Actor, puppeteer, writer, voice-over artist -- even ballroom dance instructor. Multi-talented performer, Jeff Breslauer, has done all of these things and more.
After graduating with a degree in Broadcasting from Hofstra University, Jeff began his career in New York in the mid-1970s. His puppeteering work can be seen in "The Muppets Take Manhattan" and "The Muppets at Walt Disney World."
At EPCOT, Jeff played "The Dreamfinder," manipulating "Figment," the little dragon star of "Journey into Imagination. He also voiced and manipulated the "Spider" mascot for Scholastic Publishers' video series of "Math Place Programs" for first and second grades.
His vocal talents have been heard in commercials, industrials, TV shows, audiobooks and theme parks as everything from a termite to a cartoon super hero. One of his personal favorites was voicing "The Joker" for Six Flags Amusement Parks. Jeff had the pleasure of adding over a dozen voices to his audio repertoire when he performed the audio book versions of Glenda C. Finkelstein's sci-fi novels, "The Edge of the Universe", and "Nemesis Rising". He also voiced and narrated the sci-fi/comedy audiobook trilogy "Cheese Runners", "Cheese Rustlers" and "Cheese Lords" all written by Chris Jackson.
Another special project Jeff participated in is Sounds Abound© On All Hallow's Eve, a spellbinding aural feast created with his partners at JMJ Entertainment, Jeff Evans and Mark Priest.
As a writer, Jeff is very proud of his newly published children's book entitled, "Abner the Clown". Brightly and brilliantly illustrated by Linda Campbell, the book tells the tale of Abner as he relates to children, in rhyme, about his low self-esteem. The picture book goes on to describe how Abner's friends help him to be proud of himself, and that they love him for who he is.
In addition to performing on stage in such plays as "Breaking Legs" with Frank Gorshin (TV's "Riddler"), Jeff's work has graced several popular themed attractions in Orlando, Florida, including Walt Disney World, Sleuths Mystery Dinner Theatre (as everything from a detective to a maid to a stuttering florist), and Arabian Nights (as the Genie).
Jeff's on-screen work includes, "Police Academy V", "Matinee", "Wiseguy", "Superboy", "Swamp Thing", the Showtime movie, "Trade Off", the Mickey Rooney film, "Michael Kael vs. The World News Company", "Doctor Who: A Survivor's Triangle", the HBO film, "Recount" starring Kevin Spacey and Laura Dern, "Batman Beyond 2" as the Joker, and "Terminal Kill" in the role of Alek Pajari.