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You probably know Jack best from his SAG Award nominated role as DEA Captain Roy Till on
Showtime's Weeds,or from one of his many guest-starring roles on countless hit TV series such as NCIS-Los Angeles, Dark Blue, Without a Trace, Monk, NCIS., ER, NYPD Blue,
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, JAG and The Practice.
If you're a fan of the theatre, perhaps you've seen him on the stages in Los Angeles,
New York, regionally and abroad. A graduate of the acclaimed Juilliard School, Jack has been entertaining audiences in both modern plays and the classics, comedy and drama - garnering awards and critical acclaim. Jack also serves as founding artistic director of The New American Theatre.
Jack received a Career Achievement Award from Stage Raw!
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Award presenter John-Farmanesh-Bocca said this about Jack:
"I was struck at how open, easy and available he was to have a conversation with me, about things that really mattered. I mean here was a guy who was doing what I wanted to do, A NEW YORK STAGE fixture - Dozens of plays at The New York Shakespeare Festival with fellow Juilliard alums Kevin Kline, Val Kilmer, and Mandy Patinkin, he had acted toe to toe with them all. He had worked with legendary directors the likes of Gene Saks, Carey Perloff, Steven Berkoff, Richard Foreman, Robert Wilson, who trusted him to bring to life a variety of characters that any actor worth their salt would envy.
Oh, and from time to time he understudied a guy named Al Pacino."
Jack in Macbeth: Revisted an intimate
re-telling of Shakespeare's tale of prophesy, murderous ambition, and unchecked power.
Jeannine Wisnosky Stehlin and
Jack Stehlin at Stage Raw Awards, 2019.
Jack received a "Best Leading Actor" nomination from the 2016 LA Stage Raw Awards for his portrayal as Prospero in Tempest Redux, an electrifying reconstruction of Shakespeare's
The Tempest, that pushes boundaries between theatre and dance.
Clip from scene from SALOME
Trailer for Without A Net, a documentary featuring Jack Stehlin, Alfred Molina and more
Promo for 2010-2011 production of
adapted and conceived from Shakespeare by John Farmanesh-Bocca,
starring Jack Stehlin and Brenda Strong
© Jack Stehlin