Jon Freda

Jon Freda

Actor, Performance Coach, Playwright, Screenwriter and Voice Artist

New York City, New York

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About Jon

Jon is an award winning actor, screenwriter and playwright. He is often recognized for his critically acclaimed role of Rocco in Luc Besson’s film, The Family with Robert De Niro. Other films include Run with Eric Roberts, and Big Time Adolescence with Jon Cryer. He received best actor award in Sisyphus’ Supper at the Take Two Film Festival in New York City, which premiered at Cannes Film Festival. His TV credits include The Deuce, The Blacklist, and Law & Order SVU. Jon is also the co-producer/actor in 50 To Death, an award winning web series about three boomers jousting with the 21st Century, having achieved the unique recognition of being the number one comedy series in New Zealand! His New York theater credits, among others, include critical recognition for his performances in George Tabori’s Mein Kampf, Imagine Dat! a solo show about Jimmy Durante (which Jon wrote and starred; only current show about Jimmy Durante approved by his estate) and Norman Beim’s On A Darkling Plain. Jon also appeared as a nationally traveled Inspector Clouseau character, having performed that role regionally in The Pink Panther Strikes Again. His recent regional theater credits include Other Desert Cities, Over The River and Through The Woods and Breaking Legs. Among his writing credits, his screenplay, Who Wants To Marry My Husband, was produced and distributed as a feature film by Echelon Entertainment Group. He also co-wrote with Letty Serra, the fourteen times awarded screenplay, Say Nothing, about the untold story of Italian incarceration in an American concentration camp in Maryland during World War Two, and won four screenplay awards for his thriller feature script, Sparks. His sci-fi comedy musical Alien Adventure The Adventure won four awards at the Midtown International Theatre Festival In New York City. Weekly, Jon teaches the Improvisation Workshop at the SAG-AFTRA Conservatory in New York City. Prior to acting, Jon served as a naval officer, taught undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, was a research psychologist for the government, and had a private practice in clinical psychology. He has a PhD in experimental and organizational psychology, and a postdoc PhD. in clinical psychology. Jon also consults as an executive presentation coach with Harrison Monarth, a New York Times best-selling author and owner of Gurumaker. Jon is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Equity.

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  • SPARKS

    SPARKS Thriller Horror A four-legged witness connects a sheriff, maniacal killers and a botched execution of a death row inmate. Winner of 4 screenplay awards.

  • Say Nothing

    Say Nothing Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama Historical A husband and wife struggle between with his belief in the American Dream and her love for family when relatives and friends mysteriously disappear and are imprisoned in an American concentration camp in Maryland in 1941. Winner of 14 screenplay awards.

  • Heatstroke

    Heatstroke Drama Sci-fi Global warming is only the tip of the iceberg...a covert ops group plots to sabotage an American scientist’s weather laser satellite designed to reverse the effects of a climatic global drought, bringing Middle Eastern countries to the brink of nuclear war

  • Sunday Style

    Sunday Style Comedy A fashion designer is unjustly fired because of her conniving coworker but manages to find new meaning in life when she creates a trendy line based on the clothing choices of her father’s friends in a retirement home for the memory impaired.

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