Caviezel, James 1968–
CAVIEZEL, James 1968–
Full name, James Patrick Caviezel; born September 26, 1968, in Mount Vernon, WA; son of Jim (a chiropractor) and Ellen Caviezel; married Kerri Browitt (an English teacher), 1997; children: Bo. Education: Attended Bellevue Community College, University of Washington, and University of Southern California. Religion: Roman Catholic. Avocational Interests: Basketball.
Addresses: Agent—International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.
Career: Actor. Previously worked as a waiter, hay baler, and a model for The Gap. Spokesman for Redeem the Vote.
Member: Sigma Chi.
Awards, Honors: Chicago Film Critics Association Award nomination, most promising actor, 1999, for The Thin Red Line; Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination, favorite male—newcomer, 2001, for Frequency; honorary degree, King's College, 2003; MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, 2004, MTV Movie Award nomination (Mexico), most divine miracle in a movie, 2004, Grace Award, most inspiring movie acting, MovieGuide Awards, 2005, all for The Passion of the Christ.
Airline clerk, My Own Private Idaho, 1991.
Billy Hargrove, Diggstown (also known as Midnight Sting), 1992.
Warren Earp, Wyatt Earp, 1994.
Dizzy Anderson, Ed, Universal, 1996.
Rear F-18 pilot, The Rock, 1996.
"Slov" Slovnik, G.I. Jane, Warner Bros., 1997.
(As Jim Caviezel) Private Witt, The Thin Red Line (also known as La mince ligne), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1998.
Black John, Ride With the Devil, Good Machine/Universal, 1999.
Tom D'Amato, Any Given Sunday, Warner Bros., 1999.
Angel Eyes, 2000.
Jerry, Pay It Forward, Warner Bros., 2000.
(As Jim Caviezel) Jim McCormick, Madison, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2000.
(As Jim Caviezel) John Sullivan, Frequency, New Line Cinema, 2000.
Speaker, Resurrection (documentary short), American Bible Society, 2000.
Himself, The Science & Technology Behind "Frequency" (documentary), 2000.
(As Jim Caviezel) Steven "Catch" Lambert, Angel Eyes, Warner Bros., 2001.
(As Jim Caviezel) Edmond Dantes/Count of Monte Cristo, The Count of Monte Cristo (also known as Alexandre Dumas's "The Count of Monte Cristo"), Buena Vista, 2002.
(As Jim Caviezel) Tom Kubik/Ron Chapman, High Crimes, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2002.
Himself, Rosy-Fingered Dawn: A Film on Terrence Malik (documentary), 2002.
(As Jim Caviezel) James "Rennie" Cray, Highwaymen, New Line Cinema, 2003.
(As Jim Caviezel) Johannes, I Am David, Artisan Entertainment, 2003.
(As Jim Caviezel) Fletcher, The Final Cut (also known as The Final Cut—Dein tod ist erst der anfang), Lions Gate Films, 2004.
Jesus, The Passion of the Christ (also known as The Passion Recut), Newmarket Films, 2004.
Eathan Allen, Rebels, 2004.
Himself, The Big Question (documentary), 2004.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Dexter, A Good Day To Die (also known as Children of the Dust), CBS, 1995.
Television Appearances; Specials:
The 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, Fox, 2000.
(Uncredited) Himself, Mel Gibson: God's Lethal Weapon (documentary), Channel 4 (England), 2004.
Himself, The Passion Behind "The Passion" (documentary), 2004.
Himself, The Making of "The Passion of the Christ" (documentary), Independent Television, 2004.
VH1 Big in 04, VH1, 2004.
The 2004 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2004.
Himself, Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope, USA, CNBC, Trio, Sci-Fi, Bravo, MSNBC, PAX, and Telemundo, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Bobby Ridell, "Hero," The Wonder Years, 1992.
Darryl Harding, "Film Flam," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995.
The Rosie O'Donnell Show, 2000.
Film '72, BBC (England), 2004.
The 700 Club, CBN, 2004.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2004.
Hannity & Colmes, Fox News, 2004.
(As Jim Caviezel) The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, CBS, 2005.
(As Jim Caviezel) The View, ABC, 2005.
Also appeared in 77 Sunset Strip; On the Record with Bob Costas, HBO.
Appeared in The Matchmaker, Seattle, WA; Come Blow Your Horn, Seattle, WA.
Newsmakers, Issue 3, Thomson Gale, 2005.
Interview, December, 1998, p. 127; November, 2001, p. 130.
Newsweek, February 16, 2004, p. 52.
Parade, February 22, 2004, p. 26.
People, May 10, 2004, p. 154; November 29, 2004, p. 118.
Sports Illustrated, April 26, 2004, p. 28.
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