Jakob Creighton

Actor/Singer/Writer
LOCATED: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
REPRESENTATIVE:​Anchor Talent Group
​​UNION:​ ​ACTRA Apprentice



 Jakob Creighton is a Canadian actor, singer, writer, and arts educator. He is originally from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice from the Université de Moncton (class of 2018) and has studied at Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto. His most recent stage credits include: Paul Gordon in The Shadow: An Audio Play (Lions Den Theatre, 2021), Arthur in Frostbite (Villain's Theatre, Digital, 2020), David Herold/Ensemble in Assassins  (Whale Song Theatre, 2019), Giorgio/Chorus in The Gondoliers  (Opera Nova Scotia, 2019), Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol: The Musical (Atlantic Ballet Theatre, 2018), Dr. Fine/Dr. Madden in Next to Normal (Saints Alive Theatre, 2018), and Valentine/Ensemble in Mary Poppins (Capitol Theatre, 2018). Film: Jay Karen in Surface Tension (Surface Tension Productions, upcoming). 


As a writer, Jakob published his debut novella "For King and Country" on Amazon on January 1st 2020. 


As an arts educator, Jakob has worked for the Halifax Regional Centre of Education (2020-2021) and the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (2018-2019). He has taught private voice and beginner piano lessons since 2014, and has taught in the private sector as well.

Awards

  • 3rd Place - Best Television Screenplay - Los Angeles Independant Film Festival (February 2015) - Awarded March 14th 2015
  • 2nd Place - Best Television Show Concept - Las Vegas Screenplay Contest - Awarded March 31st 2015
  • Official Selection - Television - Film-Com 2015
  • Official Nominee - Television Pilot Sitcom - New York Screenplay Contest - September 2015