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Overview (3)

Born in Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Birth NameJohn David Pyle
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (1)

At 3 o'clock post meridiem on the first Wednesday of 1983, Jax Pyle was born John David Pyle to David Eugene Pyle, a biochemist, and Mary Gwendolyn Pyle, a dietitian. He grew up in the refined Highlands area of Louisville, Kentucky, with his younger brother. Jax Pyle began professionally acting as a kid in New York City on several television series, including One Life to Live (1968) and Law & Order (1990). He won the Ron Millkie Award for Best Actor Performance in 2001.

After a few scene studies and expression sessions under the instruction of Bobbie Shaw Chance in Los Angeles, the young actor landed both a general meeting with casting director Mali Finn and a featured role in 10 Attitudes (2001). Jax took the field with Ray Liotta in 2005 and 2006 to film Chasing 3000 (2010). He then went on to appear in Sons of Anarchy (2008) and support Armie Hammer in Billy: The Early Years (2008).

In 2009, Pyle and his extreme brand teamed up with After-School All-Stars, a nonprofit organization led by Arnold Schwarzenegger, to help keep urban children safe and influence happy futures. Next was a grassroots campaign in Philadelphia to graffiti back home. Then a stint in the festival hit The Paper Tiger (2013) to directing Almost Ruined (2013). Watch the recent theatrical release of Bomb City (2017) alongside his childhood pal Major Dodge.

Jax Pyle studies digital filmmaking and fathers Iris Gweneth Pyle, born on February 21st of 2012. He is currently in a relationship with celebrity hair stylist Nikki Olmos.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trade Mark (1)

Frequently sticks tongue out to side of mouth while in deep thought

Trivia (2)

Graduated from Our Lady of Providence Junior-Senior High School in 2001.
Caught his first fish at the age of 3 with a cane pole.

Personal Quotes (2)

I refuse to become a victim of senseless stagnation.
You may have more dollars in your safe but I probably have more life in my soul.

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