Born in a small town in Michigan in 1975, Jeff Hephner got his big break when he got the job as Colin Farrell's stand-in on the Joel Schumacher-directed film "Tigerland" (2000), which focuses on a group of U.S. soldiers during the Vietnam War. Hephner made such an impression that Schumacher gave him a small role in the film, and an acting career was born. His first experience on a network TV series was as a regular when he was cast as one of the attorneys on "The Jury" (Fox, 2004), from Baltimore Pictures, the same producers of the critically acclaimed show "Homicide: Life on the Street" (NBC, 1993-99). After a few guest appearances, in 2006 Hephner landed another recurring role, this time on the popular show "The OC" (Fox, 2003-07). He racked up recurring roles, performing in multiple episodes of "Easy Money" (The CW, 2008-09), "Hellcats" (The CW, 2010-11), "Boss" (Starz, 2011-12), and "Chicago Fire" (NBC, 2012-). Then, in 2014, he landed the title role in the series "Agent X" (TNT, 2015-). Starring Sharon Stone as the Vice President of the United States, the series posits that she is in charge of the American version of James Bond, the aforementioned Agent X.
Landed first series regular role in "The Jury"