Jason Clarke (born 17 July 1969) is an Australian film and television actor. Clarke has appeared in many TV series, and is known for playing Tommy Caffee on the television series Brotherhood. He has also appeared in many films, often as an antagonist. His film roles include Zero Dark Thirty (2012), White House Down (2013), Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014), Terminator Genisys (2015), Everest (2015), and Chappaquiddick (2018), in which he portrayed Ted Kennedy.
Clarke in July 2013
17 July 1969|
Winton, Queensland, Australia
|Occupation||Film and television actor|
Cécile Breccia (m. 2018)
Clarke has made many Australian television appearances, including Murder Call, Wildside, Home and Away, Blue Heelers, All Saints, Farscape, White Collar Blue, and Stingers. He played Tommy Caffee on the Showtime series Brotherhood. He has appeared in such films as The Human Contract, Death Race, and Rabbit-Proof Fence.
Clarke played "Red" Hamilton in the 2009 film Public Enemies. In April 2010, he was cast in the thriller film Texas Killing Fields. He also played Detective Jarek Wysocki in the 2011 Fox series The Chicago Code and CIA interrogator Dan in the 2012 film Zero Dark Thirty. Clarke played a major role in the 2012 crime film Lawless. He played George Wilson in the 2013 remake of The Great Gatsby. Also, in 2013, he played ruthless terrorist leader Emil Stenz in White House Down. He played Malcolm in the 2014 film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. In 2015's Terminator Genisys, Clarke portrayed John Connor, and the film grossed over $440 million worldwide.
Clarke began a relationship with French actress Cécile Breccia in 2010, and had a son in 2014. In January 2018, the pair announced they had gotten married and were expecting their second child together. Clarke says he identifies as a Democrat.
|1995–1999||Blue Heelers||Dean Crocker
|1996||Diagnosis: Murder||Rick "Slick" Brooks||Episode: "A Model Murder"|
|1997||Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac||Willy||Miniseries|
|1997||Halifax f.p: Hard Corps||Detective||Television film|
|1998||Heartbreak High||Warren||1 episode|
|1998||Wildside||Det. Con. Paul Moss||2 episodes|
|1998||Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place||Hank||Episode: "Two Guys, a Girl and a Recovery"|
|1998||Murder Call||Zac Hartman||Episode: "A View to a Kill"|
|1999–2000||All Saints||Eddie Furlong||2 episodes|
|2001||Flat Chat||Episode: "Dark & Stormy Night"|
|2001||Head Start||Constable Rogers||Episode: "Out of the Blue"|
|2001||The Bill||Agent Vinten||Episode: "Beech on the Run"|
|2002||Home and Away||Christopher 'Kick' Johnson||5 episodes|
|2002||The Outsider||Ray Childress||Television film|
|2002–2003||White Collar Blue||Ray Jarvis||2 episodes|
|2003||Farscape||Captain Jenek||4 episodes|
|2003||BlackJack||Tony Seaton (1973)||Television film|
|2006–2008||Brotherhood||Tommy Caffee||29 episodes|
|2009||US Attorney||Michael Ryan||Television film|
|2011||The Chicago Code||Jarek Wysocki||13 episodes|
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