Jamie DeWolf

Oakland, CA


Film director, writer, slam poet, spoken word artist, and circus ringmaster from Oakland, California.

DeWolf is best known for his early career as a slam poetry champion, his award winning films for Youth Speaks Bigger Picture Project, live tours with the performance trio The Suicide Kings, hosting the monthly Tourettes Without Regrets at the Oakland Metro OperaHouse, and for his work as a producer and performer on NPR’s Snap Judgment. DeWolf has appeared on HBO’s Def Poetry, 60 Minutes, UPN, Inside Edition, and CBS. DeWolf directed, wrote and starred in the feature film Smoked. The Movie(2012).

He is also the great-grandson of author and Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and an outspoken critic of the Church of Scientology. In 2000 he hosted the first ever anti-Scientology summit in Clearwater, Florida.[2] He was named one of the “Top 25 People Crippling Scientology” by The Village Voice in 2011.

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