Tibor Feldman

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Tibor Feldman
Born (1947-04-25) April 25, 1947 (age 75)
Years active1986-present

Tibor Feldman (born April 25, 1947) is an American actor, having played roles in movies, television shows, television commercials, and stage plays. He has appeared in television dramas including: Law & Order , Conviction , The Sopranos , Third Watch and New York Undercover .



In 2001, he appeared on the cover of the Maxwell House Haggadah. This edition remains annually distributed during the Passover period in supermarkets across the United States. Feldman has also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway plays.

He has played roles in films including Kissing Jessica Stein , Nothin' Goes Right in which he co-starred with Rodney Dangerfield and Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid. He was also in the movie Enchanted, in which he played Henry the lawyer. In 2006, he played Elias-Clark president Irv Ravitz in the film The Devil Wears Prada . [1] [2] In 2012 he starred as Reb Hersh in the independent film Where is Joel Baum? . He has starred in television commercials for companies including Microsoft, AT&T and FedEx. In 2008, Feldman played "Moe" in Goyband , which also stars Adam Pascal, Amy Davidson, Cris Judd, Tovah Feldshuh, and Natasha Lyonne. In 2017, he appeared in Keep the Change with Jessica Walter. [3]



1986 Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid Roger Morloche
1989Mortal SinsElliot Schmeckler
1998Above FreezingDr. Sheldon
1998River RedDr. Harry Fields
2000 Fast Food Fast Women Fast Food Patron 2
2001 The Believer Rabbi Greenwalt
2001 Kissing Jessica Stein Roland
2001 The Next Big Thing 'Weltanschauung' Man
2004 Poster Boy Therapist
2005 David & Layla Rabbi Rabinovich
2006 A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints Teacher
2006 The Devil Wears Prada Irv Ravitz
2006Nail PolishNoah Silverman
2007 Brooklyn Rules Professor Foster
2007 Enchanted Henry
2008 Goyband Moe
2009 The International Dr. Isaacson
2009 The Ministers Phil Morgan
2009My Secret BillionaireDunbar's Lawyer
2011 Trophy Kids Ira
2011 Musical Chairs Mr. Grinker
2011Smoking NonsmokingDr. Hurst
2012 Arbitrage Judge Rittenband
2012 Where is Joel Baum? Reb Hersh
2013 Deep Powder Headmaster Grant
2013 Bottled Up Dr. Kinski
2013 Sleeping with the Fishes Dr. Leonard Fish
2013Merry ChristmasLeon Carter
2015Sidewalk TrafficBill
2015 Emily & Tim Jon Posnick
2017Keep the ChangeLenny
2017 Humor Me Ed
2020About a TeacherDaddy
2020 Still Here Judge Snow


1987 The Equalizer CounselEpisode: "Shadow Play"
1993–2010 Law & Order Various roles5 episodes
1995 New York Undercover Big Dog's LawyerEpisode: "CAT"
1995 New York News Ted KilmarEpisode: "Forgotten"
1999 The Sopranos U.S. Attorney BraunEpisode: "46 Long"
2000–2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Various roles4 episodes
2002 Ed Foto Farm OwnerEpisode: "Memory Lane"
2002New AmericansMan in ChurchTelevision film
2003 Third Watch DamonteEpisode: "A Ticket Grows in Brooklyn"
2003, 2008 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Dr. Jacoby / Jack Duvall2 episodes
2006 Conviction Max Breitman
2007 Kidnapped Dr. Richard JannssenEpisode: "Resolution"
2009 Damages JudgeEpisode: "Burn It, Shred It, I Don't Care."
2009Loving LeahDr. SalowayTelevision film
2010 Fringe Dr. HalperinEpisode: "Unearthed"
2010 Rubicon Hutch Appleton3 episodes
2010, 2014 The Good Wife Judge Ilya Petrov2 episodes
2010–2017 Blue Bloods M.E. Craig Esterbrook3 episodes
2011 Onion News Network NYC CouncilmanEpisode: "Real America"
2013 Person of Interest Sinclair MelborneEpisode: "One Percent"
2013 Elementary Dr. Michael GlassmanEpisode: "Ancient History"
2013 The Michael J. Fox Show CabbieEpisode: "Christmas"
2016 The Blacklist Judge TrotterEpisode: "The Director (No. 24): Conclusion"
2016 Falling Water Dr. StaffordEpisode: "Monsters, Most Familiar"
2018 Pose Dr. ValleyEpisode: "Love Is the Message"
2018 Orange Is the New Black Judge Arthur Franklin3 episodes
2019 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Judge RosencranceEpisode: "Kimmy Finds a Liar!"
2019 Wu-Tang: An American Saga Judge O'MalleyEpisode: "Cold War"

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