Robert (Bobby) Wolfe, a native of Morgantown, began his acting career in Nashville, TN in 1992 under the tutelage of Alan Dysert (Sean Cudahy of “All My Children”). During this time he appeared in numerous music videos by Marty Stuart, Junior
Brown and others. Additional credits include The Opryland Hotel’s annual Christmas show “A Country Christmas;” a role opposite Harry Connick, Jr. in the film “Letters From A Wayward Son” (1998); Lakewood Theater’s production of “That Dirty Little Coward” as the lead role of Robert Ford, the man who shot Jesse James; Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theater productions of “Hiccup” as Dr. Malcolm Leonard; Max Slezevicious in “Once Is Enough” and the Nashville Opera’s production of “Aida.”
In 2000, Bobby returned to Morgantown for a short time, during which he landed the lead role of Rick Steadman in Scottsdale Showtime Theater’s production of “The Nerd” (Scottsdale, PA). In July of 2000 he moved to Los Angeles, where he signed with The Bobby Ball Agency and performed in many commercials including, ESPN, EBAY, Liberty Mutual and appeared in the Indie film, “Death and Texas.”
In 2008, he both guest starred and co-starred in the sitcom “My Name Is Earl,” opposite Jason Lee, as the character known as Throatscar, while Earl was in
prison. He is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild.
CREDITS & AWARDS
Out of the Furnace (2013)
Letters From A Wayward Son (1998)
Death and Taxes
My Name I Earl (2 episodes, 2005)
WV Theatre Conference, Best Actor, 2011
Charlotte von Mahlsdorf in "I Am My Own Wife"
Southeastern Theatre Conference, Best Actor, 2012
After winning Best Actor at the WV Theatre Conference, Bobby was invited to perform "I Am My Own Wife" at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Chattanooga, TN and walked away with the Best Actor Award.
"The Sugar Bean Sisters"
"Dreams from a Shady Glen, The Morgantown Play"
"I Am My Own Wife"
"The Eight: Reindeer Monologues"
"Twelve Angry Men"
"Three Guys In Drag Selling their Stuff"
"Dashing Through The Snow"
"The Grinch Steals Christmas"
"Stella and Lou"