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BIO

Jerry White Jr.
A native of the verdant suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, Jerry has been writing, directing, producing, and acting in videos since 1990. Jerry graduated magna cum laude from Oakland University with a B.A. in German Language and Literature then moved to Japan where he taught English and played some choice gigs with his band. He returned to the US and attended USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, earning his MFA in Film Production. Jerry co-starred in the 2013 Student Oscar-winning short film Josephine and the Roach and is co-producer of the upcoming documentary 20 YEARS OF MADNESS, which follows him as he returns to Michigan and reunites his childhood friends to make a new episode of their ’90s Public Access TV show, 30 MINUTES OF MADNESS. Jerry currently lives in Los Angeles where he works as a multi-hyphenate writer/director/producer/editor/actor.