Jason Stojanovski’s promising career has seen him work alongside some of Australia’s best actors.
Starting acting classes when he was 12, Jason’s big screen debut was as a 15 year-old star in Subterano, a major Australian horror film. The storyline covers eleven souls, trapped in an underground carpark, are attacked by deadly, remote controlled toys and only a few survive.
Other film credits to date include Beat, a drama that tells the story of a young woman after her heart transplant, AFI award winner Suburban Mayhem, and the 7th Hunt, an independent Australian Horror film.
Jason has appeared in recurring guest roles in the Australian medical drama All Saints and in 3 scenes of Joe vs Carloe, based on the Tiger King saga.
A student of the Meisner Technique at The Actors Pulse and cerebral palsy advocate, Jason has revealed in an interview that his battle with the disease helped fuel his career and allowed him to “emotionally connect to and understand characters”.
Jason has appeared in several independent US films, including a lead role in the acclaimed What If - which won awards at Lewiston Auburn Film Festival, ReelHeart Film Festival, and Sandford Festival. The short film was also a short endorsed by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance of Australia.
He also appeared in 2020’s mini-series The Bench; which follows the story of a high-profile attorney who is critically wounded by police bullets and a young Muslim girl runaway who is caught in the cross-section of it all.
Other credits include commercials with Commbank and Ubet, among others and notable theatre performances include lead roles in 7 Pirates and Flack O’Feluca.