Jason Ensler
Jason Ensler
Jason Ensler directed the NBC made-for-TV movie "Behind the Camera:The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company".


(1970-07-21) 21 July 1970 (age 48)


East Setauket, New York


Film/television director and television producer

Years active

1997 to present

Three's Company project directed

Behind the Camera:The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company

Three's Company Script

Jason Ensler (born 21 July 1970) directed the NBC-TV made-for-TV movie Behind the Camera:The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company.


Jason has directed and executive-produced the pilots for Cult, Hart of Dixie, Franklin & Bash, and served as Executive Producer and Director for the first two seasons of Franklin & Bash. He also directed the CBS pilot for The Eastmans, which co-starred Donald Sutherland and Jacqueline Bisset. And the pilots for the FOX-TV series South Beach, Man of Your Dreams, and Kath & Kim.

He directed and produced the pilot and all six episodes of the critically acclaimed and short-lived series Andy Barker, P.I., which starred Andy Richter and Tony Hale, and which was created by Conan O'Brien and Jonathan Grofr.

Jason also has directed episodes of the NBC-TV series The West Wing, Chuck, Gossip Girl, the USA Network series Psych, NBC-TV's Ed, and ABC-TV's Scrubs as well as NBC's My Name Is Earl. He also directed the NBC-TV film Martha, Inc.: The Story of Martha Stewart, which starred Cybill Shepherd as Martha Stewart. He also directed the 2006 film Grilled which co-starred comedian/actors Ray Romano and Kevin James.

In 2007, Jason produced and directed the short documentary, Farewell My Subaru, a study of author Doug Fine's adventures becoming Carbon Neutral in rural New Mexico.


Ensler studied Politics and Theater at Brandeis University, and Film/Television at University of Southern California (USC) Film School.


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