Jason O'Mara

Jason O'Mara(born August 6, 1972) is an Irish actor who starred in the American television network dramasIn Justice,Life on Mars , and Terra Nova.

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 Jason O'Mara's Career

He performed with The Royal Shakespeare Company . His theatre work in London and Dublin includedThe Jew of MaltaandPopcorn, and he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 2002 at the Irish Theatre Awards for his portrayal of John in Neil LaBute 'sBash.

He appeared in Harold Pinter'sThe Homecomingin London and Dublin as well as Lincoln Center in New York. He has also starred in several other series, includingThe Agency,Band of Brothers,Monarch of the Glen,High Stakes,Playing the Field,The Bill,Berkeley Square, andReach for the Moon.

Recently, he has starred as lead character Sam Tyler in the U.S. remake of the British seriesLife on Mars. He also played Jim Shannon, the lead role in the recently canceled 2011 Fox TV seriesTerra Nova.

O'Mara also guest-starred in theCriminal Mindsseason two episode "The Last Word" as the Mill Creek Killer, a serial killer who is in competition with the Hollow Man, a serial shooter played by Scott Michael Morgan.

Also starring in the movie One for the money in the main role as Joe Morelli.

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 Jason O'Mara's Personal life

O'Mara was born and raised in Sandycove in south Dublin , Ireland , where he attended St Michael's College , a Catholic private boys school. He was planning on becoming a professional rugby player until an injury forced him to focus his attention elsewhere.

He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin with a degree in drama. He married American actress Paige Turco in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Old Saybrook, Connecticut , on September 2003; they have one child, David.

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 Jason O'Mara's Filmography

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