Jeffrey Green was born in Dearborn, Michigan. He moved to Clarkston, Michigan at the age of 1 where he was raised. His father, Rondal Green, is a retired Factory Lineman for Ford Motor Company and his mother, Catherine Green, also retired, was a Customer Service Phone Operator for Ameritech, now merged with AT&T. He has an older brother.
Jeff got his first taste of acting in small plays at Andersonville Elementary School. In his Junior and Senior year at Clarkston High School, he got back into acting being cast in a number of Theater Plays, most notable among them Oklahoma and How to Succeed in Business. After High School, Jeff leaned back and forth between Theater and Film Acting, and upon attending an audition with a friend of his at MPI (Motion Picture Institute) he was cast for a number of roles while getting “In front of Camera” experience. Theater still on his mind, he then attended Oakland University to pursue a Major in Theater Arts. He quit after a year and switched his focus fully toward obtaining an Education in Film Acting. He then attended the 2-year program at The School for Film and Television and also quit after a year to take a different approach.
Since then he’s traveled around the world perfecting his craft, appeared in plays, a commercial and short films, until taking the role of Police Officer 3 in the independent film A Dangerous Place. This was his first film credit. Studying with Acting Coach, Adam Hill, Jeff is still sharpening his Acting, Directing and Cinematography skills. Jeff, a perfectionist at heart, with a deep passion for Acting, is constantly evolving in his craft and is a major talent to keep an eye on.