Jeff DuJardin

Film & Television Actor

Jeff DuJardin is a versatile actor, entrepreneur, and poet hailing from Rhode Island, where he graduated cum laude from the Honors Program at Providence with a degree in Theatre Arts, claiming the college's top prizes for acting: The NBC Leonard Award & the John Bowab Scholarship. He also minored in French and was accepted into the French National Honor Society.

DuJardin appeared on professional playhouse stages in New England before moving to LA, where he studied under revered Hollywood acting coaches John Kirby and Larry Moss. Often cast as a leading man with a mysterious quality, Jeff has appeared in numerous TV shows and films.

DuJardin will play the lead villain in the upcoming Western TV show Elkhorn, on INSP and streaming on Peacock, premiering April 2024. He also is a lead in the award-winning film Silent Life, directed by Vlad Alex Kozlov, opposite Oscar-nominated Terry Moore, with European theatrical release also scheduled for April 2024. DuJardin is repped by ACTIVITY and performs under SAG/AFTRA.

Best Actor in a Feature Film

Nominee - Orlando Film Festival (Immortalist)

Best Actor in a Feature Film

Top Prize - Fantastic Horror Film Fest (Frankenstein Monster Project)

NBC Mike Leonard Award for Acting

Top Prize - Jeff DuJardin - Providence College

John Bowab Award for Theatrical Arts

Top Prize - Jeff DuJardin - Providence College

Best Feature Film

First Place - RI International Film Festival (Silent Life)

Best Short Film

Top Prize - Venice Shorts (Things We Can't Forgive)

Best Short Film

Nominee - Montreal Independent Film Festival (Things We Can't Forgive)

Director's Choice Indie Spirit Award

Sedona International Film Festival (Silent Life)

  • Marina del Rey, California, United States

SAG/AFTRA ID: 10228291