Jacob A. Ware is a TV/film/stage actor based in NYC. He can be seen later this season on FOX's Gotha and eturns this year to ribeca Film Festival 2018 with his offbeat comedy series Driver Ed, which he created and plays the title role. 

V credits include: Law&Order: SVU, Shades of Blue, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Blue Bloods, One Bad Choice, and Boardwalk Empire (2013 SAG Award Nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for his role of Agent Harold Selby).

n screen, Jacob can be seen in Anthony Arkin's upcoming sci-fi thriller Sender, Patti and Me Minus Patti (alongside Daniel Franzese), and in the holiday comedy, Drinksgiving. He is a series regular on the Streamy Award nominated (Best Indie Series) lo-fi horror-comedy, Graves (season 3 premiering Summer 2018). 

e has performed on stage at Abrons Art Center, Signature Theatre, NJ Rep, UCB Theatre, Second City, 14th St Y, Park Playhouse, The Brick (in New Georges' world premiere of How To Get Into Buildings), and is a recurring performer in the rock opera extravaganza The Life + Death of Kenyon Phillips at Joe's Pub. Most recently, Jacob performed in the world premiere of & Juliet at NJ Rep and co-starred in Bender and Brian (subversive Breakfast Club fan fiction play) at The Exponential Festival 2018.

Jacob is the host of RYOT Studio's series Screen Time presented by Comcast/Xfinity, as well as the talk show Unpacking/Unboxing on HuffPost Live and the science-based comedy series Here Come The Humans developed with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.




Twitter: @jacobaware