Jad Kassouf started acting 14 years ago in France. He then came to study in the Seattle area where he discovered a passion for Theater Arts in College under Joanna Goff and Gordon Coffey’s direction. Since then, Kassouf has acted and held major and minor roles in a wide array of plays in and around the Seattle area, both in French and in English. A member of the Play French Seattle Troupe for the past three years, he was last seen as Sganarelle in Molière's Le Médecin Malgré Lui, under the direction of Roger Tompkins. Kassouf has also held major roles in the world premiere of Jeff Stilwell's A Dropped Stitch. He has also performed dance routines on various stages including at the Tropicana in Las Vegas. An avid hand drummer, he finds nothing gets the blood flowing better than sitting with a pair of congas.