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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Brown Hair

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Birthplace: London, England, GB

Date of Birth: 09/25/66

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The Red Violin (1998) Sexy, sexy, shirtless 01:02:45 Jason lounges in the tub, reading a letter. He moves from the bath to the bed, covering his instrument with his instrument. (26 secs)
The Red Violin (1998) Sexy, sexy, shirtless, straight 01:07:00 Jason bares his manly chest as he's caught red handed...and with that damn violin in his hand. (22 secs)
Alive and Kicking (1996) Nude, balls, butt, penis, shirtless 00:02:52 Jason emerges from the shower and shows his junk. There's another dude behind him that is just as generous. (9 secs)
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London-born actor Jason Flemyng made his first film appearance alongside Asian eyeful Jason Scott Lee in the 1994 movie adaptation of The Jungle Book. His first major role came two years later when played a villain in the 1996 drama Hollow Reed. But Jason really broke into the mainstream when he costarred with hard-bodied hunk Jason Statham in Guy Ritchie's blockbuster 1998 London gangster flick Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. We’re thinking of smoking something too Jason, and it rhymes with “lock” and “stock.” After the success of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Jason went on to make appearances in the Canadian-Italian drama The Red Violin (1998), the action horror flick Deep Rising (1998) with Treat Williams, and Snatch (2000), yet another Guy Ritchie movie, this time featuring Brad Pitt, Benicio del Toro, and Vinnie Jones.  Jason’s success in the action movie got him cast in two big-budget Hollywood comic books adaptation. The first was 2001's From Hell, where he appeared with Johnny Depp, and the second was 2003's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, with Sean Connery and Stuart Townsend. On these sexy costars, Jason commented, “Any day you walk onto a set and Sean Connery or Johnny Depp or Brad Pitt is there has to be a good day." Good indeed!