Name: John Reese.
Occupation: Former US Army Special Forces and CIA field agent.
Current status: Agent - presumed dead.
Special skills: Trained in the use of a range of weapons, hand-to-hand combat and surveillance tactics.
Other information: Name is believed to be one of several alias.
Personal bio: Former lover, Jessica; deceased. Details currently unknown.
Jim Caviezel established himself as one of Hollywood's most promising stars with a breakthrough performance as brooding pacifist Private Witt in Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line, in which he appeared opposite Sean Penn, Nick Nolte and Adrian Brody. He went on to star in Angel Eyes, opposite Jennifer Lopez, and High Crimes with Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd. Caviezel later portrayed the wrongly convicted Edmond Dantes in the Alexandre Dumas classic, The Count of Monte Cristo, before delivering his most critically acclaimed performance as Jesus in the box-office phenomenon, The Passion of the Christ.
His additional film credits include Final Cut opposite Robin Williams and Mira Sorvino, Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius opposite Claire Forlani and Jeremy Northam, Ang Lee’s Ride With the Devil, Frequency with Dennis Quaid, Madison, about hydroplane boat racer Jim McCormick, and the time-traveling thriller Déjà Vu alongside Denzel Washington. The Tony Scott-directed film was the first to be shot in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area. Caviezel also starred in the sci-fi adventure Outlander, the thriller Long Weekend and the gripping The Stoning of Soraya M.
In 2009, Caviezel starred opposite Sir Ian McKellan in the title role of The Prisoner, a re-imagined version of the classic sci-fi television series.
Chosen as one of People magazine's “50 Sexiest,” Caviezel is an avid, lifelong sports fan who considered pursuing a career in the NBA while in college, until a foot injury derailed those plans. Currently, Caviezel lives in Southern California. His birth date is Sept. 26.