Okay, Combs fans--who saw Jeff in last night's new episode of The Twilight Zone on UPN? I got some vid-caps and will have them up later today. Jeff did a superb job as Harry the hypochondriac, who made a fictional virus real with the power of his mind. Very cool. Let's hope to see him more in the near future!
I just added a section in the gallery
on Jeff's role in FearDotCom. Also, be sure to check out the new
pics accompanying Jessica Dollarhide's interview in the 'Extra' section,
and don't forget to sign the guestbook before you leave! I'd love to
hear from you.
As promised, here are the photos from the Star Trek/ Buffy Convention where Jeff appeared with fellow ST:DS9 guest-stars Casey Biggs (Damar) and Marc Alaimo (Dukat). Click on each image for a bigger version.
On Saturday evening of the convention, Jeffrey, Casey, and Marc performed excerpts selected from Shakespeare's plays. I had never seen Jeff in person before, and wow--he's funny, and very energetic! The highlight of the night had to be seeing Jeff as Juliet--priceless! He also performed a scene from Comedy of Errors in a southern accent. Nothing beats live theatre. The energy between the actors and audience is fantastic. Jeff's talent shines both on stage and on screen. He has been in many a production of Shakespeare, and I was so impressed that I had to ask him about it. I actually played Mote in Love's Labour's Lost once upon a time, and I've seen lots of Shakespeare performed by others--but never have I seen anyone perform it as well (in a manner that could be easily understood despite the Old English vocabulary) as those three did--not even Kenneth Branagh. It seemed so effortless--so natural. Now, that is something to aspire to.
On Sunday, the three DS9 stars did a Q&A session with the fans, where they reminisced and told some funny stories. Several people asked Jeff about his work outside of Star Trek, like Beyond Re-Animator and The Frighteners, but I thought the focus should stay on what they all had in common. Jeff did say that Beyond Re-Animator will be released on video in September, and that working with Peter Jackson (director of Lord of the Rings) on The Frighteners was the best film experience of his life.
Remember that, although DS9 is over Jeff's career in Star Trek continues. He has made several appearances on Enterprise as the Andorian named Shran, and one appearance as a Ferengi. In total, Jeff has played six separate roles in Star Trek, from DS9 to Voyager to Enterprise. Soon, I should have sections on all of them in the Gallery of Rogues. Also, in case you didn't know, Jeff was in last fall's Halloween thriller FearDotCom. He said the role was a departure for him, something fans might not expect--so, see it!
Whoa, friends... I haven't
updated this page in a year and a half! Expect something much better
coming soon. I just met Jeff today at a convention in Bellevue, WA, so I
am energized and inspired to improve this page (which has been up and
dedicated to my favorite actor in the world since 1998!). I'll have
photos from the convention soon, and updates on Jeff's most recent
roles. Thanks for your patience--and I know that Jeff appreciates his
fans. Never a more friendly, gracious actor could you meet.