Jeff’s passion for acting began as a young adult; however, he did not act upon it until later in life.
Born in Walnut Creek, CA, Jeff did not have a normal upbringing. At the age of 4, his father left and a year later his mom left. Jeff and his younger brother lived with grandparents only to become wards of the court two years later. They bounced from foster home to foster home. Jeff was a mid teenager when his mom came back into his life. At the age of 20, at the encouragement of his grandfather, Jeff went into the Navy.
Years later, searching for some sort of direction, Jeff and his brother headed to Los Angeles. With no money, they slept in front of a church and soon after ended up living under a bridge of the 101 Freeway. In Hollywood, Jeff took part in the filming of a movie. His grandmother knew industry people and it appeared Jeff knew the direction he was headed. Jeff also became involved in the music field and provided security at one of the bars. He started making good money and made many friends, but lost contact with his brother.
After a few years, Jeff left Hollywood and moved to Northern California to resume a relationship with his brother who was living with his mom and step father. In 1994 he met his current wife. Jeff became involved in the travel industry through his grandmother. Another opportunity came along, and Jeff submitted photos at a local casting call and received a phone call to be in the movie Breakdown.
In 1996, Jeff and his wife relocated to Southern California. He continued with his travel venture, but something was still missing from his life. After a trip to Universal Studios in 2010, Jeff decided to pursue his real passion, acting. He is currently studying acting and is looking forward to living his dream.
Unique traits: Takes direction well and learns from mistakes Quick learner. Strong in both heart and body. Very creative with a great imagination. I have the passion and the drive to always be prepared and ready no matter what. I am funny with a bit of an edge! Love the being on a set. The sounds, lights, action and all the different people. Dark, bad guy, villain, hero, crazy next door neighbor, best friend, tough guy, good guy, laidback. Original - one of a kind!
NOCONA -Beverly Hills Blues music video
Video by David Schlussel Bouncer
Music by Chris brown/ Jail Guard guard role in chris brown and Ariana Grande music video " dont be gone to long "
Directors Workshop Live Performance
Film (short) by lost in Translation Scene) UCLA film school BOB
Actors Advantage Workshop Fighting for the Camera
Film by Actors Advantage Workshop class
Film (short) by David Swartz Marcus
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT/pilot
Television by Director Elyusha/ City Lights Films Jeff
Steampunk Queen of The Silent age
Film by Randall BOB
Theater by Howie Bouboun Dupree
Film (short) by Jean Barker / Dodge College School Of The arts and media Heckler
Internet by Ken Garcia Drunk guy
Call Of The Dead II
Film (short) by yoann cifuentes Canibal Hunter
by Jonathan Mostow Paramount Pictures featured
Actors Studio Of Orange county