Jason Kravits is probably best known for his work portraying lawyers on television dramas such as The Practice (where he portrayed ADA Richard Bay for two seasons), and the Law and Order franchise. But he has found just as much success in comedies, including memorable roles on Everybody Loves Raymond and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Other notable TV appearances include Smash, Grey’s Anatomy, Harry's Law, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, 30 Rock, Friends, Gilmore Girls, and the new Dallas. His film credits include Morning Glory, The Adjustment Bureau, What Just Happened, Sweet November, All Good Things, See You in September as well as the title role in the short film Little Dad. He also provided voices for characters on the animated series Wonder Pets and the upcoming animated films Savva and Heroes. He recently appeared in Relatively Speaking on Broadway, a night of one-acts plays by Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen, in which he played several roles (mostly psychiatrists.) Other Broadway credits include The Drowsy Chaperone, and Sly Fox. As a writer, he co-authored Rocky and Bullwinkle’s ‘A Christmoose Story,’ as well as the award-winning sketch show Making Faces and wrote the hit holiday parody, The Kvetch.
Jason hails from the Washington D.C. area where he attended the University of Maryland. After college, he performed a wide variety of roles in productions at The Woolly Mammoth Theater Company, The Shakespeare Theater and The Roundhouse Theater, where he wrote and performed in plays for young audiences. He has an 11-year-old son, who was (and is) the inspiration for much of his recent material.