Saul Rubinek is a Canadian actor who was born in a refugee camp in Germany after World War II. He began his professional acting career as a child, doing both radio and theatre in Canada. Saul started acting in the United States in 1979, but divided his time between the two countries. His work on U.S. television included shows such as "The Equalizer", "Hill Street Blues", "L.A. Law", "The Outer Limits" and "Frasier". In 1997, Saul directed his first feature for Lions Gate Films titled, "Jerry and Tom". He also runs a company with his wife, Elinor Reid and his manager, Ralph Zimmerman called Creative Differences. In addition to his acting and directing career, Saul has also managed to write a non-fiction book titled "So Many Miracles". The book is an account of his parents' survival growing up in Poland during World War II.