Jaret grew up as a concession stand gypsy, living in tents with his family as 3 generations toured and toiled 24 hours a day to serve subs, fish-on-a-bun and fries to the starving masses in attendance at North America's great cultural events - carnivals and 3 day rock festivals.
Since venturing onto the stage at the age of 5, Jaret has performed in over 30 plays and musicals in New York, Toronto, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Jaret is a award winning actor of both comedy and drama. He has won a Los Angeles Ovation Award for his work in the west coast premiere of Tracy Letts’s play, Killer Joe and the Teapot Award for Outstanding Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe. He has been in numerous TV and film roles, most recently starring in Masters of Sex, CSI, The Doggone Adventure trilogy, Polaroid and some festival favorites, Last Words, the comedy adventure film, Thunder Chance and the pilot, Chinatown Squad.