Tommie Earl Jenkins is a native of Canton Ohio. It's also where he began his professional career at a very young age.
His career to date has led him all around the world from the theater stages of London’s glittering West End to the bright lights of Broadway and Hollywood.
Tommie is most notably known for his critically acclaimed and award nominated role of 'Die Hardman' from the hugely successful video game, "Death Stranding" by Hideo Kojima. He was named. (click link) BEST VOICE ACTOR OF THE YEAR 2019 by Shacknews!
He's also the voice of 'Ubercorn', the funkiest disco loving, fact finding unicorn on the planet, from the hit children's television show "Go Jetters" which can be seen in many countries around the world!
As a voiceover artist, he can be heard lending his voice to many interactive video games, commercials, audiobooks, and animated television series.
Working in Hollywood as a television and film actor, Tommie can be seen in many network shows for NBC, ABC, CBS, USA and The CW where he played the role of Professor 'Ellison Pevney' in the TV series "Pandora"
As a young performer, Tommie trained as a classical ballet dancer. He gained his professional dance experience with the Canton Ballet in Ohio, The Duluth Ballet of Minnesota and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in NYC.
With the love of singing, dancing and acting in his blood, The Players Guild of Canton, is where he found inspiration in his early years, to pursue his dream of working in the theater, and it was there he began to hone his craft by performing in many stage productions. Moving to NYC was inevitable, and necessary, and then eventually finding his way across the pond to Europe.
Theater would always hold a place in his heart, and some of his most notable musical roles include: 'Barry Belson' in "Jersey Boys" on Broadway at the August Wilson Theater and the original London Company. ''Michael' in the London premiere of Jonathan Larson's "Tick, tick...Boom!" opposite Neil Patrick Harris and later replaced with Christian Campbell at the Menier Chocolate Factory. 'Purlie Victorious' in the London premiere of "Purlie" at the Bridewell Theater, 'Four-Eyed Moe' in Cameron Machintosh's "Five Guys Named Moe", which was recorded live on stage from the Albery Theater, now called the Noel Coward Theater, ''Rum Tum Tugger' in "Cats" at the New London Theatre, 'Richie' in the farewell Broadway National Tour of "A Chorus Line" as well as the BBC 20th Anniversary performance with Donna McKechnie the original 'Cassie' and David Soul. Conducted by the shows original Broadway conductor, Donald Pippin.
A complete list of credits can be found on Tommie's resume.
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