NAME-DROPPING with JASON STUART
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|NAME-DROPPING with JASON STUART is Actors Studio meets IMDB meets just plain funny! Actors, Comedian, Singers and showbiz personalities tell the stories you want to know about famous people the have worked with. They dish on the in’s and out’s of how they got to where they are today and what it really feels like. Is it all worth it?! Tune in and lets bring radio back to the days of smart and humors talk with some of the coolest people in the Industry.
Jason Stuart is one the country’s top openly gay comics and prolific character actors. Filmmakers liken his talent as a cross between the depth of Philip Seymour Hoffman, the comedy timing of John Ritter and the quirkiness of a younger Alan Arkin. He has performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival, Town Hall on Broadway to 100,000 at the Millennium March for gay rights. He has also been the National Chair of the SAG LGBT Committee for the last 6 years. Jason is now touring all over the USA with his stand up comedy show, to sold out crowds in colleges, mainstream comedy clubs, colleges and†major LGBT events. His first stand up special from here! TV “Jason Stuart: Making It To The Middle” premired on here TV & Out TV and is now is on DVD.† As an actor, Jason has been seem in over 100 film & TV shows including, recently the Lifetime movie “Home Invasion” starring Haylie Duff in addition to “The Secret Life Of The American Teenager”, “Entourage”, The Closer”, “Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia”, “House” “Everybody Hates Chris”, “My Wife & Kids”, “George Lopez”, “Will & Grace”, “Charmed” and as a stand up comic on “Comics Unleashed”, Logo’s “Wisecrack” & ”One Night Stand Up” to name a few.†In films he has been featured in “Walk A Mile in My Pradas” “Bear City 2” , HBO’s “Gia” with Angelina Jolie, “Ghosts Never Sleeps” opposite Faye Dunaway and in his first starring role in the award winning romantic comedy “10 Attitudes”, which he also co-produced. In 2007 he was nominated for best supporting actor for the Glitter Award in the indie comedy film “Coffee Date”. Lastly he received the Best Supporting actor Award at LA WebFest for the series “Bitter Bartender”.