Jason Michael Isaacs is an English actor. He is known for his roles as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series (2002–2011), Col. Tavington in The Patriot (2000), Capt. Hook in Peter Pan (2003), criminal Michael Caffee in the Showtime crime drama series Brotherhood (2006–2008), Captain Waggoner in Fury (2014), Marshal Georgy Zhukov in The Death of Stalin (2017), and Vasili in Hotel Mumbai (2018). His other film roles include Divorcing Jack (1998), The End of the Affair (1999), Sweet November (2001), The Tuxedo (2002), Nine Lives (2005), Friends with Money (2006), Good (2008), Green Zone (2010), Abduction (2011), A Single Shot (2013), After the Fall (2014), A Cure for Wellness (2016), Skyfire (2019), and Scoob! (2020). Isaacs' roles in television have included Dr. Hunter Aloysius "Hap" Percy in the Netflix supernatural mystery drama streaming series The OA, Captain Gabriel Lorca in the first season of Star Trek: Discovery, the voice of the Inquisitor (as well as the Sentinel) in Star Wars Rebels and the voice of Adm. Zhao in the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender and reprised the role in The Legend of Korra. His other roles on television include Capital City (1989–1990), Dangerous Lady (1995), The Fix (1997), Awake (2012), Rosemary's Baby (2014), Dig (2015), The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (2019) and Robot Chicken (2018-19). He was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Actor – Television Series Drama for Brotherhood and won the Satellite Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film for Case Histories (2011-2013). He was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for The State Within (2006) and for the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Harry H. Corbett in The Curse of Steptoe (2008). Isaacs' stage works include Mr. L. Ironson in Declan Donnellan's 1992 and 1993 Royal National Theatre premieres of Parts One (Millennium Approaches) and Two (Perestroika) of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, and as hitman Ben in a 50th-anniversary revival of Harold Pinter's 1957 play The Dumb Waiter at Trafalgar Studios in the West End.He was credited as Jason Lorca in just one episode of the fan-made science fiction web series Star Trek Continues, when he provided the voice of Esper (or simply ESPer).