Jake Green is a former virgin originally from San Jose, California.
He also played semi-pro ice hockey, so there's that too.
Bottom line is, he's on a lifelong mission to make "Mighty Ducks 4" happen.
things that have been said by people
"Jake Green is a delightful foil to Kate Mulgrew's growing anger... He is one of the few comic characters in the play, an audience favorite."
"Jake Green gives a marvelously subtle performance as the best friend who never left."
"The quartet of actors is remarkable, anchored by an electrifying performance from Jake Green."
- The Theater Mirror
"Green is endearing as the sensitive jock who suffers from bouts of depression."
"Fiery!" "Hilarious!" "Created this website!"
- TheaterMania - The Arts Fuse - Jake Green
[jake hopes you like it when people talk in the third person.]
Jake just booked three more McDonald's voiceover jobs! Triple Cheeseburgers for everyone!*
*Offer not valid anywhere.
Recording a spy thriller. That, or a spot for McDonald's. (Hint: it's McDonald's.)
Jake just signed with SBV for voiceover representation on the west coast!
After winning the 2014 LA Improv Festival Sketch Competition, Jake and The Divorcées are finishing their run TONIGHT at The Comedy Central Central Stage in Hollywood! 8pm!
Critics call 9 CIRCLES "a riveting experience...a must see!"
"The quartet of actors is remarkable, anchored by an electrifying performance from Jake Green." - ReviewPlays.com
9 CIRCLES is playing through October 5th at The Sherry Theater in North Hollywood's Arts District. Click here for tickets.
Jake booked a pretty sweet gig: voicing the weekly radio promos for NBC's Fall lineup!
Recording a radio spot for Cox Business DSL! Don't be surprised if, the next time you hear Jake's voice, you have the
sudden urge to purchase high-speed internet for your workplace.
Vagabond's 9 CIRCLES to Open 9/12
Jake is set to play Daniel E. Reeves in the award-winning 9 CIRCLES by Bill Cain.
Presented by Vagabond Theatre Sept. 12 - Oct. 5 at The Sherry Theater in North Hollywood's Arts District.
Click here for the article on Broadway World.
Click here for tickets.
Jake has been cast as a lead in "We, The Band" - a new webseries coming to the interwebs this fall. He'll be playing Tripp, a cocky, self-serving social climber.
Jake's sketch team, The Divorcees, just won 1st Place in the 12th Annual LA Improv Comedy Festival Sketch Competition!
Jake did the voiceover for a Super Bowl commercial. That's pretty cool. Here it is in case you missed it during Sunday's big game:
Ventura Harbor Comedy Club with Skyler Stone @ 8pm
Eastville Comedy Club (NY, NY) - 9pm
Ventura Harbor Comedy Club (Ventura, CA) - 7pm and 9pm shows
Wednesday, October 30th @ 10pm - Fat Baby Live
Friday, November 1st @ 7pm - Gotham Comedy Club
8pm @ The Stand - with Brooke Van Poppelen, Mike Cannon, and Dave Hill
9pm @ Gandhi, Is That You? with Mike Dobbins and Michelle Wolf
Want to watch an hour-long documentary about the toilet and hear Jake narrate the whole thing? The Toilet, an Unspoken History - tonight, on Destination America. (check your local listings)
8pm @ The Greatest Best Show - with Christian Finnegan and Jared Logan.
Recording ADR for the original Amazon series, Alpha House, starring John Goodman.
Recording a voiceover demo for Windex.
ANDREW SCHULZ (MTV's Guy Code)
THE LUCAS BROTHERS (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, 22 Jump Street)
PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS!
PATRICK J. REILLY (Creek & The Cave)
HEY LOS ANGELES. TONIGHT: Doing a set on "Big Money" with Joe Zimmerman and Sean Patton. 7:30pm at The Virgil
TONIGHT: LA's not going to know what hit it... because it is a city, not a person, and therefore it is incapable of conscious or rational thought. Also, Jake's doing a guest spot on "Make it Through Monday" at Danny's in Venice. 8pm
BROOKE VAN POPPELEN ("John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show" on Comedy Central,
Esquire Magazine's "Best New Comedians")
KEVIN AVERY ("Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" on FX)
JOE DEVITO (Live at Gotham, The Late Late Show w/Craig Ferguson)
JUSTY DODGE (NY Comedy Festival, Caroline's)
JESSE JONES (The Stand, Laughing Devil)
ALAN STARZINSKI (Upright Citizen's Brigade)
ANDREW TAVIN (Cape May Comedy Festival)
Jake booked a national TV commercial; recording the voiceover for a new Smart Car spot today!
JAKE GREEN and PATRICK J. REILLY
Jake booked a voiceover gig narrating for Destination America! The name of the hour-long special? "The Toilet: An Unspoken History." File under Making Your Mother Proud.
TONIGHT: The Greatest Best Show, Jake's monthly stand-up show in the East Village, is back. And it's angry.
SEATON C. SMITH - (Opie and Anthony, Montreal's Just For Laughs)
KRIS TINKLE - (The Artie Lange Show, Jim Breuer's Sirius XM Show "Fridays with Breuer,"
debut CD "Almost Awesome")
BRENDAN FITZGIBBONS - (Caroline's, McSweeney’s, The Onion)
ADAM ALEXANDER HAMILTON - (ABC Diversity Showcase)
WATERMELON - (VICE's Best Unknown Brooklyn Bands)
JAKE GREEN & PATRICK J. REILLY
COMING UP: Jake will be playing Paul, a down-on-his-luck Australian stockbroker, in Lally Katz's FORTUNE - a part of the 2013 newTACTics New Play Festival at TACT/The Actors Company Theatre. Wednesday, June 19th at 7pm and Thursday, June 20th at 7pm.
Jake is hosting a new monthly show in the East Village, featuring comedians from Comedy Central, MTV, College Humor, and Montreal's Just For Laughs! Tonight, Wednesday, May 22nd at 8pm.
ADAM NEWMAN - (Comedy Central, College Humor, debut CD "Not For Horses")
NICK VATTEROTT - ("Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," Comedy Central's "Mash Up,"
Montreal Just for Laughs)
GABE PACHECO - (Laughing Devil, New York Underground Comedy Festival)
MARIA HEINEGG - (Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Huffington Post)
MATT DELMAN - (EastVille Comedy Club)
JAKE GREEN & PATRICK J. REILLY
Jake is back at Gotham Comedy Club tonight, in the main room with headliner Andrew Schulz (MTV's "Guy Code").
Jokes + Microphones @ 8pm.
Performing tonight on "The Couch" at The Pine Box in Williamsburg. Going to be a great show!
Telling jokes on "Cool Show, Not Lame," 7pm at Legion Bar.
TONIGHT: Opening for Todd Barry and Amy Schumer. Whaaaaaaat.
Booked a voiceover demo for HomeGoods! So domestic.
Jake shot a sketch at YouTube that he's not allowed to talk about.
Make up-ems: Catch KEATON on THE UPSTARTS on Thursday, March 14th. 10:30pm at The Kraine.
On Saturday, March 9th, Jake will be in a reading of WIND, SOME SNOW, part of The Festival of New Works at NYU.
Jake booked the lead in AFTERCARE, part of the Comedy Central Pilot Competition.
Jake's improv team, KEATON, will be performing on the Kelly Cash & Co. show Friday night, Jan. 4th, 10:30pm at Under St. Marks.
Jake wrapped principal photography on "iBituaries," a dark comedy in which he plays Owen Black - a dry, cynical manchild who must make a life-altering decision.
The commercial spoof that Jake shot for "KY - Very Intense" is now online! Check out the Media section to see the video.
Jake plays 2 characters - a cocky slacker and a passionate yet struggling writer - in MATERIAL FOR MALCOLM PORTER, a new play by Matt Herzfeld. Part of the newTACTics New Play Festival, the staged reading is produced by TACT/The Actors Company Theatre and is free to the public. Showtimes June 6th and June 7th, 7pm.
Jake played a melange of characters in Roly-Poly - an "irreverent long forgotten gem" in its American Premiere at TACT on May 18-21. Drew Barr directed and this time, the play wasn't banned by the English government.
Jake is playing a social climbing boy toy in TACT's Concert Benefit Performance of Sir Noel Coward's Semi-Monde, receiving its American Premiere tonight, 7:30pm at The Irish Repertory Theatre.
Shot a series of parody commercials entitled "K-Y Very Intense." Because sometimes, extreme personal lubricants can get out of hand. Coming soon to an interweb near you.
Jake just SIGNED with Stewart Talent for voiceover representation!
Shooting an episode for the upcoming webseries "I Was Up" - playing Niko, an earnest yet conflicted young detective in the NYPD who's in over his head.
UCB graduation show today - 2:30pm at UCBeast.
Comedying tonight: "The Stone and Stone Show" - 8pm at The People's Improv Theater.
This evening, allow Jake to whisper sweet nothings into your ear. And by "whisper sweet nothings into your ear," he means "tell jokes into a microphone." 9pm, Luca Lounge - "Jakets Off" with the Stone Brothers.
If you guessed that Jake would be at Gotham Comedy Club tonight, you'd be an excellent guesser. "Reinventing Sarcasm," 9pm.
Jake began principal photography on "Dweebs," a pilot to be submitted to the Comedy Central Pilot Competition, in partnership with the New York Television Festival. Jake plays Kazee, the over-eager IT specialist in a New York City law firm.
Jake will be saying things into a microphone hooked up to a sound system. People will be there, sitting in chairs, laughing. This Friday, Jan 13th, Gotham Comedy Club, 7pm. Get tickets here.
Jake was recently interviewed by NY City Lens. That article is now on the front-page of their website. So now, some people know some things about Jake that they didn't know before. If you also want to know things, check out the exclusive interview here.
Telling jokes into a microphone. The "I Felt Awkward Show" - 9:30 pm, Broadway Comedy Club.
Performing stand-up at a cancer benefit tonight at the Stonewall. "Dough for David" - raising money for the battle against Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Don't be a jerk who loves cancer. Come support. 7pm.
Jake will be the featured comedian in the documentary, "The World of Beau." Dutch TV presenter, Beau van Erven Dorens, came to New York to interview Jake and follow him around the New York comedy scene. They had a great time and Jake got to see what a man looks like when wearing an ensemble that is 90% snakeskin.
This summer, Jake will be playing Tim Allgood in Noises Off, Michael Frayn's famous British farce, at the Dorset Theatre Festival. Directed by Jenn Thompson
Jake will be performing in NOTHING AND NOT MUCH: stories about the universe, a piece selected by The Working Theater to be a part of their 2nd Annual Director's Salon on Saturday, April 14th.
Jake was named a finalist in The World Comedy Club's "NYC's Funniest Young Comedian 2011" competition.
Jake will be playing the lead in "The Immaculate Possession," a comedic short film. Details coming soon.
Check out the rave reviews for Jake's performance in Antony and Cleopatra at Hartford Stage:
"Jake Green is a delightful foil to [Kate] Mulgrew's growing anger... He is one of the few comic characters in the play, an audience favorite."
"Standing out is Jake Green playing a reluctant, fearful messenger delivering some news an angry Cleopatra doesn't want to hear."
"Green brings humor and the common touch"
- The Hartford Courant
"Lively and amusing"
- The Stamford Times
"Jake Green is hilarious as the Messenger"
- The Arts Fuse
Check out the review from the New York Times here, and click here for more info on the show and to purchase tickets.
Jake can be seen in Hartford Stage Company's production of William Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, directed by Tina Landau, starring Kate Mulgrew and John Douglas Thompson.
Oct. 8th - Nov. 7th.
Check out the "too-hot-for-TV" video below:
Opening Night for the World Premiere of NOTICE ME - playing Off-Broadway at The Wild Project.
Check out the photo coverage at:
The word is getting out about NOTICE ME!
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Performed in the "Prodigy Comedy" stand-up showcase at EastVille Comedy Club.
Coming up: Jake will be playing Craig in the World Premiere of NOTICE ME, by Blair Singer, at The Wild Project.
Check back for details!
Jake took part in a reading of OFFICE HOURS, a new play by A. R. Gurney, at The Flea Theater.
Playing Sergeant Thomas Tarbox in the World Premiere of THE USHER'S BALL, by Fengar Gael. Directed by Michael Barakiva.
May 6 - 27.
Jake can next be seen in THE USHER'S BALL, a new musical, running May 6 - May 27 at CAP21.
Playing assistant prosecutor Kevin Fiore in a staged reading of COLOR, by Gene Ruffini.
Jake is in the reading of a new musical entitled SPORTIN' LIFE, by Michael Dinwiddie, directed by
Jake was selected by The Flea Theater to participate in an exclusive Master Class led by Sigourney Weaver, André De Shields, and Jim Simpson.
Performing in "Prodigy Comedy" at EastVille Comedy Club.
Thursday, January 28th
EastVille Comedy Club
85 E. 4th St
In February, Jake will be performing in a staged reading of COLOR by Gene Ruffini.
Details coming soon!
Jake in the World Premiere of THE GREAT RECESSION at The Flea Theater. He is playing Sean in SEVERED, by Erin Courtney. Directed by Davis McCallum.
The Flea Theater has commissioned six playwrights to create ten-minute plays that explore the impact of the current economic crisis on the younger generation. Presented under the title THE GREAT RECESSION, the evening features new work by Thomas Bradshaw, Sheila Callaghan, Erin Courtney, Will Eno, Itamar Moses and Adam Rapp.
The Great Recession
The Flea Theater
41 White St
November 20 - December 30
Jake is in rehearsals for THE GREAT RECESSION, prepping for its World Premiere at The Flea Theater.
You can see Jake in TO LOVE AND TO CHERISH, by Gene Ruffini, playing at Theater for the New City September 3-20!
"Marriage, thy name is compromise. But when a family’s core values are hypocrisy, lies, denial and enabling, it’s a fair bet that relationships will be strained to the breaking point. In the end, can those left standing escape the tentacles of the family, and more importantly, will they even try to?"
To Love and to Cherish
Theater for the New City
155 First Avenue
Jake is in rehearsals for the World Premiere of TO LOVE AND TO CHERISH at Theater for the New City. Directed by Jessica Zweiman.
Jake will be in a workshop of a new play by Thomas Bradshaw, JOB, for Soho Rep. Directed by Sarah Benson. (6/29/09 - 7/3/09)
Jake will be in a workshop of HAMLET at The Public Theater, directed by Lauren Keating. (5/14/09 - 5/20/09)
Come see Jake in his New York debut!
Jake will be playing Marcus in CATO, by Joseph Addison, in a limited engagement at The Flea Theater. Directed by Jim Simpson. With André De Shields and Reg E. Cathey.
The Flea Theater
41 White St.
October 10 - November 1
Jake is in rehearsals for his New York debut at The Flea Theater, playing Marcus in CATO. Directed by Jim Simpson.