Jason Patric English Actor
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Jason Patric is an American actor who was born on 17th June, 1966, in Queens, New York Click to look into! >> Read More... New York City, New York, USA.

Oscar-winning actor, Jason Miller Jason Nicholas Miller was born on 24th December, 1 >> Read More... Jason Miller , is the father of Patrick, and actress Linda Gleason, is his mother, who is a Tony Award nominee. His grandfather, , was a famous comedian and an actor in American cinema. He is the half-brother of Joshua Miller, who is an actor and director.

He was in a relationship with Danielle Schreiber from 2002 to 2012. Danielle accused him of physically and mentally abusing her while they were in a relationship. She was also pregnant with his son, for whom he always took a stance that he was only a sperm donor and had no role in the upbringing of the child. After all these accusations made by Danielle, Patric launched a campaign for his son’s custody. This whole custodial dispute led to a ‘father’s-rights movement’ and had Jason as its face.

Jason went to a Catholic school of New Jersey, Cavallini Middle School, and later to Don Bosco Preparatory High School (all boys).

He started his career at the age of 17. The actor appeared in a television show called ‘Tough Love’.

He even hosted the famous talk show, Saturday Night Live.

His first movie was ‘Solarbabies’, which came out in 1986. In this film, the actor was seen playing the role of an orphan named Jason, who was the leader of the orphan group.

Jason was also a part of the movie, The Thin Red Line. This film was based on an epic war novel by James Jones. But unfortunately, his scene was cut out from the final print.

His other movies include The Beast (1988), ‘Incognito’ (1997), Three Days of Rain (2002), The Alamo (2004), Walker Payne (2006), The Yellow Birds (2016), et al.

The actor was nominated for some awards and also went on to win many of them. He won the Stockholm International Film Award for ‘Expired’, in 2007, Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for his supporting role in the movie, Your Friends & Neighbors, in 1998, and Western Heritage Award for the movie Geronimo: An American Legend, in 1994.