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Ben Rosenblatt is a NYC based actor, writer and musician.


His television credits include roles on Blue Bloods, FBI, Harlem, Unforgettable, Crashing and Homicide City.  


On stage in New York, Ben's work has been seen at Primary Stages, The 78th Street Theatre LAB, and The Algonquin Theatre  among others. He played Bernard in the 2016 Drama Desk nominated off-Broadway production of Death of a Salesman and toured internationally in the roles of Charlie and Tommy in ReEntry, by KJ Sanchez and Emily Ackerman. Ben played Pozzo in Waiting For Godot at the Commencez! International Beckett Festivel in Paris, France.


Regionally he has performed with Portland Center Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Round House Theatre, Connecticut Rep, Segerstrom Center for the Performing Arts, Shakespeare & Co., Ivoryton Playhouse, and Cape May Stage. At City Theatre in Pittsburgh, Ben originated the role of Mordy Berman in Matt Schatz's two-hander, The Burdens. 

Ben is the writer and performer of the solo play, Hiccups, based on interviews with sufferers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Hiccups was recently published by McFarland books in an anthology titled At the Intersection of Disability and Performance.

Favorite roles include Captain Thorn in Astoria, Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Berowne in Love's Labours Lost, Andrei in The Three Sisters, Thom Pain in the one man play Thom Pain (based on nothing), and Cousin Kevin in The Who's Tommy. He also starred in the film Brokers. With an MFA in Acting from Brandeis University and a BFA from the University of Connecticut, he is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity Association. Ben is the lead singer of the NYC rock band, No Denial and co-host of the radio show Love Bites on Heritage Radio Network.

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