Jason Saldaña

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</infobox> Jason Saldaña is a member of and voice actor for Rooster Teeth Productions. His voice acting work is included in Red vs. Blue and PANICS. He also has featured in RT Shorts, a series of short live-action satirical comedies produced by Rooster Teeth Productions. He is best known for providing the voice of Tucker in Red vs. Blue.

Jason is a 2001 graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Radio-Television-Film.

Characters Played[edit | edit source]

Red vs. Blue[edit | edit source]

According to the Season 1 DVD Commentary, Jason has a habit of killing the other characters while filming, including the cameraman character. An outtake on the Season 3 DVD shows Jason/Tucker killing other characters with his energy sword.

Halo 3[edit | edit source]

  • UNSC Marine
  • Crew

The Strangerhood[edit | edit source]

Jason designs the characters and the homes for The Strangerhood. Anything custom made he creates using The Sims 2 in-game tools. He is also one of the many directors and editors of The Strangerhood. Editing is performed using Adobe Premiere Pro.

Music[edit | edit source]

Jason is the singer and lead guitarist in the band Visitors. He is in this band with his brother Nicholas Roman Saldaña. Jason's father, Hector Saldaña, is a founding member of 70s power-pop band The Krayolas.[1]

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