Jason Woodruff is a top-producing real estate agent in Los Angeles who has appeared over twenty times as a real estate expert on HGTV's hit show "My House Is Worth What?" and also appears as a buyer's agent on episodes of "House Hunters." Prior to his real estate career, Jason had a varied personal and professional background. He earned a bachelor's degree in English at Wake Forest University and attended law school at UNC in Chapel Hill. After graduation, he worked as a newspaper reporter for two years before joining a law firm in New York City, where he worked for several years. Simultaneously, Jason pursued an acting career and landed various roles in television and film. During that time, he also managed an off-Broadway theater company, which enabled him to produce several plays as well as perform on stage. Jason purchased his first home in New York City in 1999, which stirred his passion for real estate. After moving to Los Angeles, Jason got his real estate license in 2005 and joined Keller Williams Realty. Within his first year, Jason was named Rookie of the Year at the Hollywood Hills office and also received a Career Launch Award from Keller Williams Realty International. Since then, Jason has consistently ranked nationally as a top-producing real estate agent with sales totaling more than $35 million annually.