Christopher Jaymes
American actor and film director
Christopher Jaymes
Christopher Jaymes is an American television and film actor, director, screenwriter and producer.
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    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 40
    His research and footage of IDC dolphins combined with news anchor Kerry Sanders’ (NBC) reporting, won the 2014 Michael Debakey Journalism Award, recognizing outstanding journalism that highlights the role of biomedical research that includes the humane and responsible use of animal models in recent medical discoveries and scientific breakthroughs.
    More Details Hide Details The story was about a dolphin named Sara who underwent an expansion of a somewhat collapsed airway; a procedure carried out by a group of specialists from across the country, that had never before executed on a dolphin and the surgery was a success.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2012
    Age 38
    Beginning in 2012, Jaymes began working with the non-profit organization Island Dolphin Care, a facility where children with brain disorders and war veterans with PTSD, receive progressive therapy treatments working alongside bottlenose dolphins.
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    In 2012, Jaymes was brought on as a producer for a Travel Channel show starring David Arquette and Mike McGuinness, while also directing a series for FOX/Netflix entitled Bad Samaritans with Andy Dick and Julianna Guill.
    More Details Hide Details At the end of 2013, Jaymes became the piano player for Bootstraps, a band formed by his best friend and long-term writing partner Jordan Beckett, Bootstraps was signed to Capitol Records/Harvest and their first record was released February 2014. Throughout 2014, Bootstraps toured extensively and were featured in Rolling Stone Magazine and were touted as an 'upcoming-band-to-watch'.
  • 2011
    Age 37
    In 2011, he directed the feature length thriller, The Cottage starring David Arquette, Kristen Dalton, and Lorraine Nicholson, while also working with Levendis Entertainment and Nick Lambrou, developing the feature film action epic, Sons of Chaos, surrounding the Greek War for Independence.
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  • 2010
    Age 36
    In 2010, Chris Jaymes co-wrote and directed Making A Scene starring William Shatner, Dave Foley, and Jason Priestley, a one-hour comedy for television, which led to a string of shows for the CBC including Long Story Short a scripted comedy with Martin Short starring Robin Duke, Anne Murray, and Norman Jewison, and two pilots, including Late Night with Lang & O'Leary, and an entertainment news show, The Feed.
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  • 2004
    Age 30
    Jaymes published a book, entitled Boxing Day about his experiences working in the 2004 tsunami disaster relief efforts
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2000
    Age 26
    By 2000, he had directed a number of short films including The Reel and working as a script supervisor, editor and screenwriter until he starred and co-produced the feature film It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Trying.
    More Details Hide Details After which, he directed his first feature film In Memory of My Father where he starred alongside Jeremy Sisto and Judy Greer, as well as, produced, wrote, directed and edited the film which went onto receive critical acclaim and win a number of awards internationally, including the 2006 American Spirit/Best Feature Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, the Grand Jury Award at CineVegas, Best Debut Feature at Sonoma Valley Film Festival and Best Director at the San Diego Film Festival. Over the next years, Jaymes worked with numerous companies in development, including Signature Pictures, ghost writing on six films including The Black Dahlia, Tristen + Leopold, and The Contractor, while also consulting through production and post. In MySpace's heyday, Jaymes was hired as a content producer, to help stimulate and develop MySpace's homepage into a hub for video content, producing spots featuring artists and events, such as the Beastie Boys, Wyclef Jean, Colbie Caillat, Sundance, the Toronto Film Festival, and many others. Concurrently, Jaymes produced and directed a number of commercials and web campaigns for companies such as Intel, Lenovo, Harper/Collins, FRS, NaturaPet, Nikki Six, and LiveBooks.com, while also focusing his efforts on a myriad of Non-Profit Organizations, including One Generation and Sweet Relief Musician's Fund.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1973
    Born
    Born on July 19, 1973.
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