Joshua Carter Jackson is a Canadian-American actor born on June 11, 1978. He is popularly known as Charlie Conway in Mighty Ducks, Pacey Witter in Dawson Creek (1998–2003), Peter Bishop in Fringe (2008–2013). Cole Lockhart in the series The Affair in (2014-2018), Mickey Joseph in the film When They See Us (2019), Bill Richardson in the film Little Fires Everywhere (2020), and Dr. Christopher Duntsch in the movie Dr. Death ( 2022).
The Mighty Ducks film series (1992–1996), Cruel Intentions (1999), The Skulls (2000), and Shutter Island (2000) are among Jackson’s best-known works (2008). Jackson was awarded the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for his role in the Canadian indie film One Week (2008).
Jackson began his acting career in 1991 with a minor role in the film Crooked Hearts. The following year, he starred as Charlie in the musical adaptation of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. He joined the William Morris Agency at this point with the help of the play’s casting director, Laura Kennedy. Playing the role of a young and aspiring hockey player, he was soon cast as Charlie in the series The Mighty Ducks.
Her ability to play bold but lovable characters showed when she was cast as Pacey Witter in the 1998 coming-of-age television drama Dawson’s Creek. Cruel Intentions (1999) and The Skulls (2000) were notable feature film performances during this time. period, as were ambitious but small-budget films such as Apt Pupil (1998) and The Laramie Project (2002).
Joshua Jackson debuted in the romantic comedy genre in 2005, barely two years after Dawson’s Creek completed his successful run on television, starring in the indie films Americano, Aurora Borealis and The Shadow Dancer. He also had a supporting part in Bobby (2006), a political farce for which he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance with the ensemble cast. Jackson made his long West End debut in David Mamet’s two-man play A Life in the Theatrical, a backstage comedy about petulant theater performers in the United Kingdom.
Joshua Jackson reappeared on episodic television in 2008 as the incredibly resourceful semi-talented Peter Bishop in the sci-fi/fantasy fringe, and then went to Canada to executive-produce and appear in the existential road film One Week . In the comedy Let the Favorite, he co-starred with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Bruce Williams (2012).
Inevitable, directed by Ruba Nadda, premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. After his daughter’s imprisonment in Syria, Jackson portrays consular officer Paul, a Canadian bureaucratic apple-polisher, who supports an Arab-Canadian parent with extradition demands. When Paul trades his casual lifestyle for a risky trip into the heart of the Middle East, his buried demons surface, and Jackson’s portrayal of an unconventional character gains widespread recognition.
Jackson won the 2009 Genie Award for Best Actor for his role as a young man with just one week to live in the film One Week.
Joshua Carter Jackson was born on June 11, 1978 in Vancouver to John and Fiona Jackson. His mother works in the industry as a casting director. Jackson’s father is from Texas, and his mother is from Ballyfermot, Dublin, Ireland, having moved to the United States in the late 1960s.
Aisleigh, his younger sister, and Jonathan and Lyman, his older half-brothers, are his siblings. He was raised in a Christian family.
Jackson grew up in California until the age of eight. Along with his mother and younger sister, he relocated to Vancouver. He went to Ideal Mini School before transferring to Kitsilano Secondary School. He went to high school with actor Ryan Reynolds.
|Date of birth||11 June 1978|
|birth place||Vancouver, Canada|
|nationality||Canadian, American and Irish.|
|height||6 feet 2 inches|
|family||father: John Carter.
Mother: Fiona Jackson.
Brothers): Jonathan Carter, Lyman Carter.
Sister’s): Aisleigh Jackson.
|Relationship Status||not known|
|wife husband||not known|
|education||Topanga Elementary School in California,
Lizzie Francis School in Los Angeles.
|College||University of Georgia|
|net worth||USD 8 million (approx)|
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