James KaceyActor

James Kacey was born in the Bronx, New York and grew up in the neighboring areas of NYC. He found his first escape from the inner city environment and his love for performing by following the examples of comedians such as Jim Carrey, Chris Farley and Robin Williams to entertain adults. Although comedy was the stuff that kept him free from the dramatic atmospheres surrounding his childhood, he also found a love for the study and focus of Martial Arts. This gave him his first steps to the structure and execution of expression through forms and katas which would last for his entire childhood until the dramatic arts entered his journey.
James got his first break into the industry back in 2007 when he auditioned for one of the longest running Murder Mysteries in New York: Murdered by the Mob where he successfully played to thousands of audience members over his four year span with the show. He then got his first TV break on the Comedy Central show Michael and Michael Have issues, starring along side Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter.
He has studied and continues to study with the acclaimed Alan Gordon Studios since 2008 and the legendary Michael Luggio at the New York Theatre Academy, whom both have some the industries busiest actors in TV and film.
He can Currently be seen in Ace the case with Susan Sarandon and Ripley Sobo (Winters Tale, Matilda), in scenes with Lev Gorn (The Americans) which was released in theaters nationwide, as a series regular on AMC’s Making of the Mob:NY as Joe Bonanno. Award winning To Redemption with Arben Bajraktaraj (Harry Potter, Taken). And as a severely Autistic young man in the Award Winning Film Influence, written and directed by Michael Bergmann.