|Date of Birth||24 January 1986, Eilat, Israel|
|Birth Name||Raviv Ullman|
|Height||5' 9¼" (1.76 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Raviv Ullman was born in Eilat, Israel, to American parents, Laura (Ehrenkranz), a teacher, and Brian Ullman, a printer. His family is Jewish, and his maternal grandfather, Joseph Ehrenkranz, is an Orthodox rabbi. Through his mother, Raviv is a first cousin, twice removed, of U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman. He moved to Fairfield, Connecticut, with his parents from Israel shortly after his first birthday. His first professional stage role as Louis in the national touring company of The King and I (1956). Raviv has played both musical and dramatic roles in various regional theater productions including "Dead End" at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles, California. He received a 1998-1999 Best Actor award nomination from the Connecticut Critics Circle Awards for his portrayal of Stanley in "A Rosen by Any Other Name." He starred in the Disney Channel's television series Phil of the Future (2004), as well as The Walt Disney Company's made-for-TV movie Pixel Perfect (2004/I) (TV), ABC Family's Searching for David's Heart (2004), and NBC's Growing Up Brady (2000). He has guest-starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) and That's So Raven (2003). His feature films include The Big Bad Swim (2006); The Boys of Sunset Ridge (2001), starring John Heard, the late Pat Morita, and Burt Young; and the independent film Crossfire (1998).
In his spare time, Raviv enjoys playing guitar, percussion, dancing, and volunteering with the charity organization TAP (Teen AIDS Prevention). Raviv resides in Los Angeles, California. He has a younger sister, Tali, and a younger brother, Nadav.
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