Jason Gray: Mormon Actor

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Jason Gray Mormon Actor

Jason L. Gray is an actor, sketch comedian, writer, and original cast member of BYUtv’s Studio C. At Studio C, he is known for characters that he puts in out-of-the-ordinary situations, such as Batman, Snape, Gollum, Gandalf, and Darth Sidious.

Gray was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He is one of six sons. Gray served as a missionary to Argentina for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, of which he is a member.

His interest in sketch comedy started while he was a senior in high school when he created a short video he called “Sean Connery’s 7 Tips to Dating for Fools.” He is a big fan of Batman so wrote and starred in a parody of “The Dark Knight” called “The Dateman.” He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 2012. Gray intended to become a dentist, but while at BYU, he became involved with the "Divine Comedy" troupe, where he met fellow Studio C cast members. Matt Meese invited him to be part of Studio C at its inception. As of December 2018, the Studio C YouTube channel had more than 2 million subscribers.

In August 2018, Gray and fellow original cast members announced they would finish the ninth season of Studio C then move on to a new digital media network called JK! Studios. He was part of the sketch actors who performed in NBC's "Bring the Funny" in 2019.

Gray and his wife live in Utah County.