On the Set with Jasper Cole
About the Show
An inside look at the entertainment business from someone who does it all. Join host “Hollywood’s Bad Guy”, Veteran Character Actor Jasper Cole and his “way too gay” side-kick, Comedian Ralph Cole, Jr each week as they bring you a behind the scenes look at all things Hollywood and beyond with “Real Housewives of Orange County’s” Dara Zane Scully. It’s edgy, funny and in your face but above all, IT’S REAL. So pull up a seat at the table and if you can’t take the heat, then get out of the kitchen.
Jasper has obtained critical acclaim for his work on Michael Eisner’s Emmy Nominated series, Prom Queen, his unforgettable stint on Everybody Hates Chris and his recurring role on the ABC series, The Forgotten, starring, Christian Slater. He recently guest starred on HBO’s hit series Funny Or Die Presents and appears regularly in various comedy sketches for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Film and TV audiences can also soon see Jasper as “Reno”, the bad cowboy, in the new Showdown at Seven commercial for the popular movie website, Fandango.
Jasper has managed to compile a distinguished list of over 100 TV and film credits. Once established as Hollywood’s “bad guy”, it was a matter of time before Jasper graced the big screen. He has appeared in multiple films such as 18 Again, Alien Nation, Get Your Stuff, Friday the 13th Part VIII, and Urban Assault-TKO. Jasper flaunted his sinister side and became an International sensation as Val Kilmer’s sidekick, “Zeke Pleshette” in the blockbuster MacGruber alongside Ryan Phillipe, Kristin Wiig and Will Forte. Jasper is also the radio host of the syndicated “On the Set With Jasper Cole,” and will be starring in the upcoming films; “Hansel & Gretel,” “Model Home,” “Captured,” and “Rock-a-bye Road Cinema Thrills.” In addition, Jasper is presently appearing in several episodes of the hit Nick TV series, “Victorious” in their new season and “Hansel & Gretel” is set for its worldwide release January 2013.
Ralph Cole Jr. Biography:
Ralph is an award winning actor with phenomenal timing. The N.A.A.C.P. Theater Awards honored him in their Best Supporting Actor category for Larry Hart’s Sisterella, produced by the late, great Michael Jackson. On Film…The Soloist, Eating Out: The Open Weekend, K-11, On TV: Dexter, Harry’s Law, Two and A Half Men, Desperate Housewives.
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