Rappaport at the Television Critics Association, July 30, 2010
Bennett Eli Rappaport
March 23, 1986
Arlington, Texas, U.S.
|Residence||Studio City, Los Angeles, California|
|Education||Juilliard School (BFA)|
Bennett Eli Rappaport (born March 23, 1986) is an American actor. He played the role of Todd Dempsy in the NBC sitcom Outsourced, which aired during the 2010–11 television season. The series marked Rappaport's debut acting role on screen.
Life and career
Rappaport was born in Arlington, Texas, and was active in the arts (painting and playing guitar) during his childhood. He was raised in the Jewish religion, and his Jewish identity is important to him. He attended Klein High School near Houston. Rappaport developed an interest in acting at the age of fifteen, and subsequently graduated from the Juilliard School in New York City where he studied acting. He was the recipient of the Michel and Suria Saint-Denis Prize as a Juilliard student, which is the Drama Department's highest honor.
Rappaport was featured in a Kay Jeweler's holiday commercial. The ad was well known because it prominently featured sign language and a deaf character. In 2010, Rappaport was cast in the lead role as Todd Dempsy in the NBC sitcom Outsourced. The role marked Rappaport's first on-screen acting job. Rappaport had previously performed in theater and stage productions. He resides in Studio City, Los Angeles.
|2012||The Brass Teapot||Ricky|
|2016||Better Off Single||Nathan|
|2018||Ask for Jane||Bill|
|2010–11||Outsourced||Todd Dempsy||Lead role; 22 episodes|
|2012||Elementary||Dr. Cahill||Episode: "Lesser Evils"|
|2013–2016||The Good Wife||Carey Zepps AKA "The Other Cary"||Recurring role|
|2015–present||Mr. Robot||Ollie Parker||Recurring role|
|2016–present||Younger||Max Horowitz||Recurring role|
|2018–2019||For the People||Seth Oliver||Main role|
|2017||The Vietnam War (documentary)||Denton ("Mogie") Crocker||Voiceover; episodes 3 and 4|
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