Jason Alan Smith
Praised as “riveting” by The Hollywood Reporter and “beguiling” by Film News, Jason Alan Smith has been acting in film and episodic television since 2004. In addition to surviving the trenches of Hollywood developing dozens of properties, Jason has co-produced and starred in Mean Time’s last four films. In his many memorable roles, Jason has co-starred with Bruce Dern, Malcolm McDowell, Hayden Panettiere, Tony Todd, John Stamos, Josh Duhamel, Jeremy Piven, Sean Hatosy, Michael Madsen, and David Carradine. Known for roles in DIANE (2017), LOVE AND DEATH (2022), FAITH OF MY FATHERS (2005), MEETING EVIL (2012), BEING MICHAEL MADSEN (2007), BIG BAD WOLF (2006), and KILLER COVE (2019), Jason is also known for writing the screen-story for the comic book sensation, JESUS HATES ZOMBIES (2010), and the screenplay for the action/adventure, WAREZ (2014). Jason’s numerous producer credits include THE CHANGED (2021), THE LIGHTKEEPERS (2009), and THE RUNNING MAN (2010). Jason was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he excelled in academics and athletics. The only D1 football player with a Dramatic Arts major during his time at Cal Berkeley, he was known to spend the mornings in training and his nights in rehearsal. These days, between productions, Jason co-owns and runs specialty culinary operations in Dallas and Los Angeles.