Jace Moody is an English actor and model from Hull, East Yorkshire that has been in a number of editorials including ones for Client Magazine, Rollacoaster Magazine and Another Man Magazine.
Jace Moody is signed with Elite Toronto, IMG Australia, MIKAs Stockholm, Viva Models Berlin, IMG London and IMG New York.
After watching Jace Moody perform on stage for the first time, his grandmother exclaimed, “Of all my grandchildren, I never expected you to be the one to stand in front of everyone and perform!” Growing up in Yorkshire, England, Jace was the shy child compared to his boisterous sister. he says “So shy I couldn’t even have a conversation with my uncle,” “When I used to play soccer, I would get physically ill before a game.” Now with a flip through Jace’s current portfolio, it’s hard to believe that painfully shy kid ever existed.
Jace’s ascent to the pages of glossy publications and fronting luxury campaigns came about in part by chance, but more by the Hull native’s determinedness to give every opportunity a devoted shot. After suffering a knee injury while playing soccer at his Tennessee university, Jace returned to England and took a marketing job. Though the gig made him a well-heeled 21-year-old by any standard, he began to feel there was something more on the horizon. Jace soon moved to London on a whim to try his hand at modeling after meeting a family friend working in fashion. Later, an encounter with IMG Models’ president, Ivan Bart, brought him to New York and jumpstarted his career.
Upon landing in NYC, Jace became a regular editorial face shooting for V Man, Another Man and Rollacoaster magazine among others. Most recently, he posed for a Ben Sherman ad campaign and starred in Coach’s short film for the F/W 2017 season. But beyond a perfectly squared jaw, Jace also totes the titles of screenwriter and actor. Jace co-wrote and starred in the acclaimed 2016 short film “Heavy Weight” that explores masculinity in a hyper-masculine space. This year, Jace’s second movie, Mirrorless, will release. In addition to his on-screen appearances, Jace recently starred in the London play “Nothing to Perform.”Off-duty, Jace continues to play soccer and spend time with friends in his new home base of Brooklyn. and His on-screen debut was in the award winning short film “Heavyweight”, followed by his London stage debut in the play “Nothing To Perform”.
Work History by Year
In 2011 Jace Moody appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Phoenix Magazine that was called Tight Knit, which was photographed by Saty + Pratha.In 2012 he appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Sleek Magazine that was called Weekend Away. He appeared in an editorial for the July issue of Rivista Studio that was called Jace, Theo Gueltzl, Marc Brady and Malachi. He appeared in an editorial for the September issue of 10 Men Magazine that was called The Cellar, which was photographed by Andreas Larsson. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of Hero Magazine that was called Diesel, which was photographed by Mark Kean. He appeared in an editorial for the fall issue of V Man that was called Contempo Cuts, which was photographed by Neil Gavin.
He appeared in an editorial for the November issue of Another Man Magazine that was called Autumn/Winter 2012 Collections, which was photographed by Benjamin Huseby. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Attitude Magazine that was called Waiting On A Tide, which was photographed by James O Roberts. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Client Magazine that was called Suit’s You, Sir, which was photographed by Shuhei Shine. He appeared in an editorial for the December issue of Used Magazine that was called Real Wild Child.
In 2013 he appeared in an editorial for the spring issue of Rollacoaster Magazine that was called Tough Love. He appeared in an editorial for the May issue of Used Magazine that was called Now You Know, which was photographed by Harry Carr. He appeared in an editorial for the November issue of August Man Malaysia that was called Cowboys and Angels, which was photographed by Florian Renner.In 2014 he appeared in an editorial for the winter issue of Client Magazine that was called Luxury Grooming Guide, which was photographed by Ian Cole.