Saul Rubinek - Details


SAUL RUBINEK is a familiar face to both film and television audiences, most recently for his appearances on the hit sitcom "Frasier" as Daphne's fiancé. He just completed work on the upcoming release "Family Man, The (2000) ," starring Nicolas Cage. He has also been seen in numerous feature films, including "Dick," "Pale Saints," "Nixon (1995) ," "I Love Trouble (1994) ," "Getting Even With Dad (1994) ," "True Romance (1993) ," Clint Eastwood's Oscar®-winning Best Picture "Unforgiven (1992) ," "The Bonfire of the Vanities," "Wall Street (1987) ," "Sweet Liberty," "Against All Odds," "Soup for One," and "Ticket to Heaven," for which he won Canada's Genie Award.
Rubinek made his directorial debut with the dark comedy "Jerry & Tom," which aired on Showtime. He more recently directed "Club Land," starring Alan Alda and Steven Weber, also to air on Showtime.
He also recently starred in the Showtime adaptation of Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor," with Nathan Lane. His other television acting credits include "36 Hours to Die," "Blackjack," directed by John Woo, "Color of Justice," "Nothing Lasts Forever," the acclaimed miniseries "Hiroshima," the award-winning HBO movie "And the Band Played On," "Prescription for Murder," "The Suicide Murders" and "The Terry Fox Story."


  • 31st July 1948 - Birth