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Biography
In 1969, Jones entered the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, after which he completed three years of work at the Stratford Theater in Ontario.
American actor Jeffrey Duncan Jones was born on September 28, 1946. His creative work covers many films and television shows, but probably most of all he recognizes the role of Emperor Joseph II in the film Milos Forman’s “Amadeus” (Amadeus). Also his role as the dean, Edward Rooney, from John Hewes’ movie “The Day of Ferris Buhler” (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, 1986) is also rather popular.
Jones was born in Buffalo, New York, in the family of art critic Ruth Sculley, who prompted Jeffrey to go to the cinema, and Douglas Bennett Jones, who died when Jones was still a child. In 1969, Jones entered the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, after which he completed three years of work at the Stratford Theater in Ontario.
His first small roles in film and television Jones played in the late 1970s. Then followed the role of the second plan in the film Rodney Dangerfield ‘Easy Money’ (Easy Money, 1983). Jeffrey’s short appearance in the television series Remington Steele helped him to get the role of Emperor Joseph II in the film Amadeus (although originally this role was intended for Jan Richardson). The role of the emperor was duly rewarded – for her, Jones received the Golden Globe Award in the category Best Supporting Actor in the feature film.
Next was the character of Mr. Edward Rooney, the dean in the film ‘Ferris Buhler’s day off’, which made the actor a real idol. Self-confident Rooney, obsessed with the desire to catch the avid trickster Ferris Buhler, became a symbol of the bombast of hatred for supporters of authoritarian power.
Soon, Jones became the favorite of the director Tim Barton, who shot the actor in the films Beatlejuice (Beetlejuice), Ed Wood (Ed Wood) and Sleepy Hollow (Sleepy Hollow). Jeffrey also starred in such outstanding films as The Hanoi Hilton, The Hunt for Red October, Howard the Duck, The Devil’s Advocate Devil’s Advocate) and ‘Stuart Little’ (Stuart Little). In the film ‘The Pest’ (The Pest), Jones played a key role. The next major roles for Jeff were the role of Mr. Spike in the movie Stay Tuned and the role of Dick Nelson in the 1992 comedy Mom And Dad Save The World.
Jones has a son – an actor and film producer Julian Kutts.

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