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Drawing copyright 2002 Sean Quinn

Does your casting breakdown call for a BIG guy with a very unique and imposing look? 




Are you looking for an experienced character actor that has 'presence'?

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View my professional 8x10 B/W Headshot on-screen (can be printed also)

View my professional Resume' on-screen
View/download Resume' as an Adobe Acrobat Document

Please visit my Photo Gallery and check out the pictures from some of roles I've played


If your computer is multimedia-capable, you can listen to a short (8-seconds) voice introduction by selecting one of the below audio formats. Either format will take about 20-seconds to load to your computer, depending on your Internet connection, so please be patient.

Click here for Intro in WAV format  OR Click here for Intro in Windows media player format

I was once asked at an audition: "What do you want to get out of acting?". This was my answer: I have no aspirations or desires to be a 'star'. I simply would like to be a working character actor, the face you've seen many times in the movies or on TV but you really don't know (or care about) their name. I am well aware that with my look and age, I am not and never will be 'leading-man' material and that's fine with me. I make an effort to be a 'chameleon' by using different looks (via makeup), characterizations and voices. In my mind, that will further me toward my goal. I don't mind (and actually enjoy) playing the bad guy, S.O.B. the guy you would love to punch-out or get by the neck or the not-quite-normal odd-ball.

LATEST NEWS - Summer 2005

Things have been kind of quiet of late but in April, I auditioned for and was called back for a Comcast commercial. The character was an in-store TV salesman.

June 23 - EB Games commercial spot shoot as "Smilin' Honest Bill" the Can Guy. It's currently being run nationally on the G4 Network.

Right-click HERE and pick 'SAVE' to download the EB Games spot to your local hard drive.
After you've downloaded it (14MB-it takes about 4-mins on a cable-modem), you can play it from your hard drive with no internet delays. Just open your Windows Media Player, 'File'-'Open' and find/open the file you just downloaded (assuming you know where you put it). That's it.


Please email me at : act orjake@t with your comments or to STAY IN TOUCH!!

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