Born in London to a Jewish family with Israeli roots, actor Rafi Gavron has enjoyed a successful career on this side of the pond. He landed his first film role as a parkour-loving thief in the 2006 drama "Breaking and Entering," and has since portrayed the flamboyant singer of a mostly-gay punk band in the NYC-set "Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist," and landed a minor role in the romantic drama "Celeste & Jesse Forever." In 2009, Gavron landed a recurring role on the primetime TV hit "24," and later played a high school teen on the family series "Life Unexpected."
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