Jerry Wolf - Lead Actor / Producer / Co-Writer
Jerry Wolf is a writer, producer and actor based out of Los Angeles. The next generation of Native Americans in entertainment, Jerry learned to first love acting watching his father Larry Sellers work as a series regular on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, shot just minutes from his hometown of Malibu, California at historic Paramount Ranch. His mother Susie Duff worked on over 65 national commercials as an actress, and as a veteran of Broadway and New York theater she instilled within Jerry an appreciation for the artistry of performance.
After graduating from Brown University in 2009 with an interdisciplinary degree in Development Studies, Jerry pursued a professional baseball career in Oklahoma until the seemingly inescapable calling of the industry brought about his return to Los Angeles in 2010 to co-author, produce and star in Four Winds.
Making his debut as a principal character in the Princess Grace Award winning short film Derby Kings (2012), Jerry has been working in Los Angels with Ford Models since 2012, has trained at Warner Laughlin studios and is represented by Stone Village Management. The premiere of Four Winds at Cannes is indicative of what obliged Jerry to pursue a career in entertainment; writing, producing and acting in projects contributing to historical and cross cultural dialogues on the international stage. In collaboration with Nick Brokaw the two have established Napesni Motion Pictures, releasing Four Winds in association with Multivision Entertainment, the first of many progressive and provocative projects to come.