Jason Antoon

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Jason Antoon
Born Jason Allan Antoon[1]
(1971-11-09) November 9, 1971 (age 45)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Seana Kofoed (2010–present)
Children 2

Jason Antoon (born November 9, 1971[1][better source needed]), in Santa Monica, California) is an American stage and screen actor.

Career[edit]

Stage[edit]

Antoon is best known for his role in the 2000 Tony Award-winning musical Contact. For his performance, he received a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical.[2]

Film and television[edit]

Among his television work, Antoon starred on the short-lived TV series Kings, in addition to numerous guest roles on various programs such as Modern Family in the episode Game Changer. On the big screen, he had a featured role in Minority Report, cast when Steven Spielberg discovered him in Contact.[3] In 2008, he had a cameo in Taking Woodstock and he will soon be seen in two 2010 George Gallo films, Columbus Circle and Middle Men. Antoon voiced the role of Garrison "Knobs" Butler in the web series Electric City, and will portray 35-year-old struggling actor which is a Vampire in the Web series Vamped Out.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Antoon is married to actress Seana Kofoed, whom he married in 2010; they have two children.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Company Man Croupier Uncredited
2002 The Sum of All Fears AFRAT Specialist Stubbs
2002 Minority Report Rufus
2002 Two Weeks Notice Norman
2004 Little Black Book Larry
2007 Music and Lyrics Greg Antonski
2007 Perfect Stranger Bill Patel
2014 The Rewrite Greg Nathan

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 New York Undercover Victor Stromfeld Episode "Going Platinum"
1996–1999 Spin City Abdul / Cab Driver 2 episodes
1997 Path to Paradise: The Untold Story
of the World Trade Center Bombing
Nosair's Phone Pal TV movie
1997 The Sports Illustrated for Kids Show That Guy TV special
1997–2006 Law & Order Attorney Hogenbaum 2 episodes
2001 100 Centre Street Episode "Domestic Abuses"
2001 Count Me In Luther TV movie
2001 Ed Deejay Episode "Prom Night"
2001 Sex and the City Framer Episode "The Real Me"
2002 Live from Baghdad Mr. Mazin TV movie
2002 Hack Henry Nibs Episode "My Alibi"
2003 George Lopez Hosni Episode "Profiles in Courage"
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Radio Producer Episode "Obscene"
2005 Jake in Progress Seedy Guy 2 episodes
2005 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Mr. Smythe Episode "No Exit"
2006 The Lost Room The Sood Episode: "The Eye and the Prime Object"
2008 Cashmere Mafia Todd Braun / Todd McDonnell 2 episodes
2008 Lipstick Jungle David Hernandez Chapter Five: Dressed to Kill
2009 Kings Boyden 11 episodes
2009 The Electric Company Calvero 2 episodes
2009 Numb3rs Kai Kragen Episode: "7 Men Out"
2010 Modern Family Apple Customer Episode: "Game Changer"
2010–2011 No Ordinary Family Mr. Litchfield 9 episodes
2011 The Big C Funeral Director Episode: "A Little Death"
2012 Electric City Garrison 'Knobs' Butler 20 episodes
2012 New Girl Clipboard Guy Episode: "Models"
2013 Grey's Anatomy Mr. Samuels Episode: "I Bet It Stung"
2013 Castle Steve Warner Episode: "A Murder Is Forever"
2014 Newsreaders Corey Firfe Episode: "The Journey of an iPhone; Restaurant Plague"
2015 Weird Loners CooKoo Schmoolie Episode: "Weirded Out"
2015 Con Man Crazy Bruno Episode: "Too Much Closure for Comfort"
2015 iZombie Smoak Episode: "Abra Cadaver"
2016 Childrens Hospital Imam Islam Episode: "Show Me a Hero"
2016 Shameless Dr. Ruben Episode: "Hiraeth"
2017 Claws Dr. Ken Brickman Main role, 10 episodes
2017 Fresh Off the Boat Howie Episode: "Living While Eddie"
2017 Famous in Love Wyatt 6 episodes

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