Tommie Earl Jenkins
Publicity headshot of Tommie Earl Jenkins
Tommie Earl Jenkins
November 13, 1965
Canton, Ohio, U.S.
|Other names||Tee Jaye, Tommie Jenkins|
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor, musician stage performer|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
Tommie Earl Jenkins (born November 13, 1965), also credited in some productions as Tee Jaye [ citation needed ] and is openly supportive of the LGBT+ community.or Tommie Jenkins, is an American actor, voice actor, musician and stage performer most noted for his work as Ubercorn from the television show Go Jetters . Go Jetters was nominated for a 2016 BAFTA in the Preschool - Animation section. Other notable work includes the origination of the role Barry Belson in Jersey Boys , and the narration of the audiobook Twelve Years a Slave and the narration of two documentaries released concurrently with Roots . Tommie Jenkins also provided motion capture and voice acting for the character Die-Hardman in Hideo Kojima's award winning video game, Death Stranding (2019). In 2000, Jenkins married Jye Frasca
A native of Canton, Ohio, he has spent more than twenty years in the United Kingdom. He returned to the United States in 2014.
Tommie Earl Jenkins originally trained as a classical ballet dancer. He has worked with the Canton Ballet in Ohio, the Duluth Ballet of Minnesota and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City.He has worked in numerous theatrical performances as both a dancer and actor as well as a film and voice actor.
|1979||Purlie the Musical|
|1990–1998||Cats||Various (Alonzo, Macavity, Munkustrap, Plato, Rum Tug Tugger)|| Hamburg (1990–1991)|
|1993–1996||A Chorus Line||Richie|| Carr Performing Arts Centre |
A non-commercial BBC Radio broadcast was made with the 1996 cast.
|1994–1995||Five Guys Named Moe||Swing, Big Moe, Nomax, Four-eyed Moe|| Albery Theater |
Also appeared as Four-eyed Moe in the 1995 live video recording
|1999–2000||Oh What a Night!||Brutus T. Firefly||Apollo Hammersmith Theatre|
|2000–2002||Fame||Tyrone Jackson||Victoria Palace Theatre and Cambridge Theatre|
|2004||Purlie||Purlie Victorious||Bridewell Theatre|
|2004–2005||Aladdin||Genie||Old Vic Theatre with Ian McKellen|
|2005–2008||Tick, Tick...Boom!||Michael||Menier Chocolate Factory|
|2006||Whistle Down the Wind||Ed||Palace Theatre|
|2006–2008||Dirty Dancing||Tito Suarez (stand by)||Aldwych Theatre|
|2008–2012||Jersey Boys||Barry Belson and others||Prince Edward Theatre and August Wilson Theatre|
|2011||Cinderella||Dandini||Hackney Empire pantomime|
|1992||Patriot Games||Voice-over||Possibly dubbing and/or revoicing|
|2002||The Bourne Identity|
|2002||Reign of Fire|
|2003||Agent Cody Banks|
|2004||Fascination||Voice||German release film|
|2005||Tideland||Performer||Song: "Wash Me in the Blood of Jesus"|
|2012||Gambit||Couple husband||with Lorna Brown|
|2013||The Callback Queen||Chuck Rydell|
|2014||The Trip||Jeremy||London Sci-Fi Festival|
|2015||Tulips||Short film to launch upcoming feature film The White King|
|2019||Dolemite Is My Name||Uncredited|
|1996||Goodnight Sweetheart||Niles||Guest role|
Episode: "The Yanks Are Coming" (as Tee Jaye)
Season 12, Episode 137 (21 March 2008)
|2015||Autopsy: The Last Hours Of...||O.J. Simpson||Episode: "Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman"|
|2015||American Odyssey||Osela Soldier #1||Episode: "Gone Elvis"|
|2015||Galavant||Pirate||Episode: "Comedy Gold"|
|2015–2018||Go Jetters||Ubercorn (voice)|
|2016||Roots: A New Vision||Narrator||Television special documentary|
|2016||Roots: A History Revealed||Narrator||Television special documentary|
|2017||Shooter||Navy Commander||Episode: "The Hunting Party"|
|2017||Law & Order True Crime||Reporter #2||3 episodes|
|2017||How to Get Away with Murder||Donald||Episode: "Wes"|
|2017||General Hospital||Dean Paulson||2 episodes|
|2018||Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.||Wayne Higgins||Episode: "Half the Job" (as Tommie Jenkins)|
|2018||For the People||FBI Agent Steven Tate||Episode: "First Inning"|
|2019||Pandora||Ellison Pevney||Main role|
|2017||Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire||Human, Noble Human, Utumishi|
|2018||Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire||Director Castol, Player Voice - Male Stoic|
|2018||Fallout 76||Scott, Squire Schultz, Lottery Phone Representative|
|2019||Death Stranding||Die-Hardman||Also performance capture|
|2013||Twelve Years a Slave||Narrator||W.F. Howes Ltd|
|2014||The Autobiography of Malcolm X||Narrator||RNIB|
|2014||Brother Ray–Ray Charles' Own Story||Narrator||RNIB|
|Unknown||Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom||Narrator||RNIB|
|1988||"D.E.F. = Doug E. Fresh"||Doug E. Fresh||Staging and choreographing||Music video|
|1988||"Cut That Zero"||Doug E. Fresh||Staging and choreographing||Music video|
|1992||"Never Too Late"||Polydor Records||Pop|
|1992||"Baby, Come Back"||Polydor Records||Funk/soul|
|1994||"Who's That Girl?"||BMG||Electronic/Euro house|
|1994||"Don't Call It Destiny"||RCA/BMG||Electronic/Euro house|
|1995||"Let Me Be Your Love"||One Way Records||Electronic/house/Euro House|
|1997||"Oh Oh My Girl"||One Way Records||Electronic/Euro house|
|2012||Magic of Disney Concert||n/a||As part of Queen's Diamond Jubillee|
|2016||69th British Academy Film Awards||Best Pre-School Animation||Go Jetters||Nominated|
|2016||68th Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction or Reality Series||Roots: A New Vision||Nominated|
|2019||Shacknews||Best voice actor||Death Stranding||Won|
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