Jeff Teräväinen is a versatile talent celebrated for his dynamic roles in both television and voice acting. He gained widespread recognition for his recurring appearances as Lieutenant Anders in “Dark Matter” and Agent Stack in “12 Monkeys.” His standout performance as the primary antagonist in Netflix’s 2018 film “The Christmas Chronicles” further solidified his impact in the industry. Most recently he showed his skill as Deputy Bret Labelle in the hit movie, “Thanksgiving”.

Known as the resonant “Voice of the Olympics” for CBC during the 2006 Turino Winter Olympic Games and the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, Teräväinen left a lasting impression. His authoritative voice also graced the “2014 FIFA World Cup” in Canada and introduced CBC’s “Hockey Night in Canada” for two consecutive years.

Teräväinen’s vocal talents extended to best-selling video games, lending his voice to iconic characters in titles like “Far Cry 5,” portraying Walker and various cult soldiers, “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist” in diverse roles, and “Far Cry 2” as Walton Purefoy.

In 2019, he secured a series regular role in the sci-fi drama “Utopia Falls,” making its debut on Hulu in February 2020. His portrayal of Gerald earned him critical acclaim, showcasing his versatile acting prowess.

Further expanding his voice acting repertoire, Teräväinen voiced Sam Fisher, the central character of the “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell” series, in “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” in 2020. His multifaceted talent continues to captivate audiences across various mediums, marking him as a prominent figure in the entertainment landscape.