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Ted Rusoff was Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Rusoff started his career as a singer, acting in operas, musical comedies, and on the street in various towns in Canada and the US with his guitar during the folk-singing boom of the overdue 50s and early 1960s. He specialized in foreign language songs, consisting of Ghanaian and Māori. He additionally appeared in almost all of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas, performing in a massive style of roles. He has additionally sync-adapted, acted in, and directed the dubbing of movies shot in Turkish, Finnish, Greek, Danish, Hebrew, Korean, and the standard European cinema languages. He commenced with assisting roles, often playing authority figures or religious characters, including priests, rabbis, or monks. His earliest movie roles had been in Joe d'Amato's horror movie Absurd (1981) and Marco Ferreri's Tales of Ordinary Madness (1981), primarily based totally on the works of Charles Bukowski. Rusoff acted in low-budget B-films in the 1980s and 1990s, which includes Catacombs, where he performs a monk, Sinbad of the Seven Seas with Lou Ferrigno, where he plays the keeper of the torture chamber; and the Jean-Claude Van Damme flick Double Team, where he plays a hacking- willing Italian monk.

However, he had roles in many acclaimed movies which includes Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ, with Max von Sydow in the TV film A Violent Life, where he played Pope Paul III, Tinto Brass' The Voyeur, and in a movie about the existence of Pope John XXIII, The Good Pope, as a rabbi operating with the destiny Pope Angelo Roncalli in his efforts to lose a shipload of Jews in Istanbul and ship them to Israel. Rusoff also performed the Chief Elder in Mel Gibson's debatable Biblical epic The Passion of the Christ and Julius Caesar's Greek slave Strabo in Rome, the famous HBO collection.

As an actor, he has appeared in more than 70 movies. Fluent in many languages, he's frequently known for his works as language/accent/speak representative for dubbings, theater, and cinema. He has worked as a stage director for regular performances and as stage director and track-teacher for opera in homes in Marseilles, Copenhagen, Munich, Prague, Riga, Montevideo, Tokyo, Auckland, and elsewhere. He has been energetic as a choral director, known for his "Liebeslieder Waltzes" and different choral masterpieces by Brahms and the track of composers of the Baroque period. Canadian voiceover artist, actor, vocal teacher, and translator specializing in the adaptation and translation from and into numerous languages of synchronized speak for the dubbing of movies and cartoons.


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