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Jefferson Moore is an actor and writer, known for The Perfect Stranger (2005), Clancy (2009) and Pieces of Easter (2013).

Trade Mark (2)

Frequently references the city of Chicago in his screenplays / movies
Always has a character named 'Kelly' in his projects; a 'silent love note' to his wife.

Trivia (9)

Edits his own films under the alias 'Pate Walters' because, quote, "I get tired of seeing 'Jefferson Moore' all over the credits".
Cites Sylvester Stallone, Michael Keaton, and Jeff Bridges as his acting heroes.
Walter Hill and Clint Eastwood influenced his directing style.
A college drop-out who never studied acting, writing, nor filmmaking; his previous careers include: bouncer, restaurant manager, sales rep, inventor, print broker, and Kinko's account manager.
Refused the lead in his first grade school play because of his chronic shyness - an affliction he still struggles with to this day.
As a producer and director, likes to employ the old 'studio players' system of yesteryear; utilizing a reoccurring pool of actors in different roles for each project. Among his repeat performers are: Tom Luce, Melissa Combs, Matt Wallace, Pattie Crawford, Stella Davis, Tim Kelty, and Tina Jo Wallace.
Describes himself as a 'textbook introvert'.
First 'big' acting job was the lead role in a nationally-televised music video called "Feed Jake".
First ever television appearance was as a contestant on a Louisville, Kentucky, high school quiz show called, "Hi-Q".

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