Jason Antoon has appeared in numerous films and television shows, most recently as the pill popping Dr. Ken on TNT’s hit dramedy “Claws.” He made his feature film debut in Steven Spielberg’s “Minority Report” and appeared in “Two Weeks Notice” and “Music & Lyrics.”
Antoon’s television credits include “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Shameless,” “iZombie,” “Modern Family” and “Sex and the City.”
He was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Supporting Actor for the 2000 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Contact” at Lincoln Center Theater. In 2018, his first book, “The Cursed Frog and Other Fairy Tales For Adults,” was published by Dutch Kills Press.
Antoon grew up in Pacific Palisades CA and raised in a sports family. After realizing his brother was a better athlete, Antoon started participating in drama in high school. He collects foreign copies of “The Catcher in the Rye.”
Antoon’s birthday is Nov. 9. Follow in on Instagram and Twitter @jasonantoon.