Titans Character: Scott Littleton|
First Titans Episode:Pilot
Birth Name: Jason Winston George
Birth Date: February 9, 1972
Birth City: Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA
Personal Status: married to Vandana Khanna (July, 10 1999 - present)
Schooling: Attended the University of Virginia
Big Break: Aaron Spelling's Sunset Beach
About Scott: Scott is the Williams Avitation employee charged with showing Chandler the ropes of the family business.
About Jason: (From NBC.com) "I work best when somebody begins by telling me ‘No,'" says Jason George, who plays Scott Littleton, the ex-Army officer and Williams Aviation employee who mentors Chandler Williams (Casper Van Dien) in "Titans." "Adversity defines me. The bigger the challenge the more I knuckle down."
Born and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia, George is a self-described Navy brat. As the middle of three boys, he enjoyed childhood sibling rivalries that were decided more often over a chessboard rather than with fisticuffs. Instilled with the value of education by his mother, a former teacher and president of the Education Association of Norfolk, George was an athlete and honor student throughout high school. He first considered a career as a lawyer before deciding on becoming an actor.
George received his bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and continued his studies at Temple University. While there -- and just three units shy of earning his master of fine arts degree -- George answered a casting call at a local shopping mall and landed a role on the Aaron Spelling daytime drama "Sunset Beach." However, it never came down to choosing between the role and his degree -- the university counted it as an independent study project and he was able to complete his master's of fine arts.
George is perhaps best known for his three-year role as Michael Bourne on "Sunset Beach." Television audiences are also familiar with his recurring role as Channing on the comedy series "Moesha." He has also guest-starred on the teen sci-fi drama "Roswell," the comedy series "Arli$$," and in 1998, he served as co-host for "The 25 th Daytime Emmy Awards."
George has appeared in numerous regional theater productions including "Home," "Man of La Mancha" and "The Piano Lesson." Other credits include "Comedy of Errors," "Titus Andronicus" and "The Elephant Man." He recently starred in the play "The Darker Face of the Earth" by Pulitzer Prize winner and former U.S Poet Laureate Rita Dove. In addition, George is skilled in stage combat and is a member of the Society of American Fight Directors, where he is certified in six weapons including dagger, rapier and broad sword.
His most recent feature-film credits include roles in "28 Days" and "Fallen."
In his spare time, George enjoys writing screenplays and listening to music. Somewhat of a jazz aficionado, he has made a habit of collecting pre-1980 jazz on vinyl. George resides in Los Angeles.