Eugene Jones III
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Eugene Jones III (born May 9, 1987) is an African-American actor, poet, playwright and filmmaker. Since the age of 13, Jones has worked as an actor throughout New York City and is currently writing a one-man show.
Jones was born in New York City and credits a lot of his inspiration to growing up there. He was raised in Harlem and attended Professional Performing Arts School and City-As-School. Before graduating, Eugene had already portrayed leading roles in main stage productions such as A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Laramie Project.
Film credits to date include City Teacher, And Then Came Love, "College Road Trip" and most recently, Towelhead. Television appearances include guest spots on Law & Order, Law & Order Criminal Intent, and Without A Trace.
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