Saul Rubinek

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Saul Rubinek
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Saul Rubinek at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con International.
Born (1948-07-02) July 2, 1948 (age 70)
NationalityCanadian
Education Camp B'nai Brith
OccupationActor, Director, Producer and Playwright
Years active1968–present
Spouse(s) Kate Lynch (1977–?) [1]
Elinor Reid (1990–present; 2 children -- Hannah b. 1991; Sam b. 1995 [2]

Saul Rubinek (born July 2, 1948) is a German-born Canadian character actor, director, playwright, and producer of television, theatre, and film. He has had roles in notable films including Against All Odds (1984), Oliver Stone's Wall Street (1987), The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), True Romance (1993), and the Academy Award-winning Western Unforgiven (1992). [3]

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Rubinek is also known for his role as Artie Nielsen in the Syfy series Warehouse 13 and Louis B. Mayer in The Last Tycoon, and has had recurring roles on Frasier, A Nero Wolfe Mystery, and Leverage. He is a five-time Genie Award nominee, winning Best Supporting Actor for Ticket to Heaven (1981), and a two-time Gemini Award nominee. His first play, Terrible Advice premiered in September 2011.

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Early life

Rubinek was born in Föhrenwald, Wolfratshausen, Germany, the son of Polish Jews, Frania and Israel Rubinek, who was a factory worker, theatre company manager, Yiddish Theatre actor, and Talmudic scholar. Rubinek's parents were hidden by Polish farmers for over two years during World War II and moved to Canada in 1948. [4] [5] [6]

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Career

At the encouragement of his parents, Rubinek began taking acting lessons and joined the Ottawa Little Theatre. In 1969, he began performing at the Stratford Festival. He made lasting contributions to the Toronto theatre scene, co-founding the Canadian Stage Company and working extensively with Theatre Passe Muraille as an actor and producer. He began working in the United States in the 1970s, acting in Off-Broadway productions. In 1984, he won a Drama-Logue Award for Des McAnuff's La Jolla production of As You Like It . [3]

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Early in his career, Rubinek gained the attention of Canadian audiences when he starred as detective Benny Cooperman in two TV films, The Suicide Murders (1985) and Murder Sees the Light (1986), which are based on books in author Howard Engel's popular series of mystery novels set in the Niagara Region of Canada. [7] Rubinek starred as Owen Hughes, the antagonist, in Obsessed (1987). In another TV film, Liberace: Behind the Music (1988), he played Seymour Heller, the long-time friend and manager of Liberace.

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In 1982, he played Allan in the sexually-themed romantic comedy Soup For One , that was directed and written by Jonathan Kaufer and produced by Marvin Worth. Rubinek also appeared in Taylor Hackford's Against All Odds (1984), Oliver Stone's Wall Street (1987), as a lawyer, The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (1988), as a fun-loving rabbi, Brian De Palma's The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), again as a lawyer, and in a lead part as a rabbi in The Quarrel (1991). He is also noted for his performance in Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven (1992) as a pulp fiction writer. He had a notable role in Tony Scott's True Romance (1993) as a pompous, cocaine-addicted film producer based on Joel Silver and Harvey Weinstein. [8]

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Taylor Hackford American film director, and president of the Directors Guild of America

Taylor Edwin Hackford is an American film director and former president of the Directors Guild of America. He won the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for Teenage Father (1979). Hackford went on to direct a number of highly regarded feature films, most notably An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) and Ray (2004), the latter of which saw him nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director and Academy Award for Best Picture.

Oliver Stone American film director, screenwriter, and producer

William Oliver Stone is an American writer, filmmaker and conspiracy theorist. Stone won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay as writer of Midnight Express (1978). He also wrote the acclaimed gangster movie Scarface (1983). Stone achieved prominence as director/writer of the war drama Platoon (1986), for which he won the Academy Award for Best Director and the film received Best Picture. Platoon was the first in a trilogy of films based on the Vietnam War, in which Stone served as an infantry soldier. He continued the series with Born on the Fourth of July (1989)—for which Stone won his second Best Director Oscar—and Heaven & Earth (1993). Stone's other notable works include the Salvadoran Civil War-based drama Salvador (1986); the financial drama Wall Street (1987) and its 2010 sequel Money Never Sleeps; the Jim Morrison biographical film The Doors (1991); the satirical black comedy crime film Natural Born Killers (1994); and a trilogy of films based on the American Presidency—JFK (1991), Nixon (1995) and W. (2008). His latest film is Snowden (2016).

He co-starred in the 1993 Emmy Award-winning American made-for-television docudrama And the Band Played On as Dr. Jim Curran. Rubinek played the character Kivas Fajo in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Most Toys". Rubinek, an ardent Star Trek fan, abruptly took over the part after David Rappaport, the actor who was originally cast in the role, attempted suicide shortly after filming of the episode had begun. (Rappaport later committed suicide just after the episode premiered.)

Another science fiction role portrayed by Rubinek was as a documentary film director named Emmett Bregman, on the seventh season of the Canadian-American military science fiction television series Stargate SG-1 , in a two-part episode called "Heroes, Parts 1 & 2". He also played Donny Douglas (Daphne Moon's fiancé and Niles Crane's divorce lawyer) in several episodes of the American sitcom Frasier .

He appeared, in different roles, in two episodes of the 1995 revival of The Outer Limits . He played the role of Louis the Lion on YTV's The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (1995). He also had a cameo appearance as a casino pit boss in the film Rush Hour 2 .[ citation needed ]

Rubinek played Alan Mintz opposite Nicolas Cage in the 2000 film The Family Man . Also in 2000, Rubinek played Detective Saul Panzer in The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery , the series pilot for the 2001-02 A&E TV series A Nero Wolfe Mystery , in which he would subsequently play the recurring role of reporter Lon Cohen. In 2005 he appeared in the short-lived American television series Blind Justice , and has appeared from 2006 to 2012 in the supporting role of Hasty Hathaway in the Jesse Stone series of TV films, starring Tom Selleck.

His single-episode guest appearances during the 2000s include two 2004 episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm , the "Adrift" episode in the beginning of Lost's second season in 2005, the 2006 "Invincible" episode of Eureka , the 2007 episode of the TV series Masters of Horror "The Washingtonians", and a 2008 episode of the TV series Psych . That same year he guest-starred as Victor Dubenich, the antagonist in the pilot episode of Leverage , reappearing in 2012 for the last two episodes of season 4. In 2013, he guest-starred in two subsequent episodes of the TV series Person of Interest . [9] [10]

In 2005, he directed the independent film, Cruel but Necessary . The following year he appeared in a supporting role in the 2009 Canadian feature comedy The Trotsky . Rubinek starred in the Syfy series Warehouse 13 as Artie Nielsen, a covert agent employed by a secretive council to recover mystical artifacts with his team. The series finale was aired on May 19, 2014 on Syfy.

His first play, Terrible Advice premiered in September 2011 at the Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre in Southwark, London, starring Scott Bakula, Sharon Horgan, Andy Nyman and Caroline Quentin. [11] In 2018, he was cast in a recurring role on the Amazon Prime series The Hunt.

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1968Slow RunNarrator (voice)Laurence KardishShort film
1980 Death Ship Jackie Alvin Rakoff
The Agency Sam Goldstein George Kaczender Nominated- Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor
Nothing Personal Pete BradenGeorge BloomfieldUncredited
1981 Ticket to Heaven Larry Ralph L. Thomas Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor
By Design Terry Loeb Claude Jutra Nominated- Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor
1982 Soup for One Allan Jonathan Kaufer
Young Doctors in Love Floyd Kurtzman Garry Marshall
Highpoint Centino Peter Carter
1984 Against All Odds Steve Kirsch Taylor Hackford
1985 Martin's Day Hitchhiker Alan Gibson
1986 Sweet Liberty Bo Hodges Alan Alda
1987 Wall Street Harold Salt Oliver Stone
Taking Care Carl Clarke Mackey
1988 The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick Rabbi Teitelman Allan A. Goldstein Nominated- Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor
1990 The Bonfire of the Vanities Jed Kramer Brian De Palma
Falling Over Backwards Mel Rosenblum Mort Ransen
1991 The Quarrel Hersh Rasseyner Eli Cohen
1992 Man Trouble Laurence Moncrief Bob Rafelson
Unforgiven W.W. Beauchamp Clint Eastwood
1993 Undercover Blues Mr. Ferderber Herbert Ross
Death Wish V: The Face of Death Brian Hoyle Allan A. Goldstein
True Romance Lee Donowitz Tony Scott
1994 I Love Trouble Sam Smotherman Charles Shyer
Getting Even with Dad Bobby Drace Howard Deutch
1995 Nixon Herb Klein Oliver Stone
1996 Memory Run Dr. Munger Allan A. Goldstein
Rainbow Sam Cohen Bob Hoskins
1997 Bad Manners Matt Carroll Jonathan Kaufer
Pale Saints Whitey J. H. Wyman Nominated- Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor
1998 Jerry and Tom Dogtrack VictimHimselfDirectorial Debut
1999 Dick Henry Kissinger Andrew Fleming
2000 Lakeboat Cuthman Joe Mantegna
The Contender Jerry Tolliver Rod Lurie Critics' Choice Alan J. Pakula Award for Artistic Excellence
The Family Man Alan Mintz Brett Ratner
2001 Rush Hour 2 Red Dragon Box ManCameo appearance
2002 Triggermen JazzerJohn Bradshaw
2003 The Singing Detective Skin Specialist Keith Gordon
Hollywood North Paul Linder Peter O'Brian
Baadasssss! Howie Kaufman Mario Van Peebles
2004PursuedDexter O'Neill Kristoffer Tabori
Intern Academy Dr. Sam Bonnert Dave Thomas
2005 Santa's Slay Mr. GreenDavid Steiman
Cruel but Necessary N/AHimselfAlso producer
2007 War Dr. Sherman Philip Atwell
2008 A Broken Life BossNeil Coombs
Julia Mitch Erick Zonca
The Express Art Modell Gary Fleder
2009 The Trotsky David Bronstein Jacob Tierney
2010 Barney's Version Mr. Charnofsky Richard J. Lewis
Knucklehead Rabbi Michael W. Watkins Cameo appearance
Kill Me Please M. BreimanOlias Barco
Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!! Martin Hirsch Evgeny Afineevsky FilmOut Audience Award for Best Supporting Actor
2015 Gridlocked Marty Allan Ungar
2018 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Frenchman/René Joel Coen
Ethan Coen
Segment: "The Mortal Remains"

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1975-77 King of Kensington Jerry Beck / Ansons PhelpsEpisodes: "The Gambler" & "The End of the World"
1979 The Wordsmith Mervyn Kaplansky Television film

Nominated- Genie Award for Best Actor (Non-Feature)

1980 The Littlest Hobo Tim ReaganEpisode: "Escape"
Bizarre Himself/Various24 episodes
1981Clown WhiteMr. Freed Television film
1983 The Terry Fox Story Dan Grey
1984 Seeing Things JeffriesEpisode: "An Eye on the Future"
Hill Street Blues Armand BittarEpisode: "Fuched Again"
1985The Suicide MurdersBenny Cooperman Television film
1985-86 The Equalizer Jason Mazer3 episodes
1986Murder Sees the LightBenny Cooperman Television film
1988 The Ray Bradbury Theater John GriffthsEpisode: "Gotcha!"
Liberace: Behind the Music Seymour Heller Television film
Street Legal Grant MitchellEpisode: "The Homecoming"
1989 Men Paul Armas6 episodes
1990 Star Trek: The Next Generation Kivas FajoEpisode: "The Most Toys"
1993 Matrix Jeremy WinterEpisode: "Collateral Damage"
And the Band Played On Dr. Jim Curran Television film
1994 L.A. Law Harold SchoenEpisode: "Finish Line"
1995 Hiroshima Dr. Leo Szilard Television film
1995-99 The Outer Limits Professor Hugaro/Aaron ZgierskiEpisode: "Caught in the Act" & "Tribunal"
1996 Ink Alan Mesnick22 episodes
1998 Blackjack Thomas Television film
1999 The Practice Arnold HunterEpisodes: "Home Invasions" & "Infected"
Mentors Napoleon BonaparteEpisodes: "Little Emperor"
1999-2002 Frasier Donny Douglas15 episodes
2000 The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery Saul Panzer Television film
2001 Laughter on the 23rd Floor Ira Stone
2001-02 Once and Again Colin FleischerEpisodes: "Kind of Blue" & "Chance of a Lifetime"
A Nero Wolfe Mystery Lon Cohen10 episodes
2002 Gleason George "Bullets" Durgom Television film
The Brady Bunch in the White House Sal Astor
2003 Coast to Coast Gary Pereira
Law & Order Ira SimpkisEpisode: "Genius"
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Eli Morton Television film
NYPD Blue Barry TytelEpisode: "Only Schmucks Pay Income Tax"
2004 Curb Your Enthusiasm Dr. Saul FunkhouserEpisodes: "The Weatherman" & "The 5 Wood"
Stargate SG-1 Emmett BregmanEpisode: "Heroes"
Dr. Vegas Jonathan SelznickEpisode: "Lust for Life"
Threat Matrix Peter TomashevskiEpisode: "19 Seconds"
Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss Dr. Paul Fleiss Television film
Jack & Bobby Nahum MayhewEpisode: "Today I am a Man"
2005 Blind Justice Dr. Alan Galloway7 episodes
Trump Unauthorized Peter Wennik Television film
Lost Custody AttorneyEpisode: "Adrift"
2006 Jesse Stone: Night Passage Hasty Hathaway Television film
Eureka Dr. Carl CarlsonEpisode: "Invincible"
2007 Masters of Horror Professor HarkinsonEpisode: "The Washingtonians"
Jesse Stone: Sea Change Hasty Hathaway Television film
Blackout Sol
2008 Psych LanceEpisode: "Lights, Camera... Homicidio"
The Trojan Horse Rafe Kott Television film
Boston Legal Donald Feldcamp "Kill, Baby, Kill"
2008-12 Leverage Victor Dubenich3 episodes
2009-14 Warehouse 13 Artie Nielsen64 episodes
2010 Jesse Stone: No Remorse Hasty Hathaway Television film
2011 Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost
2012 Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt
2013 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Mr. PriceEpisode: "Funny Valentine"
2013-14 Person of Interest Arthur ClaypoolEpisodes: "Lethe" & "Aletheia"
2015 Beauty & the Beast Dr. GlenroyEpisode: "Heart of the Matter"
The Good Wife Judge Thomas TreemEpisode: "Taxed"
2016 Angie Tribeca PfoopaEpisode "Boyz II Dead"
Blue Bloods Sy GoodmanEpisode: "The Price of Justice"
2017 Doubt Judge Julius RoutbortEpisode: "Finally"
The Last Tycoon Louis B. Mayer 6 episodes
2018 Grey's Anatomy Rabbi EliEpisode: "One Day Like This"
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel PaulyEpisode: "We're Going to the Catskills!"
2019 The Hunt Murray MarkowitzUpcoming

Accolades

Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television

Broadcast Film Critics Association

FilmOut LGBT Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival

Director

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