The Life and Career of Jason London
Jason Paul London was born on November 7, 1972. He and his twin brother, Jeremy London, were born in San Diego, California. Jason Londonís family included his twin brother, younger sister, father, and mother. Their family moved around the country a lot. Unfortunately in 1992 his family experienced a tragic loss when his sister died. She died in a car accident at the age of 16.
It was in Desosto, Texas, where Jason London began persuing acting. He was regularly acting in theater groups and participating in high school drama tournaments. Jason Londonís first acting break came in high school when he was cast in the movie "The Man In the Moon." During this time Jason temporarily relocated to Louisiana to film "The Man In The Moon." After the production was completed he later returned to school and graduated.
After high school graduation, Jason London worked to get his name known in Hollywood by starring in a number of big screen and made for television movies. Early movies in his career included "December," "Blood Ties," and "False Arrest."
In 1993 Jason London appeared in a popular Aerosmith music video. He appeared alongside Alicia Silverstone in Aerosmithís "Amazing" video. 1993 also helped skyrocket Jason Londonís popularity. This increase in fan devotion was thanks to the film "Dazed and Confused." Jason landed the lead role in "Dazed and Confused." "Dazed and Confused" was a film about high school students and their activities on their last day of high school. This film was popular with teenagers and young adults and it was what helped to make Jason London a household name.
It appears as if Jason Londonís specialty is independent and made for television films. While he has guest starred on a number of hit television shows, including "Seventh Heaven," "Wildfire," and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," his success seems to be in films. Popular films that Jason London starred in include, but are not limited to, "The Rage: Carrie 2," "Broken Vessels," "Out Cold," "Grind," and "Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story." In addition to acting, Jason London has recently started to show an interest in producing films. He was a co-producer on the 1993 film "Last Stand." More recently he co-produced "To Kill a Mockumentary" in 2006. Acting and producing is a passion for Jason London; therefore, it is likely that he will continue to appear in and produce amazing films.