Ron Rifkin Bio, Age, Net Worth, Movies, New Amsterdam, Limitless And Alias

Ron Rifkin Biography

Ron Rifkin is an American actor. He was born on October 31st, 1939 as Saul M. Rifkin. He was born in New York City, New York.

He is the son to Miriam and Herman Rifkin, born in Russia. He is the oldest child among his 3 siblings. He grew up in Orthodox Jew and stayed there till he was 32 years old. He has a wife, Iva Riffkin and she owns a fashion design business.

Ron Rifkin Age

He was born on October 31st, 1939 as Saul M. Rifkin. He is 79 years old as of 2018.

Ron Rifkin Brothers And Sisters

The only information available is of his brother, Arnold Rifkin.

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Ron Rifkin Jewish

He is not Jewish.

Ron Rifkin Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 6 million.

Ron Rifkin TV Shows | Films Ron Rifkin

The following is a list of selected Filmography;

  • The Devil’s 8 (1969) as Stewart Martin
  • Flareup (1969) as Sailor
  • Awake and Sing! (TV Movie – 1972) as Sam Feinschreiber
  • Silent Running (1972) as Marty Barker
  • Bachelor-at-Law (TV Movie – 1973) as Assistant District Attorney
  • The Suicide Club (TV Movie – 1974)
  • The Dream Makers (TV Movie – 1975) as Herb
  • The Night That Panicked America (TV Movie – 1975) as Mercury Theatre Player
  • The Sunshine Boys (1975) as TV floor manager
  • The Rockford Files as Warren (1976) Season 3 Episode 11 The Trouble with Warren
  • In the Glitter Palace (TV Movie – 1977) as Roger
  • Husbands and Wives (TV Movie – 1977) as Ron Cutler
  • A Question of Guilt (TV Movie – 1978) as Asst. DA Verrell
  • Rabbit Test (1978) as Dr. Briscoe
  • The Big Fix (1978) as Randy
  • Mrs. R’s Daughter (TV Movie – 1979) as Joseph Barron
  • The Chosen (1981) as Baseball Coach
  • The Day the Bubble Burst (TV Movie – 1982)
  • Another Woman’s Child (TV Movie – 1983) as Barry Stein
  • The Sting II (1982) as Eddie
  • Kidco (1984) as George Tuskie
  • The Ratings Game (TV Movie – 1984) as TV Director
  • Do You Remember Love (1985) as Gerry Kaplan
  • Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 (1987) as Allen Ginsberg
  • Three Hotels (TV Movie – 1990)
  • JFK (1991) as Mr. Goldberg/Spiesel
  • Husbands and Wives (1992) as Rain’s Analyst
  • Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993) as Sy
  • Wolf (1994) as Doctor Ralph
  • WSH: The Myth of the Urban Myth (TV Movie – 1994) as Professor Pulling
  • Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Eli Garfield
  • Norma Jean & Marilyn (TV Movie – 1996) as Johnny Hyde
  • The Substance of Fire (1996) as Isaac Geldhart
  • I’m Not Rappaport (1996) as Feigelbaum
  • L.A. Confidential (1997) as District Attorney Ellis Loew
  • The Negotiator (1998) as Commander Grant Frost
  • Drop Back Ten (2000)
  • Boiler Room (2000) as Judge Marty Davis
  • Flowers for Algernon (TV Movie – 2000) as Dr. Jonah Strauss
  • Keeping the Faith (2000) as Larry Friedman
  • Deliberate Intent (TV Movie – 2000) as Howard Siegel
  • The Warden (TV Movie – 2001) as Judge Faschbinder
  • Sam the Man (2001) as Richard
  • The Majestic (2001) as Kevin Bannerman – Peter’s Attorney
  • Tadpole (2002) as Professor Tisch
  • Dragonfly (2002) as Charlie Dickinson
  • The Sum of All Fears (2002) as Secretary of State Sidney Owens
  • Just a Kiss (2002) as Dr. Fauci
  • Pulse (2006) as Dr. Waterson
  • Peep World (2010) as Henry Meyerwitz
  • The Words (2012) as Timothy Epstein
  • True Memoirs of an International Assassin (2016) as Amos aka The Ghost
  • A Star Is Born (2018) as Carl

Ron Rifkin New Amsterdam

He is a guest star where he portrays Dean Fulton. Dr. Max Goodwin is brilliant, charming — and the new medical director at America’s oldest public hospital. While he’s set on tearing down the bureaucracy to provide exceptional care, the doctors and staff are not so sure. They’ve heard this before, and no one else has delivered on those promises.

Not taking no for an answer, Max disrupts the status quo and proves he will stop at nothing to breathe new life into this understaffed, underfunded and underappreciated hospital — the only one in the world capable of treating Ebola patients, prisoners from Rikers Island and the president of the United States all under one roof — and return it to the glory that put it on the map.

Inspired by Bellevue in New York City.
First episode date: 25 September 2018
Network: NBC
Program creator: David Schulner
Composer: Craig Wedren

Ron Rifkin Alias

He played the character role of  Arvin Sloane in this spy drama. A young woman learns she has a familial history of undercover work and agrees to become an international spy for a supposed secret branch of the CIA. The secrecy complicates her social and love lives, but it’s nothing compared to what happens when she finds out her employer has no ties to the CIA.

First episode date: 30 September 2001
Final episode date: 22 May 2006
Network: American Broadcasting Company

Ron Rifkin Cabaret

He was featured in this Broadway play and won a 1998 Tony Award for Best Featured Actor. Cabaret is a form of theatrical entertainment featuring music, song, dance, recitation, or drama. It is mainly distinguished by the performance venue, which might be a pub, a restaurant or a nightclub with a stage for performances.

Ron Rifkin Limitless

He starred in this movie as Brian Finch’s father, Dennis Finch. Based on the feature film of the same name, `Limitless’ follows Brian Finch, who, possessed of extraordinary cognitive powers thanks to the mysterious drug NZT, works with the FBI to help solve complex cases.

Working with him in New York City are Special Agent Rebecca Harris, an investigator with a dark past, and her confidant, Special Agent Boyle, who is a former military officer. Brian also maintains a secret relationship with Sen Edward Mora, a fellow user of the drug who has plans of his own for his protege.

First episode date: 22 September 2015
Final episode date: 26 April 2016
Production location: New York
Network: CBS

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Ron Rifkin NEWS

The Alias Cast Gifted Us With Another Reunion Photo


As legend (the Alias Season 1 blooper reel) tells us, director Jack Bender once motivated the cast of Alias by yelling, “Come on, family!” They listened.

The famously chummy Alias cast got together for another family reunion in New York City this weekend, and the tiny Jack Bender who lives in my head is screaming. On Monday, Jennifer Garner blessed everyone’s timelines with a photo of herself at dinner, sandwiched cozily between onscreen dad, Victor Garber, and onscreen bad boss (and undisputed fashionista), Ron Rifkin.

“Former castmates, favorite dinner dates, forever playmates,” Garner wrote in the caption of the pic, which was snapped by Garber’s husband, Rainer Andreesen.

The trio’s dinner isn’t the only Alias reunion to hit New York City lately; in February, Garber shared a photo with onscreen son-in-law Michael Vartan, writing, “Another joyous Alias reunion. The gift that keeps on giving.”

Elsewhere, a handful of the ABC spy drama’s alumni came together on the silver screen last year in Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star Is Born. Cooper, who landed an Oscar nomination for his performance, enlisted both Rifkin and Greg Grunberg for roles in the film.

And so Jack Bender screams on.

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