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Up to a point a man's life is shaped by environment, heredity, and the movements and changes in the world around him. Then there comes a time when it lies within his grasp to shape the clay of his life into the sort of thing he wishes to be. Only the weak blame parents, their race, their times, lack of good fortune, or the quirks of fate. Everyone has it within his power to say, 'This I am today; that I will be tomorrow.' The wish, however, must be implemented by deed.

Louis L'Amour

 

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Television and Web Credits

Criminal Minds

Co-Star on CBS. Directed by Glenn Kershaw

Rizzoli & Isles

Co-Star on TNT. Directed by Mark Haber

Ask J

Lead. Directed by Michelle Steffes for Steubenville Hall University

The Insiders Guide to Film School

Lead. Directed by Aaron Milus and Josh Milus

 

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Theatre Credits (partial list)

Meanwhile, Back at the Super Lair...

Role of Silver Streak at The New American Theatre. Directed by Jack Stehlin

Loose Ends

Role of Paul at the Victory Theatre. Directed by Jack Stehlin

Boys' Life

Role of Jack at the Theatre Asylum. Directed by Jack Stehlin

Knockout Mouse

Role of Peter at the Blank Theatre. Directed by Nicole Dominguez

Slumpbuster

Role of Jake at the Theatre Asylum. Directed by Matt Ryan

I Hate Hamlet

Role of Andrew at the Attic Theatre. Directed by Carrie Lee Patterson

Woyzeck

Role of Woyzeck at the Vandivort Center Theatre. Directed by Zack DuRant

BASH

Role of John at the Viaduct Theatre. Directed by Joel Ewing

 

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Film Credits (partial list)

666: The Devil's Child

Lead. Directed by Kevin Clark

Jerry and Tom

Lead. Directed by Jim Geoghan

The Council

Supporting. Directed by Beau McCombs

Prey for the Island

Lead. Directed by Tim Pape

Misdirection

Lead. Directed by Doron Kipper

 

Actor Demo Reels

Theatrical Reel

Commercial Reel

Rizzoli & Isles

Criminal Minds Scenes

Voice Over Demo

 

Upcoming News and Projects

Los Angeles Premiere!

Meanwhile, Back at the Super Lair...

by Greg Kalleres
directed by Jack Stehlin

Powerless crimefighters struggle with the meaning of life as they protect a city with no crime. As they're subjected to the investigations of a mayor-appointed efficiency expert, they face eviction ... and a brand new super-villain.

May 26 - June 23, 2018

​May 26-June 3, 2018
Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. May 26 – June 23
Sundays at 7 p.m.: May 27, June 3
Thursday at 8 p.m.: May 31

 

Past Projects

30 Second Suspense

30 Second Sports Underdog

30 Second Heist Film

30 Second Horror Film

(wrote and directed)

Boyz Only Actor Club

(wrote and directed)

The Morning Routine

Room 213

(wrote and directed)

Ask J Episode 1

Ask J Episode 2

Ask J Episode 3

Ask J Episode 4

Ask J Episode 5

 

Idiosyncratic Onus

(wrote)

Reviews

The following are reviews of past stage performances of Loose Ends and Boys' Life

“[Director Jack] Stehlin is blessed to have actor JEFF KONGS, as Paul, carrying this show from both a dramaturgical as well as performance point of view. Kongs displays a welcome honesty in his scene work, while his skill in relaying Weller’s improvisatory-like monologues is riveting. Whether detailing Paul’s veil-lifting Peace Corps experiences or his second-act indictment of Susan’s marriage-destroying selfishness, his performance is always “in the moment.”

-- Arts in L.A.

“Michael Weller has a knack for writing about specific time periods. Here the spotlight is on the tenuous hangover days of the 70s. ….Solid performances by the “Far Out” cast “.

– Lovel Estell III, Stage Raw

“JEFF KONGS as Paul Baumer, what can I say? You just wanna cry for the guy (and considering that he wasn’t such a nice dude in the last play in which you saw him, well, there ya go—seriously, it’s called acting, my friends–ACTING!!!) If you enjoy a little 70s nostalgia with your wine and water, to speak nothing of a cavalcade of colorful characters, this dramatic romp might provide just the occupation you seek!”

– Jennifer Hugas, The LA Beat

“Jeff Kongs plays Jack, the king womanizer — and, ironically, the sole married man among these post-collegiate sad sacks, whose raw need — and scathing contempt — for women is both telling and terrifying.”

--L.A. Times

“Kongs perfectly modulates Jack’s aggression and restraint, never overplaying his self-loathing but leaving no doubt as to its presence.”

--Stage Raw

 

Meet Jeff Kongs of Carnivore in North Hollywood

May 15, 2019 Interview with Voyage LA Magazine.

HERE

About Jeff Kongs

Jeff was raised on a small farm on the outskirts of Kansas City, Missouri with a wonderfully close-knit family. Growing up making films, doing plays, and absorbing as much entertainment as possible, Jeff became obsessed with the artistic lifestyle. He studied acting at Missouri State University under the guidance of James Woodland, George Cron and Michael Mauldin. He graduated with a B.A. in Film from Columbia College Chicago, having studied with Second City Co-Founder, Sheldon Patinkin. Jeff moved to Los Angeles in January of 2005 to attempt a career as a working actor. He has developed two production companies, 30films and CARNIVORE, LLC, and continues to be heavily involved in making his own productions. He is a proud member of the New American Theatre Company and studies under the incredibly beneficial teachings of Jack Stehlin and Alfred Molina.

Jeff is represented commercially by Maria Walker at MKS and Associates. (310) 838-1200

Jeff is Managed by Patty Vittoritto of Visionary Artists Management (818) 760-9838

 
 

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