Los Angeles based film and stage actor Jeff Berg grew up outside of Toronto, Canada.

He will soon be seen starring as Brick in the psychological thriller Black Goat. His most recent work includes a guest appearances on Netflix’s Emmy Nominated series Love, Death + Robots and NCIS. Previously work includes the lead in Battlefield 1, Imperial Soldier Davison in Star Wars: Battlefront II, Icarus in Electronic Arts’ latest release, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, and Ted in the indie horror Don’t Look.

Berg made his film debut in the USA Network’s production of The Stalking of Laurie Show and swiftly followed with Disney’s The Phantom of The Megaplex. He went on to work on the ABC Family Channel’s animated series Medabots as well as the Sundance Channel’s Slings and Arrows before moving to New York to attend The Circle In The Square Theatre Conservatory. He currently studies with Margie Haber at the Margie Haber studio in LA.

Berg is also known for his work on Robert Rodriguez’s series, Matador, and as The Villain in a popular campaign for Ford Motor Company, CBS’s Blue Bloods, NBC’s Kidnapped, VH1’s Stevie TV as well as the film The Unbreakable Sword alongside Eric Roberts. Other projects include the role of Scar in the independent feature The Book of Caleb with the late Paul Gleason, Tom Cruise in the NY Fringe Festival’s Outstanding Play I Was Tom Cruise and also eight different characters in the NY Premiere of the one-man show Pound.

He is an avid traveler and amateur photographer that thoroughly enjoys throwing on a backpack and grabbing his camera to explore the world.

Berg is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.