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Openly gay actor/comic JASON STUART has appeared on House, Entourage, The Closer and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He also had his own hour comedy special on the gay network, Making it to the Middle.
Engaging, clever, and just flat-out funny, DON FRIESEN captures the irony of parenting, marriage and everyday absurdities through characters, voices, parodies and some of the best written routines around.
is one the country's top openly gay comics and prolific character actors. Filmmakers liken his talent as a cross between the depth of Philip Seymour Hoffman, the comedy timing of John Ritter and the quirkiness of a younger Alan Arkin. He has performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival, Town Hall
to 100,000 at the Millennium March
for gay rights.
Jason is now touring all over the USA with his stand up comedy show, to sold out crowds in colleges, mainstream comedy clubs, and major LGBT events. As an actor, Jason has been seen in over 100 film & TV shows including, “The Secret Life Of The American Teenager”, “Entourage”, The Closer”, “Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia”, “House” “Everybody Hates Chris”, "My Wife & Kids”, “George Lopez”
, “Will & Grace”
As a comic he as had his own stand up special “Making It To The Middle
& CD “Gay Comedy Without A Dress”
. He has also appeared on “Comics Unleashed”, “Wisecrack”
and “One Night Stand Up”
to name a few. In films, “Bear City 2: The Proposal”
with Kathy Nijimy
, HBO’s “Gia”
with Angelina Jolie, James Franco’s “Holy Land”, K11
opposite Goran Visnjic
to name a few.
Lastly, In 2007 he was nominated for best supporting actor for the Glitter Award in the indie comedy film “Coffee Date”
If you missed Don's hilarious Showtime one-hour Special, "Ask Your Mom," you've got to catch him Live! Engaging, clever, and just flat-out funny, Don captures the irony of parenting, marriage and everyday absurdities through characters, voices, parodies and some of the best written routines around. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer says “Friesen will leave a lasting comic impression,” and describes him as “offbeat, satirical, self-deprecating and slightly out of control.”
As the only two-time winner in the 39-year history of the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition, Friesen ignites the stage with a playful, high-energy spoof of his life as a modern suburban dad trying to get through the day with a bit of money in the bank and a scrap of dignity intact.
He’s a wanna-be geek who constantly upgrades to the latest tech, but can never get it to work, leading to signature bits about tech support, Idiots Guides, texting and passwords.
Friesen's credits include Showtime, Live at Gotham, The Lewis Black Christmas Special, and Comics Unleashed. He was also featured in TBS’ “The Comedy Festival” in Las Vegas and is a wildly popular on KLOS’ 5:00 Funnies and XM Sirius satellite radio.
Comedy clips and more at www.donfriesen.com