Jason Patricís feature film debut came in 1987 when he appeared in the comedy-thriller The Lost Boys. He then starred in the war drama The Beast, After Dark My Sweet and Rush, which earned Patric critical acclaim. Patric next starred in Geronimo: An American Legend, The Journey of August King. Sleepers and in Your Friends and Neighbors, which was the first feature Patric produced for his production company, Fleece. Patric starred in the drama Narc and The Alamo for Director John Lee Hancock. He starred in Downloading Nancy, Expired, My Sisterís Keeper and The Losers. Patric starred as Brick in the Broadway production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Some of his other theatre credits include Neil LaButeís Bash, Beirut, Out of Gas on Loverís Leap, The Tempest, Henry V and Loveís Labor Lost. Presently Patric is starring on Broadway in the revival of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning Play That Championship Season, with Chris Noth, Kiefer Sutherland, Brian Cox and Jim Gaffigan, directed by Gregory Mosher. The play, originally presented in 1972, was written by Patricís father, Jason Miller.