Actor and musician Robert Mailhouse was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The Catholic University of America in their acclaimed acting program, Mailhouse was cast as a series regular on the long-running NBC television soap, "Days of our Lives," for which he was nominated and won the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Performance in 1992.
Mailhouse, an accomplished musician and drummer, spent the next twelve years touring the world with his alternative rock band, Dogstar, with another notable actor and musician, Keanu Reeves. Dogstar recorded three full-length albums and toured with Bon Jovi, appeared in numerous films and performed on the "Tonight Show" and "The Late Show with David Letterman."
In 2009, Mailhouse composed the award-winning hit web series, "Easy To Assemble," starring Illeana Douglas. The show went on to win a Streamy Award for best ensemble cast in 2010. Never one to rest on laurels, Mailhouse then conceived, created, wrote and starred in the Webby Award winning short film, "The Triumph of Sparhusen" with Keanu Reeves.
Over the years, Mailhouse has appeared in over 45 television shows, including such iconic shows as "Seinfeld," "The Larry Sanders Show," "Melrose Place," "Battery Park," "Becker," "Judging Amy," "Without a Trace," "Caroline in the City," Aaron Sorkin’s "Sports Night" and all three "C.S.I" dramas. Mailhouse’s film credits include "Kimberly" with Gabriel Anwar, "Speed," "The Glimmer Man" and "Just A Little Harmless Sex." Mailhouse also has starred in numerous made for television movies, including "All I Want for Christmas" and the Hallmark Channel Original Movies "Love Is A Four Letter Word" opposite Teri Polo and "Thicker than Water" opposite Melissa Gilbert.