Image of Benton Jennings

Benton Jennings

Began acting at age seven, portraying his boyhood hero "Robin Hood" in a school play. Thirty years later, he got to reprise the character in a professional theatrical production, plus choreographing the fight sequences. A third generation Texan, he fulfilled another boyhood dream -- that of performing in an Alamo movie...and not just one, but two Alamo movies. He earned a BFA in theatre arts from TCU (Texas Christian University) with additional studies in cinematography. Studies also include London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, The Film Actors Lab in Dallas,  DeVera Marcus' Improv Class in L.A., & numerous L.A. voice-over coaches. Benton has performed in over 100 stage productions and national tours including 25 years with 2 partners in an award winning sketch comedy act -- "The Gunfighters" -- with over 6000 performances nationally, quite literally everywhere from being introduced onstage by  Tony Randall at Madison Square Garden to performing alongsideClayton Moore of The Lone Ranger (1949) fame at a festival in Texas.


Read bio at tmdb | Read bio at Wikipedia
Born:
In El Paso - Texas - USA
Movie/TV Credits:
11
First Appeared:
In the movie Alamo: The Price of Freedom 1988-03-06
Latest Project:
Movie Trouble Is My Business 2018-04-03
Known For
Poster of Greek
Poster of Reanimator Academy
Poster of Highway to Hell
Poster of Macon County War
Filmography
Movie Trouble Is My Business Wilson Montemar 2018-04-03
Series Greek Professor 2007-07-09
Series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Pro-Lifer 2005-08-04
Movie In Her Shoes Shoe Salesman 2005-10-07
Movie Winning London Chef 2001-03-27
Series Scrubs Unknown 2001-10-02
Movie Blood on the Badge Hitman in photographs 1992-01-01
Movie Reanimator Academy 1992-01-01
Movie Macon County War Nathan Jackson 1990-01-01
Movie Highway to Hell Toby Gilmore 1990-08-10
Movie Alamo: The Price of Freedom Gordon C. Jennings 1988-03-06
Show me another film
Random Artist
Protect yourself from online tracking

Are you sure you want to hide this?