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Watch for Actor Jesse Hutch recurring role as Agent Russell Tavaroff on the second season of The CW’s Batwoman starring Javicia Leslie

JesseHutch has an exciting year on the horizon. He is an accomplished actor who can escape into many roles and characters. In Jesse’s upcoming recurring role on Batwoman as Agent Russell Tavaroff he plays a bad apple with a reputation for being insensitive. This Crows agent is married to the job and enjoys the power that comes with it. Agent Tavaroff is assigned to an important new investigation that comes to life on Season 2. With Batwoman and The Crows each hot on the trail of the False Face Society, their efforts collide, and tensions escalate. Alice seeks out Enigman, and Sophie and Ryan find some common ground. Jesse joins Javicia Leslie (God Friended Me) the new series lead as Batwoman Ryan Wilder airing Sunday nights (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on The CW.

Alive” — Image Number: BWN211a_0244r — Pictured: Jesse Hutch as Agent Russell Tavaroff — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

His good looks and warm smile have garnered Jesse a number of leading roles in romantic comedies. Coming soon, Reel One Entertainment has cast Jesse in starring roles including Gavin Rogers in Love, Bubbles & Crystal Cove, Tom in Love a La Carte, and Ryan Knox in Love & Chocolate. Fans have a lot of Jesse to look forward to.

“I want to touch people's hearts through drama, comedy, action, thrill, and everything in between,” says Hutch. “I love moving around. I want to be the most well-rounded performer I can be.” Jesse Hutch’s career over the past twenty years has covered all genres from Sci-Fi, Comedy, Romance, History, and heartfelt productions that have kept his career exciting and challenging at the same time.

See Jesse Hutch in Love, Bubbles & Crstal Cove



What was your dream as a child to achieve in your life?

To have your feet on the ground and your head in the clouds is an interesting place to be. You must determine how much time to spend in each space. Too long, and you risk losing yourself. Too little, and you won’t find out who you really are. How do I grow old gracefully and yet always be a child? When I was young I never really had a specific dream that needed to be achieved. But I have always loved adventure. Both the external adventure and the internal. I definitely believe that you must always run the ramp of reason before you take the leap of faith.

Photo credit: Yinger Wong, Courtesy of The Promotion People of Jesse Hutch

What are the titles you want to be known by?

Loving husband. Loving father. A son to be proud of. Awesome neighbour. Intriguing stranger. A talented force and leader in the film and television world. Tell us the story of when you first took steps to start your dreams and career. How did it happen?

Anything worth building takes time. I’ve never wanted to be an actor who has a flash in the pan success. I prefer hard work and solid roots of experience. I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for Faith, Family, the support of others along the way, accountability, hard work, failures and encouragement. I would also say that any dreams I may have in the film and television world are still being created and pursued. There are many things I would still like to achieve. I’d like to direct more. I have a big list of people I would like to work with. Many more genres to explore and it would be great to travel and work more with my family.

How has COVID effect your business and career?

Of course there have been obvious changes in the business as far as how it operates and why. Overall however, as I mentioned earlier faith is a groundwork from which my wife and I build our lives, and because of that, how we view the world, how we live life, and how we raise our children has not changed based upon the current sway of the North American response to Covid. Always question your questions, doubt your doubts, and examine who you follow, and who do those leaders follow?

Where are you at now with your passion, dreams and life?

I’m not there yet. I am content with what I have learned and where I am now. And yet I feel there are greater plateaus to be reached and bigger pursuits to be chased. Some of those I’m aware of. And some of them I have no idea that they are coming my way. Insert laugh here. ;)

How many times have you gone for your dream and had to take a break, went full into it and then started something continuous or new?

In the past 20 years of being an actor, stunt performer and Director. I have probably given up 1000 times. But I have never quit. I have the bug. I ain’t packing it in. Share an encouraging quote from you to the fans about achieving your dreams.

Go ahead, give up a thousand times over…just don’t quit.



Jesse’s first job as an actor was a guest star role on Dark Angel starring Jessica Alba. He went on to have substantial recurring guest star roles on Arrow (The CW), Heartland (CBC), and Kyle XY (ABC), which have been recently re-released on Disney+. Other guest-starring roles that stand out for Jesse include his roles on The CW’s Supernatural, Rex Chapman on the History Channel’s Project Blue Book, and Netflix’s Wu Assassins.

Photo credit: Andrew Gerard of Jesse showing his playful side.

He broke out as a leading man as a series lead on About A Girl for The Comedy Network, Viacom, and the N Network and as Johnny Garcia in True Justice. His first feature film lead was Jordan Wells in Joy Ride 3: Road Kill (20th Century Fox) You may have also seen him in classics such as Freddy vs Jason, The Butterfly Effect, and Jimmy Riley on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand (American Dreams). He has also appeared in Smallville, Arrow, Almost Human, and Coffee & Kareem. Jesse has wide appeal as a leading man. He injects humor and romantic appeal in roles that include Cedar Cove as Luke Bailey, Cole in Snowmance, as well as Chateau Christmas and Inn Love by Christmas in which Jesse also sang and played guitar.

Working out and staying in shape is an important aspect of Jesse’s routine so he is ready for whatever opportunities come his way. He is currently on a training regiment of 2 hours per day, six days a week as he prepares for a potential lead role on a period piece, which plans to film in Utah later this year. A fun fact – Jesse was asked to screen test for Superman Returns as the role of Superman Clarke Kent. His resume as a stunt performer is just as impressive. Jesse is looking forward to Disney’s upcoming season of the TV series Gabby Duran & the Unsittables as a Space Alien set to air in 2022.

Jesse is passionate about all aspects of filmmaking as an actor, stunt performer, writer, director, and producer. He directed and produced the World War II short film Ghost of Europe that was shot in two days and fully completed in 168 hours. The short went on to win the Best International Film at the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles. Not one to keep idle, Jesse has a number of personal projects in development. He and his business partner have written and created a 24-project pitch deck that they are using to seek funding for projects in development. Most recently he directed, wrote, and acted in a proof of concept for a new television series entitled Fox and Hunter that is being presented to potential partners.

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