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Jason is an actor, talent manager and screenwriter from Leyton, East London, with a very extensive CV and has only been active in the entertainment industry professionally with IMDb credits in just two years. Jason has just come on board at Endemol Beyond and American multinational mass media corporation, Twenty-First Century Fox to work with the next generation of professional TV and Film professionals on a new undisclosed drama funded by Dutch based broadcasting company, Endemol and American based broadcasting company, Twenty-First Century Fox. Read more... New York. Prior to this, he completed Bernard Hiller's Ultimate Academy Award Winners Masterclass 2015 in which he took a casting masterclass by April Webster CSA (Star Wars VII - Star Trek 3) Jason partook in masterclasses taught by numerous Academy Award winners and nominees past and present including David Oyewolo who played Dr. Martin Luther King in "Selma" as well as numerous Academy Award 2015 winning writers and producers from the likes of "Whiplash", and previous Oscar winners from, "Crash" and "Million Dollar Baby" Jason is without a doubt, a rapidly emerging talent with a formidable drive for utter success in his passion for acting. Jason has just achieved 5 straight A grades in acting at the New York Film Academy and after has been invited to attend an intensive one month method acting program at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute of New York were some of biggest names in Hollywood have been trained. Upon completion of training at Strasberg, he intends to complete short courses at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama which he has already applied to. He is starting training in Kung Fu with The Shaolin Temple of The United Kingdom of Great Britain in due course in Spring 2015 and has been sponsored a full year of training. He is also due to learn Kendo for an undisclosed role in a $3M budget feature film. Jason has just completed a one week intensive acting course taught by Professor Caroline McGee, who taught at New York Conservatory of Dramatic Art, at the New York Film Academy and performed at an intensive acting showcase in New York City at Talent Ventures Incorporated Actors Studios (TVI Studios New York) located around Times Square and 1560 Broadway at The Actors Equity Building in front of eight of New York's best acting agents and for casting directors that included Clint Alexander from FOX Network. Jason has worked on various productions this year, but the most promising so far would be "Unleaded" Dir. By Luke Davis from The Met Film School where he stars as the lead role, Callum opposite Josef Altin (Pyp in Game of Thrones) In 2013, Jason worked closely alongside world famous hip-hop group, The Wu-Tang Clan on a documentary about the influence that they have had in the last two decades on the UK hip-hop and rap music scene. The RZA, who works on the vast majority of Quentin Tarantino movies providing musical scores who is the leader of The Wu-Tang Clan, has seen Jason's work thus far. Jason has already achieved millions of views of exposure globally in just two very short years in his career and is quickly becoming a familiar face by appearing and featuring in numerous music videos, namely, Dizzee Rascal! in Bassline Junkie and Love This Town. He's had a few cameo roles to date, one being in "The Anomaly" (2014) featuring alongside Ian Somerhalder (Vampire Diaries & Lost) and Noel Clarke (Star Trek Into The Darkness, Doctor Who), who he has just completed a master class with. Jason studied at Kingdom School of Arts and has also attended a master class with Ashley Walters (Get Rich Or Die Trying starring 50 Cent) Whilst training, he spent some time in Italy performing Shakespeare (Pericles) In Jason's very short time acting of only two years, he has already worked with other names such as Danny Dyer, Sheila Hancock, Toby Jones, John Hannah (The Wee Man, The Mummy films), a cameo with Jason Maza and Nick Nevern in "The The Hooligan Factory, Jaime Winstone, The Discovery Channel, a commercial with Coca-Cola, and twice with Adidas.