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Jan Rubes Biography

Jan Rubes is best known for being an opera singer. Czech-Canadian opera singer and director who received the Earle Gray Award in 1990 and was named to the Order of Canada in 1995. He was born in the Czech Republic on 6 June 1920. He played Jan in the movie D2: The Mighty Ducks, starring Emilio Estevez. He graduated from the Prague Conservatory before entering the Prague Opera House as a bass singer. He played the role of the Amish patriarch in Peter Weir's Witness movie.

Jan Rubes Biography
Short Bio
First NameJan
Last NameRubes
ProfessionOpera Singer
DiedJun 29, 2009 ( age 89)
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignGemini
Birth DateJune 6, 1920
BirthdayJune 6
Birth PlaceCzech Republic
CountryCzech Republic

Jan Rubes Career

  • Actor
  • Opera Singer

Jan Rubes Education

  • He graduated from the Prague Conservatoire before entering the Prague Opera House as a bass singer.

Jan Rubes Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Jan Rubes is 89 years old, he is 6′ 2″ (1.9 m) tall. His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Height & Weight
Height (Approx.)6 Ft 2 In
Weight (Approx.)Unknown
Body MeasurementsUnknown
Physical Stats
Eye ColorUnknown
Hair ColorUnknown
Dress SizeUnknown
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Jan Rubes Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Jan Rubes Achievements

  • He played the role of the Amish patriarch in Peter Weir's Witness movie.

Jan Rubes Filmography

  • 950: Forbidden Journey – Jan Bartik
  • 1963: The Incredible Journey – Carl Nurmi
  • 1975: Lions for Breakfast – Ivan
  • 1980: Mr. Patman – Vrakettas
  • 1981: The Amateur – Kaplan
  • 1981: Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid – Psychiatrist
  • 1983: Utilities – Mort
  • 1985: Witness – Eli Lapp
  • 1985: One Magic Christmas – Santa Claus
  • 1987: Dead of Winter – Dr. Joseph Lewis
  • 1988: Blood Relations – Andreas
  • 1988: The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick – Augustus Glick
  • 1988: This Kiss – Gordon Tobin
  • 1988: Something About Love – Stan Olynyk
  • 1989: The Experts – Illyich
  • 1989: Cold Front – Zoubov
  • 1989: Blind Fear – Lasky
  • 1990: Divided Loyalties
  • 1990: Courage Mountain – Grandfather
  • 1990: The Amityville Curse – Priest
  • 1991: Class Action – Pavel
  • 1991: Deceived – Tomasz
  • 1991: On My Own – The Colonel
  • 1992: Don Gio – Journalist No. 2
  • 1994: Boozecan – Pops
  • 1994: D2: The Mighty Ducks – Jan
  • 1994: Mesmer – Prof. Stoerk
  • 1995: Roommates – Bolek Krupa
  • 1996: Never Too Late – Joseph
  • 1997: Bach Cello Suite #4: Sarabande – Dr. Kassovitz
  • 1998: Music from Another Room – Louis Klammer
  • 1998: The White Raven – Markus Strand
  • 1999: Snow Falling on Cedars – Ole Jurgensen
  • 1999: Nightmare Man – Evan Hannibal
  • 2000: Believe – Jason Stiles
  • 2001: Anthrax – Arthur Kowalski
  • 2002: The Burial Society – Marvin Telekunsky
  • 2003: The Republic of Love – Strom
  • 2004: Daniel and the Superdogs – The Colonel

Jan Rubes Television Movies

  • 1975: Deadly Harvest
  • 1977: The Day My Granddad Died
  • 1984: Charlie Grant's War – Jacob
  • 1985: Murder by Reason of Insanity – Max Ehrlich
  • 1988: No Blame – Dr. Bloomer
  • 1988: Two Men – Michael Barra
  • 1990: Descending Angel – Bishop Dancu
  • 1992: Devlin – Vittorio Di Fabrizi
  • 1994: The Birds II: Land's End – Karl
  • 1994: Lamb Chop in the Haunted Studio – Phantom
  • 1995: Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story – Far
  • 1996: The Marriage Bed
  • 1997: Flood: A River's Rampage
  • 1999: What Katy Did – Dr. Reinhart
  • 2000: The Christmas Secret – Andree
  • 2005: Our Fathers – Pope John Paul

Jan Rubes Television Series

  • 1963: The Forest Rangers – Jaworski / Gregor Kowalski
  • 1970: Castle Zaremba – Col. Kazimir Zaremba
  • 1983: Vandenberg – Lewis Vanderberg
  • 1975-1983: Guess What (host)
  • 1985: Kane & Abel (miniseries) – The Polish Consul
  • 1985: Murder in Space – Gregory Denarenko
  • 1986: Kay O'Brien – Dr. Josef Wallach
  • 1986: Crossings (miniseries) – Isaac Zimmerman
  • 1988: Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show (as a special guest) – Jan Rubes
  • 1990: Street Legal (season 4, Episode 4X13 “Leon's Story”) – Arthur Robinovitch
  • 1990: Max Glick – Augustus Glick
  • 1992-1993: By Way of the Stars (miniseries) – Hausierer Nathan
  • 1996: The X-Files (Episodes Tunguska [uncredited] and Terma) – Vassily Peskow
  • 1996-1998: Due South – Dr. Mort Gustafson
  • 1997: The Third Twin (miniseries)
  • 1999: The Outer Limits (Episode, “Tribunal”) – Robert Greene / Older Karl Rademacher
  • 2000: Stargate SG-1 (season 3, Episode 21 “Crystal Skull”) – Nicholas Ballard

Jan Rubes Awards & Nominations

  • 1989: nominee, 10th Genie Awards, Best Actor, Something About Love
  • 1990: winner, Earle Grey Award
  • 1995: appointed Member, Order of Canada

Jan Rubes Martial Status

  • Rubeš was married to actress Susan Douglas on 22 September 1950; the couple had three sons: Dr. Christopher Jan Rubeš (died in 1996), Jonathan Mark Rubeš, and Anthony Dean Rubeš. Their grandson's name is Jasan Rubeš.

Jan Rubes Death

  • Rubeš died on 29 June 2009 at the Toronto General Hospital after a stroke.

Jan Rubes Family & Relatives

FatherUnknown
MotherUnknown
SiblingsUnknown
RelativesUnknown

Association

  • He played Jan in the movie D2: The Mighty Ducks, starring Emilio Estevez.

Jan Rubes Net Worth

Jan Rubes is a well-known and popular Singer & Actor. The main and primary source of his income comes from Acting & Singing. Let’s check how rich Jan Rubes is in 2020?

Net Worth (2009)$1 Million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Actor & Singer(profession).
Jan Rubes Net Worth

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