Below is a compiled list of the most interesting facts about Jason Earles. Check it out!
Growing up the middle of five children, Jason Earles was always looking for a way to stand out and get a little attention. In the third grade, he stumbled upon theater, playing Hansel in “Hansel and Gretel” and acting quickly became his life. While growing up in Oregon and then attending Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, Jason began to hone his craft through class and in professional theater. A few roles include Billy Bibbit in “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” Alan Strang in “Equus,” Feste in “Twelfth Night,” and Ronnie Shaunnesy in “House of Blue Leaves,” which resulted in multiple Irene Ryan Nominations and runs with the Illustrious Virginia City Players and Montana Shakespeare in the Parks.
Interesting Facts about Jason Earles
- Graduated from Glencoe High School in Hillsboro, Oregon, class of 1995.
- He is a trained equestrian rider.
- He learned how to talk as though he had a cleft palate for a role in a play.
- His likeness was used to create Jackson’s Beach Treat Delivery on Disney Channel’s Web site.
- Is a fan of Elvis Presley.
- Has become close with the Cyrus family since he started working with Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus on Hannah Montana (2006).
- He loves going to the mountains so that he can go snowboarding.
- He likes to play video games in his spare time.
- He says that the school subjects he liked the most were science and math.
- His favorite sport is Baseball.
- He is mostly cast in teenage roles because he looks much younger than his actual age.
- He met his wife Jennifer while attending Rocky Mountain College.
Personal Quotes by Jason Earles
There is a little chubby kid in me just waiting to bust out. I usually go running but am looking for a good gym.- Jason Earles
Morning breath is the worst.- Jason Earles
Math and science were my favorite subjects besides theater.- Jason Earles
I don’t understand leggings. They were the worst trend of the ’80s.- Jason Earles
I talk to my parents more than anybody in my family.- Jason Earles