Jamison Jones has been seen in such critically acclaimed television shows as HBO’s True Detective, Steven Spielberg‘s The Whispers, 24 and Burn Notice.
His new movie The Wretched hits theaters May 1st. Jones plays the father of a troubled son who thinks something evil had moved in nextdoor. With and unprecedented 92% on Rotten Tomatoes and distributed by IFC, VARIETY calls The Wretched “A well paced middleweight nightmare.”
Born in Rochester Michigan, Jamison spent several years living abroad, where he attended the Frankfurt International School in Germany before returning to The U.S. for his High School years.
Jones attended Western Michigan University, then the University of Southern California Los Angeles (UCLA) and finished his BA at California State University; Fullerton and completed his Master’s degree at the renowned Advanced Training Program at the American Conservatory Theater, where he was invited into ACT's professional acting company working on such critical successes as "Angels in America", directed by Mark Wing-Davey, and returned in 2012 for the premiere of Jordan Harrison 's "Maple & Vine" directed by the late Mark Rucker.
An actor across all mediums, Jones has played on noteworthy stages across the country including Chautauqua Theater Company, NY, South Coast Repertory, Ensemble Theatre, Tony Award-winning Denver Center Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, La Mirada Theatre, A Noise Within, and The Edinburgh Festival, Scotland. Other notable TV and film appearances include Will & Grace, Terminator, CSI, NCIS, Hollywood Homicide with Harrison Ford and Lena Olin, The Lodger with Alfred Molina, He Was a Quiet Man with Christian Slater and William H. Macy and the upcoming Fourth Grade B with William Baldwin.