Raphael Sbarge

Raphael Sbarge

actor, producer, director

Raphael Sbarge was born on Feb 12, 1964 in USA. Raphael Sbarge's big-screen debut came with Abuse directed by Arthur J. Bressan Jr. in 1983, strarring Thomas. Raphael Sbarge is known for Mass Effect: Legendary Edition directed by Casey Hudson, Steven Barr stars as Urdnot Wrex and Kimberly Brooks as Ashley Williams. Raphael Sbarge has got 8 awards and 7 nominations so far. The most recent award Raphael Sbarge achieved is Awareness Film Festival, CA. The upcoming new movie Raphael Sbarge plays is Mass Effect: Legendary Edition which will be released on May 14, 2021.

Born into a theatrical family in New York City (his mother, Jeanne Button, was a Broadway costume designer, and his father, Stephen Arnold Sbarge, was a writer, painter and filmmaker), Raphael Sbarge began acting at the age of 4, appearing in several episodes of 1, rue Sésame (1969).He went on to appear in dozens of films, including Risky Business (1983), Independence Day : Le Jour de la riposte (1996), Une bouteille à la mer (1999), Crazy for You (1985), Pearl Harbor (2001) and Le duel (2016). His resume includes more than 100 guest appearances and series regular roles on network television shows, among them Dr. Hopper and Jiminy Cricket on Once Upon a Time (2011); David Molk on First Murder (2014); and Jake Straka on Le protecteur (2001). He has recurred on series including Star Trek: Voyager (1995), Dexter (2006) and Prison Break (2005).Raphael has also worked behind the camera, directing and producing the streaming series Jenna's Studio (2013) and On Begley Street (2013). He later turned his attention to documentaries, directing and producing Is There Hope for Planet Earth (2014), A Concrete River: Reviving the Waters of Los Angeles (2015) and LA Foodways (2019), (a one-hour feature and six-part series), for which he earned an Emmy nomination. In 2020 he completed a feature version of The Tricky Part (2019), the Obie Award-winning Off-Broadway play written and performed by Martin Moran. Upcoming releases include a feature documentary, Only in Theaters (2022) (2021), about the family behind Laemmle Theatres, and Watts Action (2021), a documentary about the Civil Rights leaders of the Southern Los Angeles neighborhood. His first narrative short film effort as a director, The Bird Who Could Fly (2017), earned best short honors from the Asians on Film and First Glance film festivals, and best narrative short honors and nominations from the DisOrient Film Festival and Asian American International Film Festival.Raphael made his Broadway debut at the age of 16, in "The Curse of the Aching Heart", opposite Faye Dunaway. His extensive theater experience includes four additional Broadway shows: "Ah Wilderness" with Jason Robards; "Shadow Box" with Mercedes Ruehl; "Voices in the Dark," with Judith Ivey; and "Twilight of the Golds" (including the pre-Broadway national tour and the Kennedy Center). He has performed on stage with Al Pacino, Frank Langella, Colleen Dewhurst, Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow, among many others.Raphael has won the LA Drama Critics Award (for "Mad Forest" at the Matrix Theatre), the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Garland Award (lead performance in "Twilight of the Golds") and the FANY Award ("Voices in the Dark"). He has also done extensive voice work in video games, including a lead role in Mass Effect (2007) (The New York Times Game of the Year), Mass Effect 2 (2010) and Mass Effect 3 (2012), and roles in Star Wars: Republic Commando (2005) and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003), among others. His television movie credits include Quicksilver Highway (1997), Billionaire Boys Club (1987), Meurtre au 101 (1991) and Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (1990) (as Tom Sawyer), to name a few. He has also been teaching and coaching actors for more than a decade in Los Angeles and New York.

  • Birthday

    Feb 12, 1964
  • Place of Birth

    New York City, New York, USA
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Known For


8 wins & 7 nominations

Awareness Film Festival, CA
Best Director
Winner - Special Jury Prize
The Tricky Part (2019)
Greenpoint Film Festival
Best Narrative Short
Winner - Festival Award
The Bird Who Could Fly (2017)
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