Jeffry Bryan Davis was born on October 6, 1973. He started his acting career when he was only 4 years old at the Groundlings Theater in Hollywood. He played Linus in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Jeff made a great first impression even when on opening night he threw up on his director. When he was eleven he performed on Broadway with Yul Brynner in “The King and I.” After that, he left the stage and decided to do comedy from then on. Ever since then, Jeff has been performing improv for the past eight years.
He started with a group called the “Impromptones”, but he now performs with the “Newtonics”. He and the group appeared in the TV movie “Tuesdays with Morrie”, where they sang. Recently, “Whose Line is It Anyway?” has featured him in five episodes, where he amazed everyone when he flew through his debut episode with flying colors. “Whose Line?” is not the only improv show he has been a part of.
“Kwik Witz” is a syndicated show that has also featured other “Whose Line?” performers. Jeff was a series regular as well as a writer for the show. He has also appeared on “Norm” and was recently one of the main stars in the now-cancelled sketch comedy show “The Downer Channel.” He will also be in an upcoming Internet movie called “Robot Bastard”. Jeff has also appeared other “Whose Line” members on the live episodes of “The Drew Carey Show”.