James Babson, an American actor residing in Los Angeles, has accumulated well over a decade of theatrical experience since he graduated from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama with a B.F.A. in acting.
For the past 15 years he has been employed in film, television and theater in addition to providing voice-overs for commercials. In 2014, James completed numerous projects, including a supporting role in the forthcoming film, "Sleepy," written and directed By Dave Reeves and had a featured cameo in Brian Klugman's "Baby Baby Baby". In 2013, James had a supporting role in "The Last Knights" directed by Kaz Kiriya staring Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman.
Recent credits include "The Words," directed by Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal, "Ghost Team One," directed by Scott Rutherford and Ben Peyser, "Germination," directed by Neil Sandilands, and Bollywood's "Vishwaroopam," directed by the legendary actor Kamal Hassan.
Other notable roles include Rudolf Hess in the critically acclaimed CBS miniseries, "Hitler: The Rise of Evil," opposite Robert Carlyle, Agent Moss in "Hellboy," and a featured role in Roman Polanski's "Oliver Twist." Babson most recently returned to the theater to play Michael in Vaclav Havel's once-banned 1975 play, "Unveiling," at the Promenade Playhouse in Santa Monica, California.