Jim Carrey, Michael Jackson, Elton John, Louie Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Led Zeppelin, Stevie Wonder, Ricky Martin, Cat Stevens, The Temptations, U2, Guns n’ Roses, Coldplay, and Alvin & The Chipmunks are just a few of the performers to take the stage during the unforgettable one-man show of Jason Hewlett, The Entertainer. Audiences Coast-to-Coast have thrilled at the creativity, hilarious impersonations, touching portrayals, and nostalgia of this one of a kind impressionist/musician/humorist and corporate entertainer.
Jason was born in Salt Lake City, UT in 1978. His first show was in front of his 3rd Grade class where his teacher promised him some time to perform at the end of the day if he’d remain quiet until then. When his chance arrived, Jason went to the front of the classroom as his favorite TV character, Pee Wee Herman, and as his classmates roared with laughter, Jason was hooked with the performing bug. Jason graduated as an Honor Roll student and Student Body President from The Waterford School in Sandy, UT, in 1997.
Jason received All-State Honors for his contributions on the school’s basketball team and had plans to play in College until one of his heroes, Coach Tony Ingle of BYU, noticed Jason’s ability to captivate an audience with his humor and impressions. Coach Ingle suggested Jason work on his talents and was introduced to D. Chris Poulos, former manager of the successful folk singing group, The 3D’s. Chris helped Jason hone his impressions into a show and Jason began working throughout Utah performing at parties and beauty pageants to rave reviews. It wasn’t long before Jason’s father, John, helped Jason contact the right people to get an audition for the Las Vegas “Legends In Concert”, the ‘Mecca’ for great impersonators.
Jason began work for “Legends In Concert” as Ricky Martin in Myrtle Beach, SC, in 2001. Soon thereafter he also became Elton John for the touring show. In 2002 Jason opened the Philadelphia, PA “Legends In Concert” show as Elton John and returned later in the same show as Ricky Martin, confusing audience members throughout the Country that one performer could portray two characters that looked and sounded completely different, but also making it clear he had more than one persona he could become.
In 2002 Jason decided to close the chapter on his “Legends In Concert” experience and begin focusing on his one-man show for Corporate America.
Since then Jason has maintained an unprecedented climb up the “corporate ladder” as an independent, one-man show Entertainer under the business name Jason Hewlett Entertainment