Jason Isaac (TV36)
United Kingdom, England, Merseyside, Liverpool
Actor / Dubbing / Producer
Jason Isaac, British actor. At the beginning of studying law at Bristol University, he was attracted and shaken by the performance. Soon, he dropped out of Bristol and moved to the Central Academy of Performing Arts in London to hone his skills. He first appeared on widescreen in 1989, in Mel Smith's "The Tall Guy" film, playing a doctor. In the same year, he got a fixed role in the TV series "Capital City". Since then, he has also participated in many films. In 1998, Bruce Willis' performance in the film Armageddon won him recognition in Hollywood. In 2001, Jason was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the ALFS Award for his performance in The Patriot. In 2002, he was nominated for the PFCS Award Best Performance Team for "Black Hawk Down". In 2003, he was again nominated for the PFCS Award for Best Performing Team for "Harry Potter and the Vanishing Chamber". One of his familiar roles is to play the cute and evil Mr. Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter series. Isaacs has a low voice, but his handling of lines is unique. Acted as Mr. Darling/Captain Hook in the 2003 movie "Peter Pan". When referring to Harry Potter, he said: "I went back immediately after the casting meeting and read four books in one go. I suddenly understood why my friends were so obsessed with HP.