Jason Ritter is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he studied at the Atlantic Theatre Company. He also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
Ritter can currently be seen in the Jesse Zwick directed film ABOUT ALEX. He will next been seen in the feature film “Hits,” by David Cross and “Seven Minutes,” directed by Jay Martin. He recently appeared in “I AM I,” directed by Jocelyn Towne and “There’s Always Woodstock,” directed by Rita Merson. Ritter starred on NBC’s critically acclaimed “Parenthood” as Lauren Graham’s love interest.
Ritter’s other film credits include: “Wild Canaries,” “Good Dick,” “The Education of Charlie Banks,” “Our Very Own,” “Happy Endings,” “Mumford,” and “Raise Your Voice.” Other television credits include series regular roles on “The Event’, “The Class” and “Joan of Arcadia.”
Ritter starred as the title character in the Lincoln Center production of Wendy Wasserstein’s “Third,”, directed by Daniel Sullivan. His additional theater credits include the Off-Broadway production of Tom Donaghy’s “The Beginning of August” and the role of ‘Tim’ in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s play “The Distance from Here” at London’s Almeida Theatre, directed by David Leveaux.