Jason O'Mara was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland with his sister Rebecca O'Mara. Soon after graduating from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Drama and Theater he moved to London, England, to further pursue his acting career. Time spent in British repertory theater led to major roles in some of Britain and Ireland's great theaters, including The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Almeida, The Donmar, London's West End (Apollo and Comedy theaters) and the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Concurrently, he appeared in many British TV series for both the BBC and ITV. A permanent move to the US in 2002 resulted in Jason becoming a major presence on American and international screens, both big and small.
He has played the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman in six animated films. The only actor to play the role more times is Kevin Conroy.
He received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 2002 Irish Theater Awards for his performance in "Bash", written and directed by Neil LaBute, at the Gate Theater, Dublin.
Jason is an ambassador for The Lir, Ireland's National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin and for The Movember Foundation, the global men's health charity organization.
He became an American citizen in 2009.
He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, the actress Paige Turco, and their son David.
You can follow Jason on Twitter @jason_omara and Instagram @jasonomaraofficial and Facebook.