Michael Stuhlbarg

Michael Stuhlbarg

Highest Rated: 95% Call Me by Your Name (2018)

Lowest Rated: 35% Cut Bank (2015)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

A graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School, Michael Stuhlbarg began his career on the stage, appearing in Broadway productions like Cabaret, Taking Sides, and The Pillow Man ( for which he earned a Tony award nomination). Stuhlbarg's career also occasionally landed him onscreen, where he made a handful of appearances in films like Body of Lies and Cold Souls. In 2009, he was cast in the lead role as a troubled professor in the Coen Brothers film A Serious Man, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He played a film historian in Martin Scorsese's Hugo, the time-jumping center of Men in Black 3, and Lew Wasserman in the biopic Hitchcock. On the small screen, he was memorable as the gambler Arnold Rothstein on the HBO period gangster series Boardwalk Empire.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Shirley Actor 2020
95% Call Me by Your Name Actor 2018
88% The Post Abe Rosenthal $80.4M 2018
No Score Yet Gore Howard 2018
92% The Shape of Water Robert Hoffstetler $57.4M 2017
76% Miss Sloane Pat Connors $3.5M 2016
94% Arrival Agent Halpern $100.6M 2016
89% Doctor Strange Nicodemus West $232.7M 2016
73% Miles Ahead Harper Hamilton 2016
74% Trumbo Edward G. Robinson 2015
86% Steve Jobs Andy Hertzfeld $12.5M 2015
72% Pawn Sacrifice Paul Marshall $1.7M 2015
35% Cut Bank Derby Milton 2015
No Score Yet Carvalho's Journey Actor 2015
No Score Yet Hopper Stories Actor 2014
91% Blue Jasmine Dr. Flicker 2013
60% Hitchcock Lew Wasserman $6.1M 2012
89% Lincoln George Yeaman $129.5M 2012
82% Seven Psychopaths Tommy $15.1M 2012
68% Men in Black III Griffin $179.1M 2012
93% Hugo Rene Tabard $73.9M 2011
90% A Serious Man Larry Gopnik $9.2M 2009
75% Cold Souls Hedge Fund Consultant $0.8M 2009
80% Afterschool Mr. Burke 2008
No Score Yet The Key to Reserva Actor 2007
69% The Grey Zone Cohen 2002
No Score Yet The Hunley Wicks 1999

TV

Credit
67% Traitors
2019
Rowe 2019
88% The Looming Tower
2018
Richard Clarke 2018
96% Fargo
2014-2017
Sy Feltz 2017
92% Boardwalk Empire
2010-2014
Arnold Rothstein 2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
97% Ugly Betty
2006-2010
Heinrich 2009
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
Timothy Pace 2008
91% Damages
2007-2012
Dr. Herschenfeld 2007
No Score Yet American Experience
1988
Voice 2006

QUOTES FROM Michael Stuhlbarg CHARACTERS

Edward G. Robinson says: They're Nazis. They're just too cheap to buy the uniforms.

Griffin says: negative possibilities are multiplying as we speak

Griffin says: Negative possibilities are multiplying as we speak.

Griffin says: This is my new favorite moment in human history! Unless this is the one where K forgot to leave a tip... (He looks over to K's tip-less plate, then looks up. We see a meteorite heading for Earth.)

Griffin says: This is my new favorite moment in human history! Unless this is the one where K forgot to leave a tip... [he looks over to K's tip-less plate, then looks up. We see a meteorite heading for Earth]

Agent K says: (Re-enters, and leaves a tip. He looks to Griffin...) Almost forgot.

Agent K says: [re-enters, and leaves a tip. He looks to Griffin] Almost forgot.

Griffin says: (The meteorite is intercepted by a satellite. Griffin looks to the camera.) That was a close one!

Griffin says: [the meteorite is intercepted by a satellite. Griffin looks to the camera] That was a close one!

Griffin says: Ah! That was a close one! *smile*

Griffin says: Ah! That was a close one! [smile]

Griffin says: A miracle is something that seems impossible but happens anyway.

Agent J says: This is how you see things?

Griffin says: It's a huge pain in the ass, but it has its moments!

Rabbi Scott says: No, of course not. I am the junior rabbi. And it's true, the point-of-view of somebody who's older and perhaps had similar problems might be more valid. And you should see the senior rabbi as well, by all means. Or even Minda if you can get in, he's quite busy. But maybe - can I share something with you? Because I too have had the feeling of losing track of Hashem, which is the problem here. I too have forgotten how to see Him in the world. And when that happens you think, well, if I can't see Him, He isn't there any more, He's gone. But that's not the case. You just need to remember how to see Him. Am I right? [He rises and goes to the window]

Rabbi Scott says: I mean, the parking lot here. Not much to see. It is a different angle on the same parking lot we saw from the Hebrew school window. But if you imagine yourself a visitor, somebody who isn't familiar with these... autos and such... somebody still with a capacity for wonder... Someone with a fresh... perspective. That's what it is, Larry.

Larry Gopnik says: Um...

Rabbi Scott says: Because with the right perspective you can see Hashem, you know, reaching into the world. He is in the world, not just in shul. It sounds to me like you're looking at the world, looking at your wife, through tired eyes. It sounds like she's become a sort of... thing... a problem... a thing...

Larry Gopnik says: Well, she's, she's seeing Sy Ableman.

Rabbi Scott says: Well, she's, she's seeing Sy Ableman.

Larry Gopnik says: She's, they're planning, that's why they want the Gett.

Rabbi Scott says: Oh. I'm sorry.

Larry Gopnik says: It was his idea.

Rabbi Scott says: Well, they do need a Gett to remarry in the faith. But this is life. For you too. You can't cut yourself off from the mystical or you'll be-you'll remain-completely lost. You have to see these things as expressions of God's will. You don't have to like it, of course. Larry Gopnik: The boss isn't always right, but he's always the boss.

Larry Gopnik says: The boss isn't always right, but he's always the boss.

Rabbi Scott says: Ha-ha-ha! That's right, things aren't so bad. Look at the parking lot, Larry. [Rabbi Scott gazes out, marveling]

Rabbi Scott says: Just look at that parking lot.

Griffin says: where there is death will always be death

Griffin says: Well, where there is death there will always be death.

Griffin says: the bitterest of truths is better than the sweetest of lies

Griffin says: The bitterest truth is better than the sweetest lie.

Griffin says: "My new favorite moment in the universe."

Griffin says: My new favorite moment in the universe.

Griffin says: A miracle is something that seems impossible but happens anyway.

Griffin says: The bitterest truth is better than the sweetest lie.

Griffin says: All you gotta do is jump.

Obadiah Price says: All you gotta do is jump.

Jeffrey Price says: All you gotta do is jump.

J says: You want me to jump?!

Young Agent K says: You want me to jump?!

Griffin says: Time-jump.

Obadiah Price says: Time-jump.

Jeffrey Price says: Time-jump.

Griffin says: First we gotta get high.

Jeffrey Price says: First we gotta get high.

J says: My man, for real?

Young Agent K says: My man, for real?

Griffin says: No, real HIGH

Griffin says: No, real HIGH.

Jeffrey Price says: No, real HIGH.

Griffin says: First we gotta get high.

Larry Gopnik says: The Uncertainty Principle. It proves we can't ever really know... what's going on. So it shouldn't bother you. Not being able to figure anything out. Although you will be responsible for this on the mid-term.