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Jason Jones was born 1973 and is a Canadian comedian known best for his work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Jones was born in Hamilton, Ontario. He attended Ryerson Theater School in Toronto. Jones is married to fellow The Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee, with whom he has two children: daughter Piper Bee-Jones (born 2006), and son, Fletcher Bee-Jones (born 2008).
In September 2005, Jones joined the Daily Show cast as a contributor. When his wife left the show in late December for family leave, Jones was promoted to a full time correspondent. Thereafter, he won a significant following at The Daily Show, thanks to a few pieces on the Denmark cartoons, Carl Monday, and Laguna Beach. Before Rob Corddry left the Daily Show he said, "Jason Jones has raised the bar too high. I just can't say the things he says to people." His exposé on the real values of Wasilla, Alaska remains one of the most popular pieces on The Daily Show website. Jones and Bee each continue to appear on the show as senior correspondents. Most recently, he was sent to Tehran to cover the historic presidential election.
Jones has also done various television work with his Canadian sketch comedy troupe The Bobroom, and was the host of Craft Corner Deathmatch on the Style Network in 2005. He also co-wrote, co-starred in, and co-produced the 2004 film Ham & Cheese, with fellow Bobroom alumnus Mike Beaver; the film was nominated for six Canadian Comedy Awards in 2005. He has also had minor roles in numerous feature films – such as the 2003 Public Domain, also starring Don McKellar and Nicole DeBoer – and appeared in the TV show Queer as Folk. He has also appeared on the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, playing the role of Tony, Stella (Sarah Chalke)'s boyfriend. Jones is currently working on a CBS sitcom about a celebrity chef (to be played by Jones), with his wife, Samantha Bee.
Jones did further work in a series of television advertisements, including a series for beer brand Molson, and appearing as Greg Gregger in Budweiser's short films The Best Man and The Company Man, as well as in some 30-second commercials. Jones had a supporting role in the 2009 movie All About Steve.