Who is Jefferson White?

Jefferson White was born on 3 November 1987 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in Mount Vernon, Iowa USA. He is a 34-year-old actor and producer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Cole ‘Iowa’ Dunlavey in the WGN America period drama series “Manhattan” (2014-2015), playing Parker in the NBC crime drama series “Blindspot” (2016-2020), and featuring as Jimmy Hurdstrom in the Paramount Network neo-Western drama series “Yellowstone” (2018-present).

How rich is he, as of now? Jefferson White Net Worth

As of early 2022, Jefferson White’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million. earned through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry. He has worked on nearly 30 television and film titles since he launched his career back in the mid-2010s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Jefferson spent his early years in his hometown of Mount Vernon, where he was raised by his parents; however, there’s no public information about them, and it’s also unknown whether he has any siblings or is an only child. He holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian.

Regarding his education, Jefferson went to Iowa State University, then upon graduation, he enrolled into an apprenticeship program at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Kentucky. Once he completed the program there, he moved to New York and began auditioning for roles.

Career Beginnings

Jefferson White started pursuing his professional acting career in 2014, making his debut TV appearance in the minor role of Brad Mullin in the FX period spy drama series “The Americans”, which received critical acclaim and won numerous awards, including a Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Drama.

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His big break came later that year, when he joined the cast of the WGN America period drama series “Manhattan”, in which he starred in the role of Cole ‘Iowa’ Dunlavey until it was canceled after two seasons in 2015. During the same year, he guest-starred as Gary in an episode of the NBC crime drama series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, and as Dorian Moll in an episode of the CBS procedural drama series “Elementary”.

Rise to Prominence

Jefferson White’s next major role came when he was cast as Philip Jessup in the second season of the ABC legal thriller series “How To Get Away With Murder” from 2015 to 2016. The series was created by Peter Nowalk and stars Viola Davis, Billy Brown, and Alfred Enoch.

After he left the series, he went on to make a guest appearance as Officer Eric Clarson in the episode “Whistleblowers” of the CBS police procedural drama series “Blue Bloods” in 2016. During the same year, he also landed the recurring role of Gary Hinman in the NBC period crime drama series “Aquarius”, and was thereafter chosen to play Parker in the NBC crime drama series “Blindspot”, which lasted for five seasons through 2020. The show was created by Martin Gero and he shared the screen with such actors as Sullivan Stapleton, Rob Brown and Jaimie Alexander.

Continued Success

From 2016 to 2017, Jefferson had the part of Joshua Masterson in the Netflix political thriller series “House Of Cards”, which was created by Beau Willimon based on Michael Dobbs’ novel of the same title. It was followed by his portrayal of Lincoln Steffens in the TNT period drama series “The Alienist” (2018), next to Luke Evans, Daniel Brühl, and Dakota Fanning. Later that year, he also appeared in Jonah Greenstein’s drama film “Dedalus”, which he also co-produced, and featured as Chris in the short drama film “Swallow Grass Snakes”, which was written and directed by Pepi Ginsberg.

He then gained enormous popularity when he joined the main cast of the Paramount Network neo-Western drama series “Yellowstone”, in which he has been playing Jimmy Hurdstrom alongside Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly and Wes Bentley since 2018.

For their performance, the cast received a Screen Actors Guild Award in the category of Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

Recent and Upcoming Projects

Concurrently, in 2019, Jefferson guest-starred as Jerry Pierson in the episode “Six Degrees Of Freedom” of the CBS All Access anthology series “The Twilight Zone”, and played Raphie in the adventure comedy-mystery film “Treasure Trouble”, which was written and directed by Dan Erickson. The same year, he also worked on two short films – “Swipe” and “Others”.

In 2020, he featured as George in the short drama film “The Mouse And The Lion”, alongside Izzie Steele and Collin Medford, and played Michael in the short thriller film “A Home In The Middle”, opposite Sarah Yarkin.

The following year, he appeared as Chris in the romantic drama film “No Future”, next to Catherine Keener, Charlie Heaton and Rosa Salazar, and portrayed Clem in the sci-fi horror TV miniseries “The Bite”, which was broadcast on Spectrum Original. During the same year, he also guest-starred as Clay in an episode of the CBS All Access legal drama series “The Good Fight”, and as Daniel Myers in an episode of the Apple TV+ sci-fi series “Invasion”. Also in 2021, he was an executive producer on the short drama film “Pippi”.

His most recent project was the 2022 thriller film “God’s Country”, in which he had the part of Samuel. Speaking about his upcoming projects, it is announced that he will play Buck Warren in the mystery drama film “Eileen”, next to Anne Hathaway and Nathan in the action film “Snowbound”.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Jefferson White has short light brown hair and blue eyes, stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while his weight is around 150lbs (68kgs) – information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

Jefferson White isn’t very open when it comes to speak about his personal life, and manages to keep all the details about it away from the public eye. Nonetheless, it’s known that he is a married man, but the names of his wife and children aren’t revealed. His current residence is in Brooklyn, New York City.

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