Abraham Benrubi's breakout role was as Jerry Markovic in the medical drama "ER" from 1994-2009, which earned him critical acclaim and a loyal fan following.

He has a talent for voice acting and has lent his voice to several popular animated shows and movies, including "The Big Lebowski," "Men in Black: The Series," "Batman Beyond," and "Open Season."

Despite his towering height of 6'7", Abraham Benrubi was a gymnast and dancer in his youth, which is evident in some of his physical performances in movies and TV shows.

He is a skilled improviser and has honed his skills on various comedy shows and movies, including "Parker Lewis Can't Lose," "The Drew Carey Show," and "Twister."

He has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, including Steven Spielberg, George Clooney, and Sandra Bullock.

Abraham Benrubi's movie credits include popular films like "George of the Jungle," "U Turn," "The Majestic," and "Wristcutters: A Love Story."

He has also made appearances on hit TV shows like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Malcolm in the Middle," "The X-Files," and "CSI: Miami."

One of his most iconic roles was as the lovable chef Roy in the cult classic TV show "Men in Trees" from 2006-2008.

She is a passionate philanthropist and supports several charities, including Save the Children and World Vision.

Abraham Benrubi is a skilled musician and has played the bass guitar for several bands, including "Abraham Benrubi and the Farm Accident Choir."

He has a passion for cooking and has hosted several cooking shows, including "The Grill Team" and "I'm Having a BBQ with Abraham Benrubi."

In 2019, he starred in the drama film "Low Tide" alongside Jaeden Martell and Keean Johnson.

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