Mr. Jarrett has enjoyed a career that has spanned across several
disciplines; allowing him to succeed at the humanist art of making
poignant stories come alive. Trained as a history teacher Clark
has taught at almost every level; from junior high school to the
As a winner of two Telly Awards and six P.A.C.E Awards, Mr. Jarrett
has also made a career for himself performing “on-camera” as well,
starring in television, film and stage.
Among the more than twenty awards the film has garnered so far
are the Gold Medal for Historical Series from the New York Festival
of Film, a Telly Finalist, a Silver Cindy, and a Gold Camera Award
from the U.S. International Film & Video Festival.
This is a very special project for Clark as it fulfills a commitment
he made over ten years ago to his grandfather and to the remaining
veterans of World War I. He promised them that he would finish this
story so that others could learn about the horrors of trench warfare;
the impact the First World War had on western civilization; and,
most importantly, the sacrifices these men and women made so long
ago. The Return of Paul Jarrett is destined to be
the last personal story ever completed on this subject matter.
He is currently writing the feature-film screenplay based upon