Thomas Jane

Actor, Chef
Though he starred in his first movie when he was 17 years old, actor Thomas Jane spent several years - a few of them homeless - struggling to make it in Hollywood. Following small parts in films like "Buffy the Vampire ... Read more »
Born: 02/22/1969 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA


Actor (53)

The Expanse 2015 - 2016 (TV Show)


Before I Wake 2015 (Movie)

Mark (Actor)

Broken Horses 2015 (Movie)

Gabriel Heckum (Actor)

Into the Grizzly Maze 2015 (Movie)

Beckett (Actor)

Sleight of Hand 2015 (Movie)


Standoff 2015 (Movie)

Carter (Actor)

Texas Rising 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)


Vice 2015 (Movie)

Roy Tedeschi (Actor)

Buttwhistle 2014 (Movie)

Grumisch (Actor)

Drive Hard 2014 (Movie)

Peter Roberts (Actor)

Give 'Em Hell, Malone 2014 (Movie)


Kingdom Come 2014 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

Reach Me 2014 (Movie)

Wolfie (Actor)

The Veil 2014 (Movie)


White Bird in a Blizzard 2014 (Movie)

Detective Scieziesciez (Actor)

Pawn Shop Chronicles 2013 (Movie)

The Man (Actor)

LOL 2012 (Movie)

Allen (Actor)

Hung 2008 - 2011 (TV Show)


I Melt With You 2011 (Movie)

Richard (Actor)

The 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)


Killshot 2009 (Movie)

Wayne Colson (Actor)

Mutant Chronicles 2009 (Movie)

Major Mitch Hunter (Actor)

Dark Country 2008 (Movie)


Scream 2007 2007 - 2008 (TV Show)


Scream Awards 2006 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)


The Mist 2007 (Movie)

David Drayton (Actor)

The Tripper 2007 (Movie)

Buzz Hall (Actor)

Stander 2004 (Movie)

Andre Stander (Actor)

The Punisher 2004 (Movie)

The Punisher/Frank Castle (Actor)

Dreamcatcher 2003 (Movie)

Dr Henry Devlin (Actor)

The Sweetest Thing 2002 (Movie)

Peter Donahue (Actor)

61* 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Eden 2001 (Movie)

Dov (Actor)

Original Sin 2001 (Movie)

Walter Downs (Actor)

Sizzlin' Sixteen 2001 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Under Suspicion 2000 (Movie)

Detective Felix Owens (Actor)

Deep Blue Sea 1999 (Movie)

Carter Blake (Actor)

Junked 1999 (Movie)

Switch (Actor)

Magnolia 1999 (Movie)

Young Jimmy Gator (Actor)

Molly 1999 (Movie)

Sam (Actor)

The Velocity of Gary (Not His Real Name) 1999 (Movie)

Gary (Actor)

The Thin Red Line 1998 (Movie)

Private Ash (Actor)

Thursday 1998 (Movie)

Casey Wells (Actor)

Boogie Nights 1997 (Movie)

Todd Parker (Actor)

Face/Off 1997 (Movie)

Burke Hicks (Actor)

The Last Time I Committed Suicide 1997 (Movie)

Neal Cassady (Actor)

At Ground Zero 1996 (Movie)

Thomas Quinton Pennington (Actor)

The Crow: City of Angels 1996 (Movie)

Nemo (Actor)

I'll Love You Forever... Tonight 1993 (Movie)

Joe (Actor)

Nemesis 1993 (Movie)

Billy (Actor)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1992 (Movie)

Zeph (Actor)

Hollywood Confidential (TV Show)


Mob City (Tv Show)

Producer (2)

The Land That Time Forgot 2014 (Movie)


I Melt With You 2011 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)
Director (1)

Dark Country 2008 (Movie)



Though he starred in his first movie when he was 17 years old, actor Thomas Jane spent several years - a few of them homeless - struggling to make it in Hollywood. Following small parts in films like "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1992) and "The Crow: City of Angels" (1996), Jane had a breakout performance as a cocaine addict who helps two porn stars try to rob a freebasing drug dealer in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights" (1997). Though onscreen for only a few minutes, the actor was memorable enough for audiences to stand up and take notice. From there, he became a prominent face in several high-profile features, including "Deep Blue Sea" (1998) and "Under Suspicion" (2000), both of which helped turn him into a hot commodity. By the time he starred as "The Punisher" (2004), Jane was poised for superstardom, though the comic book-based action flick failed to live up to its hype, leaving his pending celebrity for another day. Nonetheless, he continued appearing in interesting projects - including as the star of the black comedy "Hung" (HBO, 2009-2011) - making Jane an actor always worthy of one's attention.


Patricia Arquette Actor

Engaged in 2002 Married on June 25, 2006 at the Palazzo Contarini in Venice, Italy Arquette filed for divorce in January 2009 They reconciled a few months later and she dropped divorce action in July 2009 Couple separated again in August 2010 Divorce finalized July 1, 2011

Harlow Calliope

Born Feb. 20, 2003; mother, Patricia Arquette

Michael Elliott


Cynthia Elliott


Aysha Hauer Actor

Married Dec. 19, 1989 Divorced in 1995

Olivia d'Abo Actor

Engaged from 1998-2001 Worked together in "The Velocity of Gary" (1998) and "Jonni Nitro" (1999) No longer together


Thomas Sprigg Wootton High School

Rockville , Maryland
Dropped out in senior year when cast in a film that was to be shot in India



Co-starred with Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore in the remake of the French film "LOL"


Nominated for the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy ("Hung")


Co-starred in Mark Pellington's "I Melt with You"; also executive produced


Cast as Ray Drecker, a struggling high school basketball coach who resorts to prostitution, on the HBO comedy series "Hung"; earned a Golden Globe nomination in 2009 for Best Actor in a Comedy Series


Co-starred in Stephen King's "The Mist," written and directed by Frank Darabont


Co-starred in David Arquette's directorial debut "The Tripper," a satirical horror film co-produced by Arquette and his wife Courteney Cox Arquette


Played special agent Frank Castle in "The Punisher," based on the Marvel Comic


Portrayed André Stander in "Stander," the true story of a South African police captain who became a bank robber


Co-starred with Morgan Freeman in "Dreamcatcher"


Cast as Cameron Diaz's love interest in the romantic comedy "The Sweetest Thing"


Portrayed Mickey Mantle in his quest to best Babe Ruth's batting record in the HBO drama "61*"


Acted with Antonio Banderas and Angelina Jolie in "Original Sin"


Had supporting role as a hotheaded police detective in "Under Suspicion"


Co-starred with Sheree North in a Southern California stage production of "The Glass Menagerie"; played Tom Wingfield


Played a gay man who falls for a bisexual porn star (Vincent D'Onofrio) in "The Velocity of Gary"


First mainstream lead role as a shark wrangler in the thriller "Deep Blue Sea"


Cast as the longtime friend who begins a romance with a woman "cured" of her autism in "Molly"


Hired for role in "The Thin Red Line," directed by Terrence Malick


Played a former drug dealer whose past catches up with him in the drama "Thursday"


Portrayed a scruffy prisoner in "Face/Off"


Offered a memorable turn as a drug dealer in "Boogie Nights," directed by Paul Thomas Anderson


Returned to features with a supporting role in "The Crow: City of Angels"; first screen credit billed as Tom Jane


Cast in the feature "At Ground Zero" (released in 1996); credited as Tom Elliott


Had small role in the feature "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"; credited as Tom James

Raised in Gaithersburg, MD

At age 17, offered a role in a Romeo and Juliet-themed film shot in India; dropped out of high school and moved to India

Moved to Los Angeles, CA; reportedly was homeless for a time, eating his meals at a Salvation Army while audtioning for acting roles

Returned to the U.S. to study acting

Was a founding member of The Space Theater in L.A.

Bonus Trivia


On his gallery of eccentric roles and his own bout of homelessness, Jane told Premiere magazine in September 1999: "Characters who walk on the other side are reminders that life is bumpy. As much as we try to follow the white lines, sh*t happens, and we can be thrown off into an embankment."


Jane was arrested in the early morning of March 17, 2008 for a DUI. It was reported that the actor was stopped in his Maserati for driving at "an extremely high rate of speed" in Kern County, CA. Jane was sentenced to a year's probation after pleading no contest in to a solo count of driving under the influence.