Jason finished in third place on The Bachelorette's currently-airing fourteenth season, but the 29-year-old senior corporate banker who currently resides in Seattle, WA, is expected to return for the show's The Men Tell All special July 30 on ABC.
Jason is a fan-favorite of the season, as he always seemed to have good intentions. And while he struggled to express himself and be vulnerable, Jason managed to break his walls down and put his heart out on the line for Becca.
Unfortunately, Becca crushed Jason's heart, and he left Thailand completely devastated. He even needed a second conversation with the Bachelorette in order to gain some closure from the experience and unexpected breakup.
However, since Jason is definitely not Becca's fiance, he has a chance to become the next The Bachelor star, or at least appear on an edition of Bachelor in Paradise.
Until viewers find out what's next for Jason and his journey to find lasting love, let's learn more about him.
Below is a list of 13 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Jason Tartick:
- Jason currently works as the vice president and senior middle market banker for Key Corporate & Commercial Bank, and he's going on eight years with the bank.
- Jason was born in Buffalo, NY, and he loves rooting for his hometown Buffalo Bills.
- When Jason was in high school, he played Men's Varsity hockey and Men's Varsity soccer. He served as team captain in both sports.
- Jason was inducted into Williamsville East High School's Hall of Fame in 2015.
- Jason experienced a life-changing moment when his grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's, forgot the identity of his father. Jason was humbled by his dad's emotion during that visit, and he vowed to never take a day for granted from that point forward.
- A little fun fact: Jason chipped his tooth on a chicken wing bone during the his hometown date with Becca on The Bachelorette but he managed to get it fixed at the dentist the next day.
- The bachelor says he was born with skates on his feet. His dad, in fact, served as his coach and taught him how to play ice hockey.