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Benton Jennings

Benton Jennings

Benton Jennings is an American film, television, commercial, voice-over, and stage actor, writer, and director based in Los Angeles, California.

In 2006, he played Gene Marshall, an arsonist, on Showtime’s series DEXTER.


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His film credits include roles in The Annunciation (2018); The Wedding Year (2018); Trouble Is My Business (2018); Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005); In Her Shoes (2005); An American Carol (2008); San Francisco 2177 (2010); Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury (2010); San Saba (2008); How Henri Came To Stay (2006); I-See-You.Com (2006); Temptation (2003); Pollinator (2002); Winning London (2001); Sisyphus Rocks (2001); The Last of the Mohicans (1992); Steele's Law (1991); Travis (1991); Highway to Hell (1990); Macon County War (1990); and Legacy (1990).

TV Movies

His TV movie credits include roles in Elevator Girl (2010); Mary Christmas (2002); The Last Dance (2000); Dallas: The Early Years (1986); and All American Cowboy (1985).


His shorts include Shoo Fly (2001); and Alamo: The Price of Freedom (1988).


His TV credits include appearances on Shameless; Dr. Ken; Documentary Now!; American Horror Story: Hotel; General Hospital; Incredible Crew; Vegas; School And Board; Safety Geeks: SVI; The Event; How I Met Your Mother; The League; Greek; Big Love; Scrubs; Heartland; Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz; Jimmy Kimmel Live!; The Call; 12 Miles of Bad Road; Without a Trace; It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia; VH-1 Big in 04; JAG; I'm With Her; A.U.S.A.; Passions; Strong Medicine; Arli$$; The Drew Carey Show; Family Law; Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue; Profiler; The Frontier: Decisive Battles; Charmed; and City Guys.

Personal Life[]

He is the youngest son of attorney and actor William Bryan Jennings. He attended Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, Texas with a BFA in Theatre Arts, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), and The Film Actors Lab in Dallas. [1]


  • He has portrayed Adolf Hitler five times.
  • He is the founder of the living history organization, 93rd Sutherland Highland Regiment of Foot Living History Unit, organized in 1989. [2]