|Jon Rudnitsky Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||November 22, 1989|
Jon Rudnitsky is an American actor and a comedian who is known to play Kyle Owens in 2012 on the American crime-drama series Criminal Minds, Brett in 2017 on the comedy web television series, Red Oaks (2017), George Appleton in the 2017 romantic comedy film, Home Again. He has appeared in various films including Two-Bit Waltz (2014), Patchwork (2015), Summertime (2018), Set It Up (2018), Nobody’s Fool (2018). Jon has acted in television series like JewDate (2013), Saturday Night Live (2015-2016), Better Briefs (2017), Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017), and Big Hero 6: The Series (2018).
Harrington Park, New Jersey, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Jon went to Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan before joining the University of Southern California, United States.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Karen (In charge of the gerontology center at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood)
- Siblings – Unknown
- Other – Michael Oren (Uncle) (Former Israeli Ambassador to the United States), Marvin M. Rudnitsky (Paternal Grandfather), Eleanor Weisman (Paternal Grandmother),
Jon Rudnitsky is represented by Management 360.
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Jon Rudnitsky has not dated anyone publicly.
Race / Ethnicity
Jon Rudnitsky is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.
Mole on the left cheek and earlobe
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Best Known For
- Playing Kyle Owens in 2012 on the crime-drama series Criminal Minds and Brett in 2017 on the comedy web series, Red Oaks (2017)
- Playing George Appleton in the 2017 romantic-comedy film, Home Again
Jon Rudnitsky made his theatrical film debut in the 2014 romantic drama film, Two-Bit Waltz as The Boy.
First TV Show
He made his first TV show appearance as Kyle Owens on Criminal Minds in 2012.
Jon Rudnitsky Facts
- He was brought up in Harrington Park, New Jersey, United States.
- Jon began his professional acting career in 2011.
- During a BFA Acting Conservatory program at the University of Southern California, Rudnitsky earned the John Ritter Memorial Award for his performance.
- He has appeared alongside Jane Lynch and Genevieve Angelson in the NBC pilot Relatively Happy.
- Jon co-wrote and appeared in the sketch 50’s Dance alongside host Miley Cyrus and with Chris Hemsworth.
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