Raphael Pichey Gavron (born June 24, 1989) is a British actor, known for the Anthony Minghella romantic-drama film Breaking and Entering, and the 2008 movies Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist and the fantasy Inkheart.
Gavron was born in Hendon to a North London, Jewish family, the son of American-born writer Martha Pichey and the late publisher Simon Gavron (Gavron himself has American citizenship). His paternal grandparents were millionaire philanthropist Robert Gavron and Hannah Fyvel, who was born in Tel Aviv. His great-grandfather was writer Tosco R. Fyvel, who worked with author George Orwell. He has two younger brothers; Benjamin (born 1992) and Moses (born 1996).
In Breaking and Entering, he played Miro, a young burglar who uses techniques from parkour to gain access to the high-tech offices of an urban landscape architect; he performed several difficult physical feats in the film. For his role, Gavron received a nomination for the Most Promising Newcomer award at the British Independent Film Awards.
Gavron played the hired assassin Duro in the second season of HBO's Rome. He also appeared in the 2008 release Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist as Dev, the gay lead singer of Nick's band.
In Inkheart, a movie adaptation of the novel of the same name, Gavron played Farid, a character from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights, magically brought to life. The film was released theatrically in January 2009.
He recently guest starred on a few episodes of 24, as Hamid Al-Zarian, the younger brother of an assumed terrorist. In May 2009, he was chosen as the love interest of Miley Cyrus' character for the film The Last Song. However, the role was later given to actor Liam Hemsworth.