After many years as a successful youth actor in theatre, soap operas, film and over 200 television commercials, Jeff went on to earn a bachelor's degree in acting from New York University's Tish School of the Arts and Circle in the Square Theatre Conservatory. After graduating from college, he immediately transitioned over to the representation side of the business, first working as a Casting Assistant at Deborah Brown Casting, and later establishing and running the voice-over department at Kronick & Kelly, then, one of NYC's largest talent agencies for young people (later purchased by Abrams Artists). He then founded J. Mitchell Management in March 1986. JMM was a personal management company representing actors in film, television, theater and commercials. In March of 2011 JMM opened offices in Los Angeles and became MKS&D talent management Over the years JMM/MKSD worked with and developed the careers of dozens of film and TV personalities, including James Gandolfini (“The Soprano’s); Robert Iler (“The Soprano’s); Bryan Greenberg (“How to Make It In America”), Molly Shannon (“Saturday Night Live”) and many others. From 2000 to 2010 I was also a partner alongside Jennifer Rudolph at Mitchell Rudolph casting where he worked on Film and TV projects including Weeds (Showtime), Mad TV (FOX), The Shield (FX), GI Joe (Paramount), Transformers (Dreamworks), Friday Night Lights (Paramount), and Spy Kids (Demension), just to name a few. With experience as an actor, agent, manager, and casting director, Jeff approaches his consultations, audition coaching and self-taping services fully equipped to see the work from every point of view. This diverse experience offers him a unique insight that very few others in the industry have.