Jason Barnett is a British actor known for his work in the TV series Agatha Raisin (2014), Lee and Dean (2017), and Waffle the Wonder Dog (2018), and the web series Bridgerton (2020).
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Jason Barnett was born in Shrewsbury, England. In 2000, Jason Barnett made his film debut with ‘The Sight’ in a minor role of ‘Security Guard.’
He has acted in a few films, Superbob (2002), One Man and His Dog (2004), Cinderella (2015), London Road (2015), and Click & Collect (2018). He made his TV debut with the 2004 series, Little Britain in an uncredited role.
He has acted in many TV series such as Stupid (2005), Coming of Age (2007), The Slammer (2010), The Legend of Dick and Dom (2011), Playhouse Presents (2013), The Javone Prince Show (2015), Jonathan Creek (2016), Porridge (2017), Bliss (2018), Tracey Breaks the News (2018), Agatha Raisin (2014-20), and Waffle the Wonder Dog (2019-20).
He made web debut with the 2020 series Bridgerton as ‘Jeffries.’
He has acted in several theatre plays; the most famous ones being, The Visit, Saint George and the Dragon, Emil and the Detectives, War Horse, and Amato Saltone. Some of his other theater works include The Winter’s Tale, Instructions for Correct Assembly, The Victorian in the Wall, Life of Galileo, Mogadishu, The Fixer at the Almeida, The World Cup of 1966, The Tempest, and The Enchanted Island.
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: Black
- Food: Sushi
- TV Show: MasterChef UK
- Plays: Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, Henry IV, Part 1 by William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure Illustrated by Thomas Middleton and William Shakespeare, Big White Fog by Theodore Ward
- Musical Group: The Kids from “Fame”
- Jason Barnett likes to read, watch television and films, and cook.
- Many of his close friends in industry and family members call him ‘Paul’ with love.
- He turned producer with the 2010 short film It’s About Time.
- He has done programs in radio such as The Thickness, Somewhere in England, The No 1. Ladies’ Detective Agency, A Boy, Moll Flanders, Charles Paris, The Victorian, in the Wall, The Power and the Glory, Life Lines, and Blood and Milk.