Caleb J. Spivak
Caleb J. Spivak is an actor, model, and tech entrepreneur. In his formative years, Caleb learned the craft of acting in community theaters in New York and New Jersey playing roles in notable productions such as ARSENIC & OLD LACE, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, FOOTLOOSE, GREASE, GUYS & DOLLS. As a young adult, Caleb found himself working in technology in Atlanta; at the same time, film and television production in the Southeast boomed, and through local casting calls he quickly began working on major film and television including FOX's 24: LEGACY, TNT's GOOD BEHAVIOR, and ABC/CMT's NASHVILLE; Going against type, he played a string of murderous villains and serial killers for Oxygen, Investigation Discovery and TLC.
With this momentum behind him, Caleb relocated to Los Angeles, and soon thereafter, landed the lead role in the independent feature film MARK'S DIARY, playing "Andrew", a gay man confined to a wheelchair expressed in the film as his fully able-bodied avatar; the art film was highly received in critical circles, winning recognition in numerous festivals internationally, as both an artistic success but also for bringing awareness to the lack of physical touch and intimacy that disabled persons experience, and yet need.
Caleb next played the lead role of Oliver Cowdrey in the independent feature WITNESSES, which had a successful national, limited-run theatrical release, even in the height of the pandemic; The film is set in the early 1800's, and tells the story of a school teacher who grows to a charismatic religious leader inspiring a movement.
Most recently, Caleb returned to television, filming a splashy recurring role on QUEER AS FOLK reboot for NBC'S PEACOCK, which will be released in 2022.
Caleb has also enjoyed success in the print, commercials and as a TV network and radio host. His clients include DELTA, HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS, MATTRESS FIRM, ALAMOS WINE, and US AIR FORCE.