Rob Sitch was educated at St. Kevin's College and the University of Melbourne. He has been a celebrated television performer, film actor, screenwriter and comedian since the late 1980s and early 1990s, when he was part of the on-screen team of The D-Generation. His creative partnership with Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Jane Kennedy (qq.v.) (in various combinations) has resulted in successful Australian films such as The Castle (1997) and The Dish (2000) and popular television shows such as The Late Show (1992), The Panel (1998) and Thank God You're Here (2006).
The Hollowmen2008single work film/TV satire 'The Hollowmen focuses on the workings of an internal think tank, set up by the Prime Minister, whose responsibility is long-term policy vision. The unit's task is to stop worrying about tomorrow's headlines, and to start worrying about next week's.'