The short thriller, One More For the Road, shot in May in Peterborough, has been completed, and is currently submitting to festivals. It will be screening at the Blood in the Snow festival on Nov. 30, in Toronto. You can see its trailer right here: One More for the Road Trailer
Improbabilia, a web series surrounding a young man named Hal (played by Jeff), who enrolls in a medical research facility, only to find out the tests have turned him into a super human freak, has begun to roll out! You can see its teaser and the first several episodes at this link: Improbabilia
Jeff recently shot on the new IP, Big Wide Country, a show about dragons! There should be a release in the very near future.
He put in a recent appearance on as yet unaired episode of Motives & Murders, playing a contractor.
He also shot as the very foul character of Charlie, on the soon to be released web series, Out of Time, and (redeemed?) himself with a slightly less foul character on the amazing hit series, Out With Dad.
Jeff will be shooting as Agent Paulson on the upcoming, IPF funded web series, Asset. You can see its trailer here: Asset
He also begins shooting as Murph at the end of October, one of the co-leads in Ryan Ellis' feature, Twisted Pieces.
Clutch Season 2 continues its award winning roll out, with recent screenings at the Raindance Film Festival and Austin Independent Film Festival, as well as an upcoming screening at the Atlanta Webfest. You can get caught up on the series, here: Clutch the Series
This three part Press Pass interview series with the cast of Clutch has also recently released: The Press Pass Interviews the Cast of Clutch Part 1 The Press Pass Interviews the Cast of Clutch Part 2 The Press Pass Interviews the Cast of Clutch Part 3
On the commercial front, Jeff recently played Dracula in a theatrical bumper for the Toronto After Dark festival, and also shot on an ad for a new mobile App, as well as this ad for the Adonis grocery chain: Adonis Commercial
In November of last year, Jeff played a debauched priest in a short film called In Pieces. The film has since been renamed A Common Experience, and debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May and recently screened at the ImagineNative Film Festival. You can see the gorgeous teaser at The Breath Films' website: A Common Experience
Jeff played Adolf Hitler in the comedy feature, The Film Student, in August of 2012. Its trailer has been released, and you can check it out, right here: The Film Student
If you've stopped by looking for information on the video game, Caverns of Xaskazien II, which Jeff is creating, it's entered the Alpha testing stage, but some preliminary videos of the work in progress have been released. You can see the first of those right here: Caverns of Xaskazien II
Jeff got involved in acting from a very young age, but it was after portraying Pseudolus in his
high school production of 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum' that he
realized he wanted to make it a career.
He got his BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor, then moved to Toronto where he
has starred in countless nationally and internationally screened short films, and several
features, music videos and television commercials.
In recent years he has tried his hand behind the camera as well, writing and
producing the visual effects thriller, Red Moon Over Rigger's Pond, and working
on visual effects for such films as IMAX's Hubble 3D and the independent
feature Android Re-enactment.