Jeff Chase



Place of birth:

Paterson, New Jersey, USA:


Jeff Chase (born January 17, 1968) is an American film and television actor. Chase was born Jeffrey L. Sniffen in Paterson, New Jersey. He married Kimberly Chase on January 5, 1991, and now lives in Clermont, Florida. Chase has one son, Cory Chase, born in 1998. Chase, who stands 6 feet, 7 inches and weighs 285 pounds, attended West Virginia University and, as Jeff Sniffen, played offensive tackle on the American football team from 1986 to 1991. He played one season of professional football for the Albany Firebirds of the Arena Football League. While filming the Dexter episode The Damage a Man Can Do, in which Chase was a stuntman, actor Jimmy Smits accidentally stabbed Chase with a real knife instead of a fake one. Smits is said to have missed the plastic protection eight times out of ten during rehearsal, but was able to aim correctly while accidentally wielding the real knife. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jeff Chase, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Film Credits

as Jeffrey
as La Roche
as Misha (uncredited)
as Calvin Diehl
as Leka
as Prisoner Beaten By Breslin
as U.S.S. Enterprise Security
as Tall Gat Man
as Angie
as Stacee's Bodyguard
as Golfer #2 (uncredited)
as Swamp Thing
as Joe Buka
as Burke
as Cadet Alien
as Anthony
as Billy
as Davian's Bodyguard
as Panky
as Kambui
as Bill The Big