Jesse Lee Soffer is a Connecticut native born on April 23, 1984. He made his film debut in 1993, playing the role of young kid Dennis Loomis. In 1995, he joined the cast of the film The Brady Bunch Movie, where he played the role of Bobby Brady. He reprised the role in the 1996 sequel A Very Brady Sequel.
Soffer made his television debut in 1995, on the television adaptation of the novel From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. In 1999, he debuted on daytime television, when he originated the role of Max Nickerson on the soap opera Guiding Light, a role he kept for the next months.
In 2004, he resurfaced on daytime, playing a recurring character in another daytime soap, As the World Turns. He took on the role of Will Munson, which was previously played by Brett Groneman and two other actors before him. Throughout his run, he fathered the stillborn child of Gwen Norbeck (Jennifer Landon), who he eventually marries. He left the show in early 2008 with three Daytime Emmy nominations under his belt, although he is expected to reprise the role later in the year.
After his stint on daytime TV, Jesse Lee Soffer moved on to guest star on The Mentalist, The Whole Truth and Rizzoli & Isles. In 2012, he joined the cast of the FOX series The Mob Doctor. The following year, he played Jay on Chicago Fire-- a role he would later reprise on the spin-off series Chicago PD.
2014 Chicago PD
2013 Chicago Fire
2012 The Mob Doctor (TV series)
2011 In Time
2011 Rizzoli & Isles (TV series)
2011 The Mentalist (TV series)
2010 The Whole Truth (TV series)
2004-2010 As the World Turns (TV series)
2009 The Philanthropist (TV series)
2008 The Awakening of Spring
2008 CSI: Miami (TV series)
1999 Guiding Light (TV series)
1998 Two of a Kind (TV series)
1996 A Very Brady Sequel
1996 The Royale (TV movie)
1995 Wings (TV series)
1995 The Brady Bunch Movie
1994 Safe Passage
1993 The Silent Alarm (short)