Jason Farries

Jason is an actor and director. His film credits include Jack In The Box: Awakening and Letters For Lost Lovers.

Played Gerald Croft in Priestley’s An Inspector Calls (now available on YouTube) which he also directed. Lyrebird (Warner Bros. Starring Guy Pearce. Directed by Dan Friedkin), Death of a Miser. A brief appearances in Breathe (directed by Andy Serkis ), King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (Director – Guy Ritchie ) Star Wars: The Last Jedi (directed by Rian Johnson), The Last Vermeer with Guy Pearce (directed by Dan Friedkin).

On stage he has played the lead in The Picture of Dorian Gray in which he toured of Italy from 2017 to 2018. Jason played Dorian in over 200 performances.

In 2019 a Shakespeare double bill playing the leads Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing at The Groundlings Theatre and tour.

Television work include playing Wifred Owen, reading his own poetry in Cunk on Britain for the BBC.

Also for the BBC the mini series Close to the Enemy (directed by Stephen Poliakoff) and Goodbye Blue Michael.

Voice over work for video games. Several short films the most recent is Gunpowder and Lead. He played the role of the boxer in The Brawler, The Pride of Atticus Lee co-starring Julian Glover, Vernon Dobtcheff and Lisa Bowerman.

The Voodoo Man which he wrote directed and played the lead. His performance and the film it self has won awards in L.A. for Best Actor and best mystery short.


Trained at Stratford Upon Avon College studying Shakespeare and classic literature.

R.A.D.A. Courses in classic and contemporary drama. Voice, movement and improvisation.

AVOC in Acting. A – Level Drama and Theatre Studies.

Performing in student productions of Road musicals Beauty and the Beast, Hairspray as well as playing Algernon Moncrieff in The Importance of Being Ernest.

BA Hons Degree in Digital Film Making at Middlesex University Oxford.

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