'Touch' Season 1 finale: Bodhi Elfman is 'a sexy Jew'


On FOX's drama "Touch" -- which concludes its first season with a two-hour finale on Thursday, May 31 -- Bodhi Elfman pays Avram, an Hasidic Jew who may have answers to the questions that troubled father Martin Bohm (Kiefer Sutherland) has about his emotionally challenged 11-year-old son, Jake (David Mazouz), who seems to be able to detect world-spanning connections through mysterious numbers.Series creator Tim Kring appears to have made a connection of his own by casting Elfman in the part."I've been working on a character like this on my own," Elfman tells Zap2it, "kind of an Hasidic Jew out of New York. it was something that I had been playing with for a while. Then, when the meeting came up for this type of thing, it happened very fast, just came at me."I was able to go in there, just do my work. It was fortuitous that it was something I was working on anyway...



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