Benjamin Rosloff

  • 5'10"
  • 30"
  • 32"
  • M
  • 8.5
  • Brown
  • Brown

Benjamin Rosloff is a talented filmmaker, editor and actor. He grew up in Great Neck, NY and earned a BFA in Electronic Media from Long Island University. He has worked as a production assistant and has made independent films for a variety of organizations. His documentary short “Can I Call You?” was screened in the United States and Russia during an internship with Downtown Community Television Center. He has also co-produced, edited and screened multiple films for the United Nations. These include a film for World Autism Awareness Day, where Ben interviewed then-Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon, and “#Envision 2030” for Disability Awareness Day. Ben is a member of EPIC Players, a neurodiverse theater company and was cast in an Off-Broadway show, “Bernie and Mikey’s Trip to the Moon.” He is a member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. His most recent project, a documentary mini-series, “What Do You Pray For?”, was created while he was a fellow at RespectAbility, a non-profit organization that fights stigmas and advances opportunities for people with disabilities.