Geoffrey Wigdor

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Geoffrey Wigdor
Born (1982-01-23) January 23, 1982 (age 35)
Residence New York City
Other names Geoff Wigdor
Occupation Actor, real estate agent
Years active 1990 - present

Geoffrey Wigdor (born January 23, 1982) is an American actor.[1] He is best known for his role in the drama film Sleepers in 1996.[2]


Wigdor got his first role playing J.J. Forbes on the soap opera Loving, later called The City. The show was cancelled in 1997. In 1994, he played the part of Flick in the movie It Runs in the Family (aka My Summer Story). Geoffrey also appeared in commercials including Chef Boyardee and Pringles Chips. In 1996, he played young John Reilly in the film Sleepers, an allegedly true story, for which Wigdor was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor. He also starred in the movie Levity and was a guest on the television show Las Vegas. He was also appeared on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit- 'Tangled' episode in 2001. where he played Jesse Kleberg. In 2008, he appeared again as Donald 'Dizzer' Zuccho, in the 'Babies' episode.

Geoffrey currently lives in New York City and works as a real estate agent for the Halstead Group[3] in Manhattan.


Year Title Role
1990 The Baby-Sitters Club Buddy Barrett
1993–1995 Loving John Roger 'J.J.' Forbes, Jr. #5
1994 It Runs in the Family Flick
1995 The Cosby Mysteries Jeffrey
1996 Sleepers Young John Reilly
1997–1998 One Life to Live Eli Traeger
1999 In Dreams Teenager Vivian Thompson
1999 Guiding Light Ryan
2000 Law & Order Keith Taylor
2001 The Sopranos Little Bruce
2002 Third Watch Ryan Buckley
2003 Levity Abner Easley
2004 Las Vegas Kevin
2005 ER Anthony
2007 The Black Donnellys Tommy 'Teach' Corcoran
2008 Leaf Colts Fan
2010 A Buddy Story Raging Randy
2010 White Irish Drinkers Danny


  1. ^ Maltin, Leonard (2008-08-05). Leonard Maltin's 2009 Movie Guide. Penguin. pp. 798–. ISBN 978-0-452-28978-9. Retrieved 10 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Brode, Douglas (2000-11-01). The Films of Robert de Niro. Citadel Press. pp. 278–. ISBN 978-0-8065-2110-7. Retrieved 10 July 2011. 
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