Open main menu

Jeffery Wood

Jeffery Wood (born December 22, 1986) is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Austin Warren during the first two seasons of the 1990s sitcom, In the House,[1] and Jimmy Harrison on Sunset Beach.

Jeff Wood
Jeff Wood headshot.jpg
Born (1986-12-22) December 22, 1986 (age 31)
San Diego, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Producer, Director, Screenwriter, Founder and President of Puzzle Man Films
Years active 1991-present

In 2017, Jeff starred alongside Nathan Fillion as the 'Warlock' in the live-action trailer for the Bungie and Activision video game, Destiny 2.[2]

Contents

Acting careerEdit

Wood made his on-screen debut in commercials and guest starring television roles. In 1994, he landed a role in the 5 Tony Award winning Vivian Beaumont Theater revival of Carousel. After a year with the production, he landed his first major television role as 'Austin Warren' in the NBC sitcom In the House.[1] He has also made appearances on several series, including New York Undercover, The Parent 'Hood, Strong Medicine and had a contract role as Jimmy Harrison on NBC's soap opera Sunset Beach from 1997-1999.[citation needed]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Little Cobras: Operation Dalmatian Timothy
1998 Young Hearts Unlimited Tyler TV movie
2014 Like She Can Wade Tyler Short film
2015 Arguments Alan Short film
2015 Losing Focus Chris Short film
2016 Over 21 Jason Powell Short film
2016 Your Turn Dante Short film
2017 Destiny 2 New Legends Will Rise Live Action Trailer Warlock Trailer/National Commercial

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1995 New York Undercover Elmore Episode: "CAT"
1995 The Wright Verdicts
1995-1997 In the House Austin Warren Seasons 1-2
1996 Public Morals Robert Episode: "The Aqua Cover"
1997 The Parent 'Hood Hakeem 2 episodes
1998 Fame L.A. Kid Episode: "Duet"
1998-1999 Sunset Beach Jimmy Harrison 50 episodes
1999 Promised Land David Phillips Episode: "What's in a Word"
1999 Grown Ups Young J. Calvin Frazier Episode: "Why Can't We Not Be Friends"
2000 Arli$$ Episode: "It's Who You Know"
2000 Strong Medicine Bug Episode: "Second Look"
2006 Just for Kicks Ryan Episode: "The Freudian Kick"
2013 Life After Himself Episode: "Maia Campbell: In the House"

TheaterEdit

Year Show Role Notes
1994 Carousel Snow Child Vivian Beaumont Theater
February 18, 1994 – January 15, 1995

Music careerEdit

In his early to mid teens, Wood made a transition into hip hop under the name J-Dub. After the release of his popular 2012 mixtape The Captain,[3] he released his final album, Insomnia, in 2013.

Business venturesEdit

In 2011, Wood created and ran RapRise.com,[4] a blog site for unsigned hip hop.

In 2013, Wood created the film production company Puzzle Man.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "In the House". Review. Entertainment Weekly. 12 May 1995. Retrieved 11 March 2010.
  2. ^ "Destiny 2 New Legends Will Rise Trailer".
  3. ^ "J-Dub Official Site 'Music' Page".
  4. ^ "RapRise.com 'About Us' Page".
  5. ^ "Puzzle Man Films 'About' Page".

External linksEdit