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  • White House Down

  • The Great Gatsby

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  • Yelling to the Sky

  • Lawless

  • Texas Killing Fields

  • Trust

  • Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

  • Public Enemies

  • The Human Contract

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Jason Clarke Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jul 17, 1969
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Not to be confused with the right-wing U.S. political commentator of the same name, the distinguished-looking Australian character actor Jason Clarke burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with a series of critically praised and somewhat edgy roles. He began down under, opposite Aussie superstar [[Performer~P83200~Bryan Brown~bryanbrown]], in the crime thiller [[Feature~V227094~Risk~risk]] (2000), and was particularly memorable two years later as a slimy constable in the politically tinged period docudrama [[Feature~V262133~Rabbit-Proof Fence~rabbitprooffence]] (2002). Clarke then took on a four-episode guest role the Sci-Fi Channel's [[Feature~V280080~Farscape~farscape[tvseries]]] (2003), playing Jenek. After that, he signed for a lead role -- local politician Tommy Caffee -- in the acclaimed Showtime series [[Feature~V354510~Brotherhood~brotherhood[tvseries]]], opposite [[Performer~P34601~Jason Isaacs~jasonisaacs]]. Over the coming years, Clarke would remain an active force on screen, appearing in films like Public Enemies, Trust, and Texas Killing Fields. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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