A partner with Willy, more reflective, but ultimately willing to follow Willy's lead, even against his own better judgement. To the extent that the team of Willy and Jerry has a conscience, Jerry is the conscience. Jerry usually goes along with Willy but often questions his decisions and judgements.
A little older than Willy with a little more experience, yet he often defers to Willy’s self confidant demeanor. In one crucial decision, his conscience leads to a break with Willy, and he goes his own way. But conscience does not pay the rent and Jerry’s second thoughts bring him back to Willy’s ways.
Jerry is played by Adrian Vigil, who studied drama at the Honors Acting Conservatory at the Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Acts. His credits include playing Bobby in the North of Providence, Little Charles Aiken in August: Osage County, as well as many staged readings.