Posts Tagged ‘Jason Boegh’

Check out our New Film “Like You Mean It”

May 21, 2014

LYMI poster1Hey readers,

I wanted to share with you a new project I have been working on, the film Like You Mean It. This film is the first feature I have Co-Produced after two shorts that I also appeared in, the things i cannot change, and the multi-award winning Dirty Talk. It was a thrill to be able to produce a feature that I know you all will love.

Like You Mean It is an intimate drama about two men (Mark and Jonah) determined to fall back in love. The film was written and directed by Philipp Karner who also plays Mark and Co-Produced the film. Karner who has had great success as an actor on both TV (CSI: Miami, Mistresses, Will & Grace) and the big screen (Kiss the Bride and his current festival award winner Diving Normal) has crafted a lovely film about relationships that everyone can relate to. It costars Denver Milord (Jack Reacher) as Jonah along with a fabulously talented cast LYMI STILLincluding Gillian Shure (Diving Normal, CSI), Claudia Graf (Love & Mercy, The Exes), Andrew Dits (My Crazy Roommate, The Bold & The Beautiful), Scotty Crowe (Diving Normal, Rita Rocks, Shameless), Hilary Ward (Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds), Sheila Korsi (Off Their Rockers) and Adrian Quinonez (Castle, CSI).

We shot the movie last month with an amazing crew on a shoe string budget, and we have just launched an Indiegogo campaign to complete the film and help it reach as wide an audience as possible. Please take a look at the video below which tells you all about Like You Mean It and includes some great footage.


Like You Mean It

If you like what you see and are able to contribute to the Like You Mean It campaign, we would be incredibly grateful. Here’s the link to the campaign.

Like You Mean It on Indiegogo–2/x/415305

Check back with the campaign for new videos, footage, music from Denver Milord (who wrote an original song for the film) and more as we will update it in the weeks ahead. You can also follow Like You Mean It on Facebook, Twitter,and  IMDB .

Thank you so much for checking out our new movie Like You Mean It, supporting us and independent film. Cant wait for you to see it on the festival circuit and in a theatre near you!

All the Best,
Jason Boegh

LYMI Fall 2


My 2014 Emmy Nomination Wish List

May 17, 2014

Hey everyone,
What's In The Box?I’m baaaaack… Sorry for the delay between posts, but luckily I have been quite busy. I shot an episode of Grey’s Anatomy opposite the lovely Sandra Oh (more on her later), booked a new webseries to shoot in June, and Co-Produced my first feature film Like You Mean It. It’s been a wonderful time, but I have missed ya’ll.

So, I’m back with another blog on entertainment awards because I’m a little obsessed. TV’s big night, The Emmy Awards, will happen in late August with nominations due in early July. With that said, I am hereby recommend the following people on my Emmy Nomination Wish List… Now don’t fret, I still love a ton of people and shows that will probably grab nominations like Downton Abbey, Maggie Smith, Sofia Vergara and Clare Danes. However, I wanted to shine a light on some serious long shots along with my personal favorites and a few surprises. Take a look below and then let me know who you’d love to see grab an Emmy nomination this year.

2014 Emmy Nomination Wish List:

Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife (what a stellar year!)robin hoc
House of Cards
Masters of Sex

Lead Actress Drama:
Lizzie Caplan (Masters of Sex)
Mirielle Enos (The Killing)
Juliana Marguiles (The Good Wife)
Tatiana Maslaney (Orphan Black)
Kerry Washington (Scandal)
Robin Wright (House of Cards)

Lead Actor Drama:
Demian Bichir (The Bridge)
Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad)The-Killing-04-Mireille-Enos-Joel-Kinnaman
Joel Kinnaman (The Killing)
Matthew McConaughey (True Detective)
Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex)
Kevin Spacey (House of Cards)

Supporting Actress Drama:
Christine Baranski (The Good Wife)
Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) ~ how has she never been nominated??
Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad)
Lena Headey (Game of Thrones)
Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy) ~ how has she never won an Emmy for this role?!dexter_811_jennifer_carpenter_a_p
Bellamy Young (Scandal)

Supporting Actor Drama:
Josh Charles (The Good Wife)
Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones)
Mads Mikklesen (Hannibal)
Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad)
Jeff Perry (Scandal)
Peter Sarsgaard (The Killing)

Brooklyn Nine Nine
The Goldbergs
Modern Family
Nurse Jackieveeeep
Parks and Recreation

Lead Actress Comedy:
Julia Louis Dreyfuss (Veep)
Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie)
Lea Michelle (Glee) ~ yes, many might scoff. However she had some fantastic episodes this year that were both moving and hilarious.wendi goldbergs
Martha Plimpton (Raising Hope)
Amy Poehler (Parks and Recreation)

Lead Actor Comedy:
Garrett Dillahaunt (Raising Hope)
Jonathan Groff (Looking) ~ while the show may have driving me nuts and it’s not really a comedy, I really enjoyed Groff’s work throughout.
Jake Johnson (New Girl)
Matt LeBlanc (Episodes)
Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine Nine)
Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation)

Supporting Actress Comedy:
Julie Bowen (Modern Family)
Anna Chlumsky (Veep)
Allison Janney (Mom) ~ Seriously this was the funniest performance on TV this year and she had the most heartbreaking performance with her guest arc on Masters of Sex… Janney is amazing.allisonjanneymom
Wendie Malick (Hot in Cleveland)
Kathleen Rose Perkins (Episodes)
Merritt Weaver (Nurse Jackie)

Supporting Actor Comedy:
Andre Braugher (Brooklyn Nine Nine)
Ty Burrell (Modern Family)
Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) ~ this was his best season yet
Max Greenfield (New Girl)
Tony Hale (Veep)
Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation)

And there you have it…. I wanted to include a few more great performers (Jane Leeves, on Hot in Cleveland, Michaela Watkins on Trophy Wife, Charles Esten and Hayden Panettiere on Nashville, James Spader on The Blacklist and everyone else on Modern Family) but these were the final ones who made the cut…. And I’m sure you have many you think I may have missed. So let me know them in the comments section and watch for the Emmy nominations in July!

My Big Bold 2014 Academy Award Winner Predictions

March 1, 2014

12 chewitAs usual, I have to apologize for the lack of posts. Gratefully I have been busy working, auditioning and prepping several new projects. I’m in pre-production on the feature Like You Mean It (as a Producer) and the short Jack (as a Producer/Star) and I will be shooting an episode of one of my favorite dramatic TV shows next week. So, that’s all great. However, I know you would rather know what I think is gonna happen at Sunday’s big Oscar ceremony hosted by the hilarious Ellen Degeneres.

Well, this year has been an incredibly competitive one with lots of split winners in the Best Picture race at the precursor awards. In fact Gravity, 12 Years a Slave, and even the lackluster and overrated American Hustle could win the big race. Luckily that means we could have a lot of surprises come Sunday night. As such, there are several big races that are too close too call (Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay, Original Screenplay, Score, Editing, Documentary, Supporting Actress and even Best Actor could surprise). So, just who will and should win the Academy Awards this year after an incredibly great year for film? Check out my Big Bold Oscar Winner Predictions below.

My Big Bold 2014 Oscar Winner Predictions~

Best Picture:
12 Years A Slave, American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Philomena, Nebraska, The Wolf of Wall Street
Will & Should win: 12 Years a Slave
Spoiler: Gravity
* Seriously, either of those two could win. Thankfully, I just don’t think American Hustle can upset them.

Best Actor:
Christian Bale (American Hustle), Bruce Dern (Nebraska), Leonardo DiCaprio (The Wolf of Wall Street), Chewitel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave), Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club)Jared-Leto-Matthew-McConaughey-Dallas-Buyers-Club
Will & Should win: Matthew McConaughey
Spoiler: Leonardo DiCaprio

*McConaughey  has had the edge all season but Ejifor just won the BAFTA and DiCaprio is overdue and has had a big spending campaign. This one might actually go down to the wire…

Best Actress:
Amy Adams (American Hustle), Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine), Sandra Bullock (Gravity), Judi Dench (Philomena), Meryl Streep (August Osage County)

Will & Should win: Cate Blanchett

Spoiler: Amy Adams (but yeah, that’s not gonna happen)

Best Supporting Actor:
Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips), Bradley Cooper (American Hustle), Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave), Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street), Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club)

Will & Should win: Jared Leto

Spoiler: Michael Fassbender (but yeah, that’s not gonna happen)

Best Supporting Actress:
Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine), Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle), Lupita N’yongo (12 Years a Slave), Julia Roberts (August Osage County), June Squibb (Nebraska)
Will & Should win: Lupita N’yongo
Spoiler: Jennifer Lawernce
* This race is crazy close. Most pundits are now predicting Lawrence, but I think it is way too soon for her to win two lupitaOscars, let alone back to back. So, hopefully people will vote for the actual Best performance in SAG and Critics Choice Award winner N’yongo

Best Director:
Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity), Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave), David O’Russell (American Hustle), Alexander Payne (Nebraska), Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Will & Should win: Alfonso Cuaron
Spoiler: Steve McQueen

Best Adapted Screenplay:
12 Years a Slave, Before Midnight, Captain Phillips, Philomena, The Wolf of Wall Street
Will & Should win: 12 Years a Slave
Spoiler: Philomena

Best Original Screenplay:
American Hustle, Blue Jasmine, Dallas Buyers Club, Her, Nebraska
Will win: Her
Should win: Dallas Buyers Club
Spoiler: American Hustle
* This one is also a toss-up between Her and Hustle, but I think the sheer originality of Her will win the day.

Best Score:
The Book Thief, Gravity, Her, Philomena, Saving Mr. Banks
Will & Should win: Philomena
Spoiler: Gravity
* I’m going out on a limb here and think the actual best score, Philomena, will eek out a win. However, smarter money might be on Gravity.

Best Song:
“Let It Go” (Frozen), “Ordinary Love” (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom), “The Moon Song” (Her), “Happy” (Despicable Me 2)
Will & Should win: “Let It Go”
Spoiler: “Happy”
* This race has become incredibly close of late. “Ordinary Love” is by powerhouse U2, won the Golden Globe and has a frozen-let-it-go-full-scene-watch-nowhuge campaign behind it. “Happy” is the # 1 song in the country by Grammy Golden boy Pharrell Williams. However, you just can’t deny the phenomena that is Frozen and it’s amazing anthem sung by Tony winner Idina Menel.

Best Cinematography:
Gravity, The Grandmaster, Inside Llewyn Davis, Nebraska, Prisoners
Will & Should win: Gravity
Spoiler: Prisoners

Best Editing:
American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Gravity, Dallas Buyers Club, 12 Years a Slave
Will & Should win: Gravity
Spoiler: Captain Phillips
* Captain Phillips has come on very strong of late in this race and I wouldnt be surprised if it pulled this one out.

Best Production Design:
12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, Gravity, The Great Gatsby, Her
Will & Should win: The Great Gatsby
Spoiler: Gravity

Best Costume Design:
12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, The Great Gatsby, The Grandmaster, The Invisible Woman
Will & Should win: The Great Gatsby
Spoiler: American Hustle
* with 10 nominations, Hustle has its other great chance of winning in this category. However, I think Gatsby will still have the edge.

Best Makeup & Hairstyling:
Dallas Buyers Club, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, The Lone Ranger
Will & Should win: Dallas Buyers Club
Spoiler: Bad Grandpa

Best Sound Editing:
All is Lost, Captain Phillips, Gravity, Lone Survivor, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug
Will & Should win: Gravity
Spoiler: Captain Phillips

Best Sound Mixing:
Captain Phillips, Gravity, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, Inside Llewyn Davis, Lone Survivor
Will & Should win: Gravity
Spoiler: Captain Phillipssandra-bullocks-new-movie-gravity-is-an-extreme-4-d-thrill-ride-1

Best Visual Effects:
Gravity, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, Iron Man 3, Lone Ranger, Star Trek Into Darkness
Will & Should win: Gravity
No spoiler

Best Animated Film:
The Croods, Despicable Me 2, Ernest and Celestine, Frozen, The Wind Rises
Will & Should win: Frozen
Spoiler: The Wind Rises

Best Documentary:
20 Feet From Stardom, The Act of Killing, Cutie and the Boxer, Dirty Wars, The Square
Will & Should win: 20 Feet From Stardom
Spoiler: The Act of Killing
* Killing is the critical favorite, but audiences and yours truly loooooved Stardom. So, this is another tight race.

Best Foreign Film:
The Broken Circle Breakdown, The Great Beauty, The Hunt, The Missing Picture, Omar
Will win: The Great Beauty
Should win: the Hunt or Broken Circle Breakdown
Spoiler: Broken Circle Breakdown
* any of those 3 I mentioned could win. Don’t bet on my choice for this one people.

And as for the shorts, that’s all up to you. I cant tell you everything. lol

So, there you go~ My Big Bold Oscar Winner Predictions. Use ’em or lose ’em, but enjoy the show on Sunday night!

I’m Back with a Halloween Treat!

October 30, 2013

true horrorHey readers,
I’m back after quite a while and I have a Halloween treat for you. Again sorry for the lack of posts, but I’ve been quite fortunate to be doing a lot of acting/producing work. Along with that comes a lot of auditions. However, I also have some new projects coming up to share with you including my latest short film JACK, our hit film Dirty Talk that has now played 38 festivals across the globe and the hilarious little video below.

I recently shot a hysterical FunnyOrDie video called True Horror written and directed by my friend the uber-talented Shawn Ryan. (You must check out his cabaret shows too~ He’ll be at Feinstein’s in San Francisco on Nov. 7th.) It stars the wonderful John Ainsworth whom I appeared with in Hot Guys with Guns earlier this year, and yes, Shawn Ryan was in that too… Anywho, Ainsworth plays a dad taking his daughter out trick or treating and her costume causes some seriously crazy reactions. That’s where I come in. I play half of a conservative couple alongside the delightful Betsy Reisz who have quite a visceral reaction to the young girl’s costume. It was also great fun to reconnect and perform again with Betsy who I co-starred in the wacky web-series Raccoon Stories. Check out the comedy below and vote “Funny” too!


True Horror – watch more funny videos

Hope you enjoyed and I’ll be trying to post more frequently for ya’ll soon too. Thanks everyone and Happy Halloween!!

Jason Boegh

“Dirty Talk” Hits the Road Again!

May 30, 2013

DT poster againAs many of you readers know, the second short film I co-produced and co-starred in, Dirty Talk, has been on a successful film festival run over the past few months. I have been thrilled and overwhelmed at the great reception to our little comedy across this land as we have played 19 festivals and won 5 awards so far. It’s been incredible, and this weekend we start the latest leg of five more screenings in my college town of San Diego. We will be playing the great FilmOut San Diego Film Festival this Friday night and I will be there along with my co-producer/star/writer/director Jeff Sumner, co-producer Harrison Bloom, our amazing D.P. Jorge Luis Urbina and cast members Claude Knowlton and Ralph Cole Jr. I hope some of you can join us and celebrate our fun little film. I’ve got all the information on that screening and upcoming visits to Kansas City, Connecticut, St. Louis and a reprise in New York below.
Thanks again for all your support!!!

DIRTY TALK Upcoming Screenings:

Fri May 31st at FilmOut San Diego with Love or Whatever at 7:30pm

Sat June 1st~ Out Film CT at 7:30pm in the “Shorts Program”

Fri June 7th ~ Q Fest St. Louis with Interior Leather Bar at 9pm

Sat. June 22nd~ Kansay City LGBT Film Festival with Interior Leather Bar at 9pm

Sat June 22nd~ PRIDE@DMAC New York City (encore presentation in New York from the NYC Downtown Short Film Fest promoters where we won Best Comedy) in the “Gay Shorts” program at 8pm

And here’s more information on the film for my new readers~

Dirty Talk is a short comedy that follows Nathan (Jeff Sumner), a recently-single but conservative English teacher, who tells his best friend Zach (Jason Boegh) about a one-night stand with a hot Latin man (Claude Knowlton) who pushes his limits in the bedroom. Based on actual events, Nathan struggles through the encounter when the man blurts out a clever name he has for a certain part of his anatomy.

Dirty Talk trailer:

Dirty Talk website:

Dirty Talk on IMDB:

Dirty Talk on Facebook:

Dirty Talk Awards~

Best Comedy: Out in the Desert Tucson International LGBT Film Festival
Best Comedy: NYC Downtown Short Film Festival
Festival Favorite: Cinema Diverse Palm Springs LGBT Film Festival

Jason Boegh, Jeff Sumner and Ralph Cole Jr. in "Dirty Talk"

Jason Boegh, Jeff Sumner and Ralph Cole Jr. in “Dirty Talk”

Audience Award for Short Film: Sacramento Int’l LGBT Film Festival
Audience Award for Short Film: Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

Thanks again!!

Jason Boegh

My American Idol Quick Wrap 4/24/13~ Love these Ladies!

April 25, 2013

idol 4Tonight, I had the honor of going to the live taping of American Idol and seeing the show’s most talented top four in franchise history strut their stuff, and I was not disappointed. All four ladies are simply fantastic singers and have bright futures ahead of them. What I wasn’t expecting, though, was how much my least favorite girl going into tonight would rise up to the challenge and fight my favorite girl for the top performer of the night. Yes, I’m talking about Angie almost taking out Amber on a night when both women hit it out of the park time and again. So, what did that mean for our two presumed front-runners Candice and Kree? Well, it meant that they struggled a bit (which is still good comparatively speaking). And, where exactly did all the performances land tonight? Check out my rankings and predictions for tonight’s episode where they took on a duet, a song of their own choosing and a one hit wonder. Oh and on a side note, that last theme was a bust as no one performed Kajagoogoo‘s “Too Shy”, Right Said Fred’s “I’m Too Sexy” or Dexy’s Midnight Runners’ “Come on Eileen”…. Alas, I knew that was a crazy dream that wasn’t going to come true…

American Idol Performance Rankings 4/24/13~

~ the great
1. Amber- “The Power of Love”: from the initial a capella beginning to her glory note ending, Amber’s vocal on this song was far and away the best of the night. Simply brilliant. And she did it with panache, confidence and looking stunning. It is time for a new Whitney/Celine and I’m crowning Amber Holcomb today!
2. Angie/Candice- “Stay”: now that was one hell of a duet of the current Rihanna/Mikky Ekko smash. Angie almost even beat Candice on it which was shocking. They made the song their own and it was a fantastic battle of belters. So good!
3. Angie- “Who You Are?”: for the first time this season, upon hearing an Angie tune, I immediately thought I should download it. This was just incredible, authentic, and beautiful with a nice rock edge. I think Angie is the new front-runner to win the whole thing ya’ll… especially considering the crazy shrieks from the live studio audience.
4. Amber- “MacArthur Park”: on this Donna Summer classic, ahem Richard Harris one-hit wonder, Amber delivered another whallop with incredible vocals. Her final high notes were insane and she nailed every bit of the song. Discolicious!
~ the good
5. Angie- “Cry Me A River”: giving Amber a run in the Standards genre on this one, Angie was flawless. Maybe she was a little too flawless though as it was reallllly dramatic, but still, I reallllly dug it. I can’t believe how much I loved her tonight.
6. Kree- “A Whiter Shade of Pale”: I rather enjoyed this performance by Kree. She was in her wheelhouse and loosening up a bit. I’m still waiting for her to truly let go, but she almost got there on this one and her voice sounded great.
7. Amber/Kree- “Rumor Has It”: I don’t know why the judges were dissing it, because in the live audience tonight, this number rocked. Amber out sang Kree but it was close.
8. Candice- “Emotions”: Candice’s vocals were stellar as usual tonight despite her cold. However, I did notice that her energy was down and I think the illness affected her solos the most. This was good though, but she needs to return to more dynamic song choices.
~ the decent:
9. Kree- “Hurt So Bad”: Kree did herself no favors with this little known song by Susan Tedeschi (who? She’s a former Grammy winner for Best New Artist, but yea, who?)… It was a cool bluesy song but it never really went anywhere and Kree felt like she was sorta going thru the motions. That said, I still liked it and it was better live than when I re-watched it back on the telecast.
10. Candice- “Find Your Love“: while Candice’s vocals were good yet again, the arrangement of this Drake tune was unfortunately a little boring. It was a nice Urban AC jam, but forgettable in the long run.

Overall Performance~
1. Amber
2. Angie (but it was really close for the top)
3. Candice
4. Kree

Bottom 2: Kree, Amber (only because Candice has such a big fan base)
Going Home: No One (I think it will be a non-elimination week)

So, the final four are fantastic. But which ladies will make it to the top three? I say they will all get an extra reprieve week and then the Idol powers that be will combine the two weeks of votes. Regardless all four ladies could be big stars in several genres~ Kree (Country, AAA), Amber (Pop, Adult Top 40, Dance, AC, R&B), Angie (Pop, Adult Top 40, AC, Contemporary Christian) and Candice (R&B, Adult R&B, some Pop crossover). We will find out if any of them actually goes home and what the big “twist” is tomorrow night on American Idol.

And check out a picture of me, my friend and co-star of my latest short film Dirty Talk, Claude Knowlton, and American Idol musical director Michael Orland on the Idol blue carpet. I’m sure you recognize Michael from Hollywood week and many of his appearances on the show helping out the contestants. He’s such a great and talented guy!

idol michael me claude

And please enjoy Amber’s insanely good vocals on “The Power of Love” from tonight’s show.

Shameless Self Promotion~ “Thoroughly Melted Minnie”

March 4, 2013

TMM shootHey readers, have I got a fun show for you to check out. After my recent appearances on The New Normal, Days of Our Lives and Guys with Kids, another great project I did is coming your way. Last summer I worked on a new hilarious web series called Thoroughly Melted Minnie playing a wacky drama teacher throwing a talent show. The main character of the piece Minnie Mugaloo who was recently un-frozen after 50 years or so enters the contest to reclaim her former glory. It’s a riot.
The web series was written and created by Conor Fetting-Smith and Annabel Seymour, directed by Smith and features a great cast including Barry Brewer, Christopher May, Aimee Lynn Chadwick, Justin Cone and the wonderful Lizzie Redner as Minnie. Check out all three episodes that are sponsored by Subway at MyDamnChannel now. I’m in the third episode and I have it for you below. Enjoy and seriously, you have NEVER seen me like this.

All the best,

Jason Boegh

Thoroughly Melted Minnie Episode 3

***UPDATE:  Thoroughly Melted Minnie will be playing at SXSW Festival next week!!!! Here are the deets~

Thoroughly Melted Minnie @ SXSW

Mon March 11, 6-8pm

IFC Crossroads House~ 302 E. 6th St.


Shameless Self Promotion~ Catch Me on “Guys With Kids” this Week!

January 28, 2013

GuysWithKids_UPF2012_PHey readers,
It’s only been a week since my hilarious appearance on The New Normal, but I’m back with some more shameless self promotion. This time, I’m talking up my appearance on this week’s Guys With Kids. This great new comedy stars Jesse Bradford, Anthony Anderson, and Zach Cregger as rambunctious dads raising their kids despite still behaving like kids themselves. Jamie Lynn-Sigler, Tempest Bledsoe (that’s Vanessa from The Cosby Show people!) and the hysterical Erinn Hayes costar as the women in their lives. The show keeps getting funnier each week and it was a thrill to be a guest on their set for a week. (Big props to my friend, the talented Kenny Schwartz who runs the show too).
In this week’s episode, the gang enters a bar trivia contest where they encounter my team, “No Quiziness like Show Quizness”. Fellow guest star, the hilarious Misty Monroe, and I attempt to defeat their team in a serious and super fun game. It’s a really funny episode and it was such a pleasure to work on the Guys With Kids set. Everyone was so nice, welcoming and at the top of their comedy game. Check out the episode this Wednesday night on NBC.

Jason Boegh on GUYS WITH KIDS
Wed night 1/30 at 8:30pm on NBC.

Here’s a pic of me and fellow costar Misty Monroe too. Enjoy!

GWK shoot
Thanks for your support!
Jason Boegh
PS- catch me on Days of Our Lives in February too!

Check out 3 of My Films at the Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Fest this Week!

January 23, 2013

After my appearance on The New Normal last night, it didn’t seem like my week could get any better. However, this week marks the beginning of the Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Festival and I am thrilled that 3 of my projects will be screening there this year. The annual festival begins tonight (1/23) and runs thru Sunday (1/27) and will screen hundreds of shorts, documentaries and features. I’m so excited to have the two films I co-produced and co-starred in, Dirty Talk and the things i cannot change, playing on Saturday the 26th plus the great animated short comedy Troy: Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing! that I did a voice part in plays tomorrow 1/24. Take a look at all the screening information below. If you’re in Tucson, I hope you can make it and I will see you there! … Also, Dirty Talk (now in its 9th film festival) is nominated for the Best Comedy Film Crystal Cactus Award, so come enjoy the film and vote for us! Take a look at all the screening information and links below! And thanks for supporting our films!!! Hope to see you there!

Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Festival
1/23- 1/27

Dirty Talk
written/directed by Jeff Sumner
produced by Harrison Bloom, Jason Boegh & Jeff Sumner
starring: Jeff Sumner, Jason Boegh, Ralph Cole Jr., Jeffrey Christopher Todd & Claude Knowlton
Saturday 1/26 at 9:45am (Q & A to follow with Jason Boegh, Jeff  Sumner and Harrison Bloom to follow!)
* nominated for the Crystal Cactus Award for Best Comedy Film
tickets and information:
Dirty Talk trailer

DT poster again

the things i cannot change
written/directed by Chris Phillips
produced by Jason Boegh, Cory Schneider, Chris Phillips
starring Jason Boegh & Cory Schneider
Saturday 1/26 at 11:15 am (Q& A with Jason Boegh to follow)
tickets and information:
things i cannot change trailer


Troy: Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing!
written/directed by Michael Derry
Thursday 1/24 at 4:50pm
* nominated for Crystal Cactus Award for Best Animated/Experimental Film
tickets and information:
Troy trailer


Thanks again for supporting these great projects and independent film!!

All the best,

Jason Boegh

Shameless Self Promotion~ Catch Me on “The New Normal” on Tuesday!

January 22, 2013

the-new-normal-utah-new-home__oPtHey readers, it’s time for some more shameless self promotion… I’ve been busy lately doing some parts on Guys with Kids (to air January 30th on NBC) and Days of Our Lives (airing February 14th), but before that, you can catch me on The New Normal this Tuesday 1/22 at 9:30pm on NBC!
I’m playing Rayburn, a fun hairstylist, in scenes with Tony winner Ellen Barkin as Nana and the iconic and hilarious John Stamos guest starring as Brice. I can’t give away what the scene is about but it’s hysterical. However, the episode title “Gaydar” may give you a clue… Also guest starring in the episode is Mark Conseulos and in my scenes, the delightful Nikki McKenzie (she is one to watch people!)…. I also have to say it was just a pleasure to work on this set. Everyone was so nice and fun. It was also great to work with John Stamos again who I guest starred with on his show Jake in Progress several years ago.
For more on this episode and a special preview, head to TVLine here. And don’t forget to watch the ridiculously funny People’s Choice Award winning The New Normal this Tuesday.

Jason Boegh on The New Normal
Tuesday 1/22 at 9:30pm on NBC

And here’s a pic of me in costume. Enjoy… You are soooo gonna love it!

Thanks again for watching everyone!

Jason Boegh

Jason Boegh as "Rayburn" on The New Normal

Jason Boegh as “Rayburn” on The New Normal