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Birth name: James Patrick Caviezel.
Born: September 26, 1968 Mount Vernon, Washington, USA.
Other names: Jim Caviezel.
Nickname: Jimmy, JC.
Height: 6' 2" (1.88 m).
-Kerri Browitt (1997 - present) they have two children.

Jim Caviezel biography (bio):
James Patrick Caviezel, Jr. is an American film actor, sometimes credited as Jim Caviezel. He is perhaps best known for playing the part of Jesus Christ in the 2004 Mel Gibson film The Passion of the Christ.

Early life:
Caviezel was born in Mount Vernon, Washington, the son of Ellen, a housewife and a stage actress, and James Patrick Caviezel, Sr., a chiropractor. He has a younger brother, Timothy, and sisters Anne, Amy, and Erin, and was raised in a tight-knit Roman Catholic family in Conway (Skagit County), Washington. Caviezel's surname is of Romansh origin; his father is of Slovak (maternal) and Swiss (paternal) descent, while his mother's ancestry is Irish. Jim attended Mount Vernon High School for two years and then moved to Seattle and lived with family friends in order to play basketball at the Catholic O'Dea High School. The following spring, he transferred from O'Dea to another Catholic school, Burien's John F. Kennedy Memorial High. There he starred on the basketball team and graduated in 1987. Following high school, Jim enrolled at Bellevue Community College where the 6 ft 2 in athlete also played basketball. A foot injury in his second year, however, put an end to Jim's hopes of a basketball career in the NBA. He later transferred to the University of Washington where he turned his focus to acting and became a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.

After appearances in Wyatt Earp and G.I. Jane, Caviezel scored a breakthrough performance in Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line. He was originally cast to play Cyclops/Scott Summers in X-Men (2000) but dropped out due to a scheduling conflict with his other film, Frequency.
Caviezel starred in such mainstream Hollywood films as Angel Eyes, Pay It Forward and The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). In 2001, he played the lead in Madison, a film that tells the story of the hydro races in Madison, Indiana. Caviezel's character pilots Miss Madison to victory, recounting the 1971 event. The film did not appear in theatres until 2005. In addition, his work in High Crimes (2002) was highly praised by critics.
In 2002, he played a pivotal role in the film I Am David from the Danish novel known by both David and North to Freedom, written by Ann Holm.
In 2004, Caviezel portrayed Jesus Christ in the Mel Gibson film The Passion of the Christ. During the filming of this film, he was struck by lightning, accidentally whipped, dislocated his shoulder and bruised his eye. After its release, Caviezel was offered the role of spokesman for a fashion line called "Heavenly," which he refused, citing that it would be an insult to people who felt the film had something meaningful to offer.
Also in 2004, he expressed interest in playing the role of Superman/Clark Kent for the 2006 Superman Returns film, even mentioning that he would dedicate his performance to Christopher Reeve. Ultimately, he was passed over by director Bryan Singer, who felt that Caviezel was too well known after starring in The Passion of the Christ. The part went to newcomer Brandon Routh instead.
Caviezel plays a lead role in Unknown, an IFC project distributed by the Weinstein Company. Caviezel also has a role in Tony Scott's 2006 action film, Dj Vu opposite Denzel Washington and Val Kilmer. He plays the lead role, Kainin, in the film, Outlander, which began principal photography in October 2006 in eastern Canada.
Caviezel is providing the voice of Jesus on the Thomas Nelson Inc.-produced New Testament audio dramatization "The Word of Promise," set to release in the fall of 2007.

Personal life:
Caviezel is a devout Roman Catholic and has been a featured public speaker at religious venues since the release of The Passion. On March 19, 2005 he was the main speaker at the first Catholic Men's Conference in Boston. Caviezel stated that he chose to speak at the conference only because he liked Boston Archbishop, Sean Cardinal O'Malley. His wife Kerri, also a devout Roman Catholic, is a teacher and an accomplished flautist. The two are active in their Conejo Valley, California parish. Kerri supports a charity for single mothers and also volunteers with their church's Detention Ministry at a camp for incarcerated youth in Malibu, California. Officially, as Notre Dame, he is a non-degree student, though Associate Dean Ava Preacher was quoted by the University's newspaper as saying that Caviezel was "working on 'how to proceed'" as a student at Notre Dame.
Caviezel remains a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, which he joined while a student at the University of Washington and is a Minnesota Vikings fan. His 14-year relationship with his schoolteacher wife works, he says, because of his frequent use of the phrases "I am wrong" and "I am sorry."[citation needed] Last year they adopted a baby Chinese boy with a brain tumour; the Caviezels have also adopted a second child, a young girl, from the Guangzhou region of China.
Caviezel is the brother-in-law of current St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan.

Public politics:
On October 24, 2006, Caviezel was featured (along with Patricia Heaton, Kurt Warner, and Mike Sweeney) in an advertisement opposing Missouri Amendment 2 (to provide state funds for somatic cell nuclear transfer, a form of embryonic stem cell research). While non-partisan, the advertisement was widely seen as supporting the Republican Party position on the issue. Caviezel began the advertisement by saying "Le-bar nash be-neshak", Aramaic for "You betray the Son of Man with a kiss," a reference to Judas' betraying Christ and a phrase used in the Greek of Luke's Gospel. The line however, did not include a translation into English. Caviezel closed the commercial with the line, "You know now. Don't do it," referring to the voting in favor of the amendment.
The advertisement appeared to be a response to a pro-Amendment 2 advertisement featuring the actor, Michael J. Fox who has Parkinson's Disease and is a vocal proponent of stem-cell therapies. This was reported to be entirely coincidental, however, said to have been conceived and filmed previously.
Caviezel also donated in 2006 to the unsuccessful campaign to re-elect US Senator Rick Santorum.
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