Jack Elliott is an American actor and filmmaker with over 20 film and television credits to his name. His memorable characters include: Bat Masterson in Bat Masterson Defender of Dodge AHC’s Emmy-nominated western mini-series; the title role in NAT GEO's biopic on President Teddy Roosevelt; the brash and unhinged gonzo reporter Archer Remington in the international award-winning web-series The Rolling Soldier. Other credits include recurring and guest starring roles in: FOX’s Prison Break; FX’s Justified; WB’s Exposed; HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Several of Jack's films are available for viewing on Fandor, including his two feature collaborations with Dir. Frank Mosley: Hold (2010) and Her Wilderness (2014). His work in Her Wilderness was dubbed “a unique and distinctive voice"(Indiewire). 

Jack's breakout role in The Other Side of Paradise (2009) garnered reviews in Variety Magazine: “Elliott pulls off his writer character’s salient quality — a genius for spinning tall tales — with panache” and The Hollywood Reporter: “...an appealing performance with intriguing elements of depth.”

To date, Jack's performances have been seen at Cannes, Sundance, Berlinale, SXSW, AFI, Dublin, Dallas International, Sidewalk, Bronx, and Southernwinds Film Festivals. World-renowned filmmaker, acting coach, and Roy London protegé Theresa Bell called Jack "The New Modern American Leading Man."