Jim Caviezel has nice olive skin with beautiful blue eyes. He has a nice dark hair color. The way he talks is so smooth and sexy. But unlike Scott Baio, Jim Caviezel has more charm to his personality. I know that Jim Caviezel was really popular and did a lot of acting when I was little. Like, he played Jesus in "Passion of The Christ (2004)" He did a movie with Jennifer Lopez in 2001. I look at pictures of him and he just everything. The way he smiles. Holy Shit, he's beautiful. Jim's smile just melts heart and I get a complete aroused.
Many pages are already dedicated to Jim Cazievel. Why another one? Because his career is amazingly exponential and that this man is a very unique and fascinating human being. This page is an homage to him in a deep respect of his private life.
Anne Faye-Langevin (Administrator).
De nombreuses pages sont déjà consacrées à Jim Caviezel. Pourquoi en créer une nouvelle ? Parce que sa carrière connaît un succès exponentiel et que cet homme est tout à fait hors-norme, un être humain fascinant et...
Fans of acclaimed action thriller Person of Interest (Thursdays 9/8c CBS) — the new hit television series from creator/executive producer Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight, the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises, The Prestige, Memento) and J.J. Abrams’s Bad Robot Productions (Fringe, Lost, Super 8, the upcoming Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) — can see it on the big screen this weekend as the show makes its New York Comic Con debut with a screening at NYCC 2011.
Warner Bros. Television will present a special screening of an episode of the series on Saturday, October 15,...
James Patrick Caviezel, Jr. (pronounced /kəˈviːzəl/; born September 26, 1968) is an American film actor, sometimes credited as Jim Caviezel. He is perhaps best known for the roles of Jesus Christ in the 2004 film The Passion of the Christ, Bobby Jones in Bobby Jones: A Stroke of Genius, Edmond Dantès in The Count of Monte Cristo, Catch in Angel Eyes and Private Witt in The Thin Red Line.
Caviezel is a devout Roman Catholic and has been a featured public speaker at religious venues since the release of The Passion. On March 19, 2005 he was the main speaker at the first Catholic...