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Biography
American actor with Irish, Italian and German ancestry went from being a low-budget independent productions to Hollywood chic projects. Initially attracting the attention of moviegoers for his role in the Indian movie “The Last Time I Committed Suicide” (“Suicide”, 1997), where he played writer Neal Cassady, Thomas further into the high-end drama Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Night Boogie” (“Boogie Nights,” 1997) on the role of Todd Parker. Then the green-eyed blond actor with John Travolta and Nicolas cage starred in John Woo’s Thriller “Without a face” (“Face/Off”).
Thomas Jane (born Thomas Elliott III) was born on 29 January 1969 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
American actor with Irish, Italian and German ancestry went from being a low-budget independent productions to Hollywood chic projects. Initially attracting the attention of moviegoers for his role in the Indian movie “The Last Time I Committed Suicide” (“Suicide”, 1997), where he played writer Neal Cassady, Thomas further into the high-end drama Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Night Boogie” (“Boogie Nights,” 1997) on the role of Todd Parker. Then the green-eyed blond actor with John Travolta and Nicolas cage starred in John Woo’s Thriller “Without a face” (“Face/Off”).
Thomas continued to gain popularity through participation in such films as “the Thin red line” (“The Thin Red Line”, 1998) Terrence Malick, “Deep Blue Sea” (“Deep blue sea”, 1999) Renny Harlin, the Magnolia (“Magnolia”, 1999), Paul Thomas Anderson, “Under suspicion” (“Under Suspicion” 2000) Stephen Hopkins, “Original Sin” (“Temptation”, 2001) Michael Christopher and “The Punisher” (“the Punisher”, 2004) Jonathan hensleigh. Perhaps Thomas was the most well-known to television audiences for her role as the legends of baseball, Mickey mantle, in the historical drama Billy Crystal’s “61*”.
“When I played Mickey mantle in ’61*’, we worked at a very high level, says Thomas. – All sports training we had to pass, was just what it is that our bodies have reached a high level of sport. We played baseball for three months. I was constantly injured, sprained muscles of shoulder, muscles in the groin, back and legs…”
Thomas Elliott III’s (Thomas Jane) – the son of Michael Elliott and Ciniii Eliot. He received education in Gaisburg, Maryland, and Virginia. At the age of seventeen grown-up, Thomas left school to move to India and start a career as an actor. He came back to the United States to study acting, and after a year came to Los Angeles with the intention of becoming an actor.
“I starred in an Indian film in 17 years – so I entered in the acting world. I lived in Maryland. Some of the Hindus came to Washington, D.C., looking for the blond boy to take him to the set in an Indian film. The movie was like a love story of Romeo and Juliet – love relationship between the white American and the Indian girl. They wanted me to stay in India and I starred in another movie. They provided me with an apartment, a car… So I became an Indian movie star at 17. But I still decided to return to America, to study the craft of acting, and performed in theater…”. Thomas Jane.
A struggling actor faced difficulties in the first years of his stay in Los Angeles. Say, for some time he was even homeless and lived on food through the salvation Army (a religious charity) while trying to find a role. Thanks to his diligence and hard work, Thomas finally landed a role in a local theater and was a co-founder of the theater The Space Theater in Los Angeles. His starting point was 1992, when he received a small batch in the drama of Edgar Michael Bravo, “I’ll Love You Forever…Tonight” with a focus on unconventional love, and also starred in the horror film Fran Rubel Kuzu “Buffy the vampire Slayer” (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) in one of the main roles, along with Luke Perry and Hilary Swank. After a cameo role in the science fiction Thriller, albert Pyun’s “Nemesis” (“Nemesis”) in 1993, Jane debuted in the status of the main actor, Thomas Quinton Pennington, in the criminal movie “At Ground Zero”, which was released three years later.
After a three year break, Jane came to the big screen with a supporting role in the sequel of the movie “the crow” “The Crow: City of Angels” (“the crow 2: City of angels”). After the success of “Face/Off” in 1997, Thomas starred in the experimental drama directed by Reynaldo Villalobos, pilot UPN movie, “Secrets of Hollywood” (“Hollywood Confidential”). Over the next two years, Thomas has starred in eight different projects. In 1998, he plunged into the water independent cinema, playing in crime drama Skip woods ‘ “Thursday” (“Thursday”) the role of Casey, a former drug dealer. A little later, tried to imagine the mask of homosexual, bisexual, in love with pornosinlimites, in the romance of Dan Ireland “nominated” (“The Velocity of Gary”). In 1998 Thomas starred with Nicolas Bethe in his Comedy “Zack and Reba” (“Zack and Reba”).
Entering the new Millennium, Thomas attempted to stage a black-and-white film “Jonni Nitro”, in which he himself took part. Later in the same year, he played a hot-tempered detective helps Morgan Freeman to investigate a murder in the movie “Under Suspicion”, and was warmly welcomed by critics for the role of Tom Wingfield in a production of Tennessee Williams “The Glass Menagerie” together with Sheri North.
Continuing his rise to fame, Thomas Jane played the supporting role in the 2001 Thriller “Original Sin” by working together with Antonio Banderacom and Angelina jolie. However, the next appearance on the big screen in the romantic Comedy with the actress Cameron Diaz, “The Sweetest Thing” (“Love”, 2002), and a joint project by Stephen king and Lawrence Kasdan “Dreamcatcher” (“the Dreamcatcher”, 2004) have not attracted much attention to the person of Thomas, which is confirmed by the meager box office of those two movies. In 2004, after starring in “Stander” (“Stander”), crime drama Bronwen Hughes based on the true life story of South African COP who robbed a Bank, Jane takes up the mantle of action hero, playing special agent Frank Castle, the adaptation of the popular comic book about the Punisher, “The Punisher”. In addition to the surprisingly accurate transfer of character agent, Thomas voiced his character specifically for the video game of the same name.
At 37 years of age Jane, together with actors Diane lane, Mickey Rourke and Rosaria Dawson starred as Wayne Colson in Director John Madden in action “Killshot” (“Killer”). In 2006, Thomas was in another action, “Thieves”, and in 2007, he planned to repeat his role in the movie about the Punisher, “Punisher 2”, as the actor played a major Mitch hunter in a fantastic tape of Simon hunter’s “The Mutant Chronicles” (“the mutant Chronicles”). Thomas played the role of a support character Base of the Hall, to the horror of David Arquette “the Traveler” (“The Tripper”) and became a star of the Thriller Thomas Jane’s “The Dark Country”.
Out of camera Jane is a fan of the alternative band The White Stripes. As for his personal life, the actor was married twice. Initially was involved with Ayesha Hauer, and then, the ceremony of marriage with his present wife, actress Patricia Arquette, in June 2006. At Arquette and Jane from the marriage of a daughter, Harlow. His love story also tells us that the actor in the past was in love with the actress Olivia D ABO.
On 17 March 2008 the police, the California patrol stopped the car Jane for speeding, extreme excess. Thomas was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. His blood alcohol level reached its highest level, adopted in Kern Country, California, amounting to 08%. In addition, police claim that Jane was driving with a temporarily revoked license.

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