Jason Rogel as Wayne Chung on the set of Splinterheads, July 2008.
|Born||Long Beach, California, U.S.|
Jason Rogel is an American actor. He is perhaps best known for his roles as Larry in ABC Family's Christmas musical, The Mistle-Tones, as well as Physics nerd, Leo on ABC Family's State of Georgia with Raven-Symoné.
Life and career
In 2009, Rogel appeared opposite Rachael Taylor, Lea Thompson, and Christopher McDonald in the indie romantic-comedy Splinterheads. Since then, he has appeared in various commercials, webseries, and television shows, including The Office, Community, Dexter, Bones, Monk, and How I Met Your Mother. He played Martin, the tech-savvy busboy in the 2011 SyFy original movie, Swamp Shark, also starring Kristy Swanson, D.B. Sweeney, Robert Davi and baseball legend Wade Boggs . He also recurred as Physics grad student Leo on ABC Family's, State of Georgia, starring Raven-Symoné, Majandra Delfino and Loretta Devine. Rogel was the spokesperson for the 2011 "Get Mmad" advertising campaign in South Africa.
In addition to film and TV, Rogel has appeared in numerous theatre productions, working with such companies as East West Players, LoudRMouth, and The Garage Theatre Company. He has also toured his mini-musical, M.Saigon, a parody of the Broadway hit Miss Saigon, throughout the United States.
Filmography and TV roles
|2008||Jimmy Kimmel Live!||Slimmons Hip Hop Dancer|
|Zombies Ate My Prom Date||Chubsy|
|The Sarah Silverman Program||Mongolian Gay Guy No. 2|
|Brown Soup Thing||Cousin Jason|
|2009||How I Met Your Mother||Clerk|
|The Amazing Mrs. Novak||Stockboy Vincent|
|Donna on Demand||Utility Nerd|
|State of Georgia (TV series)||Leo||5 episodes|
|Man Up (TV series)||Henry Trunka||2 episodes|
|Gulliver Quinn||Mr. Martinson|
|House of Lies||Manager|
|2013||Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous||Marcus||8 episodes|
|2014||Walk of Fame||Barista||post-production|
|Mr. Maple Leaf||Mutt Owner||post-production|
|Miss Guidance||Mr Stern/Ma||2 episodes|
|Hart of Dixie||Walter Wallen|
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