Jake Stormoen Biography

Jake Stormoen is an American actor, best known for his roles in the ‘Mythica’ film series and the television series ‘The Outpost.’ With a career that began in short films, Stormoen has since appeared in numerous feature films and TV shows. In addition to his acting work, he has also dabbled in writing and producing. Notably, he received the ‘Best Supporting Actor’ award at the ‘Utah Film Festival’ in 2015 for his performance in ‘The Christmas Dragon.’

Quick Facts

  • Also Known As: Jacob Leif Stormoen
  • Age: 35 Years, 35 Year Old Males
  • Born Country: United States
  • Actors
  • American Men
  • Height: 5’10” (178 cm), 5’10” Males
  • Notable Alumni: University Of Southern Queensland
  • City: Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • U.S. State: Minnesota
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  • Education: University Of Southern Queensland

Childhood & Early Life

Jake Stormoen, born Jacob Leif Stormoen on July 20, 1988, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, grew up in Minneapolis with his younger sister Anna Stormoen. He comes from a mixed ethnicity background and his parents are of Norwegian descent. After completing high school, he attended the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. Upon returning to the United States, he decided to move to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.


Stormoen made his acting debut in 2006, playing Ethan Banks in the short film “Deadbolt.” He continued to gain experience in the industry, appearing in various projects such as the video “Absolute” in 2007, where he played Brandon Woods and also wrote the story. In 2008, he made his feature film debut in the musical-drama dance film “Step Up 2: The Streets,” directed by Jon M. Chu. Stormoen made his television debut in 2012, playing Alfred in an episode of the series “Lucky Days.” He also appeared in the comedy TV series “My Gimpy Life” the same year. Throughout his career, he has worked on several films and TV shows, including “The Christmas Dragon,” for which he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Utah Film Festival. Stormoen received his breakthrough role in 2014 when he played Dagen in the fantasy film “Mythica: A Quest for Heroes.” He reprised this role in the sequels “Mythica: The Darkspore,” “Mythica: The Iron Crown,” “Mythica: The Necromancer,” and “Mythica: The Godslayer.” He has also appeared in supporting roles in films like “War Pigs,” “Miracle Maker,” “Cyborg X,” and “Nocturne,” as well as in various short films.

In addition to his film and television work, Stormoen has also been involved in producing. He worked as an associate producer on the short film “Grace Note,” in which he also played the role of Dominic. He received his first recurring role in a television series when he joined the main cast of the science fiction series “Extinct,” playing Duncan in nine episodes. In 2018, he appeared in TV movies such as “Devil’s Got My Back” and “Christmas Wonderland.” He also played the lead role of Mateho in the horror-thriller film “The Appearance,” directed by Kurt Knight. That same year, he became part of the main cast of the fantasy-adventure drama television series “The Outpost,” playing Captain Garret Spears throughout the first season.

Family & Personal Life

Jake Stormoen has a close relationship with his father, who was a member of the United States Army Special Forces (The Green Berets) and later worked as a gymnastics coach. In his personal life, Stormoen enjoys spending time with his father and surfing the internet. He is also active on social media platforms, such as Twitter and Instagram, where he has a significant following.

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