Member Profiles

Jeff Perry

Biography

Jeff Perry is a co-founder of Steppenwolf Theatre Company. He served as Steppenwolf Artistic Director from 1982 to 1985 and 1986 to 1987 and was integral to the founding of The School at Steppenwolf, where he continues to teach and direct. Jeff's many acting credits at Steppenwolf include August: Osage County (also Broadway and London), Balm in Gilead (also Off-Broadway), The Time of Your Life (also Seattle, San Francisco), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (World Premiere), The Grapes of Wrath (also Broadway and London), The Caretaker (also Broadway) and Streamers (also Kennedy Center). Jeff has appeared on television in Scandal, , Nash Bridges, Thirtysomething and My So-Called Life, which he occasionally directed.

Watch & Listen

  1. Rosencrantz And Guildenstern are Dead

    Rosencrantz And Guildenstern are Dead

  2. True West

    True West

  3. August: Osage County in Rehearsal

    August: Osage County in Rehearsal

  4. August: Osage County in Production

    August: Osage County in Production

  5. August: Osage County London Toast

    August: Osage County London Toast

Credits & Awards


Film

The Human Stain; Wild Things; The Grifters; Remember My Name; Storyville; A Wedding.

Television

Actor Grey's Anatomy(ABC); Lost(FOX); Invasion(NBC); Law & Order; The Practice (ABC); The West Wing (NBC); CSI (CBS); ER (NBC); NYPD Blue (ABC); Nash Bridges (CBS); My So Called Life (ABC); Chicago Hope (CBS); Into Thin Air (ABC); Lansky (HBO); Brooklyn Bridge (CBS); Thirtysomething (ABC); Kingfish. Director My So-Called Life (ABC).

Frequent Collaborators

Hover on an ensemble member to view their collaborations with Jeff Perry.

  1. Alan Wildertest
  2. Laurie Metcalftest
  3. John Malkovichtest
  4. Gary Sinisetest
  5. Terry Kinneytest
  6. Rondi Reedtest
  7. John Mahoneytest
  8. Joan Allentest