Jesse James Hutch was born in Alberta, Canada and at the young age of 10 was instantly hooked on the mystery of storytelling when he first saw the animated movie "The Hobbit." His first official audition, which he booked, was for FOX's "Dark Angel," in which he played the role of a Mutant. His second audition for "Wolf Lake" on CBS, which he also booked, had to be passed on due to a filming conflict with "Dark Angel."
Hutch has starred in several TV series including "True Justice," "Kyle XY," "About A Girl," "Smallville," and "American Dreams." His other TV credits include "Once Upon a Time," "Heartland," "Hellcats," "The 4400," "V," and "Dark Angel." He has also starred in the Hallmark Channel Original Movies "Three Weeks, Three Kids" and "How to Fall in Love." Hutch's feature films include "The Butterfly Effect," "Freddy Vs. Jason," and "Scary Movie 3."
Performing many of his own stunts, Hutch has always had an attraction to action and adrenaline. Kick Boxing, Muay Thai, white water rafting, kayaking, and rock climbing are a few of Hutch's hobbies and past jobs.
Jesse Hutch's most important lead roles are husband, father, son, and brother.