Abraham Benrubi Wiki, Bio, Married, Wife, Girlfriend or Gay

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Abraham Benrubi Wiki, Bio, Married, Wife, Girlfriend or Gay

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Date of Birth/Birthday October 04, 1969
Age 54 Years 6 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession/Occupation Character Actor
Working For/Engaged On Movies, TV Shows
Wife/Spouse Not Yet
Married Not Yet
Divorced Not Yet
Girlfriend/Dating Not Disclosed
Gay/Lesbian No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Height/Tall 6 feet 7 inches
Weight 270 lbs(122 kg)(approx.)
Children/Kids Not Yet

Abraham Benrubi is an American character actor born on October 4, 1969, as Abraham Rubin Hercules Benrubi. He was born as the eldest son of Patricia and Asher Benrubi in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Benrubi is the graduate of Broad Ripple High School situated in Indianapolis. By his school days, he already had developed his interest in acting though he had not planned to pursue his career as an actor.

Today, Abraham Benrubi can establish himself as a successful actor who is believed to earn an excellent net worth, which remains undisclosed.

His work in the industry and appearance in the movies has not only mounted him to the success but also has given him a special place in the hearts of the audience.

He is best known for his appearance on the long-running U.S. TV drama ER where he appeared as Jerry Markovic.

Similarly, his acting credit includes his performance on the series Parker Lewis Can't Lose where he portrayed the character of Larry Kubiac and on the Adult Swim claymation series Robot Chicken for his voice acting.

With the character of Roy "R.J." Biggins Jr on the show sings Benrubi began his acting career. He then appeared on NBC's ER and in first and second seasons of Parker Lewis Can't Lose.

Playing bartender/millionaire Ben Tomasson, Benrubi appeared as one of the major characters in ABC's show named Men in Trees. He also appeared in a flashback episode of Roseanne where he played a young Dan Conner.

From April 2010 to June 2010, he made his presence in the short-lived ABC show, Happy Town with the role of Big Dave Duncan.

Right after the announcement of the cancellation of series, Benrubi appeared in a new show Memphis Beat playing the character of police Sgt. Jody "JC" Lightfoot.

Benrubi, in his acting career, has appeared in many movies and television series. He has been able to create a place in the heart of his audience and fans by his natural acting abilities.

In May 2011 it was announced that Benrubi would appear in a "3D psychological thriller", Glutton playing the character of Jethro, a 1,200-pound man.

There is no doubt that Abraham Benrubi is a versatile actor who can justify the character in the story with his acting skills and performances.

He is at present working on an independent film named To Kill a Memory. Most of us are excited to see his performance in To Kill Memory.

Forty-six-year-old Abraham has kept himself away from celebrity lifestyle and stardom. He has maintained privacy in his personal life by not opening up with his dating history and relationship status.

According to some sources, Benrubi had three girlfriends until the day. Though he has been in a relationship thrice, he has not found her to be wife.

It seems that Ben Ubi is now very busy to flourish more of his acting skills and to work on different projects as he has not been married yet. He being unmarried doesn’t mean him to be a gay.

Standing tall at the height of six feet seven inches, Benrubi is a little chubby and fat.

Stoked to pick up @brubaker 's latest #comicbook from @MeltdownComics

Though there are many pictures of him in the media and his Instagram account, there is no any shirtless picture of him. To learn more about his biography, one can go through the wiki.