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Jason Rogel

Jason Rogel

Jason Rogel (born 6 August 1976) is a Filipino-American actor.

In 2009, he played Langsbury, a police records clerk, on Showtime’s series DEXTER.


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His film credits include roles in Rim of the World (2019); Walk of Fame (2017); Lost Angeles (2012); Tales from the Catholic Church of Elvis! (2009); Splinterheads (2009); Donna on Demand (2009); Brown Soup Thing (2008); Zombies Ate My Prom Date (2008 Video); Rattle Basket (2007); Dementia: An Experiment in Terror (2006);The Quick and the Undead (2006);

TV Movies

His TV movies include Love by the 10th Date (2017); With This Ring (2015); Reinventing Cassie (2014); Gulliver Quinn (2012); Happy Valley (2012); The Mistle-Tones (2012); Swamp Shark (2011); and The Amazing Mrs. Novak (2009).


His Shorts include Red Nose (2015 Short); Princess Rap Battle (2018 TV Series short); Khol (open) (2018 Short); Keloid (2017 Short); All Exchanges Final (2016 Short); The Ding Dong Dings (2014 Short); Sessions (2014 Short); Por Pun (2014 Short); Mr Maple Leaf (2014 Short); Lydia Tan is Dead (2012 Short); Murder Squad (2009 Video short); The Watch (2009 Short); Potluck (2007 Short); The Appointment (2007 Short); and Asleep at the Wheel on the Road to Nowhere (2004 Short).


His TV credits include appearances on Raven's Home; Homecoming; Henry Danger; Bosch; This Is Us; Lady Dynamite; Impastor; Heartbeat; Dice; Life in Pieces; Kevin from Work; Pun Plip Pridays on Kababayan Today; Cougar Town; Hart of Dixie; Miss Guidance; Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous; Man Up; House of Lies; Romantically Challenged; Supah Ninjas; State of Georgia; Count Jeff; Second City This Week; Community; Monk; Bones; The Office; How I Met Your Mother; The Sarah Silverman Program; and Jimmy Kimmel Live!.


Jason has appeared in numerous theatre productions, working with such companies as East West Players, Katselas Theatre, LoudRMouth, The Garage Theatre Company, and Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Programs.

Personal Life[]

Jason Rogel was born and raised in Long Beach, CA. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Theatre Arts from California State University of Long Beach, and also studied at Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney. He later moved to Wellington, New Zealand. [1]