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Jason Isaacs

Jason has one child, daughter Lily was born on March 23, 2002.
 
Jason appeared as Louis in the Royal National Theatre Production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Angels in America.
 
Jason is best known for his bad guy roles in The Patriot as the evil Colonel Tavington and in the Harry Potter series as the equally wicked Lucius Malfoy.
 
Jason made his big-screen debut in 1989 with a minor turn as a doctor in Mel Smith's The Tall Guy.
 
Jason is the third of four sons of a Liverpool merchant.
 
Jason is said to be one of the best "British Imports" America has found in the 21st century.
 
Jason starred in a play with Ruth Wallace titled The Glory of Love.
 
Jason met his first girlfriend at Bristol University.
 
Jason admits that he first became interested in acting because: "it was a great way to meet girls."
 
Jason's natural eye colour is blue.
 
When Jason was first cast in the role as Lucius Malfoy, he insisted that the character be dressed more aristocratically instead of the pin-stripped suits originally intended for Malfoy
 
Jason was set to play Dr. William Birkin in Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004), but left the project.
 
Jason had an uncredited role as Dr. William Birkin (and the narrator) in Resident Evil (2002).
 
Jason originally studied to pursue a career as an attorney.
 
In 2001, Jason was nominated for the Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Villain (Internet Only) for: The Patriot (2000).
 
In 2001, Jason was nominated for the ALFS Award British for Supporting Actor of the Year for: The Patriot (2000).
 
In 2003, Jason & co. were nominated for the PFCS Award for Best Acting Ensemble for: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002).
 
Jason is an avid fan of the Harry Potter books.
 

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