Jake Silbermann is a writer, actor and producer born and raised in Manhattan. Growing up as the son of a South African musician and a Brooklyn photographer, he was always immersed in the arts and studied acting and writing at Syracuse University. He began his professional career in commercials, daytime television and eventually theatre, his recent work includes the co-production of A.R.T. And Yale Repertory Theatre's award winning "Marie Antoinette"(Starring Marin Ireland), David Admji's "3C" (alongside Emmy nominee Anna Chlumsky), the world premiere's of "Phaedra Backwards" (McCarter Theatre) and recently finishing his broadway debut of the critically acclaimed production of the Tony Nominated "The Assembled Parties" by Richard Greenberg (Starring two-time Tony Award winner Judith Light, Jeremy Shamos and Jessica Hecht). He is the writer of the award winning short film "Stuffer" and has had several articles published in the Huffington post. He is also the producer of the acclaimed off-off Broadway production of "Derby Day"by Samuel Brett Williams. His television work includes "Gossip Girl", "The Good Wife" and originating the groundbreaking role of Noah Mayer on "As The World Turns". Jake is currently producing his first feature film based on the play "The Revival" by Samuel Brett Williams.