As an actor, Jason Woods has won acclaim for his performance as Elwood P. Dowd in the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Harvey, and critics have dubbed his portrayal as tortured genius Ludwig Van Beethoven in Moises Kaufman’s Tony-nominated play 33 Variations as masterful. In the challenging role of Thomas Cromwell in Wolf Hall, his performance was called "...extraordinary, nuanced...a powerhouse of acting."
His solo stage performance of A Christmas Carol is now in its eighth year and continues to captivate, enchant and build audiences each holiday season. Read a review here. He is currently represented by Avery Sisters Entertainment in Atlanta, Georgia. He lends his voice to a wide range of projects that are heard in private corporate settings, video games, documentaries, and commercials.
Woods is also a sought after director, with credits that include his original works St George & the Dragon and Peter Pan, A New Adaptation.