Who is hotter than Jonathan Jackson right now? Not only does he have a new hit out co-written with friend and former fellow GH castmate Steve Burton, but he getting more air time on Nashville where JJ plays Avery Baker. Nashville has become an instant hit filled with drama and great music.and we know JJ will become a star on this show also.
Not to be forgotten his band Jonathan Jackson and Enation and you can see the stars are all aligned in the right order for our former “Lucky” Spencer.
Jonathan Jackson began his acting career at the age of 11 where he landed a choice contract role in 1993 as Luke and Laura’s son, Lucky Spencer, on ABC’s “General Hospital.” where he played this charming character on and off through last season where he won five Daytime Emmy Awards, had three additional nominations and four Hollywood Reporter Youngster Awards.
JJ has also appeared in many films such as “Havana Nights,” the independent thriller,“Insomnia,” starring Al Pacino. He also starred in “Deep End of the Ocean,” and many other films. More recently Jackson starred with Nick Stahl in the independent film “Kalamity.”
In addition to acting, Jackson and his brother, Richard Lee Jackson, co-wrote and directed the short film “Crystal Clear,” which won three awards in the Brooklyn Film Festival, including Best Dramatic Short, plus a Coen Brothers Award.
JJ splits his time between Los Angeles and Nashville with his wife, Lisa Jackson, and their three children. He is the frontman for the band Jonathan Jackson and Enation with his brother.He can be followed on Twitter @JonathanJackson
Jonathan and Steve Burton co-wrote the ballad 'You Killed Romeo (feat. Steve Burton)' that was featured on 'The Young and the Restless' this week on CBS. Jonathan and Steve have been close friends since working together on 'GH' and both spending much of the time with their families in Nashville. The ballad is the the first song released under the band's new name, Jonathan Jackson + Enation. The song about innocence, love, and heartbreak is available to download on iTunes. Get it today!
Social media and websites will reflect the new name, Jonathan Jackson + Enation.
Nashville can be see Wednesday nights on ABC