Thomas Jane

Actor, Producer, Author

Thomas Jane is an actor, director and producer working in Tinseltown for over 25 years. He is a triple Golden Globe nominee for the comedy series HUNG and has starred in such classic genre films as THE MIST, DEEP BLUE SEA, and THE PUNISHER. He directed and starred in the hit sci-fi series, THE EXPANSE.

Jane won critical acclaim for his role as New York Yankee baseball legend Mickey Mantle in HBO’s 61*. His credits include BOOGIE NIGHTS and Stephen King’s 1922. Thomas Jane’s production company, Renegade Entertainment, has been prolific since launching in late 2019.

Thomas Jane recently completed his non-fiction book, A Human’s Guide to Advanced Visiting Aliens. A combination of cutting edge scientific insight, exo-speculation and an incisive, unflinching review of the human condition makes a Human’s Guide indispensible for ufologists, futurists, humanists – anyone with a keen interest in the human animal and where we may or may not be destined, as individuals, as a society, as a species.

CITD 2024 Presentations


When Worlds Collide

Humanity vs Visiting Aliens: a collision of worlds. The existence of visiting aliens completely transforms our understanding of the universe, of consciousness and physics, of good and evil, of life …

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Hollywood and UAPs

Thomas and Steve will talk and take questions looking at the UAP/ET reality from inside and outside the “entertainment capital” of the world.

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Not presenting an intensive this year.

CITD 2024 Panels

The Hollywood Disclosure Alliance Presents: Disclosure and Consciousness Across the Media

Launched in Los Angeles in 2023, the Hollywood Disclosure Alliance quickly became the world’s first Non-Profit organization ever to bring together leading UFO/UAP Researchers, Experiencers and Disclosure Advocates, with Entertainment …

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Other CITD Appearances Include…

FREE Events

No appearances at other free, community events this year.

PAID Events

No appearances at additional paid events this year.

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