Michael Stuhlbarg

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Michael S. Stuhlbarg(born July 5, 1968) is an American theatre, film and television actor.

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Stuhlbarg was born in Long Beach, Californiaand raised in Reform Judaism.He trained at Juilliard School[4] and also studied acting at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, University of London and UCLA. After university he became a noted theater actor appearing in several productions including award winning performances in Old Wicked Songs in 1996, Long Day’s Journey into Night in 1997 and a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play for The Pillowman in 2005 (for which he also received his first Tony Award nomination).

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He has appeared in a number of television shows including Law & Order, Ugly Betty and The American Experience. He will play organized crime boss Arnold Rothstein in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire.

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His film credits had been limited to a handful of minor roles, including a lawyer in Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies and a hedge fund consultant in Sophie Barthes’ Cold Souls,until his first lead role as the troubled 1960s university professor Larry Gopnik in the Coen brothers 2009 black comedy A Serious Man.

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