Starring John Krasinski, who plays an associate director of the CIA, the USA’s foreign intelligence agency, “Jack Ryan must discover a corrupt intern, and in doing so, discovers a series of suspicious secret operations that have been covered up that could put the country in a vulnerable position,” as the synopsis reads. “As Jack and his team investigate the lengths of the corruption, they uncover a much worse reality: a union between a drug cartel and a terrorist organisation that reveals a conspiracy much closer to home that puts our hero’s faith in the system that he’s always fought to protect to the test.”

The last season of “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” airs on June 30th, with two episodes a week until July 14th.

Born in Cascais in 1964, Ricardo Carriço was a model and studied graphic design in the Institute of Visual Arts, Design and Marketing. He starred in television shows such as “The Great Lie,” “Major Alvega,” “Family Doctor” and “Strawberries with Sugar.” In cinema, he was in ten films, such as “Cats don’t get Vertigo” by António-Pedro Vasconcelos, and “Blood Lines” by Sérgio Graciano and Manuel Pureza, having also starred in theatre shows, where he debuted in Carlos Avilez’s “Richard II,” the play originally written by Shakespeare.

He shares his birth year with João Didelet, as well as a career in television, in which both have built an extensive resumé. Didelet took the acting course at the Upper School for Theatre and Cinema, from 1987 to 1990, during which he gained some stage experience with shows like “Humiliated and Offended,” by Armando Caldas, Gil Vicente’s “Auto de Sibila Cassandra,” directed by Alexandre de Sousa. In television, he starred in shows like “Journalists,” “Super Dad,” “Your Eyes,” “Floribella,”, “Belmonte,” and many others. He’s also had big screen appearances in films such as Ruy Guerra’s “Portugal SA,” Edgar Pêra’s “The Window – Marialva Mix” and Leonardo António’s “Submission.”