Jason is an advocate against psychiatric drugging of children, particularly a drug called Ritalin.
Jason said at the Breakout convention that he wished Logan and Veronica had ended up together at the end of the series, Veronica Mars.
Jason starred in the 2000 Disney Channel Original Movie Ready to Run.
On Veronica Mars, Jason's character Logan Echolls was originally supposed to be named Logan Hewitt.
Jason was nominated for an Ivy award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (2005-2006) for playing Logan Echolls in Veronica Mars.
Jason's favourite movies are The Godfather, Men In Black and The Water Boy. He lists One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Jerry Maguire, and Crash to be his other favorites. Among the TV shows, he's a fan of Family Guy and season one of Deadwood.
Jason is an expert skier. He also enjoys snowboarding, water skiing, golf, and boxing.
Jason was interviewed on TV Guide podcast on October 26, 2005.
Jason has played larger role in the indie thriller Black Cadillac and plays Timothy McVeigh in the upcoming film Dreamland. He was also in the movie Train Quest playing Johnathan and in Walking on Water playing Will Taylor.
Jason's nicknames are JD and Jay.
Jason enjoys playing the bad guy on Veronica Mars.
Jason says people should watch Veronica Mars because "the writing is so creative, so original, so edgy, funny and sad. And if you got good (being bold again) actors acting it, and good crew guys crewing it, you got it all."
Jason enjoys working with the Veronica Mars cast.
Jason actually reads fan's feedback about Veronica Mars.
Jason's role of Logan was supposed to only be a guest starring role in the pilot of Veronica Mars.
Jason originally auditioned for the role of Duncan on Veronica Mars.
Jason didn't know any of the actors on Veronica Mars prior to the show.
Jason says he is not like the character he plays on Veronica Mars.
Jason's parents' names are Doug and Laurie. Doug is the owner of 'Dohring Company' a firm based in California and is the CEO of Neopets.
Jason appeared in the TV commercials for Honda, Pepsi, and Domino's Pizza.
As of 2006, Jason is married to his wife Lauren since 2004.
Jason is 5'11 (1.80 m) tall.
Jason Dohring is a second-generation Scientologist.
Jason is the older brother of two sets of twins: Robert and Jonathan and Kristen and Kelsey.
Jason: My favorite on screen moments are when you are really there and you know you're creating something. That's so exciting…it's why you come to work.
Jason: (On his wife's reaction to the attention he's getting from female fans) Oh it's no problem, I don't know. It's not like I'm sleeping with any of those fans,, ha ha, so I don't think it's too much of a problem for my wife. We're just fantastic friends so it's cool.
Jason: (On Josef from "Moonlight") I was immediately fascinated with the character. Very, very, very sharp, you know? I don't know, very keen, has a very hard edge. And I'm starting to get how Josef walks with references to past vampires, they're just a little more graceful and aware of their movement, more awareness of how they are perceived.
Jason: I began acting at age eight, but if you don't stay on your game then people pass on you. Being on a show, it's a little easy to get comfortable, so I'm trying to get back on it. I'm taking some acting classes and watching movies, and I'm just trying to stay up with other actors.
Jason: I feel for [the character] Veronica Mars [from the show of the same name] so much when I'm watching at home. It is a wonderful story. The writing is consistently funny, biting, charming, heart-wrenching, etc. I also like the look of it. The cinematography - different from any other show.
Jason: It sucks to be the runner-up because I've been the runner-up for a long time in my career. I would get so close and then lose a huge movie and sometimes it's one kid who beats you out for three different movies. It's so frustrating at the time, but what's so great is the lesson you take from that, which is, 'I've got to get better.' It forces you to be so good that even if you don't look right for the part, they don't take the guy who looks right because they have to have you.
Jason: (What he hopes for the rest of his career) To be the best - that's the goal.
Jason: I love the creating part of taking on a character. It is fun to be another person and create what it would be like to be that person.
Jason: I would love to do more movies. I'd like to get into some theater, too, if I could, just to learn more. I want to do gritty performances that I'm proud of. It doesn't matter to me if four people see it or millions of people see it, as long as I perform in such a way that people go, 'Wow!'
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