Jack Stauffer

Jack Stauffer has worked professionally in the television, film, and stage industries for fifty years. A longtime veteran television actor, Jack is best remembered for creating the role of Chuck Tyler on ABC’s award-winning daytime serial “All My Children” and as Bojay on the original “Battlestar Galactica”. Over his long career, Jack starred in pilots for his own television series: “Alex and the Doberman Gang”, “The Incredible Island”, and “Mobile Medics”, appeared in Emmy Award movies of the week such as “Police Story” and ‘Eleanor and Franklin”, starred in the feature “Mission Galactica” and co-starred in the feature film “Chattanooga Choo Choo”. He also made guest appearances on over sixty different prime-time television shows, mini-series, and movies of the week all the way from “The Streets of San Francisco” to “Melrose Place”. He has also filmed over 250 commercials. In January 2019 Jack will star in a SAG short film entitled “The River” getting to portray the vengeful patriarch of a crime family. In 2014, Jack starred in the SAG short film “Sons of Guns”, playing a sadistic former Nazi in a dark comedy about the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler. The film has won awards at several film festivals and Jack received a best supporting actor nomination at the 2016 Santa Monica International Film festival. In 2013 Jack co-starred in the SAG short film “The Right Regrets”. This film was also entered in several film festivals and earned awards. In December 2018 Jack was one of the stars in the world premiere of David Copperfield – The Musical. This was the first “workshop” step in an attempt to bring a major new historical musical to the Broadway stage. Over the years Jack performed regularly in many Southern and Northern California theatre venues. He co-starred in “My Fair Lady” with Broadway and Los Angeles “Phantom of the Opera” star Dale Kristien. Other favorite starring roles include “The Music Man “ (four times), “Oliver”, ”Annie Get Your Gun”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Fiorello”, “Can Can” and ”Mister Roberts” which he has starred in three times and directed twice.

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