Jimmy C. Jules, the oldest of two children, was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He Migrated to the United States in the late 80’s with his Family and raised in Medford, Massachusetts.
While growing up, Jimmy drifted between two languages and cultures, often making him feel like an outsider in both. He would spend hours watching such Tv shows as Sesame Street, Zoobilee Zoo, Reading Rainbow and many more. With the help of those programs, he adapted quickly to the changes in his young life, became fluent in english with in a year and became fond of tv.
Jimmy was 13 years old when he picked up a hand-held camcorder and began working on several short horror film projects with his friends.
He developed a passion for the process of generating ideas, creating content as a means of self-expression, and completely fell in love with the entertainment industry. Jules, harnessed that Passion to Fuel his drive and eventually launched his family wedding and events filming business.
In his late twenties, music became a such priority and the focus for him, on Feb 26th 2006, Jules (who went by the name: J. Jewels), put together the first ever New England Idol competition in Mass. From the income generated by the competition, he built and opened his music recording studio in Medford Square.
With a career that began as a Videographer turned Disc Jockey, Record producer, show M.C., he blossomed into a mature Full-Fledged Entrepreneur with unique ideas for marketing and promotion. Jules, a man ahead of his time decided to combined his love for music and video, by producing the first one of a kind, youtube reality, tv series called “THE STUDIO”.
On March Mar 12, 2007, he uploaded the first episode of the series, followed by several weekly short episodes showcasing daily life in the office, his recording studio, staff, clients marketing tactics and more.
His first official brush with the Hollywood world of acting came in 2009, when he was booked as an extra on “Four Single Fathers“. That experience among a few others, set him on the career path he is continuing to follow today.
In 2010, Jimmy C. Jules made the life altering decision of closing down his recording studio enterprise, leaving the music business behind, in order to focus as he entered the world of film and acting.
Jimmy C. Jules, began pursuing his passion for acting by training at Media Performance Institute. He worked on developing the acting skills needed to better understand the elements of script, Scene Assignments, Read Through, Intro Scoring, Initial Blocking, Explore Staging, Conflict and Action, Initial Character Work, In-Depth Character Work / Scene Exploration & Excavation, Intensive Work-Trough/ Polishing character and scene.
He continued his training with CP Casting & Acting Studio, worked on developing the tools needed to improve his audition performance. Learned how to approach particular auditions, what things are important, different genres, live-audition in class with pre-assigned scripts, watched the auditions, collaborative class discussions from TV pilots through sitcom, drama, TV movie to speaking roles in a feature film and how to show the ones watching your audition, you’re the best actor for the job.
and continued his film career by taking on more extra roles as a way of learning from experience.
Jimmy C. Jules was hired in 2019, as the stand in/Photo double for LaKeith Stanfield on the set of ‘Knives Out’. He embraced the opportunity to work with director Rian Johnson, and learn from the star studded cast which included Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, Katherine Langford, Jaeden Martel and more