Jason O’Mara Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jason O’Mara Net Worth $2 Million
Jason O’Mara net worth and wages: Jason O’Mara is an Irish celebrity that has a net worth of $2 million. Jason O’Mara was born in Sandycove, Dublin, Ireland. More movie and television work in America shortly followed, including parts in such jobs as “The Agency”, “Criminal Minds”, “Resident Evil: Extinction”, “Men in Trees”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, as well as the American remake of the British show, “Life on Mars”. In 2011 he was cast in the show, “Terra Nova”.
Father, with Paige Turco, of son David O'Mara, born in 2004.
In The Agency (2001) episode, The Agency: Thanksgiving (2002), Jason O'Mara's character, "A.B. Stiles", must go undercover, posing as an I.R.A. terrorist.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.
He also appeared in the multi-award winning production of Harold Pinter's "The Homecoming", with Ian Holm, which played in Dublin, London and at Lincoln Center, New York.
He received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 2002 Irish Theater Awards for his performance in "Bash", written and directed by Neil LaBute, at the Gate Theater, Dublin.
He has a degree in Drama from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
[on being asked what it's like to perform in front of a green screen] I took Green Screen 100. It was the class right after lunch on a Thursday. And that's seen me through. No, honestly, there is no training for it. I think experience is probably the best preparation. I get a second take which is always useful when I blow the first one. You rely on your director to have your back. We rely on our collective imaginations to envisage that the creature we're looking at is actually there, taking up space, so close you can probably smell it, I've had several interactions with these creatures.