Throughout his career Corddry has regularly stolen tough scenes opposite proven comedic masters, as well as produced genuine laughs in movies calling themselves comedies that are generally considered absolute turds. That ability has made Corddry a commodity in Hollywood, landing him juicy bit-part roles roles in films like Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, Universal’s surprisingly enjoyable and touching apocalypse dramedy due out this Friday, and at least another six films coming out next year. Yet his greatest achievement so far may be Childrens Hospital, the medical drama-mocking Adult Swim series which he created, writes. and stars in as a clown doctor. The series, which began on the WB.com, is quietly entering it’s fourth season this summer and is arguably the best comedy on television no one watches. Corddry and I sat down to talk about this, among other things. Like death.
Rob Corddy on Children’s Hospital and His Own Morality