Jacob Reynolds

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Jacob Reynolds (born May 13, 1983) is an American film actor.

He is perhaps best known for his role as Solomon in the cult film Gummo.

Life and career[edit]

Born in St. Petersburg, Florida, Reynolds began acting at age four. His career started with an American television commercial for Ritz Crackers. In 2007, he appeared in Chris Fuller's Gotham Award nominated independent feature Loren Cass. In addition to his acting talents, Reynolds is a trumpet player and a certified aviator.

He appeared in the 1994 feature The Road to Wellville, playing a young George Kellog in several flashback sequences (the adult George Kellog was played by Dana Carvey). Ha also made an appearance in the 1997 move Gummo. He had also appeared in the 2012 action-thriller, The Aggression Scale along with Derek Mears.

A former resident of Kingston, New York, as of January 2004 Reynolds resided in New York City.