Jeffrey R. Smith
Jeffrey R. Smith
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Jeffrey R. Smith is a Canadian film, stage, and television actor.


Smith graduated from George Brown Theatre School in 1994.[1]

He served as president of Toronto-based Theatreworks Productions and joined The National Theatre of the World (formerly The National Theatre of Canada) in 2014 as the improvisational theatre company's Production Manager.


Television work includes F/X: The Series episode "Medea" (1997) as Dixon; Earth: Final Conflict episode "Heroes & Heartbreak" (1999) as Harry Bookman; Mutant X episode "Into the Moonless Night" (2003) as the Scientist; Wonderfalls (2004) as the voice of Muse; Degrassi: The Next Generation episode "Eyes Without a Face: Part 2" (2006) as Adams; Roxy Hunter the Myth of the Mermaid (2008) and Roxy Hunter and the Secret of the Shaman (2008) as Saul Bloomberg; The Prisoner (2009) episode "Harmony" as Number 16; Warehouse 13 as Mr. Keeler (2011-2014).

Film credits include the Bartender in the crime thriller The Boondock Saints (1999), Grover Norquist in the action thriller Casino Jack (2010), Warren Smith in the short drama "What About Rachel" (2011).

He is the voice of George Danton in the video game Assassin's Creed: Unity (2014).

Jeffrey R. Smith played the role of Siegfried, a Vampire, in the following episodes of Lost Girl:


Official Fan Site

Articles and Interviews

Busy actor hopes for break
November 12, 2009. North Bay Nugget


  1. "JEFFREY R. SMITH - President". THEATREWORKS Productions

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