Jason Jones is a very, very, very . . . very busy actor. His film work is extremely important to him, so he chooses to adopt only the finest roles. His gems include the taut, straight-to-video psychological thriller "After Alice" and the award-winning television masterpiece "Terminal Invasion," in which aliens in human disguise commandeer a rural airport during a snowstorm. And who could forget the unforgettable 13 minutes of screen time Jason had in the SciFi Channel's original film "Webs," when his character (Junior) and a local team of wacky electricians, led by Sir Richard Greico, teleport to a parallel universe where human-looking alien spiders run amok? But beyond all the glitz and glamour of those prestigious projects, Jason is most proud of the trilogy of "based on a true story" films from which he has been cut: "America's Prince: The JFK Jr. Story," "All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story" and, most recently, the Meg Ryan box ofice bonanza "Against the Ropes: The Jackie Kallen Story," in which he shared absolutely no screen time with Meg Ryan.
After film comes TV, and boy has Jason been around the block. He has appeared on lots of shows that feature prominent actors who have won lots of awards. He was featured on the soap opera where all the men still have moustaches and he was on that show where the queer folk had all the gay sex. Most recently, he hosted an extreme crafting game show on an upper digital-cable channel. 168, I think. Dunno, could be higher.
Originally from Canada, Jason has appeared in countless Canadian projects you've never heard of, and if he started to describe them, you'd immediately fall asleep. Suffice it to say, a few of them had to do with Mounties, Saskatchewan and the plight of the mid-18th-century East Coast miner.
Jason Jones' wardrobe is provided by Banana Republic.