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Jason Clarke      

Actor, Best Known for "Brotherhood" and "The Great Gatsby"

Jason Clarke is an Australian actor who was born and raised in Winton, Queensland.

Clarke has made many Australian television appearances, including "Murder Call," "Wildside," "Home and Away," "Blue Heelers," "All Saints," "Farscape," "White Collar Blue," and "Stingers."

Clarke has appeared in such films as "The Human Contract," "Death Race," "Public Enemies," and "Rabbit-Proof Fence."

From 2006 to 2008, Clarke starred as Tommy Caffee on the Showtime series "Brotherhood."

Clarke played "Red" Hamilton in the 2009 Michael Mann film "Public Enemies."

In 2011, Clarke appeared in the thriller film "Texas Killing Fields," directed by Ami Canaan Mann. That same year, he also played Detective Jarek Wysocki in the FOX series "The Chicago Code," from the creator of "The Shield."

Clarke played Dan in the 2012 Oscar-nominated film "Zero Dark Thirty." Clarke was nominated for a Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor.

He recently portrayed George Wilson in "The Great Gatsby" remake, which was released in May 2013.


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