Chuck Carrington is an actor who has had a sparse career on television and in film. Carrington was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 1968, and launched into his biggest role in his first year in the industry. After single episode appearances on the mystery thriller "Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction" and the prime-time soap "Melrose Place", Carrington joined the cast of the successful crime mystery "JAG" (which stands for Judge Advocate General), a show about navy lawyers and their cases. Carrington played P.O. Jason Tiner for 103 episodes, from 1997 to 2003. The show entered syndication in 1999, though Carrington followed up the role after his part on "JAG" ended with just two other performances. In 2005, he appeared as a naval attaché on an episode of the sci-fi thriller, "Surface", and then in 2007 he starred in the film, "The List", a thriller that co-starred Malcolm McDowell and Hilarie Burton. Carrington played Renny Jacobson, a young man out of law school who negotiates his father's complex will after his mysterious death. The film's box office was poor ($132,000) even by independent film standards.