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Jonathan Jackson

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Full Name
Jonathan Stevens Jackson

May 11, 1982 (age 42) (

Battle Ground, Washington USA

Actor, musician, author


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Jonathan Stevens Jackson (born May 11, 1982) is an American actor, musician and author. His first well known character was Lucky Spencer on the ABC Daytime soap opera General Hospital, a role which has won him five Emmy Awards. In 2002, he played Jesse Tuck in the film Tuck Everlasting. In 2004 he started the band Enation (currently: Jonathan Jackson + Enation) with his brother, actor Richard Lee Jackson and friend Daniel Sweatt. He currently portrays Avery Barkley in the CMT drama Nashville.


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Early life

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Jackson was born in Orlando, Florida, the son of Jeanine (née Sharp), an amateur ventriloquist and businesswoman, and Dr. Rick "Ricky Lee" Jackson, a family physician, country musician and Congressional candidate in the state of Washington. Jackson was raised in Battle Ground, Washington with his brother Richard Lee Jackson, now an actor and musician, and his sister Candice Jackson, now a lawyer, author, and official in the Trump administration. Jonathan attended Meadow Glade Elementary school.

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In 1991, Jackson's family took a trip to Universal Studios Hollywood, where both Richard and Jonathan decided to pursue acting. The brothers took acting lessons in nearby Portland, Oregon, before moving part-time to Burbank, California with their mother in 1993. After doing various commercials, within six months Jackson won a role on the ABC Daytime soap opera, General Hospital. Jackson continued his studies while working, graduating high school at age sixteen.


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Jackson's first notable role was Lucky Spencer on General Hospital, a role he first played from 1993 to 1999. Jackson won numerous awards for his work as Lucky. He was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series six times, winning first in 1995, and again in 1998 and 1999, making him the record holder for both nominations and wins for the Younger Actor category. He also won Soap Opera Digest Awards in 1995 and 1999. He was nominated 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 nominated in 2000. Jackson also became a popular "teen heartthrob" among fans, featured on fan magazines such as Tiger Beat and garnering many fan clubs and internet fansites. In 1999, he was named one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people.

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While working at General Hospital, Jackson starred in his first feature film Camp Nowhere, as Morris "Mud" Himmel in 1994. Also during this time he starred in made-for-television films Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. and The Legend of the Ruby Silver, and made a guest appearance during Season 5 of the ABC sitcom Boy Meets World. In 1999, Jackson filmed The Deep End of the Ocean shortly before leaving General Hospital, starring opposite Michelle Pfeiffer. Deep End director Ulu Grosbard spoke of Jackson as "an enormously gifted actor. He brought a weight and a presence and chemistry with Michelle from the beginning. He's only 15 years old and he is a very serious actor who has both concentration and humor." Pfeiffer added, "When Jonathan and I read together, it was like he was my own son. And we just went at each other in only this way that a mother and son could do. His reading was exhilarating." Jackson was nominated for YoungStar Awards in 1997 for Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. and 1999 for The Deep End of the Ocean.

In December 1999, Newsweek magazine reported Jackson was likely to be taking on the role of Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones. However, he was soon dropped from the running, and publications speculated the prior publicity had hurt his chances due to creator George Lucas' preference for privacy. Jackson continued his film career in 2000 with the independent film True Rights and the ABC television movie Trapped in a Purple Haze. Jackson also wrote and directed a short film with his brother 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 well-known film roles as Jesse Tuck in Tuck Everlasting, which he filmed simultaneously to Insomnia. In 2004, Jackson filmed Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, and Riding the Bullet. From 2008 through 2009, he had a recurring role as Kyle Reese in the hit Fox TV show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, playing the father of John Connor before the show was cancelled.

On September 29, 2009, it was announced that Jackson would return to General Hospital on October 27 to reprise the role of Lucky Spencer. In 2011, Jackson won his fourth Daytime Emmy and first Outstanding Supporting Actor Award. On November 7, 2011, it was announced that Jackson had decided to leave General Hospital and his final airdate was on December 23, 2011. His character is not planned to be recast or killed off, leaving the door open for Jackson to return with the show in the future. In 2012, Jackson won his fifth Daytime Emmy and second consecutive win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

In 2012, he got the role of singer-songwriter Avery Barkley in the ABC drama Nashville. Along with the rest of the cast, Jonathan sings and performs guitar himself on the series.


As a child, Jackson took guitar lessons and taught himself to play the piano. Growing up he had an evolving band with various family members. In 2000, the band included his brother, uncle and father and was named "Scarlet Road". By 2002, Jonathan and his brother Richard had named their group "Jono and the Rock".

The ensemble morphed into Enation, where Jackson is the frontman, playing guitar, vocals and writing most the songs. Other band members include Jonathan's brother Richard (drums), and their friends Daniel Sweatt (bass), Luke Galeotti (guitar) and Michael Galeotti (keyboard). The band has released several albums and their song "Feel This" became a Top 10 hit on the iTunes national Rock Charts after it was featured on the CW television drama series One Tree Hill. Enation's songs have also been featured on Riding the Bullet, and General Hospital.

As well as performing as singer, guitarist & piano man Jackson also wrote the song "The Morning of the Rain" featured on episode 7 and 19 of the first season of Nashville.


In the spring of 2012, Jackson released a book of poetry under the pen name J. S. Jackson, titled Book of Solace and Madness. In June 2012, he discussed his yet-to-be-released book entitled Acting in the Spirit, which would discuss the connection between his Orthodox faith and his acting career. In November 2014, Jackson released The Mystery of Art: Becoming an Artist in the Image of God.


At age 20, Jackson married former General Hospital actress Lisa Vultaggio on June 21, 2002. Jackson told the Chicago Sun-Times, "Some people thought we were a little young to get married. But we didn’t see the need to wait. When it’s right, it’s right." The couple moved to Jackson's hometown of Battle Ground, Washington to raise their family. They have three children.


The son of Seventh-day Adventist parents, Jackson was raised as a non-denominational Christian, and has always been vocal about his faith. As part of his belief system, as a teen Jackson chose not to drink or do drugs. Jackson was also a proponent of abstinence from premarital sex. Jackson also often thanked God during his award acceptance speeches. While Jackson was working on General Hospital, he and his family held a home church in Burbank which various cast members attended, including Jackson's future wife Lisa Vultaggio. Jackson explained how his beliefs affected his choice of acting roles in an interview with Entertainment Weekly in 1999, "I won't get involved with a movie that's a direct slap in the face of God. [...] I'm an actor, so I have to play people who believe differently than me. I would be willing to play a character that was completely unbelieving and anti-God, just as long as that wasn't the message of the whole movie." In 2002, Jackson participated in the DKNY-sponsored "What's Your Anti-Drug?" campaign, posing for the 2003 calendar featured in Cosmogirl magazine, stating his anti-drug was faith.

In 2012, Jackson and his family were baptized into the Orthodox Church. Jackson cited a trip to Romania and Rome that first brought his attention to learning about the history of Christianity. In his acceptance speech for his 2012 Daytime Emmy Award, he thanked the Holy Trinity as well as the monks on Orthodox monastic enclave Mount Athos. Jackson later explained in an interview, "These people (are) dedicating their lives to prayer, and not just praying for themselves, but truly praying for all of us. And then the thought kind of crossed my mind: with all the destruction, chaos and insanity that goes on in this world, if their prayers weren’t happening, what would this world be like? I felt personally like I just wanted to thank them because I really believe that their prayers mean a lot."

Soundtrack appearances

The Music of Nashville: Season 1, Volume 1 (2012)

  • Contributed 1 track: "Twist Of Barbwire"
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 1, Volume 2 (2013)

  • Contributed 2 tracks: "Let There Be Lonely" and "Keep Asking Why"
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 2, Volume 1 (2013)

  • Contributed 2 tracks: "You Learn How To Live Alone" and "Be My Girl" with Sam Palladio
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 2, Volume 2 (2014)

  • Contributed 3 tracks: "Hennessee" with Sam Palladio and Chaley Rose, "Everything I'll Ever Need" with Hayden Panettiere and "I Ain't Leavin' Without Your Love" with Sam Palladio and Chaley Rose
  • Christmas with Nashville (2014)

  • Contributed 2 tracks: "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" and Celebrate Me Home with the Nashville cast
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 3, Volume 1 (2014)

  • Contributed 1 track: "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" with Sam Palladio and Chaley Rose
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 3, Volume 2 (2015)

  • Contributed 6 tracks: "Borrow My Heart" with Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen, "This Is What I Need To Say", "Hold You In My Arms" with Hayden Panettiere, "My Song" with Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen, "Novocaine" with Laura Benanti and "One By One" with Hayden Panettiere
  • The Music of Nashville: Season 4, Volume 1 (2015)

  • Contributed 2 tracks: "History of My Heart" and "Sleep Tonight (A Lullaby)" with Chris Carmack
  • Filmography

    Unsung Hero (post-production) as
    Eddie Degarmo
    The Days Are Evil (Music Video)
    Nashville (TV Series) as
    Avery Barkley
    - Beyond the Sunset (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - I Don't Want to Lose You Yet (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - For the Sake of the Song (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Strong Enough to Bend (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - The House That Built Me (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - No Place That Far (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Two Sparrows in a Hurricane (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Pick Yourself Up (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Sometimes You Just Can't Win (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Beneath Still Waters (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Where the Night Goes (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - That's My Story (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Jump Then Fall (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Second Chances (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - New Strings (2018) - Avery Barkley
    - Reasons to Quit (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Farther On (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Speed Trap Town (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - You Can't Lose Me (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - The Night Before (Life Goes On) (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Ghost in This House (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Not Ready to Make Nice (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - A Change Would Do You Good (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - (Now and Then There's) a Fool Such as I (2017) - Avery Barkley (credit only)
    - 'Til I Can Make It on My Own (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Back in the Saddle Again (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Fire and Rain (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - I'll Fly Away (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - If Tomorrow Never Comes (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Stand Beside Me (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Hurricane (2017) - Avery Barkley (credit only)
    - A Little Bit Stronger (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Love Hurts (2017) - Avery Barkley (credit only)
    - Leap of Faith (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Let's Put It Back Together Again (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - Back in Baby's Arms (2017) - Avery Barkley
    - The Wayfaring Stranger (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - Maybe You'll Appreciate Me Someday (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - It's Sure Gonna Hurt (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - After You've Gone (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - The Trouble with the Truth (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - Baby Come Home (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - Didn't Expect It to Go Down This Way (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - When There's a Fire in Your Heart (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - What I Cannot Change (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - If I Could Do It All Again (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - How Does It Feel to Be Free (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - Forever and for Always (2016) - Avery Barkley
    - We've Got Nothing But Love to Prove (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Three's a Crowd (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Unguarded Moments (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Can't Get Used to Losing You (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Please Help Me, I'm Fallin' (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Stop the World (And Let Me Off) (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - The Slender Threads That Bind Us Here (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - How Can I Help You Say Goodbye (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - 'Til the Pain Outwears the Shame (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Can't Let Go (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Before You Go Make Sure You Know (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Is the Better Part Over (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Time Changes Things (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - The Storm Has Just Begun (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Nobody Knows But Me (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - This Just Ain't a Good Day for Leavin' (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - I Can't Keep Away from You (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - That's the Way Love Goes (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - Somebody Pick Up My Pieces (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - I'm Lost Between Right or Wrong (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - I've Got Reasons to Hate You (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - I'm Not That Good at Goodbye (2015) - Avery Barkley
    - First to Have a Second Chance (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Two Sides to Every Story (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - You're Lookin' at Country (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - I'm Coming Home to You (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Nobody Said It Was Going to Be Easy (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Road Happy (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - I Feel Sorry for Me (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - I Can't Get Over You to Save My Life (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - How Far Down Can I Go (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - That's Me Without You (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - On the Other Hand (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - All or Nothing with Me (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Crazy (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - We've Got Things to Do (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Guilty Street (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Too Far Gone (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - It's All Wrong, But It's All Right (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Just For What I Am (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - I'll Keep Climbing (2014) - Avery Barkley
    - Tomorrow Never Comes (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I'm Tired of Pretending (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Hanky Panky Woman (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - She's Got You (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - It Must Be You (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Don't Open That Door (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - You're No Angel Yourself (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I Don't Wanna Talk About It Now (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Never No More (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I Fall to Pieces (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - A Picture from Life's Other Side (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Why Don't You Love Me (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Take These Chains from My Heart (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - My Heart Would Know (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I Saw the Light (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Dear Brother (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I've Been Down That Road Before (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - You Win Again (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - I'm Sorry for You, My Friend (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Be Careful of the Stones You Throw (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Where He Leads Me (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - Lovesick Blues (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - Move It on Over (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - We Live in Two Different Worlds (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - Someday You'll Call My Name (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You) (2012) - Avery Barkley
    - Pilot (2012) - Avery Barkley
    Revolution of the Heart (Music Video)
    General Hospital (TV Series) as
    Lucky Spencer
    Kalamity as
    Stanley Keller
    Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (TV Series) as
    Kyle Reese
    - Born to Run (2009) - Kyle Reese
    - The Good Wound (2009) - Kyle Reese
    - Goodbye to All That (2008) - Kyle Reese
    - Dungeons & Dragons (2008) - Kyle Reese
    A Little Thing Called Murder (TV Movie) as
    Kenny Kimes
    Venom as
    Riding the Bullet as
    Alan Parker
    Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights as
    James Phelps
    The Twilight Zone (TV Series) as
    - Sunrise (2003) - Martin
    Tuck Everlasting as
    Jesse Tuck
    Insomnia as
    Randy Stetz
    On the Edge as
    Night Visions (TV Series) as
    Devin (segment "If a Tree Falls...")
    - If a Tree Falls-/The Occupant (2001) - Devin (segment "If a Tree Falls-")
    Skeletons in the Closet (Video) as
    Crystal Clear (Short) as
    True Rights as
    Charlie Vick
    Trapped in a Purple Haze (TV Movie) as
    Max Hanson
    The Deep End of the Ocean as
    Vincent (age 16)
    Boy Meets World (TV Series) as
    Ricky Ferris
    - Honesty Night (1998) - Ricky Ferris
    - Starry Night (1998) - Ricky Ferris
    TJ's Reel Extreme CD ROoM (Video Game) as
    Travis Jett
    General Hospital: Twist of Fate (TV Movie) as
    Lucky Spencer
    The Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. (TV Movie) as
    Rudy / Oliver
    The Legend of the Ruby Silver (TV Movie) as
    Matt Rainie
    Camp Nowhere as
    Morris 'Mud' Himmel
    The Days Are Evil (Music Video)
    Revolution of the Heart (Music Video)
    Crystal Clear (Short)
    The Days Are Evil (Music Video) (producer)
    Revolution of the Heart (Music Video) (producer)
    Nashville (TV Series) (performer - 28 episodes, 2012 - 2016) (writer - 2 episodes, 2013)
    - It's Sure Gonna Hurt (2016) - (performer: "Soul Survivor" - uncredited)
    - After You've Gone (2016) - (performer: "Kinda Dig the Feeling" - uncredited)
    - Didn't Expect It to Go Down This Way (2016) - (performer: "The Book" - uncredited)
    - Unguarded Moments (2015) - (performer: "History of My Heart " - uncredited)
    - Can't Get Used to Losing You (2015) - (performer: "Lullaby (Sleep Tonight)" - uncredited)
    - How Can I Help You Say Goodbye (2015) - (performer: "Hold You In My Arms" - uncredited)
    - Nobody Knows But Me (2015) - (performer: "On a Rail" - uncredited)
    - This Just Ain't a Good Day for Leavin' (2015) - (performer: "Hold You In My Arms" - uncredited)
    - That's the Way Love Goes (2015) - (performer: "if I'm Still Dreaming" - uncredited)
    - Somebody Pick Up My Pieces (2015) - (performer: "World On Time" - uncredited)
    - Two Sides to Every Story (2014) - (performer: "Borrow My Heart" - uncredited)
    - I Can't Get Over You to Save My Life (2014) - (performer: "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World", "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" (uncredited))
    - On the Other Hand (2014) - (performer: "One Light Shining " - uncredited)
    - Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down (2014) - (performer: "Falling" - uncredited)
    - Guilty Street (2014) - (performer: "Hennessee" - uncredited)
    - They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore (2014) - (performer: "I Ain't Leaving Without Your Love" - uncredited)
    - Just For What I Am (2014) - (performer: "Everything I'll Every Need" - uncredited)
    - It Must Be You (2013) - (performer: "That's What I Do" - uncredited)
    - Don't Open That Door (2013) - (performer: "Be My Girl" - uncredited) / (writer: "Be My Girl" - uncredited)
    - I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive (2013) - (performer: "Moon is High" - uncredited)
    - Why Don't You Love Me (2013) - (performer: "The Morning of the Rain" - uncredited) / (writer: "The Morning of the Rain" - uncredited)
    - When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts (2013) - (performer: "Keep Asking Why" (Atlanta Mix), "Let There Be Lonely")
    - You Win Again (2013) - (performer: "Keep Asking Why", "Kiss" - uncredited)
    - Be Careful of the Stones You Throw (2013) - (performer: "Kiss" - uncredited)
    - Where He Leads Me (2012) - (performer: "Peace in the Valley" - uncredited)
    - You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) (2012) - (performer: "Kiss" - uncredited)
    - Move It on Over (2012) - (performer: "Loving You Is The Only Way To Fly" - uncredited)
    - I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You) (2012) - (performer: "Twist of Barbwire")
    Nashville: On the Record 2 (TV Special) (performer: "Borrow My Heart", "How To Learn To Live Alone", "Friend Of Mine")
    Nashville: On the Record (TV Special) (performer: "I Ain't Leavin' Without Your Love", "A Life That's Good")
    Riding the Bullet (writer: "Ride")
    Skeletons in the Closet (Video) (courtesy: "Trip If You Have To", "Coffee & Tea", "Father") / (writer: "Trip If You Have To", "Coffee & Tea", "Father")
    Crystal Clear (Short) (performer: "Haze") / (writer: "Haze", "The Angels Grin")
    True Rights (performer: "Sign your life away") / (writer: "Sign your life away")
    The Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. (TV Movie) (performer: "Rooftop Talk") / (writer: "Rooftop Talk")
    Crystal Clear (Short)
    Crystal Clear (Short)
    Music Department
    Transgressing (Short) (original song by)
    Nashville: The Whole Story (TV Movie) (thanks)
    Tis siopis o topos (TV Special) as
    Short film Transgressing: Creators in Conversation (TV Series documentary) as
    - Jonathan's song in "Transgressing" (2021) - Self
    - Adapting Dostoevsky for the screen (2021) - Self
    - Dostoevsky in modern Britain (2021) - Self
    - Impressions of Sonia (2021) - Self
    - The Readers of Dostoevsky (2021) - Self
    - Dostoevsky and social issues (2021) - Self
    - Timeless Dostoevsky (2021) - Self
    NashChat (TV Series) as
    - Jonathan Jackson Talks Nashville (2017) - Self
    Hollywood Today Live (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 13 April 2016 (2016) - Self
    21st Annual Critics' Choice Awards (TV Special) as
    CMT Artists of the Year 2015 (TV Special) as
    Nashville: On the Record 2 (TV Special) as
    The View (TV Series) as
    Self - Musical Guest / Self - Guest
    - Guest Co-Host Bill Rancic/Nancy Grace/Jonathan Jackson/Enation (2014) - Self - Musical Guest
    - Episode dated 27 March 2013 (2013) - Self - Guest
    Nashville: On the Record (TV Special) as
    Self - Avery Barkley
    Fox and Friends (TV Series) as
    Self - Celebrity Chef / Self
    - Episode dated 12 January 2014 (2014) - Self - Celebrity Chef (as Chef J. Jackson)
    - Episode dated 13 June 2013 (2013) - Self
    The Di Palma Forum at UNLV (TV Series) as
    - Di Palma Forum at UNLV - Self
    Big Morning Buzz Live (TV Series) as
    - Adam Lambert/Pauly Shore/Swizz Beatz (2012) - Self
    Ad Gloriam (Video short) as
    The 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Just Yell Fire: Campus Life (Documentary) as
    The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    The 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    One Tree Hill (TV Series) as
    - Even Fairy Tale Characters Would Be Jealous (2008) - Self (uncredited)
    Shooting the Bullet (Video documentary short) as
    Self (uncredited)
    Intimate Portrait (TV Series documentary) as
    - Genie Francis (2001) - Self
    Hollywood Squares (TV Series) as
    Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 7 September 2000 (2000) - Self - Panelist
    - Episode dated 5 September 2000 (2000) - Self - Panelist
    The 27th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    The 26th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Nominee
    The 15th Annual Soap Opera Digest Awards (TV Special) as
    The 25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Winner
    Showbiz Today (TV Series) as
    - Episode dated 27 September 1996 (1996) - Self
    The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Winner
    Wild Things: An Earth Day Special (TV Special) as
    Self - Co-Host
    Archive Footage
    Entertainment Tonight (TV Series) as
    Self - Nashville
    - Episode dated 8 November 2014 (2014) - Self - Nashville
    Chelsea Lately (TV Series) as
    Avery Barkley
    - Episode #7.46 (2013) - Avery Barkley
    - Episode #6.169 (2012) - Avery Barkley
    Soaps' Most Unforgettable Love Stories (TV Movie) as
    Lucky Spencer


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