Who is Abraham Benrubi?
Abraham Benrubi is an American citizen and was born on October 4, 1969, in Indianapolis, Indiana, under the sign of the Libra. He is a character actor, and Jerry Markovic, the character he played in the love triangle drama “ER,” which aired from 1994 to 2009 and starred Anthony Edwards, George Clooney, and Julianna Margulies, is probably best known for him. The show, which follows the staff of County General Hospital in Chicago, won 156 awards overall, including a Golden Globe, and was nominated for 367 more.
Where Is He Right Now?
Abraham Benrubi is continuously filming and recording for several shows, including the animated comedy-adventure “It’s Pony” and another animated comedy “Robot Chicken,” despite some allegations that he has stopped performing and has been avoiding the media.
Adolescence And Education
Abraham’s parents, Patricia, a housewife, and his father Asher Benrubi, a rock singer who currently performs as “Smash” on St. Louis radio, raised him as an only child in Indianapolis. Abraham’s paternal grandparents were both Greek Jews, and his grandmother assisted in hiding Jews during the Second World War.
When Abraham was a student at Broad Ripple High School for four years, he developed an interest in acting and participated in numerous school productions. He also enjoyed playing soccer and football for fun and was physically active. After graduating in 1987, Abraham chose to follow his dream of being a well-known actor rather than enrolling in college.
Television Show Roles
We shall discuss some of Abraham’s most noteworthy performances in this article. Abraham has acted in about 110 films and TV shows.
In the 1990’s “Mike, the Teacher” episode of the sitcom “Growing Pains,” he played the part of Really Big Kid in his first TV series appearance. This was followed by a cameo appearance in the sitcom “Wings.”
Abraham rose to fame the same year he began as Larry Kubiac, the main character in the teen comedy “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose,” and he remained a part of the ensemble cast until the show’s conclusion in 1993. In the science fiction show “Sleepwalkers,” which follows various academics who discover a technique to access the dreams of psychiatric patients, he started making appearances as the series’ protagonist Vincent Konefke in 1998. The acclaimed science fiction drama “The X-Files,” the drama “Dark Angel,” and the dramedy series “Going To California” were among the numerous shows in which Abraham later made guest appearances in individual episodes.
Abraham began voicing more than 10 characters in the animated stop-motion comedy sketch series “Robot Chicken” the same year he made his voice acting debut as Todd in the animated sitcom “American Dad!” After being selected for all three installments of “Robot Chicken: Star Wars,” he was given his next leading role as Ben Thomasson in the romantic comedy “Men in Trees” the following year. He also proceeded to play voices in other films. Abraham portrayed several characters in the CGI-animated comedy “Star Wars Detours” two years after lending his voice to Sgt. JC Lightfoot in ten episodes of the crime comedy “Memphis Beat” in 2010.
He played Pete McCann in the procedural drama “APB” for 11 episodes in 2017, Leslie in the sitcom “Still the King” for one episode in the same year, and Russ LaPointe in the action drama “Chicago Fire” for the episode “The White Whale” in 2019. These are his three most recent TV series appearances.
Abraham made his film debut in 1990 as Rick in “Diving In,” and some of his subsequent appearances included those in the dramas “Crossing the Bridge” and “The Program” as well as the 1994 western comedy “Wagons East.”
In 1997, Abraham starred in his debut short film, “Talking Dessert,” and the following year, he played Thor in the comedy “George of the Jungle.” He appeared as Bouncer in the critically praised 1998 film “I Woke Up Early the Day I Died” with Billy Zane, Tippi Hedren, and Ron Perlman. The same year, he also made his feature voice acting debut as Serge in the animated comedy “The Rugrats Movie.” He made a brief cameo in the 2001 crime picture “The Man Who Wasn’t There,” and some of his later significant roles include those in the 2004 western “Open Range,” the 2006 fantasy black comedy “Wristcutters: A Love Story,” and the 2009 coming-of-age comedy “Calvin Marshall.”
Abraham played Michael Spencer in the indie dramatic thriller film “Deep Dark Canyon” in 2012, and in the post-apocalyptic comedy “Bounty Killer” in 2013, he played Jimbo. He portrayed General in the critically acclaimed Disney animated superhero film “Big Hero 6” in the year 2014, while the World War II drama “Little Boy” featured him as Teacup. As Detective Yarden in the 2017 psychological horror film “Like. Share. Follow,” in the 2019 horror picture “Bliss,” and in the 2020 adventure film “The Call of the Wild,” are three of Abraham’s most recent cinematic appearances.
Performing In Video Game Roles
In the video games “Mystery Island II” and “Myth III: The Wolf Age” in 2001 and “World of Warcraft” in 2004, respectively, Abraham provided the voices for his first gaming characters. In 2005, he provided the voice for Jerry in the computer game “ER,” and in 2012, he portrayed several characters in “Skylanders: Giants” and “Skylanders: Swap Force.”
He voiced various characters in “World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor,” as well as Urzael the Harbinger of Death in both “Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition” and “Diablo III: Reaper of Souls” in 2014.
Abraham’s most recent video game appearances were in “StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void” in 2015, “World of Warcraft: Legion” in 2016, and “World of Warcraft: Combat for Azeroth” in 2018. Abraham voiced Diablo in the crossover multiplayer online battle arena game “Heroes of the Storm” in 2015.
Abraham is still in high demand as a cherished supporting actor and in continuing his voice-acting for a range of animated films and video game projects. He is far from being retired and done as an actor.
Since the beginning of his acting career, Abraham hasn’t mentioned any women he may have dated because he is very private about his love life.
However, it is known that he was dating a woman named Nicole while filming “ER.” When asked in an interview what his girlfriend thought about him kissing actresses on the set of “ER,” Abraham said that she actually liked it and frequently visited the set to watch them kiss so that she could tease the actors.
Although some people think Abraham and Nicole might still be together, it is known that the well-known actor wed his spouse very recently on September 29, 2019, in a small ceremony in Castellina in Chianti, Italy. Abraham has also posted numerous photos of the couple on his Instagram account.
Some of his admirers claim that the woman is Italian and that they have been dating for two years, but they won’t reveal her identity.
Activities And Other Passions
In his spare time, Abraham enjoys reading, and he prefers to study historical and philosophical works.
Animals are his passion, and he just acquired a French bulldog named Coco as a pet. Abraham has posted numerous images of Coco to his Instagram account.
Abraham doesn’t adhere to a rigorous diet but likes to eat fruits and vegetables over all other types of food. Despite this, he occasionally must eat meat.
He enjoys traveling and has visited numerous European and US states, although maybe predictably, Italy is his favorite destination.
Johnny Depp and Anne Hathaway are Abraham’s favorite actors and actresses, and some of his favorite films are “One Day,” “Les Miserables,” and the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series.
Body Structure And Net Worth
Abraham is 50 years old. He stands at 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 meters) tall, with short brown hair, and blue eyes. He weighs about 220 lbs (100kgs).
His estimated net worth as of September 2020 is more than $5 million.