Jevocas 'Java' Green was born on July 18 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He is an actor and filmmaker and is no stranger to being in front of the camera, as well as on the stage. Jevocas started his pursuit into acting from elementary school. Being in several plays and musicals on through his High school career. He attended Tri-Cities High School of Visual and Performing arts in East point GA, and went on to attend the Art Institute of Atlanta for film. While in Tri-Cities, he graced the stage in such musicals as 'Pippin', 'Little Shop of Horrors', and 'The Wiz,' to name a few, and continued into stage in his adult acting life with 'La Cage aux Folles,' 'Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,' 'Cabaret,' 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch,' and more. It was around this point he decided to make the jump over to film, after getting the great opportunity to land a speaking role in the independent suspense horror film 'The Remnant.' And other lead roles in "ACE: The Zombie," "Three Rookies" and "Atlanta Vampire Movie." He has also co-produced and produced several independent fanfims and web-series, Such as "Uncanny X-Men" and "Doctor Who: The Forgotten Doctor".' Java went on to land other roles and made his way on to television as a Walker on 'The Walking Dead', and several other television shows. He has since gone on to launch his own independent production company Jymeni Productions, LLC and hopes to continue in his acting and film making endeavors. Java is best known for his long running stint at Dr. Frank N Furter with Atlanta's own live cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, Lips Down On Dixie, Fridays at Midnight for an amazing 14 of the 16 years the show has been running. LDOD (Lips Down On Dixie) is the longest running theatrical event in Atlanta and Java has definitely made his stamp on Atlanta performing with them. He has also been the headlining Frank N Furter for 13 of the 15 performances of the show for Dragon Con. Java is also a published author, with several erotica fiction stories with Wilde City Press.
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