Jason S. Grossman
Dimwitted yet determined police detectives Ramsey and Flapjack have been hunting wisecracking hoodlum Freddie (aka Freddie the Finisher) and the notorious Dead Street mob with nothing to show for it. Now, Freddie's identical twin brother, hometown hero and newly appointed FBI Chief Irving Tower, is coming to town. With a retiring police chief and a crackerjack reporter breathing down their necks, the boys have only days to stop Dead Street's dastardly quest for the heist of the century and solve a femme fatale’s bizarre missing person case. Gumshoes, guns and gams galore!
Jason S. Grossman hails from Brooklyn and grew up in Brooklyn, Queens, and Great Neck, Long Island. He holds a JD from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a BS in business administration from SUNY Albany. Jason considers himself a writer/producer/on-and-off-and-on-again actor, and has worked in theatre, film, and TV. He was the head (or sole) writer for a number of comedy groups over the years including, but not limited to, Crispen Tickle, Tonight’s Special, Evil Twin and, for the longest time, Funny … S heesh. His plays have been performed by Mind the Gap Theatre Company and the Shortened Attention Span One Act Festival, and include the shameless multimedia cautionary extravaganza You Happy Now? Somebody Just Lost an Eye (with Julie Perkins) and, most recently, How to Fold a Map?. He also was a writer for TV Land’s “Ultimate Fan Search” and cowriter of the screenplay The Guy of 2Z with Matt Fortnow (coproducer of Certifiably Jonathan).
Jason wrote and developed a motivational course called “The Art of Socializing and Networking” which incorporates improvised social scenarios, and which he has taught at numerous continuing education programs at Baruch College, Hunter College, Marymount Manhattan College, Pace University, and 92nd Street Y, among others. He’s also taught comedy writing and improvisation. Jason is a member of the Manhattan Theatre Source Hall of Fame and the Advisory Board of The New York Theatre Experience, Inc. He resides in Manhattan with Amber Gallery and their cat, Chesapeake.