Abraham Benrubi

Abraham Rubin Hercules Benrubi ( born October 4, 1969 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA) is an American actor who became known for his involvement in the American television series ER fame.

Life and achievements

The son of renowned DJs Asher Benrubi enthusiastic already during his school years at Broad Ripple High School for Acting. After passing the school his acting debut came in a small role of the four -part education series Private Victories, which was commissioned by the United States Department of Education in order. Other minor film roles followed suit until it six months later - was offered by the School of Cool - around the beginning of the 1990s - the role of the ever-hungry Larry Kubiac in the series Parker Lewis. In the television series Roseanne with Roseanne Barr, he played in flashbacks to the young Dan Connor. In addition, he starred in the series Married with Children in an episode of the nephew of Al Bundy, in another the 3rd baby.

A regular supporting role took over the two-meter man with the presentation of Jerry Markovic on the hit medical series ER - Emergency Room. In 2003, he played a major role as a good-natured Moses in Kevin Costner's western Open Range - The Big Country.

Filmography (selection)