RON RIFKIN (Charlie Dickinson) received a 1998 Tony Award for best supporting actor for the Broadway revival of Cabaret. Recent theater credits also include David
Hirson's Wrong Mountain, Arthur Miller's Broken Glass, Turgenev's Month in the
Country and Neil Simon's Proposals. He originated the role of Isaac Geldhart in the award-winning Jon Robin Baitz play Substance
of Fire (Obie, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortell and Drama-Logue awards), performed in Baitz's Three Hotels (Lucille Lortell and Drama Desk nomination) and has made numerous other appearances.
His film credits include Boiler Room, Keeping the Faith, The Negotiator, L.A.
Confidential, the film adaptation of Substance of Fire, Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives and Manhattan Murder
Mystery, Last Summer in the Hamptons, Wolf JFK, The Sting II, The Big Fix, The
Sunshine Boys and Silent Running. Television credits include made-for-television movies and miniseries such as Flowers
for Algernon for CBS, Norma Jean and Marilyn for HBO, The Sunset Gang and Concealed
Enemies for PBS, Buying a Landslide for BBC, Evergreen, The Winds of War and Dress Gray, and the series ER, Leaving
LA, The Trials of Rosie O'Neill, One Day at a Time, Sex and the City, Law & Order, Falcon Crest, Soap, Hill Street Blues and The Outer Limits (Cable ACE nomination).
Rifkin was recently seen in the E/X network film Deliberate Intent starring opposite Timothy Hutton and in Light Up the 5kv at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. He can currently be seen in The Majestic, directed by Frank
Darabont. In addition, Rifkin has a series regular role in ABC's Alias. He is a member of the Actors Studio and Naked
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