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Jason Stewart (actor)

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Jason Michael Stewart is a Sports Broadcasting professional who has spent 20 years working in TV and radio. He is also an actor.


Stewart was born in Falls Church, Virginia (just outside Washington D.C.) on October 16, 1972. Stewart is a graduate of Cal State Fullerton where he received his degree in Broadcast Communications.

Stewart is currently the Executive Producer of the radio show L.A. Today with Bill Reiter and Leeann Tweeden on AM570 LA Sports. A property of Iheartmedia.

Stewart booked the guests and screened calls during The Jim Rome Show in his 14 years there ending in 2013.[1] On the show he was also known as "J-Stew" and "Mr. Automatic". Houston band Three Day Weekend wrote a song about him called "Mr. Automatic," celebrating his unique appearance and his talents as a contributor on the show.

Stewart is a member of the Screen Actors Guild . Has been an actor since 2001. Has appeared on the reality TV series Blind Date, TV Movie executive producer Stan Brooks cast him in the USA Network TV movie Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss. His other TV movie acting credits include Murder at the Presidio (USA Network), The Capture of the Green River Killer (Lifetime Movie Network), and Everything She Ever Wanted (Lifetime Movie Network). He has also made three guest appearances on network sitcoms: first in ABC's According to Jim and then two episodes of Gary Unmarried on CBS starring Jay Mohr.


  1. ^ "3/8/2013 Jason Stewart's Farewell Show". The Jim Rome Show website.

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