Ben Rappaport is an American actor best known for his starring role as Todd Dempsy - a young, top American salesman who has been reassigned to run an outsourced call centre in India for Mid America Novelties, a catalogue-based company that sells kitschy American novelties - in the television sitcom Outsourced, from 2010-2011.
It was his debut screen acting role.
Rappaport is a graduate of The Juilliard School's Drama Division, where he received the Drama Division's highest honour, the Michel and Suria Saint-Denis Prize.
Rappaport starred in the off-Broadway production of The Gingerbread House at stageFARM at Rattlestick.
His regional credits include Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson and Paradise Now at the Williamstown Theatre Festival; Twelfth Night at The Actor Factory; and Best of Shakespearean Romance at the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
Rappaport has also worked with the Red Bull Theatre, Ars Nova, Naked Angels, The Actors Studio, and New Dramatists.
His credits at Juilliard include the Narrator in Stravinsky's Soldier's Tale conducted by James Conlon; Andrey in The Three Sisters; Weston Hurley in Fifth of July; and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night.