Who is Jason Beghe?
Jason Deneen Beghe (born March 12, 1960) is an actor from the United States. He has played Sergeant Hank Voight in the NBC TV series Chicago P.D. since 2014.
He is also known for his roles in the 1988 George A. Romero film Monkey Shines, as Demi Moore’s love interest in G.I. Jane, as a police officer in the film Thelma & Louise, as Moira Kelly’s love interest in the television series To Have & to Hold, and recurring roles on Picket Fences, Melrose Place, Chicago Hope, American Dreams, Cane, and Californication.
Beghe used to be a Scientologist. He began taking Scientology classes in 1994 and later appeared in an advertising campaign and promotional videos for the Church of Scientology.
Beghe, who is of Italian, German, English, and French Canadian ancestry, was born in New York City on March 12, 1960, the son of tax court judge Renato Beghe, and has three siblings.
He went to the Collegiate School, a private boys’ preparatory school in New York City. He became best friends with John F. Kennedy Jr. and actor David Duchovny while there, and another classmate was dancer Christopher d’Amboise. He attended Pomona College and graduated in 1982.
Jason Deneen Beghe was born on March 12, 1960, and is now 63 years old.
Francesca Beghe, Beghe’s sister, is a singer-songwriter who released a self-titled album with SBK Records in 1991. Charles S. Deneen, a two-term governor of Illinois and one-term U.S. Senator in the late 1920s, was his great-grandfather.
Beghe married Angie Janu in the year 2000. The couple has two kids. He currently resides in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, California. Beghe filed for divorce in December 2017, and it was granted in September 2020.
Jason Beghe is an American film and television actor who has a net worth of $9 million dollars.
Beghe made his feature film debut in 1985, playing a minor role in “Compromising Positions,” a film starring Susan Sarandon. He had a supporting role in the comedy fantasy “Maid to Order” two years later. Beghe made his starring debut in George A. Romero’s psychological horror film “Monkey Shines” in 1988, playing a paralyzed quadriplegic.
Following that, he appeared in Ridley Scott’s “Thelma & Louise” as a state trooper and Barry Levinson’s “Jimmy Hollywood” as a detective. Beghe appeared in the war drama “G.I. Jane” in 1997 as Demi Moore’s love interest.
Jason played an exorcist in the 2008 supernatural horror film “One Missed Call” after making uncredited appearances in “The X-Files” and “Spider-Man.” He played a detective in Paul Haggis’ thriller “The Next Three Days,” starring Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks, two years later.
Jason Beghe went on to appear in films such as “Tall Justice,” “X-Men: First Class,” “Atlas Shrugged: Part II,” and “Phantom.” He co-starred in the 2015 drama “Safelight” with Evan Peters, Juno Temple, Ariel Winter, and Christine Lahti.
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