Who Is Jason Clarke? Introducing Zero Dark Thirty's Rising Star

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Jason Clarke may be treading in Jessica Chastain’s shadows when it comes to praise for Zero Dark Thirty but he’s fast being recognised as a rising star in Hollywood. In an interview with Comingsoon.net, the interviewer remarks that on watching another on-screen pairing between Clarke & Chastain (Lawless, which came out before ZD30), he realised that Clarke is one of those actors that’s in tons of movies, but you probably don’t know who he is yet.

With a knowing smirk on his face, Jason Clarke explains how he got involved in Kathryn Bigelow’s controversial movie. “Heard about it going on,” he reveals, “really wanted to be part of it, because you realise it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of something so relevant.” Since the interview took place, Zero Dark Thirty has become embroiled in controversy, over its portrayal of various torture tactics used by the CIA to get information out of their captives. Clarke’s character Dan is an integral part of those powerfully dramatic scenes and we reckon it won’t be long before he starts getting the roles and the recognition that he deserves.

The Aussie actor can be seen later this year in the highly-anticipated and long-delayed version of The Great Gatsby, due out in May. He plays the role of George Wilson, alongside Carey Mulligan, Isla Fisher, Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. Jason Clarke’s light will not be hidden under that bushel for much longer! 

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peacekeeper

+1 to joey's comments. Very memorable role for Mr. Clark. If you're a fan of him in the least bit, it's a great series to check out (Brotherhood). A shame it was only on the air for 3 seasons..

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He was great in the short lived Showtime series "Brotherhood" too. Edgar Ramirez is another one in ZD30 that should be rising.

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