Rick Reader and Jason Dixie

Sat, Oct 20, 2018

Rick Reader and Jason Dixie

with Rick Reader

Jason Dixie is a rubber-face Comic/Actor who has starred in many television ads and feature films. His comedy career spans the course of 20 years. Jason did his very first comedy show at the young age of 16 years old. After that show, he was hit by the comedy bug. A little after he started in the comedy business, success soon followed. By the time he was 18 he was working with Joe Torry and other comedy stars. From there, he went on to star in a National P.S.A. commercial by the time he was 19 teen. The commercial later led to his feature film debut in the critically acclaimed and award winning "In the Company of Men" as the "Intern" co-starring along side Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight and Battle Los Angeles) in 1997. After the success of that film. Jason went on to co-star along side famed actor David Carradine (The Legend of Kung-Fu and Kill Bill Vol. 1&2) and Mariel Hemmingway (Star 80 and Manhattan). He ended up being cut out of the film "American Reel", but his name still made it in the end credits. Jason continues to perform on stage and in independent films. He has worked at many comedy clubs and venues throughout the mid-west and abroad. He continues to hone his comedy and acting skills. Some of the stars he has worked with are the late great "King of Comedy" Bernie Mac,singing super star Usher, and comic/actor Mike Epps(Next Friday, Sparkle) just to name a few.He has several new independent films coming out. A part in "Proxy" and "Sand Castles". Jason continues to work many diverse audiences all over the country. Keep your eyes peeled for this hilarious and talented comic/actor.

Rick Reader

Rick Reader
Comedian Rick Reader has been performing for 25 plus years. Rick has appeared on many radio, television, and stage shows throughout the United States Canada, and Europe. He also has been seen on the HBO Comedy Network and Comedy Central just to name a few.
Corporate Clients:
Pepsi Cola
SCA Chemical Services
Tokheim Corporation
General Motors
DL Communications