Jeff Ward was recently seen at the Mark Taper Forum alongside Lois Smith, where he originated the role of “Walter Prime” in the world premiere of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist Marjorie Prime. Prior to that, he made his Broadway debut understudying Ben Foster in Orphans starring Alec Baldwin. Ward’s additional New York Theatre credits include: The Chimes (The Public/SPF), THAT FACE (Manhattan Theatre Club), Moments (Dir. Moises Kaufman), Sex Good; Money Bad (Michael Weller), Galileo (Skirball Center), To Kill a Mockingbird (Ford’s Theatre), The Pillowman, Romeo and Juliet, Richard III and Loves Labors Lost, as well as writing and performing his one man show, this is ourselves, which he was lucky enough to workshop with Sam Shepard.
Ward has built up an impressive list of film and television credits such as Beautiful People, The Beauty Inside, Heavenly, The Mentalist, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Body of Proof, Holly’s Holiday, Vamperifica and Next Time on Lonny. He has written and performed several shorts for College Humor and his sketch duo KOOL CREW. Ward also produced and starred in the short film, The Girlfriend Game.
His training includes Stella Adler, Experimental Theatre Wing and ITW Amsterdam via TSOA at New York University.