John Mese was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After graduating from the Masters of Fine Arts program at Louisiana State University, he moved to Los Angeles, California where he began appearing in film and television. John as appeared in such high-profile television series as Law & Order, Medium, The X-Files, and Without A Trace. In a staring role capacity, John played "Dr. Billy Peale" in American Gothic and as "Sean Kelly", Marlee Matlin's love interest, in Reasonable Doubts. Another highlight to John's career was when he starred as "Astronaut Donn Eisele" in the Tom Hank's produced mini-series for HBO From The Earth To The Moon.
In addition to his many memorable television roles, John Mese has also stared in several films such as Schizopolis, directed by Stephen Soderbergh. Other movies include Night of the Scarecrow, Excessive Force II, Dangerous Proposition, R2PC, Red Dirt and most recently Song of the Vampire.
Not limiting himself just to acting, John has been writing screenplays for the past 7 years. One of his scripts was selected as one of the "Top 50" out of over 5000 entries in HBO's "Project Greenlight Contest." Based on this success, John just completed production on a short film that he both wrote and directed entitled Perfect Day.
In June 2004, John married his wife, Dawn Kelsey. John and his wife have written several successful children's books based on the characters "Flippy & Toadpole" which they also created. John and his wife currently live in Los Angeles, California.… Expand
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