Born on December 29, 1938
From Yonkers, New York
Jon Voight as "Mickey Donovan"
Ray Donovan is a "fixer" for Hollywood's elite. He is the go-to guy that the city's celebrities, athletes and business moguls call to make their problems disappear. It's a much more lucrative job than his previous work as a ruthless South Boston thug, vaulting him within reach of the truly wealthy and powerful. But no amount of money or the expensive things it can buy can completely mask Ray's past, a past that continues to haunt him with troubled brothers always calling and his father's recent release from 20 years spent in prison. Now a free man, Ray's father, Mickey, arrives in Los Angeles to get what he feels is rightfully his. Mickey's desire to reconnect and settle old scores with his family -- including Ray's wife and kids, who have never met the family's patriarch and are anxious to get to know him -- threatens to destroy everything Ray has built for himself.
|Emmy (Primetime) (2016)||Nominated||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series|
|Golden Globe (2015)||Nominated||Best Performance by An Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television|
|Emmy (Primetime) (2014)||Nominated||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series|
|Golden Globe (2014)||Won||Best Performance by An Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television|
Jon Voight as "Howard Cosell"
With wit and athletic genius, with defiant rage and inner grace, Muhammad Ali forever changed the American landscape. Fighting all comers, Ali took on the law, conventions, the status quo and the war -- as well as the fists in front of him. Ali both ignited and mirrored the conflicts of his time and ours to become one of the most admired fighters in the world. Forget, now, what you thought you knew.
|Academy Award (2001)||Nominated||Actor in a Supporting Role|
|Golden Globe (2001)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
Jon Voight as "Leo F. Drummond"
Struggling new attorney Rudy Baylor (Matt Damon) resorts to working for a shady lawyer (Mickey Rourke), where he meets paralegal Deck Shifflet (Danny DeVito). When the insurance company of Dot Black (Mary Kay Place) refuses her dying son coverage, Baylor and Shifflet team up to fight the corrupt corporation, taking on its callous lawyer (Jon Voight). Meanwhile, Baylor becomes involved with Kelly Riker (Claire Danes), an abused wife, whose husband complicates matters when he confronts Baylor.
|Golden Globe (1997)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
Jon Voight as "Oscar 'Manny' Manheim"
Escaped convicts (Jon Voight, Eric Roberts) and a stowaway girl (Rebecca De Mornay) ride an unmanned diesel speeding out of control through Alaska.
|Academy Award (1985)||Nominated||Actor in a Leading Role|
|Golden Globe (1985)||Won||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Jon Voight as "Billy"
Billy (Jon Voight) used to be a great boxer, but he's settled into a hardscrabble life that revolves around drinking, training horses, and the one bright spot in his existence -- his young son, T.J. (Ricky Schroder). Although Billy has had custody of T.J. since his wife, Annie (Faye Dunaway), left the family years ago, her return prompts a new struggle for the former fighter. Determined to hold on to T.J., Billy gets back into the ring to try and recapture his past success.
|Golden Globe (1979)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|
Jon Voight as "Luke Martin"
The wife of a Marine serving in Vietnam, Sally Hyde (Jane Fonda) decides to volunteer at a local veterans hospital to occupy her time. There she meets Luke Martin (Jon Voight), a frustrated wheelchair-bound vet who has become disillusioned with the war. Sally and Luke develop a friendship that soon turns into a romance, but when her husband, Bob (Bruce Dern), returns unexpectedly, she must decide between staying with him and pursuing her new love.
|Academy Award (1978)||Won||Actor in a Leading Role|
|Golden Globe (1978)||Won||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama|