Jasper Cole is a veteran character actor with over a 100 TV/film credits, Jasper continues his villainous streak having co-starred in the box office smash hit film, The Purge: Anarchy as a “Homeless Man” produced by Michael Bay and more. Cole remains interested in playing bad guys and homeless guys as he dished his interest in joining a daytime show in such a role. Cole also talks about his upcoming appearance on “Training Day” which airs tonight, read the full interview
Hollywood veteran “bad guy” Jasper Cole is that face you recognize even when the name eludes. This Saturday, April 15th, he guest stars on CBS’ freshman series, Training Day, which will serve as a tribute to the show’s star, the late Bill Paxton. Cole gives us a glimpse into the actor behind the manacing characters…
Fast 15 Q and A with Actor, Writer, & Producer Jasper Cole!
Recently had the great opportunity to catch up with Hollywood’s busiest “Bad Guy” Actor, Writer, and Producer Jasper Cole (CSI, MacGruber, Touched By an Angel, The Nanny, The Tonight Show) for the “Fast 15©” Q&A! His answers are in bold!
The life of a character actor is interesting. Almost as interesting as some of the parts they get to play. Viewers remember the face, but can’t always place it with a particular role or project. Out in public while at dinner or shopping for groceries, he’s that guy, you know the one, that was in, that funny movie, why can’t I remember the title, (”MacGruber”) no he was on that TV show (”CSI”), not that one the other TV show (”Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), no wait he was the commercial that was just on (”Direct TV”). For the last 26 years Jasper Cole has loved every minute of it.
On an ordinary September day while the majority of Americans are working at their regular jobs Hollywood’s go to “Bad Guy” veteran character actor Jasper Cole is making his way to five (5) different auditions for five (5) different film and television projects in Los Angeles.
Each audition is in a different location. As anyone who lives in Los Angeles or has visited their recently knows traffic is a nightmare. At certain points of each day traveling three (3) miles by can take an hour. Most people have to deal with the traffic twice a day, not seven or eight times like Jasper on this particular day. Even as he sits in bumper to bumper noon time traffic his upbeat positive attitude is contagious over the Bluetooth.
Maybe this is why when I look at his IMDB he has over 112 film and television credits. Those credits don’t include the 30 plus national commercials and countless theater roles which bring his total credits to around 175. That is an impressive body of work for any actor. Jasper a Georgia native takes nothing for granted and has no intention of slowing down.
In the next six months Jasper has several upcoming films releasing, including the highly anticipated Model Home, Captured, Savage Sistas, and The Ones Above. He is currently shooting an episode for the new CBS series “Training Day.”
In addition, Jasper hosts the popular syndicated podcast, “One On One With Jasper Cole” avail at iTunes, iHeartRadio, Stitcher and Spreaker. Also visit:
Following an impressive run with the wildly popular radio show, “On the Set With Jasper Cole” which he co-hosted with gossip columnist Dara Zane Scully and Ralph Cole Jr. veteran character actor Jasper Cole has entered the #NoFluffZone with the premiere of his newest radio show, “One On One With Jasper Cole.”
Broadcasting live every Wednesday at 8:00 pm/et (5:00 pm/pt) from Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, CA and airing on the UBN Radio Network, the new venture features “Hollywood’s Bad Guy” going “One On One” with today’s newsmakers from the world’s of politics, entertainment, sports, and music.
“Hosting ‘One On One With Jasper Cole’ has been a life-long dream of mine,” noted Cole. “I am excited to introduce our audience to newsmakers and share a side of each that the public has yet to see.”
“One on One With Jasper Cole” premiered Wednesday, July 1 with guests Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami, the Plaintiffs in the historical lawsuit against Proposition 8 that resulted in a landmark decision by the US Supreme Court that restored marriage for same-sex couples in the state of California.
On Wednesday, July 8, “One one One With Jasper Cole” welcomed “Living Single” star, actress/comedian Kim Coles and husband Reggie McKiver who shared their story of “finding love after 50” on the eve of “People” magazine and People.com running exclusive stories of their recent nuptials.
Fans can tune in at: http://ubnradio.com/channel-1/.
About Jasper Cole: As a veteran character actor with over a 100 TV/film credits, Cole continues his villainous streak in the upcoming theatrical releases, “Captured” opposite Brittany Curran and Kristin Prout, and “Model Home” alongside Kathy Baker. He will also be seen in the lead role in “Savage Sistas” and opposite Lynn Lowry and Mindy Robinson in “Dark Spirits.” Cole is perhaps best known for his scene-stealing performance opposite Val Kilmer in “MacGruber.” www.jaspercole.com
Inspired by The Hills Have Eyes, Eyesore Productions’ new horror film, Savage Sistas, aims to deliver a “new twist on a good old-fashioned horror film, packed with death and bloody retribution.”
Starring Erica Renee Davis, Denee Busby, Amazon Beard, Ladae Bond, Jasper Cole, Robert Mukes, and Corey Richardson, writer and director Dan Smith boasts Savage Sistas will have horror’s first leading cast composed of all strong African-American women.
When four homegirls from L.A. hit the road to Vegas for a weekend of fun, they find themselves lost on a desert highway and stalked by a family of psychotic, bloodthirsty rednecks.
Currently in development, Savage Sistas will have a Kickstarter campaign launch on July 8. Readers can follow the progress of the film on Facebook. Take a look at the trailer below.