Rogin has been a comedic performer since a wee lad growing up in LA. He began competing in Speech and Debate in high school and earned a Quad Ruby membership in the National Forensics League, since you're forcing him to brag.
In 2005, he attended The School of the Arts at Columbia University and received his MFA in Film Directing. He received the ACLU’s best PSA award for his entry, Hard To Swallow, in the 2008 Stand Up for Freedom Competition. In 2011, his sketch comedy series, Reality Dot Television, received a seed grant from the Celtx Seeds program in recognition for its production value and writing.
Rogin has studied improv and sketch writing at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC with instructors like Michael Delaney and Zach Woods. He has been performing standup comedy since 2011 and has performed at festivals and venues like The Dallas Comedy Festival, The Ventura Comedy Festival, The Cape May Comedy Festival, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, The People's Improv Theater, The Broadway Comedy Club, The New York Comedy Club, and The Creek and the Cave.
Rogin currently lives in Los Angeles or a simulation. He's still unsure as to whether there's a difference.