Ullman was a bright child. He was selected to participate and attend Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Foundation’s program and was even chosen as their “Outstanding Ambassador”. He was also an active member of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth.
Artistic Raviv started acting early on in his life; he worked in various productions like “Peter Pan” for Polka Dot Playhouse. His work had always been par excellence. He bagged a nomination for Best Actor at the Connecticut Critic’s Awards in 1998 for his performance in “A Rosen by Any Other Name” presented by Stamford Theater Work.
Ullman is most famous for his role as “Phil Diffy” in the Disney Channel series “Phil of The Future” which premiered in June 2004. He was the main lead in this show. Phil was an integral member of the “Disney Channel Circle of Stars”. Ullman is also a part of two musical boy bands, “Webee Boys” and “Goodbye Ian”.