James Hill is an Oakland native now residing in Los Angeles pursuing his career as an actor. He has been featured recently in the music video for John Congleton’s “Until it Goes.”
James has studied acting at UCLA, Diablo Valley College, and is currently taking classes at Playhouse West. James has also gone through the entire improv program at Upright Citizens Brigade and absolutely loves finding new ways to make people laugh. James has also done commercial training at Killian’s Workshop.
James has recently appeared in independent films such as “Sunset Blues,” as Josh and “Sticky Times,” as Craig. Both roles have a very blue collar feel to them. Varying from stoner mechanic to the shady drug dealer on the street corner, James fits into essentially any blue collar working class role.
Outside of his lifelong love of acting James has also spent time as musician for different metal bands in the Bay Area, playing guitar, bass, and some singing. James also spent many years riding motorcycles for fun, and used to work on them in his spare time. On the side James has also obtained partial fluency in American Sign Language after many years of intense study of the language.
James is extremely excited to continue working on his acting career and to see where this wonderful industry takes him!