Jordan Gelber

Jordan Gelber is an American actor. He is known for originating the role of struggling comedian Brian in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Avenue Q. Gelber also performed on Broadway in Arthur Miller's All My Sons as Frank Lubey. He has also been in two off-Broadway productions by the Exchange theater, Realism and Jump!. His other off-Broadway credits include The Polish Play with the Katharsis Theater Company and Birth and After Birth at the Atlantic Theater Company. A particular performance he is less recognized for was in Elvis People at New World Stages. Gelber appeared on the first three episodes of the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. His television work also includes a recurring role as CSU Tech Layton on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and appearances in episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The Sopranos. His film credits include a role in Riding in Cars with Boys opposite Sara Gilbert. In late 2010, he filmed the Todd Solondz film Dark Horse. He lent his voice to The Warriors video game as Chatterbox; leader of the Hi-Hats gang. Jordan is the son of Donald and Barbra Gelber.


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