About Jackson Rathbone

Jackson Rathbone is an actor/musician/singer who is currently based in America. He is widely recognized for his role as Jasper Hale in the romantic fantasy film series “Twilight”. He was also the former singer/guitarist/keyboardist/drummer/bassist of 100 Monkeys band from 2012 to 2014. In over fifteen years, the thirty-five-year-old actor is featured in over twenty-five movies, ten television shows, and a web series.

Quick Infos 
Full NameMonroe Jackson Rathbone V
Date of BirthDecember 14, 1984
Birth PlaceSingapore
Parent(s)Randee Lynn and Monroe Jackson Rathbone IV
OccupationActor, SInger, Musician
Spouse(s)Sheila Hafsadi ​(m. 2013)
Net WorthUS $7 million

Early Life

Jackson Rathbone was born to Randee Lynn and Monroe Jackson Rathbone IV on 14th December 1984 in Singapore as Monroe Jackson Rathbone V. His father worked at Mobil Oil because of his which he has lived in Norway, Singapore, Indonesia, and later settled in Texas. He was part of local productions during his school years. He is the descendant of the Rathbone Family of Liverpool.

Before attending Interlochen Arts Academy, he studied at Trinity School, where he completed his high school studies and majored in acting. He then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting after being rejected by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

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Career

In Television

Jackson Rathbone started his television journey from Disney 411, where he used to take interviews of upcoming personalities. He was featured as a guest actor in “Close to Home” as Scott Fields for the episode “Romeo and Juliet Murders” in 2005. The same year, he was one of the main casts in the drama series “Beautiful People” as Nicholas Fiske. He had confirmed the role being difficult as it was his first time in main casts, in a 2008 interview.

He was then seen as Justin Edwards for two episodes of “The O.C.” in 2006 and was Dylan for two episodes of “The War at Home” in 2007. He was also part of the 2009 crime drama “Criminal Minds” in the role of Adam Jackson for the episode “Conflicted”. His next television appearance was in 2010 for “No Ordinary Family” as Trent Stafford. Rathbone was also featured in “White Collar” as Nate Osbourne and Jesse James for “NTSF: SD: SUV::” in 2013.

His next appearance was as Jared Peters in twelve episodes of “Finding Carter” in 2015. He was last seen in television at “The Last Ship” in Giorgio’s role for eight episodes of the show. He was also seen as Nick Green for the 2011-2013 web series “Aim High,” of which he was also the Executive Producer.

In Film

Jackson Rathbone’s first big-screen debut was in the 2005 drama film “River’s End” as Jimmy. He was then part of the 2006 movie “Pray for Morning” as Connor. In 2007, he had a supporting role in Rob Schneider’s directorial debut “Big Stan” as Robbie the Hippie.

In 2008, he was featured as Snippy for the Direct-to-video film “Senior Skip Day” and took the role of Jasper Hale in the romantic fantasy “Twilight“. The film received a mixed response from the critics but was loved by the audience. It grossed over $400 million in the box-office against a budget of just $37 million. He was then part of “S. Darko”, “Dread,” and “Hurt” in 2009.

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In 2009 and 2010, he reprised his role as Jasper Hale in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”. For Eclipse, he won the parody “Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor”. He was again nominated for the parody awards for Sokka’s role in “The Last Airbender”; he shared the nomination with the “Last Airbender” cast.

He, for the 3rd/4th time, reprised his role of Jasper Hale in the other sequel of “Twilight”; “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” and “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2” in 2011 and 2012. He received Golden Raspberry Awards nomination for both the film and shared the award with the latter film’s entire cast. “The Magic Bracelet”, “Live at the Foxes Den”, “My Husband’s Wife”, “Justice”, “The Wall of Mexico” and “Cowgirls n’ Angels” are a few of his other film appearances. He will also be featured in the upcoming film “Until We Meet Again” as Eddie Conway.

Awards

In Jackson Rathbone’s career for 2005 to present, he is nominated for eight award functions and has won four of them, including two parody awards and a New York City Horror Film Festival for “Do Not Reply”.

Personal Life

Jackson Rathbone is married to Sheila Hafsadi since 2013 and has three children with her. He loves writing poems and can play guitar, keyboard, and bass.

He is also a member of Little Kids Rock that works to restore music education in public schools in the U.S.

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Height and Weight

Jackson Rathbone is five feet and nine inches in height and weight seventy-three kilograms.

Social Media

Over 532k followers in his official Instagram handle @jacksonrathbone and over 400k followers in his official Twitter handle @JacksonRathbone.

Net Worth

 According to celebritynetworth.com, Jackson Rathbone has an estimated net worth of $7 million.

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