Jason Cermak’s acting career began in 2000 after meeting Matt Damon on location of “The Bourne Identity” in Prague, where Cermak was living at the time. His experience on that set encouraged him to get an agent and start training as a professional film and television actor. Since that time, he has amassed an impressive resume of television and film credits.
Most recently, Cermak co-starred in the third season of CBS’ “Zoo” as Sgt. Greg Mansdale and will be appearing in Netflix’s new comedic series “The Green Beret’s Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse.” He appeared last season in episodes of FX’s “Fargo” and ABC’s “Imaginary Mary,” and was also seen in the Lifetime movies “Death of a Vegas Showgirl” and “Where’s My Baby?” On the big screen, Cermak was in Fifty Shades of Grey and has appeared in numerous independent features.
Jason’s Hallmark credits are considerable, playing Tommy Sloan in Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Concrete Evidence: A Fixer Upper Mystery” and “Framed for Murder: A Fixer Upper Mystery.” Jason guest starred as Dr. Burns in two episodes of the Hallmark Channel original series “When Calls the Heart” and co-starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “Moonlight in Vermont.” He also appeared in “Garage Sale Mystery: The Novel Murders” and “Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery.”
Jason’s role of Dan Landis in “Eat, Play, Love” is his first leading man appearance in a Hallmark Channel original movie. Keep your eye on this rising star.