Jamaal Fields-Green, hailing from the vibrant town of New City, New York, is an electrifying talent who has showcased remarkable skills as an actor, singer, director, and writer. This multi-faceted artist graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from the prestigious Hartt School in 2018, where he refined his theatrical prowess and began to create a unique identity in the industry.

Currently, he is commanding the stage in "MJ the Musical" on Broadway, where he skillfully takes on the multifaceted roles of MJ and Middle Michael. His captivating performance and nuanced portrayal of these characters are a testament to his deep understanding of his craft.

One of his crowning achievements was recently clinching the award for the Best Action Short at the highly competitive Indie Short Fest for his impactful short film, "The Inevitable." This recognition is doubly significant as the same film received a nomination for Best Short Script. This accomplishment highlights his dynamic talent, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes as a skilled writer and director.

This artist's illustrious career is not confined to the theatre. He brought to life the characters of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the Chicago company's rendition of "Hamilton: An American Musical," exhibiting his ability to immerse himself in diverse roles, demonstrating an impressive range.

His talents extend to the small screen as well, with notable appearances on Freeform’s "That Thing About Harry" and "Chicago PD." These TV credits further solidify his reputation as a versatile artist capable of delivering compelling performances across multiple mediums.

This gifted individual's remarkable journey and his relentless pursuit of artistic excellence provide a strong foundation for what is sure to be a brilliant, enduring career in the entertainment industry.