Jesse St. Louis is a theatrically trained character actor with comedy experience, who does his own stunts.
Born in San Francisco, CA, Jesse moved with his family to New York when he was 4. He grew up in Sag Harbor, NY and graduated high school from The Stony Brook School. Jesse studied acting on Long Island at The Gateway Playhouse in Bellport and also at The Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor. His acting training continued at Marymount Manhattan College in NYC, where his studies centered around the plays of Ibsen and Chekov. At St. Olaf College, where he graduated with a liberal arts degree in Philosophy, he immersed himself in the study and performance of classical theatre, appearing in works by Shakespeare, Brecht, Pirandello, and many others. After college, Jesse moved to NYC and began doing stand-up comedy. He performed at several comedy venues such as: Surf Reality, Collective Unconscious, New York Comedy Club and Pianos on Ludlow, where he once opened for the sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U'Know (2007) He honed his comedic skills in Florida with Theatre Conspiracy, appearing in numerous, well received productions of the "Abridged" series of plays. At the same time, he broadened his dramatic foundation with his performance of Kevin Kling's acclaimed one man show "21A" Jesse earned his Actor's Equity Association membership with his dramatic turn as Lesgate in Florida Repertory's production of "Dial 'M' for Murder." He made his feature film debut in the award winning comedy Breaking Up with Rosie (2013) Jesse made his television debut in July 2012 with four scenes on episode 606 of USA Network's popular show Burn Notice (2007).
Stars as the title character in the action-comedy Catching Junior Tate (2015).