George Jac is an American-born Film Actor & Producer. He proudly represents a unique blend of ethnicities, as his mother is Filipino and his father is of Serbian descent.
George is an alumnus of San Diego State University, graduating in 2012, where he majored in public administration and minored in psychology. Although he did not study acting in college, he was inspired to pursue a career in the film industry during his university tenure. He fielded a deep understanding of psychology which inspired his desire to become an actor, and his public administration major laid the groundwork for his simultaneous interest in becoming a producer.
George Jac has since worked tirelessly to develop his creative acting muscles and to improve his proficiency as a producer. He’s appeared in multiple national commercials— including those of high-ranking Fortune 500 companies. George’s film credits include theatrical films, both short and feature length, as well as new media projects.
George is also a two-time nominated best actor, having received best actor nominations for both a feature film and a short. Coincidentally the films in which he has received best actor nominations, he also produced. His accomplishments, however, are not limited to his on camera work, but also behind the camera, as a savvy producer.
George has produced films that have been nominated for awards, with a couple wins under his belt: an award-winning feature film, “South of 8,” which garnered 5 nominations and 3 wins; and two short films “Fletcher & Jenks,” and “Broken Knuckles” which each took home an award for best film.
Today, George can be found on set acting in commercials, industrials, feature films and digital content; but is concurrently developing his “voice” as a writer & director.