Jason Jones is a very, very, very...very busy actor. His film work is extremely important to him, so he chooses to take on only the finest roles. His gems include the taut, straight-to-video psychological thriller "After Alice" (playing the highly-coveted part of Rookie Cop) and the award-winning television masterpiece "Terminal Invasion," in which aliens in human disguise commandeer a rural airport during a snowstorm. Who could forget the unforgettable 13 minutes of screen time Jones had in the Sci-Fi 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, Jones is most proud of the trilogy of "based on a true story" films from which he has been cut. Those films include "America's Prince: The JFK Jr. Story," "All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story," and, most recently, the Meg Ryan box-office bonanza "Against the Ropes: The Jackie Kallen Story" in which he shared absolutely no screen time with Meg Ryan.
Originally from Canada, Jones has appeared in countless Canadian projects no one has ever heard of and, if he started to describe them, would put one to sleep. 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 is too busy acting to have any hobbies.