Jason Beghes Life After Scientology: I Was in a Cult - 2017-01-04

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F375.png Jason Beghes Life After Scientology: I Was in a Cult January 4, 2017, Marlow Stern, Daily Beast

As Chicago P.D.'s Hank Voight, he is a broken man haunted by his felonious past. The tragic loss of his wife to ovarian cancer and the brutal murder of his wayward son have further reduced him to a font of rage; a man armed with a badge, a gun, and a grudge against the world. He wears the pain in his voice, which sounds like a rusty gravel truck barreling down a dirt road.

"When puberty hit, I went down low and there was some gravel," says Jason Beghe, who plays Officer Voight. "But I was in a very serious car accident in '99—broke my neck, my back in a couple of places, all of my ribs, both of my lungs. I was in a coma for three and a half weeks. When I would come out of the coma, since I was intubated from being on life support, I would pull the tube out and it made it even more fucked up."

He looks off in the distance and laughs. "It's good for Voight—not so good when I have to play the sweet dad. But it's good with my kids. They're good kids, but when I say, Hey, it's time to clean up, they do it."

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{{cite news | author = Marlow Stern | title = Jason Beghes Life After Scientology: I Was in a Cult | url = https://www.thedailybeast.com/jason-beghes-life-after-scientology-i-was-in-a-cult | work = Daily Beast | date = January 4, 2017 | accessdate = November 14, 2018 }}