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Jason Ferguson is an American writer and producer. He is best known for his work on the television series The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. He has also written for the films The Hangover Part III and The Internship. Ferguson was born on July 28, 1980 in Tampa, Florida. He attended the University of South Florida, where he earned a degree in English. Ferguson began his career as a writer for the television series The Office in 2006. He wrote several episodes of the show, including "The Duel," "The Job," and "The Delivery." He also wrote for the show's spin-off, Parks and Recreation, and the Fox comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine. In 2013, Ferguson wrote the screenplay for the film The Hangover Part III. He also wrote the screenplay for the 2015 film The Internship, starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Ferguson is currently working on the upcoming Netflix series Space Force, starring Steve Carell. He is also developing a new comedy series for Fox. As of 2021, Jason Ferguson's net worth is estimated to be roughly $2 million.
|Jason Paul Ferguson
|43 years old
|28 July, 1980
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In 2018, Ferguson was part of the creative team of SXSWestworld, an Emmy-nominated immersive theatre show that was presented at SXSW. The show was created by HBO, Kilter Films, and Giant Spoon.
Ferguson was a writer, director, and producer of the concert to commemerate the 75th anniversary of the opening of the musical This Is the Army at the 54 Below cabaret. Presented on Veterans Day, 2017, the concert celebrated the U.S. Army soldiers who made up the original cast and crew. Ferguson wrote the script, adapted from Alan Anderson's book The Songwriter Goes to War. Music and lyrics were by Irving Berlin.
In 2017, Ferguson wrote and produced a fictional 360-degree virtual reality short film called The Crew, directed by Johan T. Anderson. The film was based on Ferguson's experience living and working on cruise ships. The Crew It tells the story of a Filipino cruise ship cabin steward who uses karaoke to escape difficult working conditions. The experimental film is inspired by the opera Pagliacci, but in this story it is the crewmember who must use a smile to hide his emotional pain.
In 2011, Ferguson and John-Webb Carter became producers of the London revival of the musical Ragtime. The production, referred to as Ragtime Reimagined, was presented at the Landor Theatre. The Stage called it "a resounding success". Time Out listed the show as one of its Best of 2011.
Ferguson's first Broadway credits were as an assistant company manager working on Twyla Tharp shows, the musical Movin' Out, The Odd Couple, and Mark Twain Tonight. In 2004, Ferguson was a stage manager for Tosca at the Boston Lyric Opera.
Between 2004 and 2006, Ferguson spent nine months working on the MS Caribbean Princess and the MS Island Princess overseeing the entertainment production shows. From 2006 to 2012, Ferguson worked in London on the Punchdrunk and Old Vic immersive theatre production of Tunnel 228 staged in the tunnels beneath Waterloo Station.
The This Is the Army concert performed songs together from the 1943 musical for the first time since World War II. The concert told the behind-the-curtain story of the soldiers involved. It remembered how this troupe became the first racially integrated Armyunit (though only off-stage). It also told about openly gay soldiers who risked military prison, and the brushes with death that the troupe endured during trips to combat zones.