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Also Known As: Jason Deneen Beghe Died:
Born: March 12, 1960 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor

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Jason Beghe established a prolific repertoire in film and television beginning in the mid-1980s. His name isn't regarded as synonymous with one series or character, yet he worked on some of the most recognizable shows of his era, from the science fiction favorite "Quantum Leap" (NBC 1989-1993) to the hospital drama "Chicago Hope" (CBS 1994-2000) and the procedural drama "Chicago Fire" (NBC 2012- ). His film work included the feminist hit "Thelma & Louise" (1991), the Demi Moore military drama "GI Jane" (1997), and the superhero hit "X-Men: First Class" (2011). Born in 1960 in New York City and privately educated at the city's Collegiate School, Beghe was friends in his youth with both the late John F. Kennedy Jr. and the future actor David Duchovny. It was Beghe who convinced the aspiring academic Duchovny to enter acting as a profession; he subsequently appeared in high-profile projects starring his old friend, including small roles in both the cult favorite "The X-Files" (Fox 1993-2002) and Duchovny's next major project "Californication" (Showtime 2009-). He was also best man at Duchovny's wedding to actress Tea Leoni. Away from performance, Beghe was a former member turned vocal critic of the...

Jason Beghe established a prolific repertoire in film and television beginning in the mid-1980s. His name isn't regarded as synonymous with one series or character, yet he worked on some of the most recognizable shows of his era, from the science fiction favorite "Quantum Leap" (NBC 1989-1993) to the hospital drama "Chicago Hope" (CBS 1994-2000) and the procedural drama "Chicago Fire" (NBC 2012- ). His film work included the feminist hit "Thelma & Louise" (1991), the Demi Moore military drama "GI Jane" (1997), and the superhero hit "X-Men: First Class" (2011). Born in 1960 in New York City and privately educated at the city's Collegiate School, Beghe was friends in his youth with both the late John F. Kennedy Jr. and the future actor David Duchovny. It was Beghe who convinced the aspiring academic Duchovny to enter acting as a profession; he subsequently appeared in high-profile projects starring his old friend, including small roles in both the cult favorite "The X-Files" (Fox 1993-2002) and Duchovny's next major project "Californication" (Showtime 2009-). He was also best man at Duchovny's wedding to actress Tea Leoni. Away from performance, Beghe was a former member turned vocal critic of the Church of Scientology.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Phantom (2013)
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 One Missed Call (2008)
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 Home Alone 4 (2002)
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 Three Blind Mice (2001) Carter Simmons
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 When Andrew Came Home (2000) Eddie
9.
 Runaway Virus (2000) Dr Daniel Rothman
10.
 Cab to Canada (1998) Mike Donahue
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1997:
Appeared in "G.I. Jane"
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Co-starred in the CBS series "To Have & to Hold"

Education

Collegate School: New York , New York -

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wife:
Angie Beghe. Actor.

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