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Jason Whyte is an actor and writer, known for Avatar (2009), King Kong (2005) and Kombi Nation (2003). See full bio »

"The IMDb Show" Tackles a New Class of Holiday Classics

"The IMDb Show" unwraps some of the most festive animated holiday specials from the past and weighs in on future winter classics.

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The Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" picked up a Golden Globe nomination for Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy). Check out photos from the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Avatar Cryo Vault Med Tech
King Kong
King Kong Venture Crew
Kombi Nation
Kombi Nation Scott


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 2014 Ufo (Short)
 2013 Pattern (Short)
 2013 War News (TV Series)
Jack Crawford
 2012 Siege (TV Movie)
Sergeant Ryan Wood
 2009 Avatar
Cryo Vault Med Tech
 2009 Until Proven Innocent (TV Movie)
Nicholas Reekie (as Jason Owen Whyte)
 2008/II Nightfall (Short)
 2008 Second Hand Wedding
 2005 King Kong
Venture Crew
 2005 The Pool (Short)
Pool Cleaner
 2004 The Insiders Guide to Happiness (TV Series)
- Do You Deserve to Be Happy? (2004) ... Phil
- Are You in Denial? (2004) ... Phil
- What Are You Afraid Of? (2004) ... Phil
 2004 Fracture
Des Casey
 2004 Forbidden Fury (Short)
 2003 Kombi Nation
 2000 B Grade (Short)
 1998 The Legend of William Tell (TV Series)
- Escape into Fear (1998) ... Pieter
 1996 Return to Treasure Island (TV Movie)
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 2003 Kombi Nation (writer)

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Jason Owen Whyte

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