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Abraham Aronofsky

Abraham Aronofsky is known for his work on The Fountain (2006), Pi (1998) and Black Swan (2010). He is married to Charlotte Aronofsky. See full bio »

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Known For

The Fountain
The Fountain Lab Technician
(2006)
Pi
Pi Man Delivering Suitcase
(1998)
Black Swan
Black Swan Mr. Stein / Patron
(2010)
The Wrestler
The Wrestler Annoyed Man at Deli Counter
(2008)

Filmography

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 2017 Mother!
Wanderer
 2010 Black Swan
Mr. Stein / Patron (as Abe Aronofsky)
 2008 The Wrestler
Annoyed Man at Deli Counter
 2006 The Fountain
Lab Technician
 2000 Requiem for a Dream
Newspaper Man on Train
 1998 Pi
Man Delivering Suitcase
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 1998 Pi (benefactor - as Abraham)
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 1998 Pi (thanks)

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Abraham | Abe Aronofsky
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Aronofsky taught chemistry in the Yeshivah of Flatbush Elementary School in Brooklyn, NY for many years. He is retired as of 1998. See more »

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