Jeffrey Bihr, a native San Franciscan, has worked internationally as an actor, director, composer and educator for the last 25 years. Jeffrey was a company member for seven seasons at the Berkeley Repertory Theater as an actor and composer, and is a member of the International Acting Company of Tadashi Suzuki, having performed with the company since 1987. He has trained with Anne Bogart's SITI Company, performed in her production of Orestes and was a founding member of SITI, The Saratoga International Theater Institute.

For the past 7 years Jeffrey has served on the core faculty of the MFA Program at American Conservatory Theater.
He also is Associate Director of Vector Theater Company and has taught at SITI, Drama Studio London, and Leonard Pitt Mime School, University of California at Berkeley, Stanford, UC Davis, as well as many other colleges and Universities.

Jeffrey's many directing credits include Scattering Poems for Word for Word, Britten's Curlew River starring Chanticleer, The Misanthrope in Munster, Germany, The Greeks in London, Noodle Doodle Box for Berkeley Repertory Theater, The Taming Of The Shrew for California Shakespeare Festival, Modiligani with Will Marchetti for Marin Theater Company, and he has composed numerous play and filmscores, winning Dramalogue and BATCC awards as well as Cindy Award for musical composition. Jeffrey currently coaches business executives internationally with his company, Stand and Deliver.


Acting Resume

Directing Resume

Composing Resume

Student Quotes

my voiceover

Interview with Jeffrey Bihr