|ABOUT ALBIE SELZNICK:
Albie was co-founder
of The Mums, a popular circus/ theatre trio
of the 80's/90's. The LA TIMES said, "The Mums
do for the arts of juggling and magic what Elvis did for rock
and roll," Andy Warhol gave them a two-page pictorial in
INTERVIEW magazine, and The LA WEEKLY put them on their cover
calling them "The Best Performance Troupe in LA".
The Mums opened for rock bands Devo, Berlin,
and Duran Duran, and counted among their fans David Bowie, Sting
Ry Cooder. Their theatrical works were produced in LA at the
Matrix, The Odyssey and The Taper Too, and were directed by
Tim Robbins and Paul Sand among others. The Mums
received multiple theatre awards.
Today Albie is known primarily as an actor, performing on TV,
stage and film. He is a member of the Road Theatre Company where
he has performed in new plays by Keith Huff and Craig Wright.
He has played the Fool in Robert Wilson's King Lear
and Mercutio in Deaf West's Romeo and Juliet.
He performed opposite Glenne Headly in Detachments,
and played Chandel/Poche in the Ovation Award-winning A
Flea in Her Ear at Stages Theatre Center.
Albie is probably best known as Rabbi Ben from his two years
on Suddenly Susan. He has recently guest starred
on such shows as Dexter, Desperate
Housewives, and all three CSI's. Albie
currently plays the evil ex-D.A. Owen Pomerantz on The
Young and The Restless, and Deputy D.A. Charles Atherton on Southland.
Questions regarding Albie Selznick?
Call the hotline: (310) 450-2849