Richy Jacobs is a Southern Californian born and raised SAG/AFTRA actor and exercise specialist. Richy is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Fitness Instructor and Football Coach. He graduated from California State University, Chico with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation Administration. He played for The Chico State Wildcats Football Team, where he won Special Teams Player of the Year. Around this time Richy became an Army Reservist(now retired). During his time serving the country Richy was awarded the Distinguished Soldier of the Cycle award, an award given to the top soldier in his training company, which was comprised of over four hundred other soldiers from across the country.

His first film credits include the Television shows "Goosebumps" and "Sweet Valley High", as well as "The Dating Game" and "Blind Date", with Chuck Woolery and Roger Lodge, respectfully. He has also been featured on FOX's 24 starring Keifer Sutherland. On the big screen you can see his talents for yourself in the films "Starship Troopers" and "187".

Today Richy can be seen acting in "Whole Day Down Season 2" Starring Patrick Breen, Willie Garson and Missi Pyle, "Motel California", "Come Dawn", "Savasana", "Hard Requitals" , "It Was an Accident" "CONsPIRaTOR" and "The Matadors", Starring Eric Roberts.

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2016, Richy Directed his First Film "It Was an Accident" which was accepted and screened at The Action On Film International Film Festival, The Awareness Film Festival and WON SPECIAL MENTION in The One-Reeler Short Film Competition. He just finished Directing his second Film "CONsPIRaTOR", and he also wrote a Comic Book called "SLADEMINISTER...THE DEFENDER"  

In his spare time this man of many talents Volunteers at The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission (An Outreach Ministry of Rescue Mission Alliance). His other charitable work includes supporting the Ronald McDonald House of Southern California as a team member for Walk for Kids. He has also Donated to Kitty Crusaders, National Council of Jewish Women/Los Angeles and The Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Army Veteran, Actor, Director, Fitness Instructor, Coach and Humanitarian. Richy Jacobs is the whole package!

Bio Written By​ Robert Skrezyna