|Full Name Robert Lee|
Name Robb Alvey
Known for Theme park review
|Occupation Video game producer|
|Born Southern California|
Robb alvey on headline news discussing texas giant accident and ride safety
Robb Alvey (born Robert Lee) is a roller coaster reviewer, known roller coaster enthusiast, and video game producer for various companies, including Gray Matter Interactive and WayForward Technologies. Raised in southern California, Alvey has been on over 1400 coasters all across the world and has documented his travels and those of others on his roller coaster website Themeparkreview.com. He and his wife Elissa have been featured on theme park documentaries for Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, TLC, and have done television commercials and promotional interviews for theme parks and rides manufacturers. They have also been interviewed by major publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and many theme park industry periodicals.
- Robb alvey on headline news discussing texas giant accident and ride safety
- Robb alvey rides thunderbird at holiday world rider cam pov
- Theme Park Review
- Game producer
- Personal life
He has been featured in the television series Insane Coaster Wars as a roller coaster expert and was a registered member of the American Coaster Enthusiasts organization in 1999.
Robb alvey rides thunderbird at holiday world rider cam pov
Theme Park Review
Theme Park Review is a website created by Alvey as a place to show his and others travels to different theme parks. The website was started in 1996 and became a site for coaster videos, photos, forums, and information about theme parks and roller coasters. In total, the website sees over 2 million visitors a year and has more than 35,000 registered members. After the popularity of his website increased, a number of people indicated they wished to be involved in his theme park tours, so he began selling tickets for fans to accompany him. These tours were organized by Alvey through his website and span multiple theme parks across the United States and internationally, such as the Middle America Tour in August 2010, where seventeen theme parks were attended over the course of fifteen days, and a 40-person world tour that included Aussie World in Australia.
Alvey has worked as a video game producer on a number of games including the remake A Boy and His Blob and Call of Duty: United Offensive. Companies he has worked with include MGM Interactive, WayForward Technologies, Take-Two Interactive, and Gray Matter Interactive.
He currently lives in Orlando, Florida