Jon Risinger is an American graphic designer, art director, television producer, writer, and actor. He is the artistic director of media and entertainment company Rooster Teeth Productions. As an art director and graphic designer, he has been responsible for some of the most popular logos and t-shirts to be found in the Rooster Teeth store.
One of his popular designs is the logo for the video game and entertainment news channel on YouTube, Funhaus. Risinger has produced or appeared in several television series and short films, including Rooster Teeth Productions’ On the Spot and Sugar Pine 7 among others. He has also acted as a voice actor on many shows.
Jon Risinger Biography (Age)
Jon Risinger was born on September 12, 1984. He grew up in California but moved to Austin, Texas in his late twenties. He started working with Rooster Teeth Productions in August 2012. Since then, he has collaborated on numerous TV and web series with the team. He produced over 50 episodes of the series. On site show. These episodes span from 2014 to 2018, and the executive produced one of the On the Spot episodes of 2018 titled The One With 5 Jons
Not only did he produce On the Spot shows, but Jon Risinger also hosted several dozen of them. Between 2015 and 2017, he appeared in ten episodes of the television series Rooster Teeth Shorts, including March Madness (2017), Double Standards (2016) and Dog Killer (2016). Between 2014 and 2016, he lent his voice to characters in the animated web series RWBY, such as Atlas Soldier in the Painting the Town episode in 2014 and the Paramedic in the End of Beginning episode in 2016.
Jon Risinger would later contribute illustrations and art direction to the TV miniseries. Ten Little Roosters ‘ episode titled And Then There Were Two and One
As a writer, Risinger wrote several episodes of the On the Place game show. In 2014, he wrote the Team Gus vs. Team Buttz, Team Buttz vs. CSC, Team CSC vs. Team R&R Connection, Team CSC vs. Team Free Willy, and Team Disabled vs. Team Hotica episodes of the show.
In 2015 he produced The Funhaus Takes On The Fart Whisperer and Hogwarts, My Bag of Emotions, Danny LaBido, Raw Bread, The Cookie Hoover, Zach Anner Goes to Mars, I’m Your Host, Joel Heyman, Ray Narvaez Jr & The White Girl Challenge and Jeff Goldblum Finds a Way episodes of the Onsite show.
As an actor and host, Jon Risinger has appeared on many other Rooster Teeth shows. Between 2015 and 2016, he appeared in 4 episodes of the Million Dollar But… series. These episodes were Anniversary Sex and Negativity in 2015, Sudden & Permanent Nudity parachutes in 2015, Hunted by Linebackers in 2016 and Girls vs Ninjas in 2016.
He also voiced the role of Harrison’s father in Parents’ Day episode of the television series, Camp camp in 2017. The same year, he lent his voice to the character of Jean Paul in the film Save the Princess episode of the series, John Paul
Jon Risinger was the set photographer for Rooster Teeth Production’s feature film, Team Lazer in 2015. He is also the host of the Rooster Teeth show, Enjoy the Show. On Enjoy the Show, new movies are reviewed and analyzed. In 2016, Risinger appeared in the documentary, The Meme Machine: What Happens When the Internet Chooses You? . In 2016, he appeared in 2 episodes of the comedy series, Immersion
Divorce, wife and children
Fans of Jon Risinger are very interested in his private life along with his career. Jon Risinger once lived a married life, but unfortunately his marriage ended in divorce. In 2006, he married his girlfriend Kathy Risinger, an artist.
As seen on her Twitter biography, Kathy primarily loves coffee, wine, and beer. She also describes herself as an advocate for forgiveness. Their marriage lasted just over a decade before ending in divorce in 2015. Together the couple had two children, both daughters.
Height and other facts
• Jon Risinger’s height is 1.73m (5ft 8in).
• The Risinger’s dog, Bella has been on a few shows, including Million Dollars But… Metal Immersion and The Glove
• Risinger has 2 siblings.
• He has already taught in a college.
Before he moved to Austin, Texas. He lived in California for over 26 years.
• Risinger has celiac disease, an autoimmune disease that can cause damage to the small intestine if gluten is consumed.