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Shane Jacobsen

Shane Jacobsen


Shane Jacobsen was born and raised in New Orleans and named after the cowboy movie. Getting his start in musical theater, he boogied and rumbled in the Broadway tours of Saturday Night Fever and West Side Story, as well as the European tours of West Side Story and Grease. His New York theater credits include “Cole” in Stolen (with music by Charles Strouse), “Mason Trent” in Dorian Gray: The Musical (NYMF), and creating the role of “Shane” in An Evening with Burton and Russell (directed by John Rando). In Los Angeles, Shane studied improv and sketch comedy with the Groundlings, appeared in a few not-very-popular TV shows, played Kathy Griffin’s boyfriend for the audio-novel Misadventures in the 213, and was smacked, thrown, toppled and soaked in the indie film Tripping in the Dark. Check him out in movies like Pearl Harbor (He’s much shorter than Ben Affleck but dances better), Deep Impact (taller than Elijah Wood) and Undercover Blues (about Stanley Tucci’s height). You may have also seen him in commercials trying to sell you tennis shoes, fried chicken, pharmaceuticals and gasoline. His butt can be seen in the short film Down in the Mouth. More info can be seen at His psychology degree from Loyola University can be seen in a box in the attic somewhere near the Atari 2600 and his Hammer pants.

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