Jim Caviezel (James Patric Caviezel) was one of the fifth children born on September 26 19 on Mount Vernon, Washington.
His mother was a stage actress and his father James Caviezel, a chiropractor. He has three sisters and a brother and was raised in a strictly knit catholic family. He completed his schooling from "Jone F Kennedy Memorial High School" in Burien, Washington. He also played Basketball and graduated in 1987. He was highly interested in Basketball and wanted to join the United State Novel Academy but was not selected for three times. He then played for college but his luck didn't favor him playing basketball. He has to end up his dream of being an NBA player because of his foot injury.
After the end of his dream of "NBA", he started his carrier in acting. He got a small role as a foreign airline Clewhork in the independent film "My Own Private Idaho" in 1991. He worked as a waiter along with his auditions. He acted in several small roles . He had a breakthrough performance in 1998 in the film The Thin Red line directed by Terrence Malick. He had a leading role in the films" Unknown "and "DJohn Reese from 2011 to 2016 which was created by Jonathan Nolan. His one of the best role was the role of Jesus Christ in the film "The Passion of the Christ "in 2004. After his amazing performances in the film The Thin Red Line he never had to struggle back on his carrier. Today he has been well known in the entertainment industry.
6'1/2 " tall Jim Caviezel was married to Kerri Browitt who is a high school English teacher who is dedicated to her family. They have adopted three children from china who are affected by cancer. His wife was also a devoted catholic. He is a good and loyal husband who loves his family a lot. He was never seen being intimate with any co-actors during the films on the screen.
He has struggled hard to maintain his carrier. He is a hard-working man who is fully dedicated to his work. It is because of his hard work that, today he has name and fame in the industry. today his total net worth is $25 million.1 0