Jeffrie brought just the right touch of creepiness to his portrayal of the film's shifty, chain-smoking morgue attendant.
His deep, gravelly voice lends a threatening tone to his confrontation with the Carters.
Jeffrie's not just an actor, he's also a renowned local beat poet.
He's been interviewed on television (S.F. Poets, KUSF) and done poetry readings on the radio (Poetry Hour, KPOO).
Coolest credit on his résumé:
Reflections on Ithacas (published poetry collection)