Jamison attended the University of Minnesota Duluth, where he received a BFA in Theatre with an acting emphasis and moved to Minneapolis shortly after graduating. While there he worked in commercials, industrials, theater and feature films, and then after joining SAG and AFTRA the same day, he struck out for Los Angeles in January of 2000.
L.A. On-Camera Training Center was founded by Jamison Haase in 2007 with the intention of giving actors real, tried and true camera technique and audition skills. Using techniques developed by himself, other working actors, directors and producers LAOTC teaches a very simple hands-on approach to creating amazing on-camera performances, whether in the audition room or on set. Jamison has been seen in several different films and television shows, most notably 24, Mad Men, Prison Break, True Blood, Without a Trace, Heroes and Cold Case as well as the features Crossing Over starring Harrison Ford and Murder 101 which premiered last year at Cannes. Jamison strives through his teaching and philosophy to take the fear and mystery out of working in front of the camera and putting the actor back in their rightful place in the process of filmmaking, as a Creator.
University of Minnesota-Duluth