Jason Schwartzman

actor, musician, composer

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Jason Schwartzman is an actor, musician and composer.

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Actor Jason Schwartzman visits The Treatment to talk experimental animation in his new project My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea.

Jason Schwartzman: My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea

Actor Jason Schwartzman visits The Treatment to talk experimental animation in his new project My Entire High School Sinking into the Sea.

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Actor Jason Schwartzman (seen at L) was a musician before he began acting, and he still makes music today. Now he's added composer to his repertoire.

Jason Schwartzman and Woody Jackson

Actor Jason Schwartzman (seen at L) was a musician before he began acting, and he still makes music today. Now he's added composer to his repertoire.

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Jason Schwartzman

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