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Michael Stuhlbarg



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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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Call Me by Your Name
  • Actor
2017
70% Miss Sloane
  • Pat Connors
2016
94% Arrival
  • Agent Halpern
2016
90% Doctor Strange
  • Nicodemus West
2016
73% Miles Ahead
  • Harper Hamilton
2016
86% Steve Jobs
  • Andy Hertzfeld
2015
72% Pawn Sacrifice
  • Paul Marshall
2015
No Score Yet Carvalho's Journey
  • Actor
2015
31% Cut Bank
  • Derby Milton
2015
No Score Yet Hopper Stories
  • Actor
2014
91% Blue Jasmine
  • Dr. Flicker
2013
62% Hitchcock
  • Lew Wasserman
2012
90% Lincoln
  • George Yeaman
2012
82% Seven Psychopaths
  • Tommy
2012
68% Men in Black III
  • Griffin
2012
94% Hugo
  • Rene Tabard
2011
89% A Serious Man
  • Larry Gopnik
2009
75% Cold Souls
  • Hedge Fund Consultant
2009
54% Body of Lies
  • Ferris' Attorney
2008
79% Afterschool
  • Mr. Burke
2008
No Score Yet The Key to Reserva
  • Actor
2007
68% The Grey Zone
  • Cohen
2002
No Score Yet The Hunley
  • Wicks
1999

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
96% Damages
2007-2012
  • Dr. Herschenfeld
91% Boardwalk Empire
2010-2014
  • Arnold Rothstein
No Score Yet Ugly Betty
2006-2010
  • Heinrich
No Score Yet Law & Order
1990-2010
  • Timothy Pace
No Score Yet American Experience
1988
  • Voice

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