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About Me

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Born and raised in Jackson, TN, John grew around a lot of talented singers on both his mother and father's side of the family. He started singing in church when he was old enough, then started learning how to play the piano. This turned into him developing a love for music, songwriting, and performing when he was 15 years old.

While in High School, he joined Advanced Choir and then All-West Choir where he was praised for his vocal talent. He then auditioned for his first theatrical play during his senior year, where the director was impressed with his acting ability, then shocked to learn that this was his first time acting in a play Upon attending college, he started going out to sing and headline at various venues across Tennessee and the neighboring states, as well as taking on small roles in a few short films.

He then took the leap and moved to Los Angeles, CA to more fully pursue acting and singing. He studied Voice Acting under Janet Wilcox at UCLA and also started taking voice lessons under the legendary International Singer, John Davies. He started booking more Voice-Over and acting roles. Studying extensively under improv (Groundlings, Westside Comedy Theater, and Rogue Improv!) while taking acting classes under acting coach, Jonathon Trent, he started booking bigger roles in larger projects

Upon receiving great advice as well as his increasing desire to see more diverse stories in Hollywood and various media, he started producing his own content such as his comedy sketch series, "Deliver The Funny". He also produced, written, and acted in his multi-award winning short film, "Emotical", where he won the "Best Actor" award. He's also recently been nominated for "Best Supporting Actor" in the short film, "Curtain Call". You can currently watch him as a leading actor in feature films "Memoirs of a Vixen" and "Reunion of Champions" (now streaming on Tubi and Amazon), and in supporting roles in the feature films "Arranged Marriage" (available on Amazon, Apple+, and Tubi) and "Deadly Bonds" (Tubi). His upcoming feature film, "Girl Code" will be coming soon in 2024. To see more of John's projects, follow him on https://www.johnfthomas.com.

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