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Dov Davidoff



Dov hails from a junkyard in Englishtown, New Jersey and now lives with his wife Jessica and their dog in Brooklyn.  He also spent some time on an Ashram in Southern India as a child, and will never go back. 

As an actor, Dov played opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film Invincible, as well as ongoing roles on NBC’s Shades of Blue, and HBO’s Crashing.  He’s also been seen on The League on FX, Raines on NBC, Law & Order, Boston Legal, and Maron.

As a comedian he’s written and performed two one-hour standup specials for television and has appeared on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chappelle’s Show, Showtime, Comedy Central, and many others.  

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