Look at this silly man with his serious face.
With a distinct and changeable voice, intense eyes, and classic face, Jon Noto is versatile and talented for every industry. He's loved by audiences for big choices in two dozen stage roles, including his charismatic performance as "Malvolio" in "Twelfth Night." His subtle intensity can be seen in twenty tv and film roles including "Redrum" "Mysteries at the Museum" & "Castles Secrets & Legends."
At "Rutgers University," Jon studied under Dr. Ian Watson, Michelle Rittenhouse, and Louis Wells, before starting his career in New York with the two year program at "William Esper" under master teachers Suzanne Esper, Nancy Mayans, David Newer, David Kaplan, and Linda Laundra. He then had improv training with Michael Gellman at "Second City Chicago" and "UCB" back in New York.
Afterwards he began his career in stand up comedy, performing at "The Comedy Cellars Village Underground" and "Greenwich Village Comedy Club." He's here to make you laugh. Even if you're laughing at him and not with him. And why would you do that? That's mean.