Ben Harris is a Seattle actor and musician who also writes and directs for the screen. His diverse voice talents have been used by Hawaiian Airlines, FoodMaxx, Seattle Mariners and WA state lottery as well as narration for the audiobook Bone by Bone. He has been seen on television in Leverage and in the celebrated "Trampoline" spot by WA state lottery.
After receiving his BA from the University of Washington in Drama and Comparative History of Ideas, Benjamin quickly landed professional stage roles at the Indiana Repertory Theatre and in the world premiere of Steven Dietz's Becky's New Car at ACT in Seattle. In 2008, he co-founded his film company, Cro-Magnon Pictures, for which he has written, directed and produced various shorts and a feature A Jazzman's Jazzman, which has won animation awards in New Hampshire and screened at the New Orleans and Red Rock film festivals, among others.
Ben's passion for people, music, and the outdoors has taken him to some of the world's greatest cultural melting pots. He has studied percussion in Cuba and Brazil, scuba dived in Thailand and Montenegro, learned Spanish and history in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, and taught English in Taiwan. He brings his passion for exploration and creativity to every country, and every role.