(written from a Production point of view)
Jeanes was born in Houston, Texas and is a former pro fighter in Muay Thai kickboxing, boxing, Brazilian jujitsu, and wrestling, who is skilled in martial arts, stunt falls and tumbling, horseback riding, and fire stunt work. Jeanes is a SAG member and performed in music videos for artists such as U2 ("Stuck in a Moment") and Warden ("Ring the Alarm").
He has worked as stunt double for Jullian Dulce Vida in the comedy Lone Star State of Mind (2002, with stuntman Justin Sundquist), as a monster performer in Robert Rodriguez' action adventure Spy Kids (2001, with Teri Hatcher and fellow Star Trek stuntman Lin Oeding), as double for actor Eran Shine in the action sequel Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003, with John Beck, Ken Lally, and stunt performers Todd Bryant, Marty Murray, Vince Deadrick, Sr., Mark De Alessandro, Dennis Madalone, and Lin Oeding, under the stunt coordination of Jeff Pruitt), and as a stunt performer in the drama Virginia (2005).
Jeanes also appeared in several television series, including the Carnivàle episode "Damascus, NE" (2005, as stunt double for John Savage, and with Michael John Anderson, Adrienne Barbeau, Clancy Brown, and Van Epperson), J.J. Abrams' Alias (2005, episode "The Index", with Kevin Scott Allen, J.P. Romano, and Shauna Duggins), Nip/Tuck (2005, episode "KiKi", with Famke Janssen and Austin Priester, under stunt coordinator Noon Orsatti), and Entourage (2006, episode "Vegas Baby, Vegas!", with stunts by Craig Baxley, Jr., Danny Downey, and Spike Silver). He served as stunt double for Eric Winzenried in three episodes of Charmed (2003 and 2005, again under coordination of Noon Orsatti), as stunt double for Paul McCrane in 24 (2007, with James Cromwell and stunt performers Jon Braver and Erik Stabenau), and as double for Joey Lawrence in two episodes of CSI:NY (2007, with Mark Kiely, Pavel Lychnikoff, and Sandra Nelson).
Among his recent projects are the drama The Third Nail (2008, with Bobby C. King, Wayne King, Jr., and Robert Miano) and the television action film Depth Charge (2008, with Maury Sterling, Geoff Meed, and Jon Braver).