Jason Tisi was born in upstate, New York. He has also resided in southern California, Europe, Boston, and now Central Florida. Jason has been in the performance arts since early childhood, playing trumpet professionally for many years starting at age 15 and now plays the ukulele. He has worked in television and radio broadcasting being the eye-in-the-sky as a former NBC New England affiliate traffic reporter as well as radio news anchor and alternative rock disc jockey. Jason's voice has been heard on several radio and television commercials and he played a recurring character on the nationally syndicated radio show, Mancow's Morning Madhouse on Q101 out of Chicago. His television appearances include several small bits episodes of the late Glen Larson production, 'Nightman', where he was often seen as a bartender. Jason also appeared in several episodes of the hit USA Network series 'Silk Stalkings' as a Coroner's Assistant and starred in season 1 of the Time Warner Cable comedy series, 'The House'. However, while filming on location for Silk Stalkings, Jason saw a car stunt and shifted gears himself and added precision and stunt driving to his actor tool box. As a race car driver he was behind the wheel of the #21 Monte Carlo SS in the Pure Stock Division at the NASCAR Home Track, Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts. Jason has appeared in several MTV, BET, and World Star Hip Hop music videos, including Monty, Remy Boyz & the Zoo Gang, Machine Gun Kelly, Chris Webby, Joyner Lucas, Chief Keef, Shy Glizzy ft. Plies, Token, Prince Smooth, and more. Jason works on both Hollywood and independent films. In early 2018, he finished his first feature length screenplay, and has another in the works. He's also a graduate of the Harley Davidson Riding Academy and rides a 2018 Harley Davidson Sport Glide.
|Movie||Black Wake||Deputy Larson||2018-08-07|
|Movie||Ghostbusters||Precision Driver (uncredited)||2016-07-14|
|Series||Night Man||Bartender (uncredited)||1997-09-20|
|Series||Silk Stalkings||Coroner's Assistant (uncredited)||1991-11-07|
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