Jayce Bartok

Biography

Date of Birth 26 February 1974, Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania, USA Mini Biography Jayce moved with his family from Pittsburgh to Manhattan at the age of 11. He attended Xavier high school and NYU Film School. He made his Off-Broadway debut in Circle Rep production of "Dalton's Back" and his screen debut in Terry Gilliam's "The Fisher King" at the age of 18. Jayce has gone on to do a slew of commercials and films. He is currently the voice of the Sundance Channel, and he has written his first screenplay, The Cake Eaters. Spouse Tiffany Bartok (11 October 2003 - present)

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Trapped Ashes

Andy (story segments "Wraparound")

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American Loser

Brian from Boarding School

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Pony

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101 Ways (The Things a Girl Will Do to Keep Her Volvo)

Hank

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What We Did That Night

Michael 'Doc' Petrovsky

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Almost Partners

Leon Jones

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Andersonville

Billy

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The Cake Eaters

Guy

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Founders Day

Harold Faulkner

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The Tollbooth

Howie Flaxman

Starring In
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Founders Day

Harold Faulkner

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The Longest Week

Artist #1

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Price Check

Bobby McCain

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Why Stop Now

Nurse Mike

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Cop Out

Eddie

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The Cake Eaters

Guy

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American Loser

Brian from Boarding School

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Trapped Ashes

Andy (story segments "Wraparound")

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Red Doors

Mark

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The Tollbooth

Howie Flaxman

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The Station Agent

Chris

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Spider-Man

Subway Guitarist

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101 Ways (The Things a Girl Will Do to Keep Her Volvo)

Hank

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What We Did That Night

Michael 'Doc' Petrovsky

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Pony

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Andersonville

Billy

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Swing Kids

Otto

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School Ties

Jack

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Passed Away

Tony Scanlan

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The Fisher King

First punk

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Almost Partners

Leon Jones

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