Jacob is an engaging, bright, enthusiastic & determined young actor. In all aspects of his life he brings dedication, a maturity beyond his years, focus, confidence & his own style of humour.
He began acting in 2010 & has had several lead or support roles in both feature & short films. Jacob was cast in the supporting role of Mike in THE PINEVILLE HEIST in Canada which is due for release in 2015. He also appears in the feature film PAPER PLANES directed by Robert Connolly. Jacob's first TV role was in award winning YAGAN (2013) & he was described as having an ‘engaging screen presence’ by the Director Kelrick Martin.
Jacob continues to work hard towards a professional acting career with training both in Perth & Los Angeles (2010-2015). He attends the Gifted & Talented Drama Program at John Curtin College of the Arts (Perth).
Jacob's path has been inspired by the likes of Johnny Depp, Hugh Jackman & Heath Ledger.
Name: Jacob Brown
Lives in: Perth, Australia
Filmbites/ Outstanding Achievement & Commitment
Drama Eisteddfod/Actors Workshop Best Overall Performance
Crumpler Award/Filmbites Outstanding Achievement & Commitment
Drama Eisteddfod/Actors Workshop Best Comedy Performance
Film (short) by Filmbites/Shanta Surendren Support
Monday Night Menace
Television (Drama) Actor Add a Plot »
The Decadent and Depraved
Film by Prince-Wright Productions/Jordon Prince-Wright Young Prison Guard
THE PINEVILLE HEIST
Film by Jetlag Pictures/Lee Chambers (Thriller) Mike/Support A high school teen stumbles into the aftermath of a bank robbery gone wrong and finds himself locked inside his school trying to keep himself and his teacher alive as one of the psychotic robbers hunts them down.
Internet by Manticore Creative/Aidan Edwards Lead
Party at Macca's
Film (short) by Filmbites/Shanta Surendren Lead
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Actor One Man, His Car and a Whole lot of Red Dirt.
A Class Act
Television (Comedy) Actor Add a Plot »
Film (short) by Brandon D'Annunzio Lead
Film (short) by DME Productions/Charlie Support
Film (short) by Manticore Creative/Damian Hoskin Co-lead Short Film- made in 24 hours for Film Freo 24
Film (short) by Shannon Berry Richard/Lead
DAZE OF INNOCENCE
Film (short) by Steele Wolfe Productions/Yasteel Madanjit (Thriller) Lead Daze of Innocence focuses on a day in the life of a brother (Christopher) and sister (Lucy) who go about their daily routine of happy play and mischief.
Film by Paper Planes Productions/Robert Connolly (Family) Sydney Competitor
Film (short) by Manticore Creative/Damian Hoskin (Drama) Joey/Lead The ﬁlm tells the story of an eleven year old homeless boy Joey, played by Jacob Brown, who sets out on a journey of survival as he is plagued by his past of domestic violence. Written and Directed by Damian Hoskin Cinematography by Aidan Edwards
Commercial by Arty Productions/Ruben Pracas Guest
Commercial by Split Screen Productions/Shannon Alexander Support
Television by West TV/Fred Mafrica/Emma Perks Guest
Film (short) by Will & Sandy Marwick Chris/Minor
Film (short) by Filmbites/Matt Randell Lead
ONE BULLET. TOO MANY
Film (short) by SAE/Stacey Longman (Drama) Lead
Film (short) by Taylor ACE Films/Taylor Bates (Comedy) Shawn/Lead 'Photo Day' is the story of a boy named Shawn. Shawn wants nothing more than to take at least one good photo
Film (short) by Curtin/Karyn Pickering Sullivan/Support
Documentary by Spear Point Productions/Kelrick Martin (Documentary) James/Support When Lieutenant-Governor James Stirling established Western Australia's Swan River colony (later the city of Perth) in 1829, times were tough. Seed refused to grow, food was scarce, and the initially good relations between British settlers and local Indigenous Noongar people tragically spiraled out of control into a conflict over land and resources. Standing out during this period were the actions of a Noongar warrior named Yagan. Confused by the actions of the settlers and refusing to submit to their strange British laws, Yagan fought back against the colonizers, murdering a settler in retribution for the death of one of his family. His reputation grew quickly, and he was soon a wanted man. Tricked into being captured, Yagan was on the cusp of execution for his crimes when he was saved at the last minute by an enigmatic Scottish pastor named Robert Lyon. Lyon was a firm advocate for the rights of the Noongar people during this clash of cultures. He saw Yagan as the "William Wallace"
SAFETY STARTS WITH AN RCD
Commercial by ECU/Alister Yuen Lead TVC
Television by West Australian Screen Academy/Wahed Naddafi Henry/Support
Film (short) by Arty Productions/Ruben Pracas Callum/Lead
Film (short) by Archangel Pictures/Timothy John Sharp Chris/Lead A story of three boys and one lazy afternoon on the edge of the apocalypse... Written and Directed by Timothy John Sharp Produced by Michael Facey and Chris Richards-Scully Starring: Jacob Brown Will Mattock Scott Morgan (c) Archangel Pictures
Australian Institute of Performing Arts (AIPA)
John Curtin College of the Arts (Perth, Western AUstralia)
Filmbites Youth Film School