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Jason Stuart, MAKING IT TO THE MIDDLE standup comedian: Mr. Media Radio Interview

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Comedian Jason Stuart insists, “Not happy, Mr. Media, you idiot! I said, ‘I’m gay!’”

When you think of one of the most prolific character actors, who is also an outrageous openly gay stand-up comedian, one name comes to mind... Jason Stuart. Stuart has been making people laugh out loud with his hysterical performances all over the country since coming out in 1993. He has accomplished what few other gay comics have ever achieved: brutal honesty with humor in a world that’s not always kind. Not only is Stuart an all-out crowd pleaser, he transcends the boundaries of race, gender and sexual orientation with his edgy comedic style. Stuart’s material about his experiences as a single Jewish gay man living in Hollywood is original, cutting edge and just plain funny.

Stuart has performed at all of the top comedy clubs, premiere comedy festivals and hundreds of gay events & prides, colleges & universities and even on Broadway.

Although his semi-celebrity came via stand-up, Stuart is also well known for his work as an actor playing gay and straight roles on more than 40 popular television shows. Stuart has wowed audiences on the TV screen with guest roles in hit shows such as “Will & Grace,” “George Lopez,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” “House” and “Charmed,” to name a few. He is probably best known for playing “Dr. Thomas”, the gay family therapist on “My Wife & Kids.”

Stuart's latest stand-up comedy DVD is Jason Stuart: Making It to the Middle.

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