Ben Feldman starred as Andrew Lofland, a guy’s guy who likes sports and Liam Neeson movies, but is also a closet romantic, on the NBC comedy A to Z.
In March 2012, Feldman made his debut in the fifth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama Mad Men, starring as Michael Ginsberg, the aspiring new copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. After just a few episodes, GQ called him “one of TV's most enigmatic new characters, lovable and reprehensible and compulsively watchable.” That year he was nominated for a Primtime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.”
He was next seen in the Universal film As Above, So Below. The film is a thriller centered on two archaeologists in search of a lost treasure in the catacombs below Paris.
A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman made his first foray into acting at 6 when a camp counselor convinced him to participate in the musical Annie. In high school, he was involved in the school theater program. Feldman went on to attend Ithaca College and majored in acting. In 2002 he made his Broadway debut in The Graduate starring opposite Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone.
In 2005, he made his Hollywood feature-film debut in The Perfect Man, co-starring Hilary Duff, Chris Noth, and Heather Locklear. Feldman went on to star opposite Jared Padalecki and Danielle Panabaker in the remake of the classic horror film Friday the 13th, directed by Marcus Nispel. His other film credits include the sci-fi thriller Cloverfield, from director Matt Reeves.
Feldman made his television series debut in 2007 on the comedy Living With Fran, starring opposite Fran Drescher. In 2009, he was cast as the new-to-Earth guardian angel Fred on Lifetime’s original television series Drop Dead Diva. Additional guest-starring credits include CSI,HBO’s Silicon Valley, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Medium.
Feldman currently resides in Los Angeles.