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Jason Douglas

 

 

Jason Douglas is an American stage, film, and voice actor who is gaining increasing visibility of late by breaking into mainstream film and television work.

Most notably, Douglas played the hitman hired to kill Marv in Robert Rodríguez's 2005 film adaptation of Frank Miller's "Sin City" graphic novels; also in 2005, he appeared as Tom Cooper in the TNT miniseries Into the West, produced by Steven Spielberg.

Later, Douglas appeared in the Richard Linklater film A Scanner Darkly and in the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries, The Lost Room. He has also had guest spots on the hit TV series Prison Break and Friday Night Lights. In 2007 Jason appeared in the film Premonition and the Coen Brothers film No Country For Old Men.

In December 2008, Douglas appeared in the TNT film The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice as Ivan, a Russian mercenary.

 



 

 

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