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Jack Hoffman has been a professional actor since 1989. He has appeared in more than 20 movies, several television shows, and hundreds of stage productions—all as a union performer.

For more than 20 years, Jack has been a working member of the Screen Actors Guild, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and Actors Equity.

Screen credits include Another Happy Day—Sam Levinson director, The Lovely Bones—Peter Jackson director, The Runaway Bride—Gary Marshall director, and The Village—M. Night Shyamalan director.

TV credits include Hack and Sex in the City.

Theater credits include The Last of the Boys (InterAct Theatre), King Lear (Lantern Theater), and Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll (Wilma Theater).

For the Appel Farm Arts and Music Center, Jack has delivered a children's educational theater program, interacting with faculty, students and staff. The program encompasses the entire school region of southern New Jersey.

Jack performed the narration for a nationally released promotional DVD for Vamos, a charitable organization in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

In 1992, he co-established the Children's Classic Theatre, an interactive performance group for students from kindergarten through eighth grade in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

During the runtimes of several shows, Jack has negotiated all grievances between performers and Actors Equity as a union deputy, serving as a liaison between management and union.