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NATI RABINOWITZ

TELEVISION

FBI

Co-Star

CBS/dir. Norberto Barba

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK

Co-Star

Netflix/dir. Adam Bernstein

GIRLS

Co-Star

HBO/dir. Tricia Brock

LOST IN BROOKLYN (pilot)

Series Regular

Blackridge/dir. Javed Ali

WHEN SHARKS ATTACK

Re-enactment

Nat Geo

MYSTERIES AT THE CASTLE

Re-enactment

Travel Channel

FILM

THE VIGIL

Blumhouse | TIFF| SXSW

dir. Keith Thomas

BEST MEDICINE

Lead

dir. Spenser Granese

WHAT'S GOOD

Eko Studios

dir. Jordan Fish

DIVISION AVENUE

NYC IFF | Filmfest DC

dir. Tamar Glezerman

THE DRILL

Lead

dir. Maggie Chan

39 and 1/2

Supporting

dir. Kara Herold

ICE CREAM GIRL

Supporting

dir. Gary King

PARADIGM

Supporting

dir. Brennan Karem

49 MINUTES

Lead

dir. Sangchul Shin

THEATER

DEAD DOG

Manhattan Repertory Theater

dir. Peter J. Studlo

TRAINING

Seth Barrish, Lee Brock

Scene Study

The Barrow Group

Jeff Seymour

Scene Study

NYC

Matt Newton

On Camera Technique

MN Acting Studio

Michael Kostroff

Audition Coach, ongoing

NYC

Matthew Blumm

Audition Coach

NYC

Guy Fletcher

Improv

Improvibe

Kevin Thoms, Marla Weber-Green

Voiceover

NYC

SKILLS

Languages

Basic Hebrew, Yiddish

Dialects

Israeli, Australian,

Jewish/Yiddish, Brooklyn, Russian

Animal impersonations

US Passport

Excellent home cook

Runner

Nati Rabinowitz is a native New York actor who has appeared in various roles on Orange is the New Black, Girls, and most recently, FBI. He has also appeared in several films, one of which, The Vigil, recently premiered to strong reviews at Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness and is headed to SXSW! Nati is fluid in Yiddish & Hebrew.

Physical Characteristics / Measurements

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 148 lbs

Eyes: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Hair Length: Short

 

Frisbee, Rollerblading, Running - General, Swimming - breast stroke, Swimming - freestyle, Improvisation, Licensed Driver, Voiceover, Australian Accent, Eastern European Accent, Israeli Accent, Jewish/Yiddish Accent, New York Accent, Fluent Yiddish