Jack Gindi graduated New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and works as an actor, writer, director and producer. 
A student of José Quintero’s, Jack was featured in the film “The Hard Way” and the CBS pilot “Sporting Chance.”  He wrote and directed the feature film What’s Your Sign? – which won the Audience Award at the San Antonio Film Festival as well as the Director’s Award at the Brooklyn Film Festival. 

Theatre directing credits include: “Lou Gehrig Did Not Die Of Cancer” at Ensemble Studio Theatre/NY, “The Lost Language of Twins” at SoHo Rep, and “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea” at Manhattan’s Trilogy Theatre. Sue Costello’s “The Life and Times of a Band Fag” – PS 122, and “On Becoming” – Cape May Stage/NJ, Stonington Opera House/Maine, Cherry Lane Theatre/NYC. Playwriting credits include: “Next of Kin” – Aurora Stage/NYC, “The Watch” – Ensemble Studio Theatre/L.A. and “Oscar Buzz” – Manhattan Theatre Source.

Jack is the vice president of Hearts of Gold, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of New York City’s homeless mothers and their young children.