James Ransone

Biography

James Finley Ransone III is an American actor. He is best known for his acting roles as Ziggy Sobotka in the second season of HBO's The Wire, as U.S. Marine Corporal Josh Ray Person in the Iraq War-based mini-series Generation Kill, and Tate from Ken Park most notably for his infamous and somewhat controversial scene depicting autoerotic asphyxiation.

James Finley Ransone III is an American actor. He is best known for his acting roles as Ziggy Sobotka in the second season of HBO's The Wire, as U.S. Marine Corporal Josh Ray Person in the Iraq War-based mini-series Generation Kill, and Tate from Ken Park most notably for his infamous and somewhat controversial scene depicting autoerotic asphyxiation.

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Gender Male

Known Credits 33

Birthday 1979-06-02

Place of Birth Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 Mr. Right as Vaughn
2016 In a Valley of Violence as Gilly
2015 Conventional as Stu Mac 3
2015 Sinister 2 as So & So
2015 Tangerine as Chester
2015 The Timber as Wyatt
2014 Cymbeline as Philario
2014 This American Life: Live at BAM as David
2013 Oldboy as Dr. Tom Melby
2013 Empire State as Agent Nugent
2013 Low Winter Sun(10 episodes) as Damon Callis
2013 Broken City as Todd Lancaster
2012 Starlet as Mikey
2012 Red Hook Summer as Kevin
2012 Sinister as Deputy
2011 The Son of No One as Officer Thomas Prudenti
2010 The Next Three Days as Harv
2008 Generation Kill as Cpl. Josh Ray Person
2008 Generation Kill(10 episodes)
2008 Prom Night as Detective Nash
2008 The Good Humor Man as Junebug
2006 Jericho(1 episode)
2006 Inside Man as Steve-O
2006 Love Monkey(1 episode)
2004 Downtown: A Street Tale as Billy
2002 Ken Park as Tate
2002 The Wire(1 episode)
2000 Ed(1 episode)
2000 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation(1 episode)
1999 Third Watch(2 episodes)
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit(1 episode)
1990 Law & Order(1 episode)
1900 Light Up the Night as Joe

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