Although a veteran stage actor, Jonathan Breck first received nationalacclaim when he burst onto the scene as The Creeper in MGM's "Jeepers Creepers"(2001). When the film became the surprise hit of the year, his days of anonymitywere over. The original "Jeepers Creepers" has since gone on to gross over 100million worldwide. Since then Mr. Breck has appeared in numerous film and television roles including:"Beat Boys, Beat Girls" (Independent), "Good Advice" (HBO), "Spiders" (New Image),"I Married a Monster" (UPN), "Jag" (CBS), "Star Trek: Voyager" (UPN), "VIP" (Fox),and "Push" (ABC). In 2003, Mr. Breck reprised his role as The Creeper in "Jeepers Creepers 2".Critics described his performance in the sequel as "nothing short of brilliant...hefirmly establishes himself as an icon...one of the classic movie monsters of alltime." "Jeepers Creepers 2" has become an instant classic, already grossing over 100million dollars worldwide. MGM Studios, overjoyed with the success of the sequel,is rumored to have already ordered a third film to be produced in 2005. With thecompletion of his trilogy, it appears Mr. Breck will stand poised to take hisplace as "The Freddy Krueger for the new generation". In early 2004, Jonathan filmed the Sci-Fi action thriller "DREAMLAND". "DREAMLAND"is a plot-twisting, mind-bending thrill of a movie set around the famed "Area 51"in Nevada. It is due to be released in 2005. Most recently, he wrapped the film "ILEFT ME", a dark comedy headed for The Sundance Film Festival in 2005. In "I LEFTME", he stars as a man AND his clone, the film is set in the year 2025. He citesplaying both characters in the same film as "his most challenging acting role thusfar". When not on set filming movies, Mr. Breck enjoys returning to his roots in thetheatre. He can currently be seen on stage at The Evidence Room in Los Angeles inthe hit show "Peace Squad Goes 99". Jonathan resides in Los Angeles, where he takes full advantage of the beautifulweather. He is an avid surfer, sailor, and hiker. His favorite "past time",however, is to travel. There is nothing like "jumping on a train or a plane andgetting lost. I learn more about myself in those moments than in anything else Ido".