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November 2, 1977 |
New York City, New York
Jason Cerbone (born November 2, 1977) is an actor of Italian descent.
He got his start acting at age 4, appearing on a commercial for Sesame Street. He signed with the Ford Modeling Agency in New York City at age 7. Cerbone later appeared in Bon Jovi's "Silent Night" music video, as well as the title character in Suzanne Vega's video for the song "Luka". He attended Sacred Heart High School and Concordia College in New York and received a degree in biology. After graduating from college, he resumed his acting career.
In 2007, Cerbone starred with Gina Ferranti and Ernest Mingione in Charles Messina's play Merging, which won Best Play in The Players' Theater's Shortened Attention Span Theater Festival in Greenwich Village. Cerbone also starred in the film version of Merging, which was released in 2009.
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