Jason Clarke is an Australian actor and producer. He has been acting in various Australian films and TV shows. Jason Clarke was born on 17th July 1969 in Winton, Queensland, Australia. His is 6'11" (1.85m) tall. His star sign is Cancer. He was brought up in Winton, which is a very rural, inhabitant part of Queensland. His father was a sheep shearer by profession. He was recognized for his work in the TV series Brotherhood for his role as Tommy Caffee. He played the roles of an antagonist in most of the Australian films. He started working in his mid-twenties. His first featuring direct-to-video film was Dilemma in 1997. He is famous for the movies like Zero Dark Thirty Click to look into! >> Read More... Zero Dark Thirty in 2012 for his role as Dan, Dawn of the Planet of Apes in 2014 for his role as Malcolm, and Everest in 2015 for his role as Rob Hall. He is currently producing two movies that are about to get released in 2016, All I See is You as James and a World War II drama as Reinhard Heydrich.

In his career, he has worked in 33 films and videos out of which the latest were Knight of Cups (2015) and Everest (2015) and 23 television series in the past. He has acted in some big budget movies along with some of the superstars. He acted in The Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014), White House Down (2013) with Channing Tatum, Terminator Genisys (2015) with Arnold Schwarzenegger and in The Great Gatsby (2013) with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. The latest TV series in which he appeared was The Chicago Code in 2011. He played the role of JarekWysocki. His first TV series was Halifax f.p. in 1995 as a Detective in only one episode.

Awards

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards in 2012 for Best Supporting Actor in Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Indiewire Critics' Poll in 2012 for Best Supporting Performance in Zero Dark Thirty (2012), North Carolina Film Critics Association in 2013 for Best Supporting Actor in Zero Dark Thirty (2012) and Village Voice Film Poll in 2012 for Best Supporting Actor in Zero Dark Thirty (2012). There is a fun fact about his career that being an Australian native; he has never worked in an Australian Production as an Aussie. He is talented and can fluently speak in American dialects. He loves reading the piece of writings from Irvin Yalom.