Jesse Moss is a natural born actor. Born and raised in Vancouver BC, Moss’ innate ability has been apparent since childhood where he enjoyed a successful career from the age of 10, starring in dozens of feature films and TV shows. He also established a glowing reputation as a voice-over actor, lending his voice to many an animated series including the original Enzo in "Reboot." Moss has appeared on small and large screens alike alongside A-list actors in "Prozac Nation" with Christina Ricci and Jessica Lang, "Due East" with Cybill Shepherd, "Missing in America" with Danny Glover, "Partition" with Neve Campbell and Kirstin Kreuk and "The Big Year" with Jack Black, Owen Wilson and Steve Martin. Moss’ talent landed him the lead role in CTV’s "Whistler" for which he was twice nominated for a Leo Award and won once for Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series. Moss was nominated again for a Leo Award in 2013 for his guest star appearance on the hit Showcase/Syfy series "Continuum."
Moss’ charm and boyish good looks made him an obvious choice to star in a plethora of teen films such as "Ginger Snaps," "Final Destination 3," "13 Eerie," "Free Style" with teen heartthrob Corbin Bleu and horror mystery "The Uninvited" with Emily Browning. Recently Moss has taken on film roles that push his boundaries as an artist. He co-starred in the comedy/horror "Tucker And Dale Vs. Evil" with Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011 to rave reviews. In "Dear Mr. Gacy" Moss faced his most staggering role to date playing college student Jason Moss as the object of obsession for serial killer John Wayne Gacy, played by William Forsythe. In "Vikingdom" Moss played the god Frey opposite Dominic Purcell. Moss has had two feature films released this year. He co-stars in the sci-fi horror film "Extraterrestrial" from writer/directors The Vicious Brothers ("Grave Encounters") that had its world premiere at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Moss can also be seen in the horror film "Wolfcop." Moss returned to the small screen this year with a recurring role in the Hallmark Channel Original series "Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove" opposite Andie MacDowell and with a guest star on the CW’s "iZombie."
Moss now splits his time between Vancouver and Los Angeles.