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Jeffrey C. Wolf

Jeffrey has acted in Off-Broadway productions, most recently The Lanford Wilson Project as Dr. August Howe in The Mound Builders, directed by Mac McCarty, and originated roles in such plays as Chatting With The Tea Party (world premiere, NYC), God and Mrs. Smith (world premiere, Kaleidoscope Theatre, NYC), America’s Brightest Star (world premiere, Railroad Playhouse); regionally in such plays as Rounding Third (Riverside Theatre), Witness For The Prosecution, Arsenic and Old Lace and Boeing Boeing at the Arrow Rock Lyceum. Look for Jeffrey as a supporting lead in the Sci-Fi film, Alterscape, opposite Charles Baker (Breaking Bad) and Michael Ironside (Total Recall), available now on all the major digital platforms. Alterscape is a recipient of the Best Feature Film award at the Phillip K. Dick Film Festival in NYC. Wolf will soon appear as the character, El Negro, in the upcoming series, Last Bodega in Brooklyn. Wolf is the owner of Remote Studios Online an online studio providing self-tape solutions to actors.  www.RemoteStudiosOnline.com. Jeffrey is a graduate of the William Esper Studio, having studied with Bruce McCarty in the two year acting program working in the Meisner technique. www.jeffreyCwolf.com