Jason Abrams was a phenom in the world of DJ-ing and event organizing even at the young age of 13. He used skills gained from a musical family background to build his company Pro Disc Jockey Services to prominence in the showbiz region of Woodstock, NY.After training as an actor and model, he honed his stage skills while with the Woodstock Repertoire Theater.
Becoming a member of Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA, he soon made his way to New York City to pursue acting. Among other roles, he has played David Cohen in AMC’s “Mad Men,” the Australian Embassy Guard in HBO’s, “Flight of the Conchords,” and a comedic character in NBC’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”As with many artists, Abrams’ rising star has extended to other fields; in this case, producing. Several commercials and music videos have come from his brainchild, Time Will Tell Productions, incorporated in 2005.
Recently, he was producer of the Witness project “Red,” a psychological thriller. He also produced “Follow the Leader” a short film created as the prototype for the upcoming feature “Rite of Passage.”