Raphael Sbarge
General Information
Gender: Male
Birthday: February 12, 1964
Age: 52
Birthplace: New York City
Social Networks: Twitter
Other Information
Height: 5'11"
Occupation(s): Actor
Voice Actor
Talents: Acting
Family & Friends
Family: Jeanne (née Button) (mother)
Stephen Arnold Sbarge (father)
Gracie Holiday (daughter)
Django Garrison (son)
Relationships: Lisa Akey (ex-wife)
Series Information
Character: Dr. Archie Hopper / Dr. Archibald 'Archie' Hopper / Jiminy Cricket
First appearance: Pilot
Last appearance: Leaving Storybrooke

Raphael Sbarge is an American film, stage, television and voice actor. He is best known for his roles as Archie Hopper/Jiminy Cricket in Once Upon a Time and Kaidan Alenko in the Mass Effect trilogy. Between 2014 and 2016, he portrayed Inspector David Molk in the TNT series Murder in the First. He is also known for voicing Carth Onasi in the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and its sequel.

View the Raphael Sbarge Gallery.

Early Life

Sbarge was born into a theater-oriented family in New York City. His mother, Jeanne (née Button), was a professional costume designer, and his father, Stephen Arnold Sbarge, was an artist, writer and stage director, who named his son after the Renaissance artist. Raphael began his career at age 4 or 5 on Sesame Street.



Sbarge made his stage debut in 1981 in Joseph Papp's Shakespeare in the Park production of Henry IV, Part 1. The following year he made his Broadway debut opposite Faye Dunaway in the short-lived play The Curse of an Aching Heart. Other New York stage credits include Hamlet (1982), Ah, Wilderness! (1988), Ghosts (1988), The Twilight of the Golds (1993), The Shadow Box, and Voices in the Dark (1999).


Sbarge's film credits include Risky Business (1983), Vision Quest (1985), My Man Adam (1985), My Science Project (1985),[5] Carnosaur (1993), The Hidden II (1993), Babes in Toyland (1997), Independence Day (1996), BASEketball (1998), Message in a Bottle (1999), Pearl Harbor (2001), Home Room (2002) and The Duel (2015).


Sbarge has appeared in numerous television series and television movies, including A Streetcar Named Desire with Ann-Margret in 1984; The pilot of the Fox series "Werewolf" in 1987; Billionaire Boys Club, Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in 1990; Murder 101 with Pierce Brosnan and Final Verdict with Treat Williams in 1991; Breast Men with Chris Cooper; Quicksilver Highway with Christopher Lloyd in 1997; and Introducing Dorothy Dandridge with Halle Berry in 1999.

He had recurring roles in five episodes of Star Trek: Voyager in 1996, and in the first four episodes of the sixth season of 24. From 2001-04, Sbarge was a regular cast member of The Guardian, starring Simon Baker. He voiced the character Professor Zei in a guest-star appearance in the second season of Nickelodeon's Avatar: The Last Airbender. He was in an episode of Six Feet Under. In 2007, he appeared in a two-part episode of Journeyman. In 2009, he appeared in an episode of The Mentalist. In 2010, he was in "Practically Perfect", a season five episode of Dexter, as Jim McCourt, an Internal Affairs Agent.

He had a recurring role as Howard Aucker on The Young and the Restless. He played Brian McGuire on Better Days, which lasted for five weeks before being canceled. In 2011, he first appeared in Once Upon a Time, playing the dual roles of Archie Hopper, a therapist, and his fairy tale counterpart, Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio. In 2013, he played Larry Hermann on Chicago Fire. He played Inspector David Molk, a philosophizing SFPD homicide inspector, on TNT's 2014 series, Murder in the First.

Video games

He also has voice acted for video games such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords as Carth Onasi; as RC-1262 "Scorch" in Star Wars: Republic Commando; and as Kaidan Alenko in the Mass Effect series.


Sbarge has directed short films and the Web series On Begley Street and Jenna's Studio.


Sbarge, Ed Begley, Jr. and Rachelle Carson Begley launched an environmentalist non-profit organization called Green Wish, aimed at donating to local green organizations through donations at retailers throughout the country. Sbarge is also executive producer of On Begley Street, a web series chronicling the deconstruction of actor Ed Begley, Jr.'s home and the "building of North America's greenest, most sustainable home."


Year TV Show/Movie Medium Role
1983 Abuse Thomas
1983 Risky Business Glenn
1984 Lottery! TV Series
1984 A Streetcar Named Desire TV Movie The Collector
1985 Vision Quest Schmoozler
1985 My Science Project Sherman
1985 My Man Adam Adam Swit
1986 Better Days TV Series Brian McGuire
1987 Prison for Children TV Movie John Parsons
1987 Baby Girl Scott TV Movie Dr. Nelman
1987 Cracked Up TV Movie Chris
1987 Werewolf TV Series Theodore 'Ted' Nichols
1987 Billionaire Boys Club TV Movie Eric Fairmont
1988 Miracle Mile Chip (voice)
1988 The Cosby Show TV Series Mr. Jenkins
1989 Riding the Edge Matt
1990 Quantum Leap TV Series Will
1990 So Proudly We Hail TV Movie Henry
1990 Monsters TV Series Alex
1990 Cold Dog Soup Guy in Park with Dog
1990 Back to Hannibal: The Return of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn TV Movie Tom Sawyer
1991 Murder 101 TV Movie Robert Miner
1991 Final Verdict TV Movie Al Boyd
1992 Sisters TV Series Jim Atwater
1992 Civil Wars TV Series Anthony Jecker
1992 A Message from Holly TV Movie Guy Welks
1993 L.A. Law TV Series Anthony Marciante
1993 Sirens TV Series Jeremy Beecher
1993 Carnosaur 'Doc' Smith
1993 The Hidden II MacLachlan


  • Is founder of Green Wish, a non-profit which funds local, green organizations through donations.
  • Screen-tested for the role of John Carter on ER, according to Noah Wyle, but lost to Wyle in the final round of auditions.