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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 21 December 1969Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Birth NameJohn E. Noseworthy Jr.
Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Jack Noseworthy was born on December 21, 1969. He grew up in Massachusetts, and began acting there. In his late teens, he joined the national tour of the musical "Cats." He then went straight to New York where many other productions followed. Jack also graduated and received his BFA from the Boston Conservatory. After appearing in a Bon Jovi video, "Always," Jack appeared in the Pauly Shore comedy Encino Man (1992). Many films followed, and in 1996, Jack was seen in The Brady Bunch Movie (1995). After that came more: Barb Wire (1996), The Trigger Effect (1996), Event Horizon (1997) and Breakdown (1997). In his acting experience, he has starred alongside some of the most famous names, including Pamela Anderson, Christine Taylor, Sam Neill, Laurence Fishburne, and many others. In 1999, he had another hit, Idle Hands (1999), with Devon Sawa. He also has many films due out in 2000, such as Unconditional Love (2002).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: bcnu_84@hotmail.com

Spouse (1)

Sergio Trujillo (October 2011 - present)

Trivia (10)

Graduated from the Boston Conservatory.
Appeared in Bon Jovi's music video, "Always".
Hosted Top 20 Videos on MTV to promote "Dead at 21"
Was the only male to play the role of "Peter Pan" on Broadway when he was an understudy for "Jerome Robbins Broadway" in 1990.
He frequently appears in films directed by Jonathan Mostow (his cameo in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) was cut but can be seen on the DVD).
Returned to his hometown of Lynn, Massachusetts to film scenes for Surrogates (2009) in 2009.
Older brother of Katie Wright. They didn't know about this relationship until they worked on Idle Hands (1999).
Played on Broadway in the musical "Lestat" in 2006.
Played "Armand" in "Lestat" in San Francisco. Based on the "Vampire Chronicles" by Anne Rice, with music and lyrics by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.
Appearing on Broadway in Sweet Smell Of Success [March 2002]

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