Jason Love is an American comedian, musician, and author from Thousand Oaks, California. Love began his humor career in 2003 by syndicating a daily cartoon, Snapshots, in collaboration with Serbian illustrator Vladimir Stankovski. Snapshots continues to be published by newspapers such as The Denver Post and Tampa Bay Times.
From 2008 to present, Jason Love has worked full-time as a standup comedian, performing more than 200 times per year. He works routinely for cruise ships such as Royal Caribbean, Holland America, Norwegian, and Carnival.
Jason does corporate events for companies such as Chevron, Farmers Insurance, and True Religion.
Jason runs Love & Laughter, a non-profit organization that brings free standup comedy shows to the cancer support community.
Jason appeared on the comedy special "Standup and Deliver" on Nuvo TV.
In 2017 he recorded for VidAngel a comedy special called Jokes On Me.
Jason's podcast "Labor of Love" was produced by Levity Entertainment Group.
His comedy can be heard daily on Pandora Radio.
Known for his "clean style of comedy and quirky spirit", Jason headlines regularly at comedy clubs while producing his own shows at venues such as the San Diego County Fair and iPic Theater across the nation. The VC Reporter describes, "Jason Love: A lean, clean, jokin' machine."
Love has appeared on The Bob & Tom Show radio program.
Jason Love performed in Afghanistan for the troops.
Love began his humor career in 2003 by syndicating a daily cartoon, Snapshots, in collaboration with Serbian illustrator Vladimir Stankovski. Snapshots continues to be published by newspapers such as The Denver Post and Tampa Bay Times.
From 2003 to 2007, Love worked as a humor columnist for the Ventura County Star.
Metro Man 
Jokes On Me by VidAngel.
2006: Second Place in Humor for circulations over 100K from The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.
Jason was a finalist at the Cabo Comedy Festival and at the World Series of Comedy in Vegas.