Jason Stewart started his comedy career in 1993 at the tender age of eighteen. In 2000 he began managing the renowned Tacoma Comedy Underground in Tacoma, WA sister club to The Seattle Comedy Underground, encouraging the many starts of numerous successful comedians in today's entertainment industry.|
He made his debut on the Howard Stern Show on December 14, 2005 and has been a regular guest ever since. He was also an original member of the show's national touring stand up comedy troupe "The Killers of Comedy" .
Stewart is also a skilled comedy writer and has written for several TV shows and celebrity roasts including; The Next Best Thing (ABC Television), The Gene Simmons Roast (A&E), The Andy Dick Roast on Howard Stern on Demand, The Robin Quivers Roast on Howard on Demand, Dee Snider Roast on Axs and is also a current contributing writer to The Seattle Seahawks online content.
These days Jason can be seen all over the country not only as a highly regarded stand-up headliner but also as an accomplished show producer. Jason is one of the only comedians ever to perform in front of over 500,000 people in 3 days at Hempfest in Seattle. Aside from this credit he can't remember much else about it.
He has appeared as a headliner and special feature in such places as the Stockton Arena, Punchline Comedy Club in Sacramento and San Francisco; House of Blues in Mandalay Bay, Nevada; Borgatta Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City; Moore Theater in Seattle; Rose Garden Arena in Portland; Key Club in Hollywood; 4th and B in San Diego; Vic Theater in Chicago; New York Comedy Club in Boca Raton, Florida; Lakeland Center in Lakeland, Florida; Stand Up New York in New York; Carolines on Broadway in New York.
Stewart has also made numerous appearances with comedians such as Craig Gass, Jim Florentine, Mitch Hedberg, Doug Stanhope, Dave Attell, Tommy Chong, Colin Quinn, Jim Norton, Lewis Black, Dwight Slade, and Michael Winslow, etc.
Concrete Theatre (View)
45920 Main Street
Concrete, WA 98237
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|