“What draws people to Rob, at first, is his easy-going, cheerful charm. What sustains our interest in him, both as a person and an actor, is his depth and complexity. He combines integrity, artistic intelligence and the ability to be really funny and really sad simultaneously. You say to yourself, "Well, this guy is really efficient, all business," and then you go, "but he really cares, he's really sensitive." I like teaching/coaching him because he really wants to do the work - whatever it takes - and he makes me laugh!”
Caroline Thomas, Total Theatre Lab"
Probably the best commercial ever that was the result of a contest entry. This spot gets far funnier than the concept should have you believe possible, 100% due to the performances of the actors involved."
Superbowl-Commercials.org (concerning 2012 Chevy Happy Grad Commercial)"
There were plenty of candidates (Seinfeld for Acura, Ferris Bueller for Honda), but I LOVED Chevy's Grad spot. Plus, this was a contest entry, meaning it didn't cost much and features no-namers who nail it."
"I've been meaning to ask you if you'd consider the lead role in our new production. I actually wrote the role with you in mind."
Raffaele DiBacco of DiBacco Films -- Writer of new feature film "One"
Before I talk about what a great actor Robert Sciglimpaglia is, I want to talk about what a great guy he is. In the short time I've known him he has been nothing but good to me. If he says he is going to do something he does it. Okay, now that I got that out of the way I can talk about what a great actor he is. He really goes deep into the character he is playing. He showed up on set with a really deep back story for his character. In addition, when he is on set he gives you so much great stuff it kind of makes it hard to edit because he hits it out of the park on every take. I can't wait to work with him on more projects in the future.
Erick Kaslov -- Writer and Director of "Her Name was Samantha"
" I have known Rob for 2 years now, and he books more work than anyone I know! A consummate professional, Rob is one of the easiest people I know to work with"
Susan Berkley, president/producer -- The Great Voice Company, Inc.
"Thanks Rob, You did great today . . . .
Sarah Hutt -- The History Channel"
Thank you so much for coming. . . . It was just great having you on set and its too bad we didn't get to chat more. . . . I will call you again for future projects. . . . If you are interested and have time, we'd love to have you back."
Gigi Dement -- Oscar Winning Producer, New York
"As someone who's suffered from related types of [psychological] issues for years, you nailed it."
Fan of Film "Home/Sick"
"I was given your audition tape and after close consideration, I'm pleased to offer you the part of George. Your monologue was fantastic The performance was subtle, but intuitive and conveyed the heavy emotions I was hoping for."
Brandon Taylor -- Director of "Luminosity"
"You were fantastic in [my play]. In a role that would be easy to over-play, you hit it just right."
Michael R. McGuire -- Author of "It Comes From Beyond"
"I just wanted to express my absolute delight at working with both of you and how terrific your performances were last night. I hope we can continue to work together and create more magic."
Ron Barenburg -- Writer of off broadway productions; "Assaulting a Vagina", "Tables" and "Downsized"
"Great session! You are easy to direct and fun to work with."
Bobby Holder -- The Actors Project, NYC"
I just want to say that Robert is a fantastic actor. He portrayed the character exactly the way I imagined it. Robert was always on point with his lines and anyone who chooses to use Robert for a part will not be disappointed because I know that I'm the not only one who feels this way. Robert is not only a great actor but a great person who's open to any ideas. Thanks Robert."
Sergio Velez -- Brooklyn, New York
"Any new projects I start I would love to have you on board. You were terrific in my film."
Guy Warren -- Writer of Maltese Murder Mystery
"I just wanted to thank you once again for your sharp and on-point performance in my film. In a time of chaos and disruption, you were calm and cooperative and performed wonderfully. It was truly a pleasure working with you, and I hope to do it again in the future."
Mohammed Maaty -- Production Coordinator, HBO, New York City
"Thank you again, I had a couple other people take a stab and you really have a rare talent."
Leon Dekelbaum -- New York
"Thank you for your excellent performance and outstanding endurance of which without both, this film would not have been possible. I am most pleased that I selected you for the part you played in my film. . . . On a final note, I'd like to mention that I truly enjoyed working with you and that I expect that this will not be our last project together. I am keeping you in mind for more roles in my upcoming projects . . . ."
Henry DaSilva -- New York
"The Aquafina spot was perfect! You truly have a great and dynamic voice. I've heard other voice-over talents, and you by far are the best. I'll definitely consider your talents on future projects."
Sidney Diongzon -- LA California
"Robert, thank you for everything! Your talents have definitely exceeded my expectations and it was a pleasure to work with you. . . .Attached is the Dodger's commercial, and it's definitely one of my favorites. "
Sidney Diongzon. -- LA, California
"Robert it was a pleasure working with you . . . . I look forward to working with you again."
Natural Langdon -- Writer and Director, "Bullets Over Brownsville", New York"
You've got a great 'regular guy' voice, which believe me, is hard to find. You also knew how to read the part. . . .We'll certainly keep you in mind for future work."
Pat Dugan -- Hartford, Connecticut
"Rob Sciglimpaglia is a director's dream actor. Not only does he give a great performance and take notes seriously while offering his own input into aspects of the script and story, Rob is also highly dedicated to the film, always giving 110% into the project, whether it's staying an extra hour on set to get the last scene shot or traveling a far distance to the shoot location, arriving even earlier than scheduled, ready and willing to work. He always had a positive attitude and clicked perfectly with the other cast and crew members on the set. And for all of that, I not only feel privileged have gotten the chance to work with Rob but I also look forward to hopefully working with him again on future projects."
Danny Pytell -- Writer and Director of "Home/Sick"