Born on March 8th, 1970 Jed Rees is a popular Canadian actor. He has acted in quite a few popular movies and he has been able to script a name for him in the Canadian and Hollywood film industry by his talent and successful acting in some well known movies. Jed is just forty seven years and within this relatively young age he has been able to win the hearts of thousands of his fans not only in the Canada and USA but also across the world. Hence, it would be interesting to find out more about the various reasons as to why his career is worth being reflected in a biography over a period of time.

His Early Life

Not too much information is known about his parents apart from the fact that is one belonging to the white ethnicity. He was born and raised for his entire childhood in Vancouver. He studied business administration apart from studying music for two years in a music college. His liking and passion for acting made him to shift to New York where he studied theatre for two years.

Personal Life

Talking about Jed’s personal life there is no denying the fact that the actor is quite good looking and therefore, there could be many women who would be willing to spend their lives with him. However, it is believed that he is not married perhaps because he would like to spend more time on his career and then talk about marriage. However, there is no doubt that his sexual orientation is straight.

Net Worth

Though not exactly known, Jed’s net worth must be a few million dollars because of his long association with the silver screen.

Career

During his stunning and successful film career, Jed Rees has acted in around 52 films which is impressive to say the least. He made his debut in 1991 with a role in the film 21 Jump Street where he did the role of George. His last movie was released in the year 2017 and the name was American Made, where he did the character of Louise Finkle. Many of Rees’s movies were big hits and have been well received by his fans and critics alike. He won the best actor award in 2012 for his role of Lenny Eaton in the film Garbage. The award was given by WorldFest.