In mid June, Jeff shot on Jay Clarke's very dark short film, "The Monitor."
In early June he shot on the music video, "Party Like a Punjabi" for Gippy Grewal and Manj Musik. It should release in July.
In May he had a chance to represent Asset and other series at the inaugural T.O. Webfest. You can see a bit of those festivities here: T.O. Webfest
He recently finished shooting on the feature "Late Night Double Feature" as the mad Vincent Dubuc. You can learn all about it in this early Fangoria article: Late Night Double Feature Or in this local news broadcast: CHEX TV News
He just got back from 2 weeks in L.A., where, with Clutch, Asset and Out With Dad, he attended the L.A. Webfest, the Hollyweb Festival and the ISAs, in which he was nominated for Best Visual Effects. While there, he had a chance to do this fun Super Geeked Up hangout: Super Geeked Up in L.A.
He's also recently returned from Acapulco, where he was shooting a commercial for Hotels.com. It began airing in early May, and can be seen online here: Hotels dot Com Ad
He also shot on a Beer Store commercial in March, as well as on the upcoming History Channel mini-series, Revelation. You can check out the commercial right here: Beer Store Commercial
Asset, the IPF funded spy series in which Jeff plays CIA Deputy Director, Frederick Paulson, premiered January 15th! You can link to it from the Asset homepage, and watch it exclusively on JTS TV. Asset Homepage
The short thriller, One More For the Road, shot in May of last year in Peterborough, has seen successful screenings in New York, Buffalo, Toronto and Burlington, with upcoming screenings in San Diego and elsewhere. Until it tours around your way, 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 finally completed its rollout! You can see the complete first season at this link: Improbabilia
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. He sank himself straight back into the depths of evil after that playing the Captain of the Queen's Guard in a second season episode of Pete Winning and the Pirates.
He recently played the crippled war veteran, Murph, one of the co-leads in Ryan Ellis' feature, Twisted Pieces, with principal photography wrapping in early March. You can learn more about the project at its facebook page: Twisted Pieces
Clutch Season 2 continues its screenings at festivals, with recent nominations at the prestigious IAWTV Awards. You can get caught up on the series, here: Clutch the Series
Also on the commercial front, Jeff recently played Dracula in an intentionally cheesy theatrical bumper for the Toronto After Dark festival, voiced several ads for new mobile Apps, as well as this ad for the Adonis grocery chain: Toronto After Dark Festival Bumper LetsMark Corporate Ad Adonis Commercial
He shot a five part series of commercials for Money Mentors, the first couple of which recently released and can be seen on TV or at these handy links: Money Mentors New Years Commercial Money Mentors Smart Finances Commercial
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.