Jeff Blumberg

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Website: jeffblumberg.com • Twitter: @JeffBlumbergTV

Jeff Blumberg has been a fixture on the stages of Los Angeles for over 25 years, having worked with over 10 different theater companies. He is known most notably for his roles as James Wicker in Terrence McNally’s IT’S ONLY A PLAY, Ernie in Neil Simon’s RUMORS, Joel in BEAU JEST, multiple roles in the west coast premiere of FLIGHT: THE RISE & FALL OF CHARLES LINDBERGH, and multiple roles in the Los Angeles premiere of Kim Rosenstock’s (FOX’s NEW GIRL) epic comedy, 99 WAYS TO F*CK A SWAN. He has also originated roles in several world premieres, including LOVE LETTERS TO WOMEN, LOVE AND OTHER ALLERGIES, A VERY MERRY HAPPY KOSHER CHRISTMAS, and THE MERMAID WARS (HFF 2015). He most recently had the privilege of serving as Dan Castellaneta’s understudy in FOR PIANO AND HARPO, a new play written by and starring the Emmy-award winning Mr. Castellaneta, at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank.

On screen, Jeff’s feature films include DISPATCH, THE COMEDIAN AT THE FRIDAY, AGURUPHOBIA, and most recently, the critically & scientifically acclaimed sci-fi film THE PERFECT 46. He has starred in numerous award-winning short films that have played film festivals around the globe, including DIRTY LAUNDRY, A STITCH IN TIME (FOR $9.99), RIPPLE, DOT GOT SHOT, and most recently, the musical comedy fantasy short SING FOR YOUR SUPPER, opposite Bodhi Elfman. He has also graced the interwebs, most recently guest starring as a creepy 19th century clown in the horror web series THE HOTEL BARCLAY on Amazon. On TV, Jeff has appeared in several national commercials, but diehard fans of THE DREW CAREY SHOW will remember him best as the last “Johnson” ever fired by Nigel Wick on the long-running sitcom.

Visit jeffblumberg.com to learn more about Jeff, watch some of the aforementioned projects, and fact check everything you just read; and follow him on Twitter @JeffBlumbergTV to find out if he prefers sausage or bacon with his hashtags.

Comedy Play

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A modern British comedy play about settling old scores and finding true loves.