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Saul Rubinek

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B: July 2, 1948 in Föhrenwald, Wolfratshausen, Germany

Saul Rubinek pictured as Arte Nielson in a publicity still from the series, Warehouse 13. While many people equate the life of an actor with the glitz and glamor they see on personality-driven television shows or in magazines, the truth is usually vastly different. Many actors have gone on the record about how difficult it was in the early days of their careers, the hardships they had to overcome, the disappointments and how it seemed to be an endless struggle until that first break catapulted them into the warm glow of stardom. Acting was a way of life Saul Rubinek was born into, however, in a time and place no one would ever wish.

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Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

The Wordsmith (TV-1979)

Death Ship (1980)
Nothing Personal (1980)
Agency (1980)
Ticket to Heaven (1981)
Young Doctors in Love (1982)
Soup for One (1982)
By Design (1982)
Martin’s Day (1984)
Concealed Enemies (TV-1984)
Against All Odds (1984)
Highpoint (1984)
The Suicide Murders (TV-1985)
Half of a Lifetime (TV-1986)
Sweet Liberty (1986)
Prescription for Murder (TV-1987)
Hitting Home (TV-1987)
Wall Street (1987)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (1988)
Obsessed (1988)
Liberace: behind the Music (1988)

Falling Over Backwards (1990)
The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990)
The Quarrel (1992)
Unforgiven (1992)
Man Trouble (1992)
Undercover Blues (1993)
Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (TV-1993)
And The Band Played On (TV-1993)
True Romance (1993)
Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1994)
I Love Trouble (1994)
Getting Even with Dad (1994)
Rainbow (1995)
Hiroshima (TV-1995)
The Android Affair (TV-1995)
Nixon (1995)
Memory Run (1996)
Open Season (1996)
Pale Saints (1997)
Hostile Intent (1997)
Color of Justice (TV-1997)
Past Perfect (1998)
Blackjack (TV-1998)
Bad Manners (1998)
36 Hours to Die (TV-1999)
Dick (1999)

The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolf Mystery (TV-2000)
The Bookfair Murders (TV-2000)
Lakeboat (2000)
The Contender (2000)
The Family Man (2000)
Laughter on the 23rd Floor (TV-2001)
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
Triggerman (2002)
Night’s Noontime (2002)
Gleason (TV-2002)
The Brady Bunch in the White House (TV-2002)
The Singing Detective (2003)
Hollywood North (2003)
How to Get the Man’s Foot Outta Your Ass (2003)
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself (2003)
Intern Academy (aka Whitecoats, 2003)
Coast to Coast (TV-2003)
Going Down: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss (TV-2004)
Santa’s Slay (2005)
Partner’s (2005)
Jesse Stone: Night Passage (TV-2006)
Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ (TV-2006)
Blackout (2007)
Jesse Stone: Sea Change (TV-2007)
A Broken Life (2007)
War (2007)
Julia (2008)
Lighthouse (2008)
The Trotsky (2009)

Jesse Stone: No Remorse (TV-2010)
Barney’s Version (2010)
Knucklehead (2010)
Kill Me Please (2010)
Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (TV-2011)
Three Days in Dublin (2012)
Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (TV-2012)
Arguments (2015, short)
Gridlocked (2015)
Polina (2016)
A Bronx Life (TV-2016)
I Am Normal (2018, short)
The Song of Names (2019)

TV Series – Cast:
Men (1989)
Nothing Lasts Forever (1995, mini-series)
Ink (1996-1997)
Fraser (1999-2002)

A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001-2002)
Blind Justice (2005)
The Trojan Horse (2008, mini-series)
Leverage (2008, 2012)
Warehouse 13 (2009-2014)

The Last Tycoon (2017)
Caught (2018, mini-series)

Credits as a Director:
-P indicates also Producer

So Many Miracles (documentary, 1988-P)
Jerry and Tom (1997-P)
Club Land (2000)
Bleacher Bums (TV-2002)
Cruel But Necessary (2005)
Arguments (2015, short)

Credits as a Screenwriter:
-P indicates also Producer

So Many Miracles (documentary, 1988-P)
Jerry and Tom (1997-P)
Arguments (2015, short)
Polina (2018)

The Trotsky, movie poster
Poster for the 2009 movie, The Trotsky