Born in New York City, The Performance has made his name as one of America’s most popular actors. He is known for his role as Ari Gold in the HBO series Entourage and has earned several Emmy nominations over four years. The actor has also starred in several critically acclaimed films, including ‘Serendipity’ and ‘The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard’.
Piven grew up in a family that was heavily involved with acting and theatre, giving him the foundation needed to pursue a film career. His early exposure to the industry allowed him to refine his craft and showcase his talent in numerous movies and television shows.
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In addition to his acclaimed performances in romantic comedies, Piven has shown his range in action thrillers as well. His roles in films such as ‘Fight for Your Life’ and ‘Vindicta’ have firmly established him as one of Hollywood’s most versatile performers.
The actor is currently showcasing his comedic skills on the national comedy circuit. He has toured the country with his own show, which has received critical acclaim. He has also branched out into producing and voice acting, further expanding his repertoire.
In 1993, he played George Costanza in an episode of the sitcom Seinfeld and has guest-starred on several other shows. He also starred in and produced the short-lived ABC dramedy Cupid and portrayed Ellen’s cousin Spence on the last three seasons of the sitcom Ellen. Piven has also acted in several movies including ‘The Larry Sanders Show’, ‘One Crazy Summer’, and ‘Grosse Pointe Blank’.