Dustin Jacobs was born and raised in North Georgia where, as a child, he dreamed of becoming a filmmaker. Dustin received his BS degree in Communication from Kennesaw State University in Georgia where he wrote movie reviews for The Sentinel, the school newspaper. Soon after, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his MFA in Film and Television Production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts where he concentrated in producing and directing.
While at USC, Dustin interned with Morgan Freeman's independent production company, Revelations Entertainment, and at Chapter One Films. He also directed his graduate thesis film titled Consumed about an unconventional love story. When not directing or producing, Dustin loves to act. In addition to various short films that Dustin has starred in, he provided the voice to 'Leroy,' a Southern cornbread, in the 2013 Subway web series, Herman, directed by Para Ellos co-director, Christian Contreras.
Most recently, Dustin was directing episodes for the PBS television series, Just Seen It. Currently, he is working on a children's feature that tells the story of the beloved USC mascot, George Tirebiter.
Student produced at the University of Southern California - School of Cinematic Arts.
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