Dov Tiefenbach
Canadian actor
Dov Tiefenbach
Dov Yosef Tiefenbach is a Canadian actor and musician. Tiefenbach was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began his acting career at the age of 12, first starting off in commercials before playing the role of 'Josh Avery' in the television series RoboCop (1994), and landed his first starring role as 'Murray Murray' in the short film Love Child (1995) alongside actress Neve Campbell.
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Sympathy for Delicious - JustPressPlay
Google News - over 5 years
As Joe begins to bring Dean's ability to the attention of others, Dean becomes resentful of using his gift with little gain for himself and joins a band (Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis, Dov Tiefenbach) where he practices his healing onstage amidst the
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In Review: 'Joanna,' 'Polish Bar' - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
... an apt description, as most of the film is set at the strip club, while the heart of the movie lies in Reuben's strained relationships with family members such as his stepfather Hershel (Richard Belzer) and orthodox cousin Moises (Dov Tiefenbach)
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Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures - Huffington Post
Google News - over 5 years
As Reuben's drug clients start to become unglued, Uncle Sol insists that Reuben let his cousin Moises (Dov Tiefenbach) stay at his apartment for a weekend. Moises, who once was quite a druggie himself, is now living clean and has found a new life as an
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Polish Bar - Variety
Google News - over 5 years
But that central conflict is just sputteringly articulated, best in scenes where Reuben banters with his Orthodox cousin (Dov Tiefenbach), visiting during their ailing grandfather's (Maury Cooper) last days. Generally, there are simply too many
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'SYMPATHY FOR DELICIOUS'; A Cynical Faith Healer Who Can't Fix Himself
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Dean O'Dwyer (Christopher Thornton), a k a Delicious D, the paraplegic turntable artist turned faith healer at the center of ''Sympathy for Delicious'' is a paradox in a wheelchair. A cynical nonbeliever who discovers that he has a faith-healing gift that works 75 percent of the time, Dean is understandably miffed when he can heal others but can't
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A Cynical Faith Healer Who Can't Fix Himself - New York Times
Google News - almost 6 years
WITH: Christopher Thornton (Dean O'Dwyer), Mark Ruffalo (Father Joe Roselli), Juliette Lewis (Ariel), Noah Emmerich (Rene Faubacher), Laura Linney (Nina Hogue), Orlando Bloom (the Stain) and Dov Tiefenbach (Oogie). A version of this review appeared in
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Two Old Acting Pals, Together on Film at Last - New York Times
Google News - almost 6 years
From left, Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis and Dov Tiefenbach in “Sympathy for Delicious,” directed by Mark Ruffalo and written by Christopher Thornton. By JOHN MARCHESE Mark Ruffalo, the director of "Sympathy for Delicious
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FILM REVIEW; Creepy, Disturbing Doings In a Remote Country Cottage
NYTimes - over 11 years
Dr. Samantha Goodman (Kate Greenhouse) is having a very bad day. A CAT scan shows that her lethal brain tumor has suddenly sprouted to the size of a small gerbil. Then, one of the violent sex offenders in her care is so dismayed by her Nurse Ratched personality that he attacks her in the middle of his evaluation hearing. To top it all, Sam's
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THEATER REVIEW;An Eternal Child, Sadder but Little Wiser
NYTimes - over 20 years
Buried in the third act of "A Thousand Clowns," Herb Gardner's 1962 paean to noncomformity, is a line that barely registers in the revival of the play at the Roundabout Theater. But that one sentence, a short and devastating question, provides a key to a listless, strangely elegiac interpretation of what is fondly remembered as a buoyant, madcap
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dov Tiefenbach
    TWENTIES
  • 2003
    Age 21
    And in 2003 he won a Leo Award for Best Supporting Male Performance in Flower & Garnet (2002).
    More Details Hide Details His most recent roles include the reclusive writer 'Lucky Carroway' in the television series This Space for Rent (2006), the troubled young 'Adrian' in the psychological thriller The Dark Hours (2005) and the hippie drug dealer 'Bradley Thomas' in the comedy Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004). Before he moved to Los Angeles, he was the frontman for the "dirty indie pop" band Theresa's Sound-World (named after a Sonic-Youth song), based out of Toronto, who performed in various venues around the city.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1981
    Born
    Born on December 8, 1981.
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