James Finley Ransone III
(1979-06-02) June 2, 1979 (age 42)
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
James Finley Ransone III (born June 2, 1979) is an American actor and musician. He is known for his roles as Ziggy Sobotka in the second season of the drama series The Wire, United States Marine Corps Cpl. Josh Ray Person in the war drama miniseries Generation Kill (2008), The Deputy in the supernatural horror films Sinister (2012) and Sinister 2 (2015), and the adult Eddie Kaspbrak in It Chapter Two.
Ransone was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Joyce (née Peterson) and James Finley Ransone II, a Vietnam War veteran. He was educated at the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Baltimore and attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan for one year. 
In May 2021, on his Instagram account, Ransone wrote that he was sexually abused by his math tutor Timothy Rualo in 1992. He reported his allegations to the Baltimore County police in March 2020, but they declined to pursue the charges after an investigation. An investigation by the Baltimore school system has not yet been resolved.
By the age of 27, Ransone had developed a heroin addiction and a debt of $30,000, but became sober in 2007.
He is married to Jamie McPhee, with whom he has a son.
In 2002, Ransone co-starred in the Harmony Korine drama film Ken Park as Tate. He starred in the 2008 miniseries Generation Kill as Cpl. Josh Ray Person.
In 2010, he was cast in a recurring role in the HBO comedy series How to Make It in America, and the following year, appeared in a recurring role in the HBO drama series Treme. In 2012, he starred in the drama film Starlet. The following year, he starred in the AMC drama series Low Winter Sun as Damon Callis.
Ransone then starred in the 2012 horror film Sinister in the supporting role of Deputy So-and-So.
In June 2014, Ransone joined the cast of the Western film In a Valley of Violence. Also in 2014, Ransone starred in Small Engine Repairoff-Broadway.
In 2015, he had a co-starring role in the comedy-drama film Tangerine. Following the success of Sinister, Ransone appeared in the 2015 sequel Sinister 2, reprising his role from the first film but now as the main character. In 2016, Ransone starred in the drama series Bosch as Eddie Arceneaux.
In 2019, Ransone played Eddie Kaspbrak (sharing the role with Jack Dylan Grazer) in the horror film It Chapter Two, for which he received critical praise.
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Season 10, Episode 6, “Ask Jeeves”, Aired Nov 10, 2014
I’m sure I’m not the only Supernatural fan who assumed that Bunny LaCroix was going to be a porn star. No, she was a rich old heiress who had passed away. Proof that being ridiculously rich allows you to have a ridiculous name: Blanket Jackson, Apple Martin (seriously, how are people not going to call her Appletini when she’s older?)
Bunny’s death has resulted in her dysfunctional family gathering in her house for the reading of the will. Also invited to attend was Bobby Singer. (*sniff* I still can’t..)
As the boys are Bobby’s family, they go along in his place to collect whatever was bequeathed by Bunny. When they arrive, they find a family that is less than torn apart by grief. And a couple of slightly more mature ladies who appreciate the finer things in life, including a tall Winchester, even if they’re not of the Westchester Winchesters.
The family is classic WASPs, elegant, drunk & unhappy. And Bunny’s great-nephew, Dash, has the squarest jaw I’ve ever seen. Honestly, he looks like Johnny Bravo
They are all also apparently broke. Phillip, the butler, divulges this information while he hands over the bequest, a beautiful Celtic cross pendant (cross – la Croix, geddit?) studded with rubies and diamonds. The boys are at a pawn broker’s within a heart beat to get it valued, only to find out that the jewels are fake, and that the pendant is actually a key.
Yep, that’s what I was thinking too, Sam. Back to the LaCroix house to check what the key is about. And they’re just in time to find out that Bunny’s younger brother, Stanton, has been decapitated. Cousin Heddy has a murder theory. She thinks it was Stan’s wife, Amber, who is suspected of cheating on him. Her prenuptial agreement meant that they couldn’t divorce. All sounds plausible, but Amber claims that the person who killed him was actually the ghost of Bunny’s late husband, Lance. Looks like the boys have a case. Only problem is, so does the local Detective, and he’s not letting anyone leave the house, everyone is under suspicion. So, weapons-wise, they’re going to have to improvise.
Dean pokes around and finds a secret passageway behind a bookshelf
Sadly, it does not lead to a Batcave, but to a dusty old attic where he finds two maids, Olivia and Colette. Unfortunately for Colette, she is dead and her body is wrapped in a rug. And the whole family thought she’d gone to Clown College! Nope, Colette was murdered, too. By the ghost of Bunny LaCroix. The butler had locked Olivia in here so she couldn’t tell the police.
Sam and Dean split up to search the house for the butler, and they both find him. Only Sam’s butler is lying face down on the kitchen counter with a knife in his back, while Dean’s one is throwing him across the room. After leaving Dean in a heap on the floor, the butler runs away, shedding his skin on route.
This is no ghost they’re dealing with, it’s a shapeshifter.
The boys are standing nonchalantly near the real Phillip’s body when Olivia walks in. Dean assures her they aren’t the killers.
They get Olivia to bring them the silverware and are then armed to the hilt. With butter knives! They each hold them to make sure that they are all who they say they are. Don’t forget, there was a shifter Dean way back when. Yep, two Deans….yummy… Anyway, they all pass the test. Now they just have to check everyone else. Sam interrogates his fan club. They are pretty willing, especially when he gets handsy with the knives hidden up his sleeves. I’m surprised they don’t notice how cold his touch is when the knife is against their skin, but maybe they just think he’s giving them the shivers.
Dean searches the house for the others, and finds Dash and Amber making out in a wardrobe. They pass the test too, leaving only the Detective in question. Nope, he’s out of the picture, cause he’s dead face down in a toilet. So now they’re all gathered together in the bathroom, nice! Amber and Dash admit their affair as they all start to accuse each other. Before the boys get to go full on Poirot, the family turn on them. They end up locked in an office by Dash, who disses the flannel. Real men wear flannel, pheasant hunter!
They try to use the butter knives to jimmy the lock, but realise that the ‘silverware’ is actually stainless steel, so the shifter is still out there. And who is it? Why, it’s Olivia, the maid, who is in fact, Bunny’s daughter!
Lucky for the family, there are both security cameras and a gun locker in the office. The boys blast their way out, and there is a stand-off in the kitchen between Olivia and Sam. She explains that Bunny had an affair with a shifter, told Lance that the baby was his, but the real father showed up, killed Lance and then got killed by Bobby. He agreed to spare the baby as long as she kept the child locked up for her own safety and everyone else’s. He was to come and take care of her if anything happened to Bunny.
And now Sam delivers his favourite line, “You don’t have to do this”. I would love a count of how often he’s said it. The long explaining chat has a purpose, as it’s given Dean time to get to the car and get silver bullets. He shoots Olivia dead. And then shoots again, and again, and again.
The family is eager to repay them and tell everyone about their heroics, but Dean is having none of it. Really, he threatens Dash that he’ll come back for him if he speaks up.
Sam is worried about how many shots Dean took on Olivia. It was a little over-enthusiastic. He tries to talk to him about it, but Dean turns up the radio and ignores him. So, Dean is back in the saddle. But is it the Dean we know, or is there something lurking in the wings?
And if you’re looking for a Supernatural themed gift for Christmas, the Supernatural version of the Clue board game has just been released! Coincidence? No, of course not! But it’s a better marketing ploy than most.
The end card reveals that the episode is dedicated to the memory of James A. McCarthy. Mr. McCarthy was the father of John McCarthy who directed the episode, and died during filming. Sincere condolences to the McCarthy family.
Supernatural airs Tuesdays on The CW at 9/8c.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Morgan at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con
|Born|| (1966-04-22) April 22, 1966 (age 55)|
Seattle, Washington, U.S.
(m. 1992; div. 2003)
Jeffrey Dean Morgan (born April 22, 1966) is an American actor and producer of film and television. He is known for his roles as John Winchester in the CWfantasyhorror series Supernatural (2005–2007; 2019), Denny Duquette in the ABCmedical drama series Grey's Anatomy (2006–2009), the Comedian in the superhero filmWatchmen (2009), Clay in The Losers (2010), Jason Crouse in the CBSpolitical drama series The Good Wife (2015–2016), Negan in the AMChorror drama series The Walking Dead (2016–present), and Harvey Russell in Rampage (2018).
Morgan was born in Seattle, Washington to Sandy Thomas and Richard Dean Morgan. He graduated from Lake Washington High School in 1984 and briefly attended Skagit Valley College to pursue a career in basketball. Following a leg injury that ended his hope of becoming a professional player, he left school to pursue his other interests such as painting and writing. While helping a friend move from Seattle to Los Angeles, intending only to stay for a weekend, he decided to live there permanently to pursue acting. "I fell into acting, found out I had a little talent, and pursued it."
Starting with Uncaged (1991), Morgan has appeared in over 25 feature films. However, the bulk of his work has been in television. He was a major character in the 1996–97 television series The Burning Zone, appearing in eleven of its nineteen episodes.
In 2005 and 2006, Morgan simultaneously appeared in three television series: in the CW series Supernatural as John Winchester, in a recurring role on ABC's Grey's Anatomy as heart transplant patient Denny Duquette, and as Judah Botwin in two episodes of the Showtime series Weeds. He has also guest-starred in a number of television series, including ER; JAG; Walker, Texas Ranger; Angel; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Sliders; The O.C.; and Monk. In 2007, Morgan was cast in a proposed project by Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes. The series, tentatively titled "Correspondents", was to have started production in summer 2007. ABC instead picked up a spin-off of Grey's Anatomy, called Private Practice, that was also created by Rhimes. As a result, "Correspondents" was shelved.
In 2007, Morgan starred in the film The Accidental Husband, which finished filming in March 2007 and was released on DVD in 2009.
Morgan starred in the thriller The Resident in 2011. He also appeared in the drama film Days of Wrath in 2008.
In 2009, Morgan portrayed The Comedian, a cigar-chomping antihero in Watchmen, based on Alan Moore's graphic novel. In the same year, Morgan appeared in Taking Woodstock, and played Clay in a comic book movie adaptation of The Losers. He also played Jeb Turnbull in the DC comic book movie Jonah Hex.
Morgan appeared in the Texas crime thriller Texas Killing Fields as a homicide detective in 2011. The following year, Morgan starred in the television drama series Magic City, which centered on mob life in 1950s Miami. The same year, Morgan starred in the horror thriller The Possession, and had a supporting role in the war film Red Dawn.
In 2014, Morgan played Charlie Peters, the owner of the Cake House, in the season finale of Shameless.
In November 2014, Morgan was cast as Joe DiMaggio opposite Kelli Garner as Marilyn Monroe in The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, a Lifetime four-hour miniseries based on J. Randy Taraborrelli's book of the same name.
In 2015, Morgan portrayed Deaf Smith in Texas Rising, a five-part mini-series which aired on the History Channel. Also in 2015, Morgan became a regular cast member for season 2 of the CBS sci-fi drama Extant. He also appeared in an uncredited role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as Bruce Wayne's father, Thomas Wayne. It has long been rumored that if a movie based on the DC comics hero The Flash was made using the Flashpoint Paradox storyline, that Morgan would reprise his role as Thomas Wayne and play the alternate universe Batman in the film.
In 2015, Morgan took on the role of freelance investigator Jason Crouse, opposite Julianna Margulies, in the popular CBS TV series The Good Wife, until that series concluded in the spring of 2016. That year Morgan began his most noted role to-date, as Negan on the AMC TV series The Walking Dead. He made his first appearance in the sixth-season finale on April 3, 2016, serving as the primary antagonist of the seventh and eighth seasons and later an anti-hero since the ninth season. He later lent his voice to the character when he was added as DLC in the fighting game Tekken 7. In 2015, he had a lead role in Jonás Cuarón's thriller film Desierto.
On May 28, 2017, Morgan drove the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car to lead the starting field of the 101st Indianapolis 500. In September, Morgan appeared in a commercial for the online game Evony.
Morgan was 5th billed in the Dwayne Johnson film Rampage, released in April 2018.
Morgan reprised his role as John Winchester in the thirteenth episode of the fourteenth season of Supernatural, which was also the 300th episode of the series. It aired on February 7, 2019.
Morgan was married to actress Anya Longwell from 1992 to 2003. In 2007, he was briefly engaged to his former Weeds co-star Mary Louise Parker; their engagement ended in April 2008.
In 2009, actress and producer Sherrie Rose told Us Weekly that she had a son with Morgan, born circa 2004–2005. Morgan hasn’t confirmed or denied this.
In 2009, Morgan began a relationship with actress Hilarie Burton after being set up on a blind date through his Supernatural co-star Jensen Ackles and Ackles's wife, Danneel, whom Burton co-starred with on One Tree Hill. The couple's son Gus, was born on March 14, 2010. After 5 years of infertility, their daughter George Virginia was born on February 16, 2018. On October 5, 2019, the couple got married, although many erroneously speculated they had married in 2014.
Morgan and Burton have made their home in the town of Rhinebeck in Dutchess County, New York on a 100-acre working farm in the Hudson Valley with cows, ducks, chickens, alpacas, donkeys, and an emu. Since 2014, they have been co-owners (along with Morgan's friend, actor Paul Rudd) of Samuel's Sweet Shop, a Rhinebeck candy store they saved from being closed after the previous owner, a friend of theirs, died suddenly.
In 2019, Morgan purchased an apartment in the NoHo neighborhood of Lower Manhattan in New York City.
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