Welcome to Jason Cook Online! You may best recognize Jason from Days of Our Lives or General Hospital. He also has a great passion for directing and producing.
JCO has been online since 2004, and our extensive gallery has over 13,000 photos. Make sure you make JCO your #1 stop for anything Jason Cook related!

Jason Cook OnlineA fansite dedicated to actor, producer and director Jason Cook


LOTS of gallery updates for you all! Mostly from his time on Days of our Lives, but I added photos of the 35th Annual Daytime Awards too 🙂 Enjoy!

Gallery Links:

– Days of our Lives > Episode Stills > Tropical Temptation

– Days of our Lives > Episode Stills > 2001

– Days of our Lives > Episode Stills > 2003

– Appearances > 2008-2009 > 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards The Show – 06.20.08


I have two gallery updates for you all. Uploaded the Horton Christmas photoshoot and some photos of Jason with Frances and Kirsten. Check them out! =)

Gallery Links:

– Days of our Lives >  Promotional Photos > Christmas Shoot

– Days of our Lives > Jason with Frances and Kirsten


Yesterday I posted that there were a lot of goodies coming to the site well this is only the first part. I’ve added 23 HQ pictures of the Jason/Kirsten/Kyle (Days of our Lives) photoshoot! Huge thanks to Andrea =) I’ll be doing another update soon so keep checking back.

Gallery Link:

– Days of our Lives >  Promotional Photos > Jason/Kirsten/Kyle Photoshoot


On Sunday June 6th, a memorial brunch was held in Frances Reid (ex-Alice Horton; Days of Our Lives) honor. Jason attended and kicked it all off with some personal stories. We’d like to thank Danielle Turchiano who is gracious enough to let us add her photos to our gallery! Here’s an excerpt from her blog about Jason’s appearence at the brunch;

“Frances kept you on your toes!” Jason Cook told My Life, Made Possible by Pop Culture. “She would catch you off-guard because of her age and because she wasn’t as spry as [when she was younger], but let me tell you, she was as sharp as a tack! I always looked forward to acting with her; she was one of the best.”
Cook also told the crowd a story about his first day on the job in 1999, in a scene with Reid in which she told a producer to his face that Cook’s lines were “crap” and he couldn’t say them that way. Scared of losing his job, Cook just went along with it and improvised– something which he said he continued during the rest of his seven-year duration on the show “all because of Frances.”

Gallery Link:

Appearances > 2010 > Frances Reid memorial brunch

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