|Date of Birth||6 August 1972 , Dublin, Ireland|
|Height||5' 11¼" (1.81 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
- IMDb Mini Biography By: nomenclator_st
Jason loved to play rugby and had little interest in acting until he was sidelined after an injury and decided to try out for a school play. After that, he was hooked on acting.
Jason started working in theater. His theater credits in London and Dublin include "The Jew of Malta", "Popcorn", "The Homecoming" and "Bash", for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in 2002 at the Irish Theatre Awards.
Jason's television work with BBC includes Playing the Field (1998), Berkeley Square (1998), High Stakes (2001) and Monarch of the Glen (2000).
In 2001, he made his US television debut in Steven Spielberg's Band of Brothers (2001), for HBO.
Jason decided to move to LA and made the pilot, Eastwick (2002), for FOX. When that wasn't picked up, he was offered roles on two CBS series, The Agency (2001) and Presidio Med (2002). He chose The Agency (2001) and starred as "A.B. Stiles" for season 2.
Jason met his wife, Paige Turco, while they were both on The Agency (2001). They were married in 2003 and have one son, David O'Mara. They have residences in LA, Connecticut and New York, and visit Jason's family in Ireland, often.
Jason has had guest appearances on several series, including CSI: Miami (2002), The Closer (2005), Men in Trees (2006) and Criminal Minds (2005).
He has been working with ABC and Touchstone for the past few years. He has made 3 pilots: "Countdown" (2003) (TV) in 2003, Drift (2006) in 2006 and, for this season, Marlowe (2007), as well as one series, In Justice (2006), which aired as a mid-season replacement during the 2006/2007 season.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Dawn
|Paige Turco||(19 September 2003 - present) (1 child)|
Despite the fact that O'Mara was born and raised in Dublin, his character is told at the end of the episode, "Do something about that phony Irish accent!".
In addition, in an episode of "Life on Mars" entitled 'All the Young Dudes', his NYC detective character went undercover in the Irish mafia. While undercover he claims to be from Sandycove area of Dublin, which is where O'Mara is really from. As opposed to his appearance on "The Agency" he is told by a fellow cop, "Hey I thought you really were Irish. You're good at accents!" His wife Paige Turco played his love interest in the episode, the sister of the mafia boss.