Rob Sargeant Net Worth
Robert Dow Sargeant or commonly known as Rob Sargeant was born on December 31, 1967 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, is a Actor, Producer. Put an end to your curiosities about Rob Sargeant net worth, salary, Wiki bio, and everything by reading on from here.
|Birthday||December 31, 1967|
|Birthplace||Kitchener, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
|Known As||actor, producer|
What is Rob Sargeant Net worth & Salary.
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Rob Sargeant was a graduate of Bealart (London, Ontario, Canada) 1985-1987 as a Film Major and Photography Minor. He went on to study 16mm Film Production at the London International Film School (London, England) in 1987. There he was invited to work with a fellow Egyptian film school student on a dramatic film in Cairo, Egypt and spent six months working there assisting on two productions. While in Pasadena, California in 1990, Rob met Director 'Roger LeBlanc' who was also a native of London, Ontario. At the time Roger was in talks with 'Don Richardson' regarding Stars, Sand & Dust (1997). In 1990 Rob returned to Cairo, Egypt to do research and development completing a feature length screenplay and two shorts in colaboration with Bishara Shoukry. During this time he produced an experimental video entitled "Angel Song" using local talent. After returning from Egypt in 1993, Rob worked in Pasadena, California as associate producer on the TV documentary "Air Five, Keep It Alive". Roger LeBlanc contacted Rob in 1996 to work on the "Stars, Sand & Dust" Project, where he took on the role of co-producer and lead actor. 'Gospel Films' handled worldwide distribution.
In 1997 Rob produced a promotional video in Calcutta, India for the Calcutta Mission of Mercy, highlighting the challenge they have there feeding the poor and schooling orphans. In the summer of 2002 he produced a promotional training video for the Canadian Armed Forces "Naval Gun Run" display team travelling with the team for three months across Canada.