Hailing from Plaistow, New Hampshire, Jaimie Fauth has always had an interest in film, tv and the fine arts. At five years old, he told his grandfather that he was going to live in California some day – Hollywood, specifically. He loved making older family members laugh with his clever comments and sharp wit (well, witty for a child.) In second grade, he was in his first play – he played the dog in “The Musicians of Bremen” and by 10 years, he was performing in a Boston-area production of Tennessee William’s “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof”.
In high school, he landed parts in numerous plays and musicals (“West Side Story”, “Rumors”, “Kiss Me Kate”, “The Crucible”, “Anything Goes”). After one year of attending Keene State College and studying journalism with a focus on film criticism, Jaimie decided to leave NH for Boston. Studying acting with teachers in Boston (casting director Carolyn Pickman) and eventually New York City (veteran actor Greg Zittel), Jaimie moved to Los Angeles in 2002.
Working on tv shows such as “24”, “The Unit”, “Mad Men”, “CSI”, and “The Newsroom”, the Outfest hits I Do and “Rubdown” and several commercials (the AAA Auto Club, Disney Home DVD, The History Channel, etc) – Jaimie has found a nice niche for his himself as an *almost* steadily working actor. He is proud to have the role of “Leo” and “Better Half” be his first feature film leading man jewel-in-the-crown.