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Jacob Tierney

Jacob Tierney has been working as a professional actor since the age of seven. Among his films are Josh and S.A.M. co-starring Joan Allen and Martha Plimpton, The Neon Bible co-starring Gena Rowlands, Denis Leary and Diana Scarwid and directed by Terence Davies, Rainbow, co-starring Bob Hoskins, Saul Rubinek and Dan Aykroyd and directed by Bob Hoskins, This Is My Father, co-starring Aidan Quinn, James Caan, John Cusak, Colm Meany and Stephen Rea and directed by Paul Quinn, The Life Before This co-starring Sarah Polley, Catherine O'Hara, Joe Pantoliano and Stephen Rea and directed by Jerry Ciccoritti, You Can Thank Me Later, co-starring Ellen Burstyn, Amanda Plummer, Genevieve Bujold and Mary McDonnell and directed by Shimon Dotan, and Poor White Trash co-starring Sean Young, William Devane, M. Emmet Walsh and Jason London. Tierney won a YTV Achievement award for Best Actor for CBC's Straight Up and guest starred on the television shows The Hunger for Showtime- Executive Produced by Tony Scott and Ridley Scott and CBS's Touched By An Angel.

Tierney's wrote, directed and acted in his first short film Dad, which co-starred Tygh Runyan, Jaqueline McClintock and Emily Hampshire, and received an honorable mention at the Atlantic Film Festival. His other screenplays include The Lonely Planet and The Trotsky, is an absurdist-political high school comedy and has been given development financing by Movie Central, and is being story edited by Noel Baker.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
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Jacob Tierney Facts

Birth NameJacob Daniel Tierney
OccupationActor
BirthdaySeptember 26, 1979 (38)
SignLibra
BirthplaceMontreal, Quebec, Canada

Selected Filmography

Not available.