Jeff Woodman is the narrator of the audio recordings of the Lord John Series.


Jeff was raised in New England, and graduated from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory Theater Program. He currently lives in New York City. He is a nine-time Audie finalist (2007 winner), has won 21 Golden Earphone Awards (including one for Lord John and the Private Matter) and a People magazine "Annual Top Five" citation, and was named one of AudioFile magazine's "Fifty Greatest Voices of the Century".[1]



  • Cymbeline (Lincoln Center)


  • Tiny Alice (Second Stage)
  • Boys in the Band (WPA)
  • The Libertine (Theatre Row)
  • A Pirate's Lullaby (Rattlestick)
  • Smiling Through (Theatre Four)


  • An Ideal Husband (as Viscount Arthur Goring) (S.F. Critics' Circle Award/Berkeley Rep)
  • Enchanted April (as Mellersh Wilton) (Goodman Choice Award/San Jose Rep)
  • The Notebook of Trigorin (originated the title role) (Cincinnati Playhouse)
  • McCarter Theater: Private Lives (as Elyot); Design for Living (as Leo); School For Scandal (as Backbite)
  • Various roles at Old Globe, Seattle Rep, O'Neill Playwrights Conference


  • Hellman v. McCarthy (TV Movie) (Burt Fielding) 2014
  • Person of Interest (FBI Tech) 2013
  • Law & Order (Matthew Heller) 2001
  • Law & Order: SVU (Fitzpatrick) 2000
  • Law & Order SVU (Attorney Melvin Feltzer)
  • Sex and the City
  • Cosby (Dream Sequence Film Director)
  • Swift Justice (Fight Promoter) 1995
  • The Wright Verdicts (Law Student) 1995
  • Guiding Light (recurring)
  • All My Children (Pine Valley Inn Bellboy) 1982
  • TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes (Pranked Susan Lucci & Soupy Sales) 1982


  • 400+ titles


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