Jason Andors was born and raised in NYC. From age 11-14 his main hobbies were being the class clown and break-dancing. He was a member of various breaking crews, including Rock Boys, Fresh Creation, and Pop A-lots. With these groups, JASON competed and performed at many events.
He finally used his break-dancing skills to get himself accepted into the dance program at the High School Of Performing Arts. There he studied ballet and modern dance. (Two dance forms that he used to make fun of).
Jason Andors left high school during his senior year to study ballet at S.A.B., (The School of American Ballet). At night he would manage a pool hall. Pool slowly became another hobby of his. He studied dance at S.A.B for three years before sustaining injuries that ended his career.
For the next three years, Jason Andors hustled pool and competed in billiard competitions all over the N.Y.C area while trying to figure out what to do with his life.
Jason Andors finally decided to try to make his favorite hobby, cracking jokes, a profession. He entered “The Funniest College Student Contest” and won. He’s been doing comedy ever since.
He has performed at over 2000 venues throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Due to JASON’S N.Y.C. public school upbringing, he is comfortable performing in front of any crowd, whether all black, white, Spanish, or mixed. No venue is wrong for him.
He has appeared on BET’s Comic View four times, Comedy Centrals Premium Blend, and on Galavision’s Que Loco. Also for Comedy Central, Jason Andors wrote, produced and did voices for an animated pilot entitled Urbania.
Jason Andors currently finished writing a screenplay with his writing partner Justin Bua which they will also star in.
Jason Andors is on his way up!