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BURNT OAK
Leicester Square Theatre, London

"Jason Wing’s performance as Susan’s ex-con father swings from quiet subtlety to explosive rage so frequently and convincingly that I’m genuinely concerned for the man’s health."

" Never before have I seen an actor put so much into a performance.  Displaying that level of energy and intensity every night and twice on Saturdays can’t be healthy, but it does make for a bloody exceptional performance."

Adam Dolan
Spoonfed

   
     

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JASON WING - BIOGRAPHY
2014 is proving to be a dynamic year for Jason. Feature films that he enjoyed playing lead roles in last year are now close to release and currently he is filming another starring role in Nick Winter's latest horror epic THE SKULL.

Due for release in October 2014 is feature length movie DEAD AND AWAKE where Jason plays the leading role Popeye - a psychopathic killer (trailer) (webpage).

Also with filming completed in 2013 comes LOST A GIRL where he plays a guilt ridden anti-hero brother to a sister he accidently crippled in a car accident in this action thriller set in London's docklands (website).

Moreover his acclaimed film KILLER HEELS has just won an award at the Portobello Film Festival.

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These powerful character roles develop his established on screen notoriety with an energy and persona that places him into the same league of British heavyweight actors such as Ray Winstone and Gary Oldman.  Often tinged with the pathos of irony or sadness, his characters have a truly three dimensional edge.

Jason originally trained at London’s Drama Centre, winning a Sir Anthony Hopkins scholarship.  Though a native Londoner, Jason’s surname stems from the fact that he is half Cherokee and half Clapham Junction.

Jason also writes professionally for film and theatre and his self penned screenplay THE BALLAD OF MULLA AND MULLINS premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2010 with Alan Ford in the lead role as a poetical hitman.

 
     
 
 
   
     
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