After receiving his B.A.
degree with honors from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
in Madrid, Jesus completed his training at the Lee Strasberg
Theatre Institute in New York on scholarship from the
Spanish Government. He then became internationally known for
his starring roles in the top-rated television series’ “LA
LOBA HERIDA” and “DIVINA OBSESION,” distributed by Warner
Brothers International in 29 countries.
Seeking to expand his career Jesus came to the United States in 1995 where he was granted the green card as a “person with extraordinary ability in the arts.” He starred in several theatre plays and independent films, three of which he also produced. In 2000, Jesus launched his own production company by the name of Zokalo Entertainment with the intent of making socially relevant films that would enrich the human spirit.
Zokalo’s first production was the critically acclaimed feature "NO TURNING BACK" picked up for distribution by Universal after its successful theatrical release in Europe and in the United States. The film, commonly compared with the Oscar winner CRASH, has won 23 INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS, including the ALMA AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING INDEPENDENT MOTION PICTURE, the most prestigious award for any Latino production shot in the United States.
NO TURNING BACK has already been sold to 78 countries and over 100 colleges and cultural centers around the world have hosted screenings of the film given its powerful educational value. Demonstrating the versatility of his talent, Nebot wrote, directed, produced and starred in the film. Aside from winning several BEST DIRECTOR awards, Jesus' touching performance as Pablo has been praised by film critics around the world and granted him an IMAGEN AWARD nomination for BEST LEAD ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE and a BEST ACTOR AWARD at the ATLANTIC CITY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.
Nebot's additional productions include Time Warner's "THE LOVE SHOW" and the documentary WHAT ARE YOU GRATEFUL FOR?. Other acting credits include guest-starring roles in the Fox EMMY WINNING SERIES’ “NYPD BLUE" and “ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT.”