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Jason Croot’s Acting career started back in 2000. He completed an N.C.F.E. in performing arts in his native home County Yorkshire. Jason moved down to London in 2002 to pursue his acting career, training at the Poor School. He also completed a Drama Diploma at the University of Birbeck. His early stage performances included Demetrius in Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, Edmund Tyrone in Long Days Journey into Night, Biff in Death of a Salesman & Jerry in Pinter’s Betrayal. 2003 saw his Film career take off. Since then, he has acted in over 35 Short Films, one of which, The Neighbour (2004) swept awards in Paris, Barcelona and Athens. The role has a Paranoid Schizophrenic also was shown in Berlin, where it took 3rd place at the Berlinale. He has also acted in 22 feature films. He finished shooting on Freight (2010) with where he took on the role of Iosef a Romanian Criminal, In the same year Jason played Gilles De Rais, in Death of Love Cradle of Filth Music Video, Jason also appear alongside Tamzin Outhwaite as Bulgarian Hitman Popov in the ITV production The Fixer (2008) directed by the highly acclaimed Sam Miller, Jason Andrew Tiernan, was Screen Tested for Barry Levinson (2008). 2011 saw Croot appear as The Good Shepherd in the digital media production Nativity, directed by Bafta-winning Martha Fiennes In 2009 Jason moved into directing his Feature Film directorial debut, Le Fear (2010) which received some very good film reviews. Croot waited a few years to make a Follow-up Le Sequel (2016) which attracted interest from HBO and the creator of Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000) Larry Charles. Croot has been appearing in film cameo roles and focusing on filmmaking in recent years. Next year Croot will release his autobiography, which he wrote 70,000 words in 7 weeks, working night and day. The book is also a self-help book for actors and filmmakers. Croot aim’s to make a documentary film about his life with the same title My Ego Screwed My Acting Career


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