading as an Adult. Rob co-produced, co-wrote, and performed an absurdist comedy play, The Break-Up of Cause and Effect, — premiered at the Edinburgh’s Festival Fringe in Scotland followed by shows in London.