Actor, Stand-Up Comedian Rob Schneider Set to Perform at King Center Thursday Evening

By  //  January 18, 2021

show starts at 8 p.m.

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BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Get ready for a night of laughs and entertainment as well-known comedy actor and stand-up comedian will be visiting Brevard County on Thursday, January 21, for a show at the King Center in Melbourne.

The show starts at 8 p.m. and is presented by Elko Concerts.

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Schneider is known for his hilarious roles in movies such as ‘The Waterboy’, ‘Grown Ups’, ’50 First Dates’ and ‘The Longest Yard’.

Schneider is also a longtime friend of Adam Sandler and has worked on multiple projects together over the years.

*This event includes MATURE CONTENT*


Rob Schneider is an accomplished actor, comedian, screenwriter and director. A stand-up comic and veteran of the award-winning NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, Schneider has gone on to a successful career in films, television and continues his word-wide standup tour.

Schneider’s first Netflix comedy special, “Asian Momma, Mexican Kids,” premiered globally on August 11, 2020.

Filmed in February, the special gives viewers a look at Schneider’s family and personal life through hilarious anecdotes.

The special ends with a surprise duet performance with Schneider’s daughter Elle King. Most recently, Schneider launched his first-ever podcast “See What Happens,” available on streaming platforms.

Hosted by Schneider and his wife Patricia Maya Schneider, the weekly show features occasional guests-from the duo’s Hollywood friend to their gardener while dissecting show business, their contrasting parenting methods, jokes, good food, philosophy and more.

New episodes begin airing in August.

The three-time Emmy nominated writer for SNL is having the best time of his life, enjoying raising his 7 and 3-year-old girls, Miranda and Madeline, with his wife Patricia.

Schneider is also the father of singer/songwriter Elle King.

In addition, to his acting career, Schneider has been vocal lately about issues plaguing his home state of California.

“The state of California is a mess, and the supermajority of Democrats is not working. I’ve been a lifelong Democrat and I have to switch over because it no longer serves the people of this great state.”

Schneider has also been an outspoken critic of childhood vaccinations, claiming they cause autism.

In a recent interview with News10 in Sacramento, Schneider claims that “The efficacy of these shots have not been proven … And the toxicity of these things – we’re having more and more side effects. We’re having more and more autism.”

He also views the actions from the state to mandate vaccinations as government overreach.