Mark Ivanir has been working as a professional film and television actor in Los Angeles since 2001. His first major film role was in Steven Spielberg’s 1993 Academy Award winning epic Schindler’s List. After a cameo appearance in The Terminal, he played a pivotal role in Robert De Niro’s The Good Shepherd which put him on the New York Observer’s list of Striking Male Performances of the year and landed a part on Barry Levinson’s What Just Happened, this time acting alongside De Niro. He also appeared in three studio features: Oliver Parker’s Johnny English Reborn, Ken Kwapis’ Everybody Loves Whales and Steven Spielberg’s Tintin. He has featured in over 35 guest star and guest lead roles on television shows including 24CSI New YorkFringeMonkThe UnitDollhouse, Homeland and CSI Miami.

Accolades

Mark Ivanir
Best Actor, 2010

Mark Ivanir

Best Actor, 2010

Mark Ivanir

The Human Resources Manager

Mark Ivanir has been working as a professional film and television actor in Los Angeles since 2001. His first major film role was in Steven…

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Films

The Human Resources Manager
2010

The Human Resources Manager

Israel, Germany, France, Romania
2010

The Human Resources Manager

The film tells the story of a bakery’s human-resources manager (unnamed, like most of the film’s characters) who reluctantly travels to Eastern Europe to bring…

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