Popular American actor, director and producer Jason Kent Bateman has reportedly passed away. The movie sensation popularly known for his role in Teen Wolve was said to have passed away few days ago from unknown source. According to sources, Jason Kent Bateman passed away from unknown source few days ago.
Although details surrounding his death were not immediately made available, Snbc13 has reached out to few sources for more information leading to the actor’s death. Actor Jason Kent Bateman was 53 at the time of his passing.
Jason Kent Bateman’s Biography
In addition, he had starring roles in the movies Teen Wolf (1987), Dodgeball (2004), Juno (2007), Hancock (2008), In the Air, Couple Retreat, Extract (All 2009), Switch (2010), Change – Up (2011), Paul (2011), Horrible Bosses (2011) and its sequel (2014), This Is Where I Left You (2014), Identity Thief (2013), The Gift (2015), Office Christmas Party (2016), Zootopia (2016), and Game Night (2016). He was also in the cast of the television series Teen Wolf (19 (2018).
Jason Kent Bateman’s Breakthrough Shows
Since July 2020, he has been serving as a co-host of the comedic podcast known as SmartLess. Bateman made his debut as a director with the dark comedy “Bad Talk” (2013), in which he also featured. The film was directed by Bateman. Since then, he has directed and appeared in the films The Family Fang (2015) and the criminal drama series Ozark, which is available on Netflix (2017-2022). Bateman was awarded the Outstanding Directing trophy at the 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards for his work on “The Ozark,” in addition to two Screen Actors Guild awards for his performance. In the year 2020, he appeared in multiple episodes of the miniseries The Outsider on HBO (of which he directed two episodes).
Jason Kent Bateman’s Early Shows
Jason Kent Bateman is a well-known name in the acting, directing, and producing industries in the United States. At the beginning of the 1980s, he started making guest appearances on television shows such as Little House on the Prairie (NBC), Silver Spoons (NBC/joint), and The Hogan Family (NBC/CBS). All of these shows aired on NBC. In the 2000s, he achieved the most of his fame for his role as Michael Bruce on the Fox/Netflix sitcom Arrested Development, for which he was awarded a Golden Globe as well as a Satellite.
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