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Saul Rubinek

Mostly Credited As: Saul Rubinek
Date Of Birth: July 02, 1948 (Age 66)
Country Of Birth: Germany
Birth Place: Föhrenwald, Wolfratshausen, Bavaria
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Saul Rubinek


Saul Rubinek was born in a refugee camp in Germany after WWII where his father ran a Yiddish Repertory Theatre company. Saul started his professional career as a child actor in theatre and radio in Canada. He was a member of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival company in Stratford, Ontario (1969-70) and later was a co-founder, actor and director of Theatre Le Hibou, Theatre Passe-Muraille and Toronto Free Theatre (1968-1974). Rubinek started working in the United States as an actor at the Public Theatre in New York (1979), and he divided his time between theatres in both countries for several years. He got his early training in film and television as an actor for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and he continues to work as a producer, writer and actor for Canadian independent features. He has also starred in these Canadian films: Ralph L. Thomas' Ticket to Heaven (1981) (Genie award: best supporting actor); Claude Jutra's By Design (1982) (Genie nomination: best actor); Robin Spry's Obsessed (1987) (supporting actor nomination); Allan A. Goldstein's The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (1988) (Genie nomination: best actor); Mort Ransen's Falling Over Backwards (1990) and Eli Cohen's award-winning dramatic film The Quarrel (1991), which was also co-produced by American Playhouse for PBS. Rubinek's work on U.S television spans three decades and includes recurring roles on "The Equalizer" (1985), guest-starring roles on "Hill Street Blues" (1981), "L.A. Law" (1986) (the final episode), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987) (episode "The Most Toys") and "The Outer Limits" (1995). He has been a semi-regular on "Frasier" (1993). He has been nominated for awards for his work in stage, radio, television and film, winning DramaLogue awards for his "Touchstone" in Des McAnuff's La Jolla production of "As You Like It" (1984) and for directing Rick Cleveland's "Tom and Jerry" at Los Angeles' Met Theatre in 1994. In the United States, he played supporting roles in Rod Lurie's The Contender (2000) with Joan Allen and in Brett Ratner's The Family Man (2000), opposite Nicolas Cage. He also appeared as "Henry Kissinger" in Andrew Fleming's comedy Dick (1999). He starred in Jonathan Kaufer's independent film Bad Manners (1997) with Bonnie Bedelia and David Strathairn. He was also featured in Oliver Stone's Nixon (1995) and on Showtime's award-winning Hiroshima (1995) (TV) for Roger Spottiswoode. Saul has co-starred in Tony Scott's dramatic thriller True Romance (1993) with Christian Slater; in MGM's Getting Even with Dad (1994) with Macaulay Culkin and Ted Danson; in Disney's comedy-thriller I Love Trouble (1994) with Nick Nolte and 'Julia Roberts' and also in HBO's award-winning drama And the Band Played On (1993) (TV). He played the biographer 'W.W. Beauchamp' in Clint Eastwood's Academy Award winning Unforgiven (1992). In 1997, Rubinek directed his first feature for Lions Gate Films, based on the play he previously directed, Jerry and Tom (1998). He also was producer on the film in partnership with his wife Elinor Reid, and Ralph Zimmerman, Rubinek's long-time manager. The film was an official entry in competition at Sundance in 1998. He also directed Club Land (2001) (TV) for Showtime/Paramount. Rubinek, Elinor Reid and Ralph Zimmerman's company, Creative Differences, continues to develop and produce film and television. Penguin Books published (1987) Rubinek's non-fiction book "So Many Miracles", an account of his parents' survival growing up in Poland during World War II. He wrote and produced an award-winning documentary (1988) of the same title So Many Miracles (1987) for CBC and PBS which chronicles his parents' reunion with the people who saved their lives during the Holocaust.


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TV Appearances

Main cast 
Warehouse 13: Grand Designs Webseries (2012)As: Artie Nielsen
Warehouse 13: Of Monsters and Men Webseries (2011)As: Artie Nielsen
Warehouse 13 (2009)As: Artie Nielsen
The Trojan Horse (2008)As: Rafe Kott
Ink (1996)As: Alan Mesnick
Episode Cast Credits 

Person of Interest (2011) 
  Aletheia 03x12: (Jan/07/2014) As Arthur Claypool 
  Lethe 03x11: (Dec/17/2013) As Arthur Claypool 

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) 
  Funny Valentine 14x16: (Feb/27/2013) As Mr. Price 

Leverage (2008) 
  The Last Dam Job 04x18: (Jan/15/2012) As Victor Dubenich 
  The Radio Job 04x17: (Jan/08/2012) As Victor Dubenich, [Uncredited]
  The Nigerian Job 01x01: (Dec/07/2008) As Victor Dubenich 

Boston Legal (2004) 
  Kill, Baby, Kill ! 05x09: (Nov/17/2008) As Donald Feldcamp 

Psych (2006) 
  Lights, Camera...Homicidio 02x13: (Jan/25/2008) As Lance 

Masters of Horror (2005) 
  The Washingtonians 02x12: (Jan/26/2007) As Professor Harkinson 

Eureka (2006) 
  Invincible 01x05: (Aug/15/2006) As Dr. Carl Carlson 

Lost (2004) 
  Adrift 02x02: (Sep/28/2005) As Custody Attorney 

Blind Justice (2005) 
  Dance with Me 01x11: (May/17/2005) As Dr. Allan Galloway 
  Seoul Man 01x06: (Apr/12/2005) As Dr. Allan Galloway 
  Marlon's Brando 01x05: (Apr/05/2005) As Dr. Allan Galloway 
  Up on a Roof 01x04: (Mar/29/2005) As Dr. Allan Galloway 

Jack & Bobby (2004) 
  Today I am a Man 01x11: (Dec/01/2004) As Nahum Mayhew 

Stargate SG-1 (1997) 
  Heroes, Part 2 07x18: (Feb/20/2004) As Emmett Bregman 
  Heroes (1) 07x17: (Feb/13/2004) As Emmett Bregman 

Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000) 
  The 5 Wood 04x05: (Feb/01/2004) As Saul/Dr. Len Funkhouser 
  The Weatherman 04x04: (Jan/25/2004) As Saul/Dr. Len Funkhouser 

NYPD Blue (1993) 
  Only Schmucks Pay Income Tax 11x09: (Nov/25/2003) As Barry Tytel 

L.A. Dragnet (2003) 
  Slice of Life 02x05: (Nov/01/2003) As Marc Guggenheim 

Law & Order (1990) 
  Genius 13x17: (Apr/02/2003) As Ira Simpkis 

Frasier (1993) 
  The Ring Cycle 10x01: (Sep/24/2002) As Donny Douglas 
  And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon (2) 08x02: (Oct/24/2000) As Donny Douglas 
  And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon (1) 08x01: (Oct/24/2000) As Donny Douglas 
  Something Borrowed, Someone Blue (2) 07x24: (May/18/2000) As Donny Douglas 

Once and Again (1999) 
  Chance of a Lifetime 03x19: (Apr/15/2002) As Colin 
  Kind of Blue 03x03: (Oct/12/2001) As Colin Fleischer 

The Outer Limits (1995) (1995) 
  Tribunal 05x12: (May/14/1999) As Aaron Zgierski 
  Caught in the Act 01x15: (Jun/23/1995) As Professor Hugaro 

The Practice (1997) 
  Infected 03x21: (Apr/25/1999) As Arnold Hunter 
  Home Invasions 03x20: (Apr/18/1999) As Arnold Hunter 

L.A. Law (1986) 
  Finish Line 08x22: (May/19/1994) As Harold Schoen 

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) 
  The Most Toys 03x22: (May/07/1990) As Kivas Fajo 

The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985) 
  Gotcha! 03x04: (Feb/20/1988) As John Griffiths 

The Equalizer (1985) 
  Torn 01x17: (Feb/05/1986) As Jason Mazer 
  Dead Drop 01x15: (Jan/22/1986) As Jason Mazer 
  The Distant Fire 01x08: (Nov/06/1985) As Jason Mazer 

Hill Street Blues (1981) 
  Fuched Again 05x08: (Nov/22/1984) As Armand Bittar 

Sidestreet (1975) 
  Big Brother 04x03: (Oct/08/1978) As Frank, [Special Guest Stars]
Trivia

His parents were survivors of the Holocaust.

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