Dov Yosef Tiefenbach|
December 8, 1981
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Life and career
Tiefenbach was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began his acting career at the age of 12, starting off in commercials, before playing the role of 'Josh Avery' in the television series RoboCop (1994). He landed his first starring role as 'Murray Murray' in the short film Love Child (1995) alongside actress Neve Campbell.
After those pivotal first projects, Dov was cast as the lead role 'Nick Burns' in the 1996 Broadway production A Thousand Clowns alongside actor Judd Hirsch. After returning to Toronto, his name began circulating as he worked his way further into the film industry, starring in the lead roles of both Little Men and Cheaters. In 2003 he won a Leo Award for Best Supporting Male Performance in Flower & Garnet (2002).
His most recent roles include the reclusive writer 'Lucky Carroway' in the television series This Space for Rent (2006), the troubled young 'Adrian' in the psychological thriller The Dark Hours (2005) and the hippie drug dealer 'Bradley Thomas' in the comedy Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004).
Before he moved to Los Angeles, he was the frontman for the "dirty indie pop" band Theresa's Sound-World (named after a Sonic-Youth song), based out of Toronto, and performing at various venues around the city.
|1995||Tommy Boy||Kid at Lake|
|1995||It Takes Two||Harry Butkis Jr.|
|1996||Harriet the Spy||Boy with Purple Socks|
|1996||Love Child||Murray Murray||Short film|
|1998||The Mighty||Doghouse Boy #1|
|2001||Get Over It||Little Steve|
|2001||One of Them||Reggie||Short film|
|2001||On the Line||High School Kid|
|2002||Flower & Garnet||Ronnie|
|2003||The Delicate Art of Parking||Lonny Goosen|
|2004||Against the Ropes||Organic Clerk|
|2004||Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle||Hippie Student|
|2005||The Dark Hours||Adrian|
|2005||The Archer||Tony||Short film|
|2005||Fallen||Greg P.||Short film|
|2006||Snow Cake||Jack the Optician|
|2007||The Day the Dead Weren't Dead'||Stewart 'The Sauce' Jackson||Short film|
|2008||Happiending||Mr. Chicken||Short film|
|2008||Conversation with the Supplicant||Main Character||Short film|
|2009||You Might as Well Live||Hershey Hersenfield|
|2010||Sympathy for Delicious||Oogie|
|2011||The FP||Triple Decka 1K|
|2011||A Holiday Heist||Bert|
|2011||Literally, Right Before Aaron||Best Man||Short film, completed|
|2011||What Happens When Robert Leaves the Room.||Mel||Short film, post-production|
|2011||The Napkin||Robin||Short film|
|2017||We Forgot to Break Up||Will Sacco|
|1994||RoboCop||Josh Avery||Episode: "Officer Missing"|
Episode: "What Money Can't Buy"
|1994||Squawk Box||TV series|
|1995||The NeverEnding Story||Meeka (voice)||Episode: "Spook City"|
|1996||Radiant City||Joel||TV movie|
|1996||The Magic School Bus||Caller (voice)||2 episodes|
|1996||Beyond the Call||Mark's Friend||TV movie|
|1996||Goosebumps||Tim Swanson||Episode: "Bad Hare Day"|
|1998||Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension||Specialist||Episode: "Last Laugh"|
|1998||Goosebumps||Fred||Episode: "The Ghost Next Door: Part 1"|
Episode: "The Ghost Next Door: Part 2"
|1998||Little Men||Jack Ford||4 episodes|
|1999||Dear America: Dreams in the Golden Country||Yitzy Silver||TV short|
|1999||Animorphs||Erek||Episode: "My Name Is Erek"|
Episode: "The Front"
|1999||Relic Hunter||Marty Billings||Episode: "Flag Day"|
|2000||Trapped in a Purple Haze||Kyle McCusker||TV movie|
|2000||Cheaters||Irwin Flickas||TV movie|
|2001||Wolf Girl||Ryan Klein||TV movie|
|2002||I Love Mummy||Episode: "Science Fair"|
|2004||Doc||Larry||Episode: "Nip, Tuck and Die"|
|2004||Wonderfalls||Rufus||Episode: "Safety Canary"|
|2006||This Space for Rent||Lucky Carroway||TV series|
|2006||Billable Hours||Stu Berger||8 episodes|
|2006||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Anthony Himmer||Episode: "Fannysmackin'"|
|2009||10 Items or Less||Barry||Episode: "Star Trok"|
|2010||Detroit 1-8-7||JJ Zagorski||Episode: "Nobody's Home/Unknown Soldier"|
|2011||Detroit 1-8-7||JJ Zagorski||Episode: "Key to the City"|
|2012||CSI: NY||Walter Danzig||Episode: "Flash Pop"|
Episode: "Kill Screen"
|2012||Perception||Andre Lustig||Episode: "Kilimanjaro"|