Jason Rogel

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Jason Rogel
Jason Rogel as Wayne Chung on the set of Splinterheads.jpg
Jason Rogel as Wayne Chung on the set of Splinterheads, July 2008.
Born Long Beach, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor

Jason Rogel is an American actor. He starred as Ricky, the office gossip, on Freeform's Kevin from Work. He is also known for his role as Larry in ABC Family's Christmas musical, The Mistle-Tones.

Life and career[edit]

Jason Rogel was born and raised in Long Beach, California. He is of Filipino descent.

Rogel graduated with a bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts from California State University, Long Beach, and also studied acting at Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art.[1]

In 2009, Rogel appeared opposite Thomas Middleditch, Rachael Taylor, Lea Thompson, and Christopher McDonald in the indie romantic-comedy Splinterheads.[2] 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.[3][4][5] 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.[1] Rogel was the spokesperson for the 2011 "Get Mmad" advertising campaign in South Africa.[1]

In 2012, he starred alongside Tia Mowry and Tori Spelling in ABC Family's first original holiday musical, The Mistle-Tones, which premiered as part of their 25 Days of Christmas event. Rogel also played cameraman Marcus on the MTV series, Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous starring comedian, Bo Burnham.

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.[1][6]

In 2014, Rogel appeared in the Old Navy ads with Debra Wilson, Amy Poehler and Dascha Polanco. He is a current cast member of the Fil-Am sketch comedy show PUN PLIP PRIDAYS, which airs on LA18's Kababayan Today with G. Tongi. In 2015, he appeared opposite Regina Hall, Eve & Jill Scott in the Lifetime (TV network) Original, With This Ring (2015 film), written and directed by Nzingha Stewart.

Filmography and TV roles[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2007 Rattle Basket Virgil
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 Office Erik
Bones Broderick Mullins
Monk Satellite Enthusiast
The Amazing Mrs. Novak Stockboy Vincent
Donna on Demand Utility Nerd
Dexter Langsbury
Splinterheads Wayne Chung
Community Samoan
2010 Romantically Challenged Registrar
2011 Swamp Shark Martin
Supah Ninjas Barry
State of Georgia (TV series) Leo 5 episodes
Man Up (TV series) Henry Trunka 2 episodes
2012 Lost Angeles Barista
Gulliver Quinn Mr. Martinson
House of Lies Manager
Happy Valley Kiko
The Mistle-Tones Larry
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Marcus 8 episodes
2014 Mr. Maple Leaf Mutt Owner
Miss Guidance Mr. Stern/Ma 2 episodes
Hart of Dixie Walter Wallen
2015 Cougar Town Change Customer
With This Ring (2015 film) Mikiko
Kevin From Work Ricky 10 episodes
Life in Pieces Honus
2016 Dice (TV series) Salesman
Heartbeat (2016 TV series) Dancer
Impastor Sean 2 episodes
2017 Love By The 10th Date Porsche
Walk of Fame Barista
All Exchanges Final Clerk
Keloid Dennis
Lady Dynamite Rodel Season 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1827430/
  2. ^ Perry, Byron (December 17, 2008). "Jason Rogel – Entertainment News, Los Angeles, Media". Variety. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  3. ^ Price, Crystal (June 18, 2010). ""Swamp Shark" nears end of production in Acadiana – KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana". Kplctv.com. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  4. ^ "Schedule". Syfy. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  5. ^ "Swamp-Shark - Cast, Crew, Director and Awards - NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. November 1, 2010. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  6. ^ http://www.backstage.com/bso/esearch/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003607611

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