As of 2007, Jason Carter appeared in the third season of three different series. They are Angel in "Double or Nothing" (3.18), Charmed in "Power Outage" (3.8), and 3rd Rock from the Sun in "Eleven Angry Men and One Dick" (3.7) and "A Friend in Dick" (3.8).
The Babylon 5 character, Marcus Cole, was one of a several characters that were made into a 6" and a 9" action figure.
Jason's first appearance on Babylon 5 was in the 1995 episode "Matters of Honor" (season 3, episode 1).
At age 35, Jason Carter suffered a head injury when he fell backwards off the back of a bus in London.
Jason met his wife, Susie Singer, when they were both filming the episode "Born Tomorrow" (season 3, episode 18) of Sweating Bullets in South Africa.
Jason has done the readings for the audio books "Ill Met By Moonlight" by Sarah A. Hoyt and "Heaven Sent" by Alison Longstaff.
Jason co-wrote the documentary "The Biggs and Carter Experience" with his former Babylon 5 costar Richard Biggs.
Jason has provided the voice of James Bond, 007 in the video game "Golden Eye: Rogue Agent" and of Glorfindel in the video game "Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II - Rise of the Witch King."
In 2003 Jason won a Vampire/Gothic Film Series and Festival Award for Best Vampire Portrayal for the movie "Demon Under Glass".
Jason is 6' (1.83 m) tall.
Jason has dark brown hair and green eyes.
Jason has two younger brothers.
Jason is married to Susie Singer Carter; they have one daughter. His first wife's name was Ann, they have two boys.
Jason was Francis Ford Coppola's choice to play the title role in the film "Bram Stoker's Dracula".
In 2002, Jason was the sidewalk prophet in the Chevrolet Avalanche commercial.
Multi-talented Jason Carter is an actor, writer and poet.