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Jason Stuart Appears in Judd Apatow's Series 'Love' on Netflix

Watch Jason Stuart in episode 12, as the second season of the series will be ready to binge March 10, 2017 on Netflix.
Jason Stuart Appears in Judd Apatow's Series 'Love' on Netflix
After his dramatic turn as plantation owner Joseph Randall, in 2016's "The Birth of a Nation" (directed Nate Parker), Jason Stuart will play the touchy-feely shrink, Dr. Powell, in Judd Apatow's series "Love" on Netflix. The show stars Paul Rust and Leslie Arfin, and it is created by them and Apatow. Rich Somners (Mad Men) plays his intense patient. Get ready for "lol" comedy! Watch Stuart in episode 12, as the second season of the series will be ready to binge March 10, 2017 on Netflix.
 
Since "The Birth of a Nation", Stuart has been inspired to direct, act, and produce the short film "Like Father", where he plays a New York City Jewish man dying of cancer, opposite Denise Dowse and Nic Few. In addition, Stuart has completed four films, playing a racist newscaster in "Jinn", a detective in "Diverted Eden", a self-involved acting coach in "Hollyweird", and a bad date in the romantic comedy "Open". 
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