Years active 2004-present
|Name Jared Cohn|
Role film director
|Other names Jared MichaelsJ. CohnJared M. Cohn|
Occupation Film actorTelevision actorFilm directorScreenwriterFilm producer
Residence Los Angeles, California, United States
Alma mater New York Institute of Technology
Known for Buddy Hutchins, Atlantic Rim, Born Bad
Movies Bound, Bikini Spring Break, Atlantic Rim, Hold Your Breath, Born Bad
Similar Sara Malakul Lane, David Chokachi, Graham Greene (actor)
Jared cohn sara malakul lane pernicious movie
Jared Michael Cohn (aka Jared Michaels) is an American Film director, screenwriter, and actor. He has directed films such as Buddy Hutchins, Atlantic Rim, and Born Bad, among others, and has directed multiple films for The Asylum.
- Jared cohn sara malakul lane pernicious movie
- Filmmaker Jared Cohn on MoreHorror in Hollywood
Filmmaker Jared Cohn on MoreHorror in Hollywood
Cohn is a writer, director, producer and actor born in New York, and graduated from the New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in communication arts. His major was film production and post production. He is a photographer, editor and After Effects user, as well as a black belt in Shaolin Kempo Karate, a professional paintball player, and a certified scuba diver. He and his bodies of work have received media coverage. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California and is engaged to model/actress Sara Malakul Lane.
In 2011, Cohn wrote and directed Lifetime Channel's number one summer hit, Born Bad, a psychological thriller starring Meredith Monroe (Dawson’s Creek, Criminal Minds) and Michael Welch (the Twilight saga). In 2012, he premiered his first theatrical release, Hold Your Breath, which he directed. The same year he wrote and directed Bikini Spring Break, starring Robert Carradine (Revenge of the Nerds) and the horror-thriller 12/12/12.
In 2013, Cohn directed From the Sea (released as Atlantic Rim), starring Graham Greene (Dances with Wolves, Defiance) and David Chokachi (Witchblade, Baywatch). He also wrote and directed the women-in-prison drama Jailbait, and had a featured role in the independent horror-thriller, Feed the Devil which was shot on 35mm film.
The Horde, which Jared directed has a rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 94%.