Sep. 28th, 1946
Buffalo, New York, USA
6' 4 1/2"
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Jeffrey Duncan Jones was born in Buffalo, New York. He is a very tall, fair-haired character actor who is recognized all over for his excellent work. He is a veteran stage actor having such plays as "The Elephant Man" and Neil Simon (I)'s "London Suite" under his belt. His first film role was in The Revolutionary (1970).
- Member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
- He went to London in 1969 to attend the London Academy of Dramatic Art for four years. Afterwards, he ventured to Canada to perform with the Stratford Theater, in Ontario, for three years.
- In 1967, his performance in a Lawrence University production of "Hobson's Choice" brought him to the attention of Sir 'Tyrone Guthrie' (qv), who invited him to join the prestigious Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- Father of actor 'Julian Coutts' (qv).
- Used the same, chilling voice in the _"Tales from the Crypt" (1989)_ (qv) episode (Season 5, Episode 9: Creep Course 10 November 1993) as he did as the possessed Dr. Walter Jenning in _Howard the Duck (1986)_ (qv).
- He's the son of an art historian.
- Attended Lawrence University.
- In 1974, he joined the famed Actors Theater of Louisville for roles ranging from 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv) to "Frankenstein".