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Jeff Moulton

Jeff Moulton

Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design
Year of Graduation: 2003
Program: Music Theatre - Performance

Jeff Moulton was one of those lucky people who knew from an early age exactly what he wanted to do when he grew up. After attending the Victoria School for the Arts in Alberta, he sought out the “best musical theatre training in the country” which led him straight to Sheridan’s Musical Theatre - Performance Program. Clearly, his mission to soak up as much as he possibly could during college paid off as Jeff earned the Ear Training Award, the Keyboarding Award, and a medal for Academic Excellence at Sheridan.

Since graduating, Jeff has gone on to work with prestigious stage companies all across Canada. Although he had very little dance training when he enrolled at Sheridan, Jeff saw a rapid growth in his dance skills thanks to the excellent instruction he received. This led to chorus work with shows like Queen’s We Will Rock You (Mirvish Productions), Beauty and the Beast (StageWest), and the world premiere of That Dance Show (Harbourfront-PEI). As a lead actor, Jeff has performed across the country with Calgary’s Shakespeare in the Park, Disney’s High School Musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Forever Plaid, and with award-winning director and Sheridan alumnus David Connolly in Plaid Tidings.

Jeff can also be seen on screen in TV series’ such as Cold Blood and Instant Star, and in numerous commercials including the national TV, print, and internet campaign for the Much Music Mastercard. He is currently tying all of his skills together and travelling the world as Male Swing, Lead Understudy and Dance Captain for Disney CruiseLine.

Despite his growing list of international credits, Jeff still holds a large place in his heart for Sheridan. “I have encountered fellow graduates working in theatres all across the country and have heard top-notch directors say time and again how impressed they are with the level of training and professionalism of Sheridan grads.”

The success of these grads can be traced back to the instruction they received here, he adds. “I cannot say enough about the faculty at Sheridan. My advice to new students is to mine their instructors for everything you can. Together they possess decades of experience and the more you learn from them, the greater the payoff”.

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