Jason Marsden

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Jason Marsden

Born

1/3/1975, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Birth Name

Jason Christopher Marsden

Gender

Male

Also Known As

Jaxon Marsden
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Jason Marsden was born January 3, 1975 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. He's largely known for numerous voice roles in animated films, as well as his role in the TV series Eerie, Indiana. His film career began in 1985/1987. As a child, Jason was surrounded by dancers and…more

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    • Jason Marsden: It's not like a corporate job where the more you accumulate on your resume and the more hours you put in, the higher up you get; it's simply not the case. That being said, if I had known that and known what kind of career I'd get into, I still would have pursued it.

    • Jason Marsden: Voice-acting, on the fun meter, is off the scale. You show up, you don't have to be all primped up, or dressed up. And you get to work with some amazing people, and goof off for four hours.

    • Jason Marsden: I'm more of a visual person, but I think that reading's extremely important. But I'm very easily distracted. It takes certain books to really grab you in.

    • Jason Marsden: I collect action figures, mostly. I have a Batman room, with just Batman stuff, and I have a Disney collection.

    • Jason Marsden: Everyone loves Disney, it just has a special place in everyone's heart.

    • Jason Marsden: All the voiceover actors that I've worked with are the most down-to-earth, charismatic, unaffected people, and the most talented people you could ever have the pleasure of knowing.

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  • He's so awesome!!

    10
    An voice actor is truly great when you cannot recognize their various works, and Jason Marsden is one of the greats. I never would have guessed it was him playing some of those roles. XD He's an amazing actor too. I loved his appeareances on Step by Step, Full House, and Boy Meets World. He wasn't fake and it wasn't obvious that he was acting. I also loved his roles in those shows because usually his character was suppossed to be funny, and Jason pulled it off wonderfully. He's just an amazingly talented person. He should have been a bigger star.moreless
  • Great!

    9.0
    I have not seen all or most of Jason's work, but what I have seen I like. I first saw him on Boy Meets World. Well, to be honest, I probably first saw him on Full House, but he was only on there for three episodes and I don't remember it (in original run), so I'll go with BMW. Anyway, I first saw him on Boy Meets World. He was great. He was funny. I was upset when he left Boy Meets World, but then he landed a role on Step by Step and it worked. He's a funny guy and he plays those roles so well. Its as if the roles he's played, Jason on Boy Meets World and Rich on Step by Step were tailored for him. I don't think anyone else would've brought justice to those roles.

    He's great with voice over roles. I've heard him on Gummi Bears; as Max (on many Disney shows/movies), Goofy's son; and my favorite as Tino on the Weekenders. He's really got a great voice and a great attitude for voice over work.moreless
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