Jason Stephens is an Australian actor and comedian. He was educated at Wesley College, Melbourne and signed up as a writer on the second season of the ABC comedy The D-Generation, before graduating to the role of writer/performer on the latter years of D-Gen's Triple M radio show. Stephens also performed with Tony Martin, Mick Molloy and John Harrison on the 1991 radio show Bulltwang and was a writer/performer on the D-Gen's subsequent TV venture, The Late Show. Along with Mick Molloy, Stephens hosted the Late Show segment Muckrakers. After The Late Show ended, Stephens became involved in other TV comedy programmes, including a stint as director on the Network Ten comedy Totally Full Frontal. Today, Stephens is the Creative Director for FremantleMedia Australia, one of Australia's leading independent television production companies.
Stephens was the creator behind The Choir of Hard Knocks; he was also involved in chronicling the choir for the documentary series of the same name. He also produced The King, a telemovie based on the life of Graham Kennedy. The King won 3 Australian Film Institute Awards including Best Telefeature, Best Direction in a television drama and Best Actor in a television drama.