College of Arts & Sciences
Jason Andrew Narvy is an accomplished film and stage actor from Los Angeles, CA. He began his career studying at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in Los Angeles and quickly found employment in the Hollywood film industry.
Between 1993 and 1999, he portrayed the role of the comic villain “Skull” in over 300 episodes of Fox television’s Emmy-nominated "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and its spin-offs, "Power Rangers Zeo," "Power Rangers Turbo," and "Power Rangers in Space," as well as 40 episodes of Fox Television’s Masked Rider as the voice of “Chopper.”
While under contract with Fox, Jason also filmed two feature length films under the MMPR franchise, Power Rangers: The Movie and Turbo, as well as leads parts in two pilots for Fox/Family, "Men in White" and "The Bulk and Skull Show". He also appeared numerous commercials, public service announcements and voiced numerous toys, wrap-arounds, and video games for Fox, ABC, and Disney.
In his “spare time,” Jason performed the lead role of Guile Lydon in the feature length film, "Wicked Game". He worked with the Clayworks Theater Company in Los Angeles where he played the roles of Laertes in "Hamlet," Dave in "Under the Yum Yum Tree," and Stanley in "Brighton Beach Memoirs."
After this marked career, Jason took time off to pursue a formal education at Franklin and Marshall College. He later pursued his Master’s with the American Shakespeare Center at Mary Baldwin College, where he performed the title roles in Henry V, Pericles, and Hamlet, as well as Richard of Gloucester and Suffolk in a conflation of the Henry VI trilogy. Jason also worked for a time with the Legitimate Theater Company of New York, a Lower East Side company with a focus on new plays and experimental works.
Dr. Narvy is a certified actor/combatant with the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat, a member of the Screen Actors Guild, and holds a PhD in Theater Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara.