Jon made his professional stage debut at the age of eight, and has been a working actor for twenty-five years, appearing in film, television, and on-

and off-Broadway.  In 2006, Jon portrayed Bruce Springsteen in the Broadway rock musical, High Fidelity. The following year, Jon appeared 

in a workshop staging of a new Pete Townshend rock opera, The Boy Who Heard Music. In 2010, Jon made his debut at Carnegie Hall, portraying

one of his primary musical heroes, John Lennon, in Alarm Will Sound’s 1969.  In the fall of 2015, Jon worked with another musical hero, David

Byrne, in a workshop production of Mr. Byrne’s Saint Joan.  In the last five years, Jon has also been writing and recording music, re-igniting a

passion formed in early childhood, when he was deeply influenced by the music of the Beatles, Paul Simon, The Who and Harry Nilsson, among

many others. His debut album, filled with roots-y, hook-laden rock and roll, 2013’s The Guilty Party, was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and co-

produced with Roger Moutenot (Yo La Tengo, Sleater-Kinney, Lambchop).  Jon’s follow-up, 2016’s People Going Somewhere, is sonically richer and

covers a wider musical terrain, though it is still steeped in rock, blues and folk. Co-produced with Josh Kaufman (a much in-demand producer and

player who has worked recently with Josh Ritter, Craig Finn and Bob Weir) it was recorded in Brooklyn, New York, where Jon lives with his wife, the

actress Hope Davis, their two daughters, Georgia and Mae-Mae, and their beloved Tibetan terrier, Jennie.