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Johnny Whitworth is an American actor. at the age of 18 started his acting career with a guest appearance on Party of Five in 1994. His debut in movies was with Bye Bye Love in 1995. That same year, he played A.J. in the film Empire Records. The movie became a cult classic. He quit acting after his first few movies, but then made a comeback in 1997s The Rainmaker. He had a recurring role on the CBS crime drama CSI: Miami, where he played bad-boy Detective Jake Berkeley, a love interest of Calleigh Duquesne.
The storyline swiftly made Whitworth's character a controversial one, as his competition for Calleigh was long-time CSI agent Eric Delko. Since the end of Season 5 and throughout Season 6, Jake was no longer an ATF agent but a Miami-Dade homicide detective working with the CSIs. Season 7 saw Whitworth return in the first episode, with a promise of more to come. In 2007, he appeared in the film 3:10 to Yuma, starring Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, and in 2009 appeared in Gamer with Gerard Butler. He appeared in the films Locked in, Valley of the Sun, and Neil Burger's Limitless. He also played the villain Blackout in the 2012 sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and Griffin Cavenaugh, a resident with a lot of blood on his hands, in the thriller Pathology.