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Jeff Clark, Jr. is an American actor and Emmy nominated artist from Penns Grove, NJ. He earned a Bachelor's degree with honors in Media Arts & Animation from The Art Institute Of Philadelphia and has worked for various TV networks like Syfy, NBC, MTV, MLB and NHL. 


His love for storytelling and animation merged with his passion for acting, when he was accepted to Sanford Meisner's school, the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, located in NYC. He studied under Gary Kingston and Richard Pinter. He has also received training at The Actors Axiom under James Ciccone, as well as LaGuardia Acting Studio under Joshua Nelson. 


Jeff has been in several films that have won best ensemble cast awards. He's also received nominations for several categories in various film festivals, and won "Best Actor" twice for his performance in the short film "Star Crossed", directed by Pat Bradley.


More recently, Jeff landed a co-star role on Law & Order: Organized Crime, and performed as the burglar, Peter Brady, in the theatre production, "There's No Place Like Home". As a filmmaker he won "Best First Time Director" for his short, "Yuh Filthy Animal" (2024) from the NYIFA. 


In his spare time, Jeff enjoys writing skits and stories, as well as collecting and shooting firearms.

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