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Jason Patric: Intended Parent

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Jason Patric was here with his attorney Fred Silberberg. Back in 2009, Jason and his then-girlfriend Danielle Schreiber conceived a child, a boy named Gus, by In-Vitro fertilization.

Jason was part of Gus's life for more than two years, but after he and Danielle broke up, she claimed that Jason was never a father, but a sperm donor and nothing more.

Jason's case was tried in court…and it prompted a bill in the State Senate to clarify parental rights.

Fun Facts About Jason Patric: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) He is an American film, television and stage actor. He is known for his roles in the films The Lost Boys, Sleepers, Your Friends & Neighbors, Narc, The Losers and Speed 2: Cruise Control. His father was actor/playwright Jason Miller. Patric's maternal grandfather is Jackie Gleason.

2) After graduation, he was cast in the television drama Toughlove with Bruce Dern. The following year, Patric was cast in Solarbabies alongside Peter DeLuise, Jami Gertz, Lukas Haas, James LeGros and Adrian Pasdar. Within a few years, Patric would reunite with Gertz in The Lost Boys and After Dark, My Sweet with Dern. He co-starred with George Dzundza and Stephen Baldwin in The Beast.

3) In 1993, he starred alongside Gene Hackman and Robert Duvall as 1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood in the movie Geronimo: An American Legend.

4) His scenes in The Thin Red Line were cut before the film's release. He appeared in the Alec Baldwin film The Devil and Daniel Webster, which was shot in 2001, and released in late 2007 as Shortcut to Happiness, but turned down the lead role in The Firm (1993), which went to Tom Cruise. Patric garnered excellent reviews for his performance as an undercover narcotics officer in Narc (2002).

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