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Jeff Priskorn is an actor, voice artist, singer, writer, director, producer, and musician based in southeast Michigan. He has appeared in dozens of films, commercials, and voice projects over the last 20 years, as well as being an original member of the main stage cast at ComedySportz Detroit, an improvisational comedy theatre. Notable projects include TV spots for Auto-Owners Insurance, Kenny Ross Automotive, Gardner-White, and the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), and voice projects for Belle Tire, ADT, The Henry Ford, DTE Energy, Perkins Restaurant, and Fiat. Jeff has also starred in several award-winning independent films, including The Point (directed by Emmy award winner Chuck Grady), Side Effects, Eddie & The Alternate Universe, and Faith Under Fire (with Kevin Sorbo). In addition, Small Town America, the travel show Jeff hosts with his wife, has continued to branch out with segments around the Midwest.
Jeff has directed, produced, co-written, and starred in four films with his partners at Loose Change Entertainment. These films include Arbor Daze, Love & Plutonium, Weenie Roast Massacre, and True Extremes. He is proud to have won two awards for Love & Plutonium: "Best Feature Film" at the Twisted Spine Micro Film Festival and the "Filmrunner Choice Award" from Filmrunner.net.
Jeff has appeared on stage in musicals (Forever Plaid, She Loves Me), plays (Popcorn Falls, Proof, Fools) and improv groups all over Michigan as well. A founding member of the award-winning sketch comedy show Loose Change, Priskorn penned and directed numerous sketches and anchored the on-camera cast for over 10 years. He is also a founding member of The Guys Upstairs, the longest-running improv comedy show in north Oakland County.
Priskorn is also the frontman and primary lyricist of the band Curious Jack. Curious Jack has been a radio staple and the seminal comedy band in Detroit, having written a myriad of sports- and issue-related parodies and theme songs for Detroit sports radio. Curious Jack's music is featured in a display at the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. Jeff received an honorable mention from Billboard Magazine's World Songwriting Contest for the song "Sometimes Love Goes Boom" from the aforementioned Love & Plutonium soundtrack.
A craft beer aficionado (some might say snob), Jeff is married to actor and writer Jacquie Floyd. The couple resides in Troy, Michigan.