Jason Page is an award winning actor, filmmaker and photojournalist. His first feature length film, Newton’s Disease, was hailed as “an excellent debut” by the City Pages.
He has subsequently directed the award winning …and on the 7th day, God Rocked, called “both hilarious satire and weirdly touching” and White Man’s World, wherein he plays an evil version of himself - “the perfect and effective, arrogant ignoramus.” 2012 saw the release of The Life of Riley, which he wrote and produced.
Jason won numerous journalism awards during his tenure at ABC, got to pose Kermit the Frog in a publicity photo while working for The Jim Henson Company and interviewed people like Donny Osmond when he wrote freelance for BRNTWD Magazine.
He took extension classes at The American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles, and graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) with a BFA in theatre. While there he received a UROP grant to write and direct his original play Hand-Me-Down Excalibur and was selected to perform at the 1996 Hungarian International Shakespeare Festival. He also co-wrote and acted in the feature length student film The Bond.
Jason’s recent theatrical work includes acting stints in Frost/Nixon, 39 Steps, God of Carnage and Private Eyes.
He is currently in post production on his latest feature film Half Super.