Matthew Jacobs is an actor, writer and director.
Matthew has appeared in supporting roles in Mr Nice (with Rhys Efans, David Thewlis and Chloe Sevigney) and The Kreutzer Sonata (with Danny Huston and Angelica Huston)
In 2012/13 played co-lead in a two-hander with Danny Huston in Bernard Rose's "Boxing Day" - a feature film adaptation of Tolstoy's "Master and Man" which had it's world premiere in competition at the Venice Film Festival, was released theatrically in the UK, and played the LA Film Festival 2013 to rave reviews.
Matthew also plays co-lead in "Your Good Friend" which comes out on VOD and DVD summer 2014 after having its world premiere at the Boston Jewish Film Festival in 2013.
Most recently he co-stars in "Bar America" which is aiming for a 2015 release, and which he also directs.
As a writer he is best known for "The Emperor's New Groove", "Doctor Who" and "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles". As a director his award winning BBC TV movies "Hallelujah Anyhow" and "Mothertime" have played Sundance, Seattle and London film festivals to name a few.
US Acting manager:
Sanders Armstrong Casserta Management
UK Literary agent:
Independent Talent Group Limited
Formerly ICM London