Born in Dublin, Ireland and raised in Toronto, Canada, Rafael Feldman is an American producer, writer, director and actor who has worked in film and television, both on and off-screen, for over twenty-five years. As a comedian, he studied with such companies as The Groundlings and The Second City, writing and performing improv, sketch and stand-up comedy in Toronto and Los Angeles. As an actor, highlights include appearances in Joss Whedon’s “Serenity” and hit TV shows “Monk”, “Without A Trace”, “Dexter” and “Masters of Sex”. In more recent years, Rafael has shifted focus to writing and producing, having penned several spec scripts for film and television. In 2009, he co-founded C&R Productions in Los Angeles, producing music videos, promos, short films and documentaries. After his film “Mona Lisa – Leonardo’s Earlier Version” won Best International Short Documentary at the Garden State Film Festival, Rafael went on to produce a world-tour exhibition surrounding the controversial painting. His latest directing and producing credits include the “Chain Smoke” series for AdWeek and documentary films for The American Heart Association and the Overseas Press Club of America. In addition to filmmaking, Rafael has worked in the real estate industry for more than a decade and is an established and respected agent with Compass in Manhattan. Rafael currently resides in New York City, where he continues to write, direct and produce both scripted content and documentary films and series.