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Jason Gann - Biography
Jason Gann is an Australian actor, writer, and executive producer. He is best known for his role as the title character in the Australian comedy series Wilfred, directed by Tony Rogers, and the U.S. remake of the same name.The son of a military father and country singer mother, Gann grew up in Brisbane, Australia.] At 14, while attending an all-boys school, Gann discovered his love for comedy when he performed as Suzanne, leader of the can-can dancers in a high school production of Paint Your Wagon, directed by Tony Rogers. After high school, he went on to study acting at the University of Southern Queensland. He earned a B.A. in Acting while also attending classes in humanities and the arts.Gann resides in West Hollywood, California. An animal lover, he is a celebrity spokesperson for multiple animal rights groups including Stray Cat Alliance in Los Angeles, California.In 2007, Gann assaulted a shuttle bus driver, Joseph Hosny, whom he repeatedly punched in the face after being refused entry on to a full bus. Gann pleaded guilty to criminal assault charges in May 2008 and received a bond without conviction, allowing him to work in the United States. Following this, he was involved in a civil legal case regarding payment of medical expenses to Hosny, who claimed that this incident caused depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, leaving him unable to work for over five years. Gann pled guilty and was ordered to pay $325,000 to Hosny.Gann was awarded the Australian GQ Comedian of the Year Award for 2011, and was nominated for the annual Golden Collar Award, normally given solely to canine performers.