December 9, 2022

Jonathan Jackson Bio, Age, Wife, Movies, Songs, Nashville, GH And Unchained Melody

Jonathan Jackson Biography

Jonathan Stevens Jackson better known as Jonathan Jackson is an American actor, musician, and author. He was born on May 11th, 1982 in Orlando, Florida.

He is the son of Jeanine and Dr. Rick Jackson. He grew up in Battle Ground, Washington together with his brother, Richard Lee Jackson and his sister, Candice Jackson. He attended Meadow Glade Elementary School.

Richard and Jackson decided to pursue acting after the family took a tour to Universal Studios, Hollywood, back in 1991. The brothers moved to California with their mother in 1993 after taking acting lessons at Portland, Oregon. Jackson graduated high school at age 16.

Jonathan Jackson Age

He was born on May 11th, 1982 in Orlando, Florida. He is 36 years old as of 2018.

Jonathan Jackson

Jonathan Jackson Family

Jonathan Jackson Parents

He is the son to Jeanine and Dr. Rick Jackson.

Jonathan Jackson Wife | Jonathan Jackson Kids

He married Lisa Vultaggio on June 21st, 2002 when he was 20 years old. They have 3 children together; Caleb, Adora and Titus Gabriel.

Jonathan Jackson Height

He is 1.72 M tall.

Jonathan Jackson Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million.

Jonathan Jackson Acting Career

Jackson’s first remarkable job was Lucky Spencer on General Hospital, a job he initially played from 1993 to 1999. Jackson won various honors for his work as Lucky. He was assigned for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series multiple times, winning first in 1995, and again in 1998 and 1999, making him the record holder for the two selections and wins for the Younger Actor class.

He likewise won Soap Opera Digest Awards in 1995 and 1999. He was designated for Young Artist Awards in 1996, 1997 and 1999. He won The Hollywood Reporter’s YoungStar Award in 1995, 1997, 1998 and 1999 and was named in 2000.

Jackson additionally turned into a famous “high schooler heartthrob” among fans, highlighted on fan magazines, for example, Tiger Beat and collecting many fan clubs and web fansites. In 1999, he was named one of People magazine’s 50 most lovely individuals.

While working at General Hospital, Jackson featured in his first component film Camp Nowhere, as Morris “Mud” Himmel in 1994. Additionally, during this time he featured in made-for-TV films Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. furthermore, The Legend of the Ruby Silver, and showed up during Season 5 of the ABC sitcom Boy Meets World.

In 1999, Jackson recorded The Deep End of the Ocean in the blink of an eye before leaving General Hospital, featuring inverse Michelle Pfeiffer. Profound End executive Ulu Grosbard discussed Jackson as “a massively skilled on-screen character. He brought weight and nearness and science with Michelle from the earliest starting point.

He’s just 15 years of age and he is an intense on-screen character who has both focus and funniness.” Pfeiffer included, “When Jonathan and I read together, it resembled he was my very own child.

Also, we just went to one another in just along these lines that a mother and child could do. His perusing was elating.” Jackson was named for YoungStar Awards in 1997 for Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. what’s more, 1999 for The Deep End of the Ocean.

In December 1999, Newsweek magazine detailed Jackson was probably going to assume the job of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. Be that as it may, he was before long dropped from the running, and productions hypothesized the earlier exposure had harmed his odds because of maker George Lucas’ inclination for security.

Jackson proceeded with his movie profession in 2000 with the autonomous film True Rights and the ABC TV motion picture Trapped in a Purple Haze. Jackson likewise composed and coordinated a short film with his sibling Richard entitled Crystal Clear, which won Best Dramatic Short Film and the Coen Brothers Award for Duo-Filmmaking at the Brooklyn Film Festival.

In 2002, Jackson played one of his most notable film jobs as Jesse Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, which he taped at the same time to Insomnia. In 2004, Jackson shot Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, and Riding the Bullet. From 2008 through 2009, he had a repetitive job as Kyle Reese in the hit Fox TV show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, playing the dad of John Connor before the show was dropped.

On September 29, 2009, it was reported that Jackson would profit to General Hospital for October 27 to repeat the job of Lucky Spencer. In 2011, Jackson won his fourth Daytime Emmy and first Outstanding Supporting Actor Award.

On November 7, 2011, it was reported that Jackson had chosen to leave General Hospital and his last airdate was on December 23, 2011. His character isn’t intended to be recast or slaughtered off, inviting Jackson to come back with the show later on.

In 2012, Jackson won his fifth Daytime Emmy and second continuous win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. In 2012, he got the job of vocalist lyricist Avery Barkley in the ABC show Nashville. Alongside the remainder of the cast, Jonathan sang and performed guitar himself on the arrangement.

Jonathan Jackson Music Career

As a youngster, Jackson took guitar exercises and encouraged himself to play the piano Growing up he had a developing band with different relatives. In 2000, the band incorporated his sibling, uncle, and father and was named “Red Road”. By 2002, Jonathan and his sibling Richard had named their gathering “Jono and the Rock”.

The troupe transformed into Enation, where Jackson is the frontman, playing guitar, vocals and composing most the tunes. Other band individuals incorporate Jonathan’s sibling Richard (drums), and their companion Jonathan Thatcher (bass, beforehand of Delirious?)

The band has discharged a few collections and their tune “Feel This” turned into a Top 10 hit on the iTunes national Rock Charts after it was highlighted on the CW TV show arrangement One Tree Hill. Enation’s tunes have likewise been highlighted on Riding the Bullet, and General Hospital.

Just as executing as vocalist, guitarist, and piano Jackson likewise composed the tune “The Morning of the Rain” included in scene 7 and 19 of the primary period of Nashville.

Enation has likewise arrived on the Billboard Top 10 (Live From Nashville DVD, #9) and has earned various radio and TV appearances including live exhibitions on The View and VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live.

Jonathan Jackson Books

In the spring of 2012, Jackson discharged a book of the verse under the nom de plume J. S. Jackson, titled Book of Solace and Madness. In June 2012, he talked about his yet-to-be-discharged book entitled Acting in the Spirit, which would examine the association between his Eastern Orthodox confidence and his acting vocation. In November 2014, Jackson discharged The Mystery of Art: Becoming an Artist in the Image of God.

Jonathan Jackson Music

Here is a list of his songs;

  • Unchained Melody
  • Let There Be Lonely
  • Be My Girl
  • Twist of Barbwire
  • Blame-shifter
  • The Morning of the Rain
  • My Song
  • Even More
  • Hennessee
  • A Life That’s Good
  • Keep Asking Why
  • Moon Is High
  • Kiss
  • Alleluia
  • Better
  • Novocaine
  • The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
  • History of My Heart
  • Wasteland
  • One by One
  • Crank Dat Artichoke
  • How You Learn to Live Alone
  • Soul Survivor
  • Everything I’ll Ever Need
  • I Ain’t Leavin’ Without Your Love
  • Borrow My Heart
  • On My Way
  • This Is What I Need to Say
  • Like a Soulja
  • Av’s Interlude
  • In With The New
  • Kinda Dig The Feeling

Jonathan Jackson Movies And TV Shows


  • Camp Nowhere
  • Prisoner of Zenda, Inc.
  • The Legend of the Ruby Silver
  • The Deep End of the Ocean
  • True Rights
  • Crystal Clear
  • Trapped in a Purple Haze
  • Skeletons in the Closet
  • On the Edge
  • Insomnia
  • Tuck Everlasting
  • Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights
  • Riding the Bullet
  • Venom
  • A Little Thing Called Murder
  • Kalamity

TV Shows

  • General Hospital
  • Boy Meets World
  • Night Visions
  • The Twilight Zone
  • One Tree Hill
  • Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
  • Nashville
  • NashChat

Jonathan Jackson General Hospital | Jonathan Jackson GH

He played the character role of Lucky Spencer in this soap opera. The wealthy Quartermaine family continues to be a looming presence in the town of Port Charles, with interests in much of the city’s business. Characters come and go, but viewers can always count on at least one Quartermaine or Spencer to create havoc.

Original network: ABC
No. of episodes: 14,000 (as of February 23, 2018)
Production locations: The Prospect Studios, Los Angeles

Jonathan Jackson Nashville

He was among the main cast in this TV series and he portrayed Avery Barkley for 121 episodes. After two decades as the reigning queen of country music, Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) is faced with pressure to adapt and reinvent herself to stay relevant.

Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) is a sassy, sexy singer with a troubled past who is determined to steal Rayna’s place at the top. Other characters in Nashville’s music scene include a beautiful and gifted songwriter, Scarlett O’Connor, up-and-coming musician Gunnar Scott, conflicted country star Will Lexington, and Deacon Claybourne, a guitar player who has worked with Rayna since the beginning of her career.

First episode date: 10 October 2012
Theme song: Nashville theme song
Networks: CMT, American Broadcasting Company
Awards: Critics’ Choice Television Award for Most Exciting New Series, Academy of Country Music Awards Tex Ritter Award

Jonathan Jackson Tuck Everlasting

He played the role of Jesse Tuck in this movie. The story of Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel), a teenage girl on the cusp of maturity. Winnie longs for a life outside the control of her domineering mother, and when lost in the woods near her home, she happens upon Jesse Tuck (Jonathan Jackson), a boy unlike any she’s ever met before.

He and his family are kind and generous, and they immediately take her in as one of their own. However, the Tucks hold a powerful secret, and Winnie must decide whether to return to her life or stay with the Tucks.

Initial release: 11 October 2002 (USA)
Director: Jay Russell
Narrator: Elisabeth Shue
Budget: 15 million USD
Producers: Marc Abraham, Thomas Bliss

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Jonathan Jackson Unchained Melody