Ben Feldman

Ben Feldman stars as the voice of Tylor Tuskmon in season two of Disney Branded Television’s “Monsters at Work,” inspired by the world of Disney and Pixar’s Academy Award®-winning “Monsters, Inc.”

Feldman is also currently working on the AMC series “Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches” for its second season. Based on Rice’s bestselling trilogy, “Anne Rice’s Mayfair Witches” focuses on an intuitive young neurosurgeon, Rowan Fielding, who discovers that she is the unlikely heir to a family of witches. Feldman joins as Sam “Lark” Larkin, a successful CEO of a genetics startup and Rowan’s former boyfriend. The series will return in Fall 2024.

He can currently be seen in the Australian comedy crime caper “Population 11.” He stars and produces the 12-part series, which is based on true events. The series follows Hugo, who goes missing from a tiny outback town of only 12 residents. His son, Andy Pruden (Feldman), a suburban Ohio bank teller, has journeyed across the world to visit and is alarmed when he discovers Hugo is missing. On a quest to find his father, he finds himself in increasing danger as he delves into the secrets of this tiny outback town, where everyone is a suspect. The show premiered in Australia in March.

Feldman starred in six seasons of the critically acclaimed NBC workplace comedy “Superstore,” about a family of employees at a supersized megastore called Cloud 9. Feldman portrayed Jonah alongside Nico Santos and Lauren Ash and was a producer on the show. He was also seen as attorney Ron LaFlamme on HBO’s award-winning series “Silicon Valley,” opposite Kumail Nanjiani and Thomas Middleditch.

Feldman is also known for his role in the Emmy®-winning drama “Mad Men,” where he co-starred as Michael Ginsberg, the aspiring new copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. In just a few episodes, he quickly became one of the highlights of his season, with GQ calling him “one of TV’s most enigmatic new characters, lovable and reprehensible and compulsively watchable.” Feldman received a 2012 Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his work.

A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman made his first foray into acting at the age of 6 when a camp counselor convinced him to act in “Annie.” Feldman majored in acting at Ithaca College and soon made his Broadway debut in the 2002 production of “The Graduate” at The Plymouth Theatre, opposite legendary actress Kathleen Turner. He returned to theater at The South Coast Repertory in 2017, opposite Mamie Gummer, in what was an examination of modern love and marriage, an original play called “The Siegel.”

The indie drama “Between Us,” a Tribeca Film Festival showcase, saw Feldman opposite Olivia Thirlby in a “beautifully balanced rapport” (The New York Times) as a couple whose long-term relationship threatens to implode over the course of one tumultuous night. As they are caught between their fears of commitment and societal pressure to settle down and marry, the two characters are sent into an emotional tailspin in this raw, real look at 21st-century romance. The film also starred Analeigh Tipton and Adam Goldberg. Feldman starred in Paramount’s smash hit “Cloverfield,” directed by Matt Reeves and produced by J.J. Abrams, which spawned a spin-off film, “10 Cloverfield Lane” with Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman.

He can also be seen in the Universal film “As Above, So Below,” a thriller centered on two archaeologists in search of a lost treasure in the catacombs below Paris; “The Perfect Man,” co-starring Hilary Duff and Chris Noth and in which he made his feature film debut; “Living with Fran,” opposite Fran Drescher, his television debut; and on Lifetime’s original TV Series “Drop Dead Diva,” where he instantly became a fan-favorite.

His other credits include New Line Cinema’s “Friday The 13th” with Jared Padalecki and Danielle Panabaker, “CSI,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “Medium.”

Feldman currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Michelle, and their two children.