Jonathan Stoddard is an actor living in California. He is most known for his starring roles in “A Furry Little Christmas,” and “The Young and the Restless.”Click for full Filmography
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Jonathan Stoddard is an award-winning actor, best known for his leading-man Christmas rom-coms such as “A Prince and Pauper Christmas,” where he plays both Prince Alexander and Patrick, “A Royal Christmas on Ice,” and “Furry Little Christmas.”
His versatility as a cross-genre leading man puts Jonathan in high demand ranging from dramatic roles such as Spencer Chase in “Somewhere in Montana” opposite Graham McTavish, to comedic roles such as Eric in “The Plus One” opposite Cedric The Entertainer, Ashanti and Michelle Hurd, to action/thriller/horror roles such as Jon Bryant in “Bone Cold” opposite Trinity Jo-Li Bliss from Avatar 2 to Period Western Horror roles such as Quinn in “Silent Thunder,” and more.
Raised in the Bay Area, Jonathan grew up doing musical and dramatic theater in roles such as Tony in “West Side Story,” The Emcee in “Cabaret,” and Duke Orsino in “Twelfth Night.” Combining music with screen-acting has always been a dream for Jonathan, and he is rumored to be in pre-production for a music-based film in 2023.
Upcoming theatrical releases to hit Theaters, TV, and streaming platforms include rom-coms such as “The Soulmate Search” and “Love on Retreat,” and Thrillers such as “Psycho Fiancé,” “Broken Ties,” and a sci-fi mystery production titled “Saturn,” and more.
Jonathan continues to show an incredibly dynamic presence on screen and is quickly growing in both foreign and domestic territories. We’re excited to see what he does next!
Previous bio: Jonathan Stoddard grew up in the Bay Area to a psychiatrist, a psychologist and three older siblings…wait, back up. I know what you’re thinking, “Wow, he must be really screwed up!” And although you’re probably right, his entire world was about teamwork, and understanding and communicating his emotions. Little did he know that he was being bred for a career in acting.
Whether he’s playing A Young John Abbott on “The Young and the Restless” (tv), a “Psychopath for Lifetime” (movie), or a struggling musician in “No Place To Fall” (series), Jonathan Stoddard is said to be *”…transformational actor who conveys the vulnerability of humanity.”
Growing up on stage and performing roles like Tony in “West Side Story” or The Emcee in “Caberet”, quickly turned the Theater into his sanctuary, and is where you can still find heart on the weekends.