|Born||March 23, 1980|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
|Other names||Hollywood, The Human Weapon|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||170.0 lb (77.1 kg)|
|Style||Wrestling, Boxing, Muay Thai, Judo, MCMAP, Karate, BJJ, Sambo, Jeet Kune Do, Krav Maga, Savate, 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu, Wing Chun, Sanda|
|Rank||Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Boxing record from BoxRec|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Jason Chambers (born March 23, 1980, in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor, mixed martial artist and sports commentator. Chambers is best known for his role as the host of the popular weekly television program Human Weapon on The History Channel. He has appeared in multiple television programs including CSI, Days of Our Lives, As the World Turns and The Middleman. Chambers was featured on Extra as one of "America's Most Eligible" bachelors. Chambers is actively involved with City of Hope National Medical Center, a Cancer Research institute which he was recently appointed to the Board of Directors.
Jason Chambers, of Greek, French and Irish descent, was born on March 23, 1980 in Chicago, Illinois, to Dale Chambers, a homemaker, and George West, who worked for Roadway Services. Chambers resided in Tinley Park, Illinois until the age of 12, then moved to Chicago where he resided until he was 16. At 21, Chambers moved to New York City to study acting. In 2006 he moved to Los Angeles, California. Chambers resides in Miami, Florida.
Chambers provided color commentary alongside Jon Anik for Bellator Fighting Championships English broadcast in their inaugural season on ESPN. He was then signed by ONE Championship as their lead color commentator. Jason was called "The Best Color Commentator, Not in the UFC" by Cage Potato
Although Chambers has previously sat in the color commentator seat for MMA events, he was also hired directly by The Ultimate Fighting Championship to handle Play-by-play duties for alongside Dominick Cruz and Michael Bisping for the FIGHT PASS Stream of Shooto brazil.
Chambers began studying acting in 2000 at Act One Studios in Chicago and later improv at The Second City Training Center.
In 2003, he moved to New York to continue his studies. There he appeared in television series Guiding Light, All My Children, Can You Tell? and As the World Turns. In 2006 he moved to Los Angeles where he has been cast as Spencer on Days of Our Lives and the street racing badboy Mercury on CSI: NY. In 2008 he was cast in the recurring role of Anvil in The Middleman on ABC Family, but he appeared in only one episode before the show was canceled after its first season.
Chambers was the host of the hit series Human Weapon on The History Channel with co-host Bill Duff from July 20, 2007, to August 28, 2008. Chambers has also been a host for NBC's YourLaTv, a show featuring things to do and see in and around Los Angeles. He is a regular co-host/contributor for the "MMA Chokehold" segment of Attack of the Show! where he, Blair Butler and Kevin Pereira discuss upcoming MMA events.
The Jason Chambers Podcast (TJCP) was launched on Youtube, Spotify and iTunes September 1, 2021. It has been, tongue in cheek, hailed as "...the next best thing to the Joe Rogan Experience" . Twice a week Jason chats with interesting guest from all walks of life, including Award Winning Author Ben Mezrich, MMA Hall of Famer Matt Serra, BJJ Standout Garry Tonon and Cryptocurrency experts like Charlie Shrem and comedians Bryan Callen and Russel Peters.
TJCP is one of Spotify's fastest growing News & Entertainment Podcast in the USA .
Mixed martial arts record
|Professional record breakdown|
|25 matches||18 wins||5 losses|
|Win||18–5–2||Dan New||Submission (rear naked choke)||TFC: Power Fights||September 20, 2008||1||2:11||Hammond, Indiana, United States|
|Win||17–5–2||Rene Gonzalez||Decision (split)||Mainstream MMA: Cold War||January 26, 2008||N/A||Iowa, United States|
|Loss||16–5–2||Tristan Yunker||Submission (armbar)||TFC 7: Total Fight Challenge 7||February 10, 2007||1||1:29||Hammond, Indiana|
|Loss||16–4–2||Jimmy Smith||Submission (heel hook)||PF 1: The Beginning||May 12, 2006||1||1:55||Hollywood, California, United States|
|Loss||16–3–2||Michihiro Omigawa||Decision (split)||Icon Sport: Lawler vs. Niko 2||February 25, 2006||3||5:00||Honolulu, Hawaii, United States|
|Draw||16–2–2||Kosuke Umeda||Draw||Deep: 22 Impact||December 2, 2005||2||5:00||Tokyo, Japan|
|Win||16–2–1||Billy Stamp||Submission (twister)||TFC 4: Total Fight Challenge 4||September 17, 2005||1||2:18||Hammond, Indiana|
|Loss||15–2–1||Thiago Alves||Submission (verbal)||IHC 8: Ethereal||November 20, 2004||1||4:57||Hammond, Indiana|
|Win||15–1–1||Emmett Olvera||Submission (armbar)||RM 6: Lord of the Ring||October 24, 2004||1||0:37||Tijuana, Mexico|
|Win||14–1–1||Adrian Serrano||Submission (guillotine choke)||TMAC 2: Total Martial Arts Challenge 2||August 28, 2004||1||0:27||Hammond, Indiana|
|Win||13–1–1||Mark Long||TKO (punches)||TFC 1: Total Fight Challenge 1||April 24, 2004||1||0:52||Hammond, Indiana|
|Win||12–1–1||Josh Kruger||Submission (armbar)||TMAC: Total Martial Arts Challenge||June 7, 2003||1||1:11||Cicero, Illinois, United States|
|Win||11–1–1||Erick Snyder||Submission (guillotine choke)||MFC: Maximum Fighting Challenge||September 7, 2002||1||1:53||Hammond, Indiana|
|Win||10–1–1||Justin Hynes||Submission (guillotine choke)||TCC: Total Combat Challenge||April 13, 2002||N/A||Hammond, Indiana|
|Win||9–1–1||Jack Jones||Submission (strikes)||TC: Total Combat 2||September 16, 2000||1||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Win||8–1–1||Corey Talbert||Submission (armbar)||TCC: Total Combat Challenge||February 24, 2000||1||1:44||Chicago, Illinois|
|Loss||7–1–1||Dan Spychalski||Submission (ankle lock)||MAC: Midwest Absolute Challenge||December 4, 1999||1||7:20||McHenry, Illinois, United States|
|Win||7–0–1||Efrain Saladar||TKO||IE: Independent Event||November 20, 1999||2||2:12|
|Win||6–0–1||Mike Court||Decision||XC: Xtreme Challenge||May 22, 1999||N/A|
|Draw||5–0–1||Bill Peach||Draw||CC 6: Chicago Challenge 6||May 22, 1999||N/A||0:00||Chicago, Illinois|
|Win||5–0||Ken Davis||TKO (strikes)||JKD: Challenge 4||April 24, 1999||N/A|
|Win||4–0||Alex Evan||Submission (rear naked choke)||RBP: Fight Night||January 15, 1999||1||Chicago, Illinois|
|Win||3–0||Tony Velasquez||TKO||RBP: Fight Night||June 26, 1998||1||Chicago, Illinois|
|Win||2–0||Nicolas Smith||Decision (unanimous)||RBP: Fight Night||April 24, 1998||N/A||Chicago, Illinois|
|Win||1–0||Jose Gomez||TKO (injury)||RBP: Fight Night||April 3, 1998||1||Chicago, Illinois|
- "Jason Chambers profile on Bellator.com". Bellator.com. Retrieved April 14, 2009.[dead link]
- "The Red-Hot Knockout Ready to Take a Swing at Love | ExtraTV.com". Extratv.warnerbros.com. 2007-10-11. Retrieved 2015-08-19.
- "Jason Chambers - IMDb". M.imdb.com. Retrieved 2015-08-19.
- "Jason Chambers Bio". IMDB.com. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
- "Bellator plans English broadcast, ESPN.com's Jon Anik heads team". mmajunkie.com. 2009-04-02. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
- "ONE FC™ Signs Jason Chambers as Official Commentator". ONE. Retrieved 2015-02-26.
- "Best and Worse Outside the UFC". cagepotato.com. 2014-10-11. Retrieved 2015-07-28.
- "Jason Chambers (II)". Imdb.com. Retrieved 2009-04-14.
- "The Middleman (2008)". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2015-08-19.
-  Archived February 19, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
- ""Fear Factor" Heli Flag Snag/Fondue Party/Eel Hang/Two Wheel Truck Ramp (TV Episode 2004)". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2016-07-24.