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Feinberg has started his acting career in the television series The Catlins (1984) and played supporting roles in the action film Hard Hunted (1992, with Richard Cansino and Brett Baxter Clark) and the drama The Twinge (1999). He portrayed demons in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode Fool for Love (2000, with stunts by Scott Workman) and the Charmed episode Hell Hath No Fury (2001, with stunts by John Dixon, Andy Gill, Michael Hugghins, and stunt coordination by Noon Orsatti). Other television performances include The District (2002, with Spencer Garrett, Henry Kingi, Sr., J. Patrick McCormack, and Christopher Michael) and J.J. Abrams' Alias (2002, with Joseph Ruskin, Kamala Lopez-Dawson, and DGA trainee John Tagamolila).
Feinberg also portrayed supporting characters in the thriller No Turning Back (2001, with Raymond Forchion) and Jeff Rector's short comedy Pray Another Day (2003, with Rahvaunia L. Johnson and Robert Zachar), and portrayed Britney Spears' bodyguard in her music video Lucky (2001).
He wrote and directed the short films Coming and Going (1999) and Coming Clean (2002) and served as assistant director on the science fiction short film Star 69 (2001). Feinberg is the founder and CEO of "Creative Studios of Atlanta" and has written and directed several short films and stage plays in Atlanta and Los Angeles. He is the author of the adaptation Peter and Wendy in Neverland and the novel The Other Side of Now (2007).