CJ Jones is a producer, director, writer, actor,
comedian, musician, and motivational speaker.
CJ is a legend in the deaf and hearing world,
acclaimed for his humor and inspiration. He has
done it all: TV, movies, educational films, and
theater and performed as a standup comedian
for 40 years all over the world.
CJ Jones played Joseph in the 2017 blockbuster
summer hit "Baby Driver", directed by Edgar
Wright. This role made CJ the first black deaf
actor in an international Blockbuster. You can
currently see him as Odin in "Castle Rock", a
HULU Original production, written by Stephen
King. CJ is thrilled to be working with the
brilliant James Cameron on the Avatar Sequels.
He played Uriah in the indie horror film "Door in
the Woods" directed by Chase Goforth, which
earned him a Best Actor award in the Graveyard
Shift category of the Nashville Film Festival. CJ
played the role of "Craig" in "This Close" written
by Shoshanna Stern and Josh Feldman. He was
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interviewed in depth in the current season of
United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell.
H e f o u n d e d S i g n W o r l d S t u d i o
(www.signworldstudios.com) to write, develop,
and produce TV series and movies. CJ also
founded Elevate, a nonprofit organization, with
its mission to create a post-production training
program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
CJ Jones was selected and received as the
recipient of the 2018 SAG-AFTRA Harold Russell
Award by Media Access Awards.