Jason Burkey

Jason Burkey Wiki, Age, Bio, Height, Movies, Tv Shows

Jason Burkey is a professional American actor, and writer. Burkey is popular for her appearance in Ordinary Joe in 2021, Dopesick in 2021, and The Resident in 2018.


Jason Burkey Wiki/Bio

Burkey was born in 1985. His exact date of birth is not known. In 2022, Jason becomes 37 years old. Jason receives popularity for her appearance in The Resident, Ordinary Joe, and Dopesick.


Body Appearance

Jason Burkey

Jason’s height is 5 feet 10 inches. Burkey has brown type hair and her eye color is brown. Jason’s skin tone is white. Jason has a good muscular body and he really loves to maintain his fitness.



Jason completed his graduation from Taylor University. His school-related information is not available.


Jason Burkey Family/ Parents

Burkey family or parents-related information is not available. Jason does not share any information about her family or Parents.


Jason Burkey Movies/Tv Shows

In 2009, Jason started her acting career by appearing in the film “Alumni”. He played the role of Zack. It was a Tv Movie.

In 2010, Jason worked in one short film “Date This” as Jimmy, and “The Trial” as a Prisoner. The Trial is a Gary Wheeler direct drama film.

Jason worked in many films in 2011. It includes “23rd Psalm: Redemption” as Sam, “Loser Take All” as Peter, and “October Baby” as Jason.

In 2012, Jason appeared in “For the Glory” as Kurt and “The 10 Commandments of Chole” as Brandon.

In 2014, Jason worked in “Coffee Shop” as Kevin and “Mom’s Night Out” as Disc Jockey.

“Woodlawn” as Insurance Customer in 2015.

In 2017, Jason appeared in “Road Less Traveled” as Spencer. It was a Tv Movie.

In 2018, “I Can Only Imagine” as Mike.

Jason worked in “My Sweet Holiday” as Alex, and “Doom Patrol” as Specs in 2020.

In 2021, Jason appeared in “Stars Fell On Alabama” as Bryce Dixon.


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