Andras Jones

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Andras Jones
Born (1968-08-12) August 12, 1968 (age 46)
Santa Cruz, California

Andras Jones (born August 12, 1968) is an American actor who has worked in movies and in television. He is perhaps best known for his role in the 1988 hit horror movie A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master as the central character Rick Johnson.

Jones was born in Santa Cruz, California, the son of Susan B. (née Smullin) and the noted psychologist, writer and academian Richard Matthew Jones, whose books include The Dream Poet, Fantasy and Feeling in Education, The New Psychology of Dreaming, and Experiment at Evergreen.

Jones has made guest appearances in TV shows like Alien Nation and Good Morning, Miss Bliss. His most recent movie was The Attic Expeditions in 2001.

A critically acclaimed musician, Jones has many releases under his own name and under the names Mr. Jones and The Previous and, simply, The Previous. His songs have appeared in many motion pictures and have been covered by several other artists including Andy Dick, Willie Wisely, Julie Christensen,[1] and Shmushkin.[2]

Jones is the creator and host of the popular radio show Radio8Ball. Radio8Ball is a musical divination show where participants' questions are answered by picking songs at random and interpreting the randomly chosen songs as the answer to the question. Radio8Ball is also a live event which has been presented in NYC, Boston, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Joshua Tree & Seattle.

As a writer Jones has contributed to The Sync Book,[3] and has recently completed work on "Accidental Inititations: In The Kabbalistic Tree Of Olympia."[4]




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