Biography of Thomas Jane:

Thomas Jane, born Thomas Elliott III on February 22, 1969, is an American actor, producer, and director. 
Here is a brief biography of Thomas Jane:

Early Life:

Birth: Thomas Jane was born on February 22, 1969, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Family Background: His father, Thomas Elliott Jr., was a genetic engineer, and his mother, Cynthia Jane, was an antiques dealer.
Early Life and Early Career - Notable Roles in Television Career - Notable Quote - Personal Life of Thomas Jane
Biography of Thomas Jane

Early Career:

Thomas Jane began his acting career in the late 1980s with roles in various television series and films.
He gained attention for his performance in the film “Boogie Nights” (1997), directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Thomas Jane’s Notable Roles:

“Deep Blue Sea” (1999): Jane starred in this science fiction horror film about genetically engineered sharks.
“The Punisher” (2004): He played the lead role of Frank Castle, also known as The Punisher, in this film adaptation of the Marvel Comics character.

Television Career:

Thomas Jane has appeared in several television series, including a notable role in the HBO series “Hung” (2009–2011), for which he received a Golden Globe nomination.

Other Projects:

In addition to acting, Jane has worked as a producer and director. He directed and starred in the film “Dark Country” (2009).

Personal Life of Thomas Jane:

Thomas Jane has been married multiple times. His first marriage was to actress Aysha Hauer, and he later married actress Patricia Arquette. His third marriage was to producer and director Ayesha Hauer.
He has a daughter from his marriage to Arquette.

Notable Quote:

“Acting is a way of living out one’s insanity.” Thomas Jane
Thomas Jane continues to be active in the entertainment industry, taking on diverse roles in film and television. His career showcases versatility, from dramatic roles to action-packed performances.