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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 12 August 1968Santa Cruz, California, USA
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Andras Jones is an actor, musician, writer and the host/creator of Radio8Ball.

Best known in film circles for his role in Nightmare on Elm Street 4, Jones has also toured extensively as a musician in support of CDs from his band The Previous, and his own solo work.

His first book "Accidental Initiations: In the Kabbalistic Tree of Olympia" was published by Sync Book Press in 2012.

Since he created it in 1998, Jones has been the host and producer of Radio8Ball, a musical divination show (for radio, theater & TV) where questions are answered by randomly selecting songs and interpreting them as the answers, like musical tarot cards. Guests on R8B have included John C. Reilly, Patricia Arquette, Seth Green, Dan Bern, Rickie Lee Jones & many more.

Jones splits his time between Olympia & Los Angeles.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Andras Jones

Trivia (5)

Is also an accomplished musician who has released several CD's solo and with his band, The Previous. His songs have appeared in 10 motion pictures, including "Touch Me", "Green" & "Little Witches".
On the cover and in issue of Fangoria #205
Appears briefly in a deleted scene on the DVD of Comic Book the Movie, directed by Mark Hamill. In the scene, titled "A Hard Day's Note," the two characters perform a song in a performance space that Andras is soon to use. He is shown in the audience and the performers even use his guitar for the scene.
Appeared on the Game Show Network's "Russian Roulette" as AJ the roadie from Olympia. He lost. Coincidentally, the next contestant got a question about Nightmare on Elm Street. [July 2002]
Is the host of Radio8Ball, a weekly radio show based out of Olympia, Washington that can be heard on KAOS and worldwide on the Internet on Tuesday nights from 6PM-8PM PST. [July 2006]

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