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THOMAS JANE (Chuck) is an accomplished producer, director and comic-book author most widely regarded for his impressive acting career. His television credits include a starring role on "The Expanse," for Alcon and Syfy, and the lead role as Ray Drecker in HBO's "Hung," a role that earned him three Golden Globe Award nominations. He also starred as New York Yankee baseball legend Mickey Mantle in HBO's "61*," another role that earned him critical acclaim.

Up next, Jane stars in Shane Black's reimagining of The Predator. He was recently seen in the chilling Stephen King adaptation 1922 and the indie feature Hot Summer Nights. Jane's breakout performance came in Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights (1997). From there he became a prominent face in several high-profile features including Deep Blue Sea (1999), The Punisher (2004), The Mist (2007) and Dark Country (2009), the last of which he also directed.

Jane went on to star in such films as Before I Wake, opposite Kate Bosworth; Vice, alongside Bruce Willis; The Veil, opposite Jessica Alba; and Standoff, with Laurence Fishburne. Additional credits include The Thin Red Line, Magnolia, Mutant Chronicles, Killshot, Dreamcatcher, The Sweetest Thing, The Crow, Broken Horses, White Bird in a Blizzard, I Melt with You, Pawn Shop Chronicles, Drive Hard, Reach Me, Into the Grizzly Maze and USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage.

Jane co-created RAW Studios, a comic book and graphic-novel media company. Under this mantle, he has written and released comic books such as "Bad Planet."

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