Rob Archer Net Worth

Rob Archer was born, is Actor, Stunts, Producer. They didn't throw away the mold, when it came to Rob Archer. He broke it. At 6'6", and 285 lbs. of solid, etched muscle, Archer moves like a comic book superhero come to life. As an actor, he moves smoothly between playing the recurring role of Bio-Man on "Defiance" [Seasons 1,2,3], the recurring role of Bruce on "Lost Girl" [Seasons 3, 4, 5] and the "Lost Girl" webisodes, four different characters on "Warehouse 13," guest-starred as The Brain on "XIII: The Series," Vernon Hicks in The Samaritan, and Buzz on Bulletproof Monk. Archer's credits also include "Beauty and the Beast," Kickass2, "Flashpoint," "Alphas," and Repo Men.For the winter of 2015, Archer embodies what is becoming, according to Hitfix, this generation's premiere bogeymen: Krampus in A Christmas Horror Story, co-starring William Shatner, which premiered at Fantasia, 2015. Certainly this is bolstered by two awards from the 2015 After Dark Film Festival: Best Monster/Creature (Krampus) and best Villain (Krampus played by Rob Archer).Archer has just completed work on 22 Chaser, playing opposite Brian J. Smith (Sense8) and Raoul Trujillo (Sicario) and Operation Insanity where he takes on, literally, James Caan. Before that, he most recently appeared as the lead Navy Seal in Adam Sandlers, Pixels, trading lines with Josh Gad. Archer's career began as a stuntman/actor on "Mutant X" when he played the villain in the Season 2 finale. He was brought back to the series again in their third season and also appeared in Robocop. A consistent pattern emerged where producers took note of his acting and expanded his roles to keep him on screen longer.Beyond film and television, the video game world has discovered his potential. Archer's work for a major label video game will be announced in the near future. This is a natural evolution from his character 'The Conduit' in the GlassMonkey Studios comic book of the same name. The character of 'Conduit', harnesses energy as his power to combat evil, is drawn by the legendary artist Tony Gray, was modeled after Archer.As a spokesperson, Archer is not only the international ambassador for Mr Hyde for Pro Supps, from Professional Supplements, the world wide top tier sports nutrition company based out of the USA, he is also the face of the franchise.
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Who is it? Actor, Stunts, Producer
Batting Right-hand bat
Bowling Right-arm fast
National side Australian
CompetitionTestsFirst-classMatchesRuns scoredBatting average100s/50sTop scoreBalls bowledWicketsBowling average5 wickets in innings10 wickets in matchBest bowlingCatches/stumpings Competition Tests First-class Matches 19 98 Runs scored 713 3768 Batting average 24.58 31.93 100s/50s 1/2 4/21 Top score 128 148 Balls bowled 3576 15618 Wickets 48 255 Bowling average 27.45 23.36 5 wickets in innings 1 9 10 wickets in match 0 1 Best bowling 5/53 7/56 Catches/stumpings 20/0 106/0 1998713376824.5831.931/24/211281483576156184825527.4523.3619015/537/5620/0106/0
Matches 1998
Runs scored 7133768
Batting average 24.5831.93
100s/50s 1/24/21
Top score 128148
Balls bowled 357615618
Wickets 48255
Bowling average 27.4523.36
5 wickets in innings 19
10 wickets in match 01
Best bowling 5/537/56
Catches/stumpings 20/0106/0

💰 Net worth: $800,000

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A highly gifted all rounder, Archer's career was cruelly cut short by a serious knee injury in the one-off Test against Pakistan in Karachi in 1956 when he was just 23. A permanent fixture in the team from his debut against South Africa at Melbourne in 1952-53 until stricken by injury in 1956 Archer was a stylish middle order batsman and robust opening Bowler. When England toured Australia in 1954-55 he topped the Australian bowling averages with 13 wickets (16.53). In the 2nd Test at Sydney he took 3-12 and 3-53 and his 49 was the highest score in the Australian first innings. After a slow start he excelled on the West Indian tour of 1955, recording 84 in Trinidad, 98 at Bridgetown and a maiden test hundred at Kingston to finish the series with 364 runs at 60.66. Showcasing his all round talent he took 18 wickets at 25.05 in England in 1956 but fell injured in Pakistan on the way home. He played in 1958-59 as a specialist batsmen but though he averaged over 40 for Queensland his knee would not allow him to continue in the game. After retiring from the playing field he worked as a TV executive, became Cricket Australia's Code of Behaviour Commissioner and officiated as an International Cricket Council match Referee. He was made a life member of the Queensland Cricket Association for his services to cricket.


On 12 June 1995, Archer was named a Member of the Order of Australia in recognition of services to the community, cricket and Business. On 14 July 2000, Archer was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for his cricketing achievements. In 2009 Archer was inducted into the Queensland Sport Hall of Fame.