JEFF ALAN-LEE recently received critical acclaim for the role of Charlie Guiteau in the L.A. hit, “ASSASSINS,” and the role of Jerry in AT HOME AT THE ZOO at the Wallis Annenberg Center. His Echo theater company roles include AN UNDIVIDED HEART and THE SUITCASE.
Early New York credits: HUCK AND JIM (lead – directed by Broadway legend, Joshua Logan) SNOOPY (with Andrea McArdle), LOSING IT (directed by Andy Cadiff) in addition to many regional and stock theater credits throughout the country.
Favorite Los Angeles credits include Jerry in THE ZOO STORY (with Deaf West), AUTO DA FE (also in Edinburgh and Ireland), FRANKIE AND JOHNNY IN THE CLAIRE DELUNE, HELLO AND GOODBYE (Critical acclaim) THE BOYS NEXT DOOR at The Rep East and 2 STAGE benefits directed by David Galligan
Film and TV includes AS THE WORLD TURNS, COULD IT BE A MIRACLE, NO BIG DEAL, (with Kevin Dillon) and THE BENIKER GANG (starring with Andrew McArthy)
Jeff is a NYU graduate, former NY and LA Lee Strasberg faculty member and the founder and artistic director of The Young Actor’s Studio which is the foremost acting training program for young actors in Los Angeles. Jeff’s book, “A Young Actor Prepares,” will be published in November of 2021 by Applause books.