Jesse Warren is an actor best known for creating, writing, and directing the web series "The Bannen Way. " Warren was born in Huntington Beach, California and attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he majored in theatre and film studies. Before turning to acting, he was a professional track and field runner. Warren's first role was in the 2004 science-fiction thriller "Dinocroc." He subsequently appeared in the hit CBS crime drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and Bob Odenkirk's 2007 movie comedy "The Brothers Solomon," starring Will Arnett, Will Forte, Kristen Wiig, and Malin Akerman. Warren made his directorial debut in 2008 with his short film "On Courage," which he wrote, directed and acted in. He also served as a writer on the reality show "Ski Patrol," following a team of Ski Patrol men and women as they administer emergency medical care on the slopes. The next year, he starred in the crime comedy "Loaner," about friends who inadvertently take part in drug trafficking. In 2010, Warren created the web series "The Bannen Way" with Mark Gantt. He wrote, directed, produced, and acted in the series which starred Gantt as Neal Bannen, a criminal attempting to leave the mob and go straight. The series won four Streamy Awards, including Best Drama and Best Director.