Mr. Wiles prefers quiet nights with close friends rather than going out and raging till dawn.
Jason Wiles volunteered at the disaster site at Ground Zero in New York. He also attended funerals for those who perished that day.
Wiles participated in The Top Cop Awards (2002) in New York City as a celebrity presenter.
As a youth Jason described himself as a troublemaker and his loathe towards cops not knowing he would change and play as a cop on a show.
Jason Wiles has a part in the movie Zodiac (2007) as Lab Tech Dagitz. Wiles is also producing, directing, and writing the movie Play Dead to be released in 2008.
Jason Wiles is part of the cast of "Living Hell" (2007). He plays Glenn Freeborn in this horror thriller.
Json Wiles spends time in both his homes in LA and NY.
Jason loves to play golf and even took lessons between shoots of 90210.
Their son, Wilke Jackson Wiles born in June 2004.
His daughter Georgia Blue was born in July of 2001.
Jason married Joanne, a literary agent, on November 16, 1996.
At 19, after playing a non-speaking part in the Paul Newman-Joanne Woodward film Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Wiles moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting full time.
Jason, during the summer of 2003, starred in the play SAFE along with Coby Bell (Ty Davis), a play co-written by Anthony Ruivivar (Carlos Nieto).
Jason Wiles Theatre work includes:
SAFE---Truss (2003, Imua! Theatre Company)
Mass Appeal---Mark Dolson (2002, Cape Playhouse)
Jason Wiles starred in the set of "A House Divided"(2006 Pilot) starring as Tom Sampson. Unfortunately the show never aired.
Heart of the Beholder---Don Deetz (2004)
Open House---Chuck Baker (2003)
The Underworld---(1997, Made for TV)
Kitchen Party---Steve (1997)
Out of Nowhere---Brad Johnson (1997, Made for TV)
Windrunner---Greg Cima (1995)
Kicking and Screaming---Skippy (1995)
Higher Learning---Wayne (1995)
Roadracers---Teddy Leather (1994)
Sometimes They Come Back---classroom student (1991)
To Have and To Hold---Michael McGrail (1998)
Beverly Hills, 90210---Colin Robbins (1995-96)
Big Boys Don't Cry---Tony (1993, After School Special)
Jason Wiles was in the Bon Jovi music video "Always" with Carla Gugino, Jack Noseworthy and Keri Russell in 1994.
Wiles is 5'9"(1m75) & 160
(Referring to how Eddie Cibrian beat him in the TV Guide "You Sexy Thing" poll)
Jason Wiles: Oh no, I didn't have a chance. Eddie is my close friend, but he is much more beautiful than I am, dimples and all. He blows me out of the water. I'm a scrub next to him."
(During his first visit to Ground Zero in New York)
Jason Wiles: The chief of police stopped me to say hello and his wife was there saying 'Look who's here! Look who's here!'. I had no idea that this guy would watch the show. That's a pretty big compliment.
(Referring to the show Third Watch)
Jason Wiles: When I first started the show, I was known as the 'cop nerd.' I was in the 9th Precinct in the East Village every day. I'd be at work wearing a fake bulletproof vest with foam in it, then I'd leave and put on a real one to ride around with these guys
(Referring to the events on 9/11 and his thoughts after that day)
Jason Wiles: That first day back was strange. I feel so associated with the police department. I know I'm not a cop. It's just fiction. Still -- it's just hard to explain.
Jason Wiles: I was always a clown. In the eighth grade I won a city speech contest by doing an Eddie Murphy routine. I'm no good at public speaking, but if I can assume a role and speak as that person, then I'm fine. When I had to give a book report, I always did it in character.