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Martin, Ivan (Yvan Martin)

Martin, Ivan (Yvan Martin)





Film Appearances:

Wits End, Bad Liver & a Broken Heart (short), 1996.

Love, etc., Phaedra Cinema, 1996.

Indie veejay, Coming Soon, Unapix Entertainment Productions, 1999.

Ray, Sleepwalk, 2001.

(As Yvan Martin) Igor, I Am Josh Polonski's Brother, 2001.

Guilty of Love (short), 2001.

Galaxie executive, Hollywood Ending, DreamWorks, 2002.

Jim, High Times Potluck, Ardustry Home Entertainment, 2002.

Serge, People I Know (also known as Im inneren kreis and Der innere kreis), Miramax, 2002.

Lorenzo, The Lucky Ones, Universal, 2003.

Nick, Prey for Rock & Roll, Mac Releasing, 2003.

Ricky, Rhythm of the Saints, 2003.

Neville, The Deep and Dreamless Sleep (also known as Project 350), 2004.

Christopher Ambrose, Homecoming, 2005.

Sean, Funny Valentine, Xenon Pictures, 2005.

Frank Halsey, Long Distance, Image Entertainment, 2005.

Bartender, Winter Passing, Focus Features, 2005.

Rocco, One Last Thing …, Magnolia Pictures, 2005.

Juego (short), 2006.

Pablito, Un Franco, 14 Pesetas, 2006.

Charlie, 9A, 2006.

Morris Anson, Neal Cassady, 2007.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Nicky's friend, Witness to the Mob, NBC, 1998.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Ivan Fonseca, "Neighbors," Ed, NBC, 2002.

Jerome, "Hooked," Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU and Special Victims Unit), NBC, 2005.

Kenny Giacolone, "The Fleshy Part of the Thigh," The Sopranos, HBO, 2006.

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