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In 1982, James had the role of sociopathic murderer Albert Ganz in Walter Hill’s Golden Globes Award-nominated film “48 Hrs.” starring Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy, while he also played a supporting role alongside Richard Gere, Gregory Hines and Diane Lane in Francis Ford Coppola’s Oscar-nominated “The Cotton Club” (1984).
Remar then starred in the action movie “Quiet Cool” (1986), and appeared in “The Dream Team” (1989) with Michael Keaton, Christopher Lloyd and Peter Boyle, while he ended the ‘80s with Gus Van Sant’s “Drugstore Cowboy” (1989) starring Matt Dillon and Kelly Lynch.
James Remar has been married to Atsuko Itsuki since 1984 and they have a son named Jason Remar, and a daughter Lisa Remar; although it seems that they are still married, he is apparently dating Yuka Kojima and has been seen with her in public.
James enjoys photography, golf and scuba diving in his spare time, but he doesn’t have any social network accounts and tries to keep his personal affairs to himself.
From 2014 to 2015, Remar worked on “State of Affairs”, and most recently played in the show “The Path” (2017-2018), while James is currently working on “Black Lightning” (2018- ), in which he plays Peter Gambi.
At the moment, Remar is also involved with Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019).
He had numerous roles in the ‘90s but the most notable were in “Blink” (1993), starring Madeleine Stowe and Aidan Quinn, and “Renaissance Man” (1994) in which Remar played alongside Danny De Vito.
He continued with TV shows, and played Vincent Colville in 21 episodes of “North Shore” (2004-2005) but also had roles in such movies as “The Girl Next Door” (2004), the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated “Ike: Countdown to D-Day” (2004), and “Blade: Trinity” (2004), starring Wesley Snipes.According to authoritative sources, Remar’s net worth is as high as million, which is more than enough for a comfortable life, and even if he retired now, he will still be a millionaire, don’t you agree?However, with 40 years of acting already behind him, Remar will certainly continue with his job, and is apparently looking forward to 50 years on the screen.Lucci has worked on several other TV-movie projects as well and has been decorated with a myriad of honors and awards.TV Guide, Los Angeles Times and New York Times once named her “Daytime’s Leading Lady” and the highest paid actor in daytime TV.