Jack Huston biography
Date of Birth: December 7, 1982
The grandson of Oscar-winning director/writer/actor John Huston and the great grandson of Oscar-winning (Toronto-born) actor Walter Huston, Jack Huston obviously comes by his talent naturally.
Born in London, England, Jack emerged as one of the hottest young actors to watch after his 2002 appearance in Mrs. Warren's Profession on the London stage for director Peter Hall, starring Brenda Blethyn.
On the big screen he's played opposite Al Pacino in Wilde Salome (2010), portrayed the handsome but shallow Royce King in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) and starred opposite Rhys Ifans and David Thewlis in Bernard Rose's Mr Nice (2010).
On television Jack enjoyed a regular role in the short-lived ABC-TV series Eastwicke.
Earlier films include the teen thriller Shrooms, The Weinstein Co.'s Outlander with James Caviezel and John Hurt, Factory Girl with Sienna Miller, Garden Of Eden with Mena Suvari, and Shrink alongside Kevin Spacey and Robin Williams, which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.
In the motion picture The Longest Ride (2015), based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, Jack played the younger version of Alan Alda's character, Ira. Jack can most recently be seen as Judah Ben-Hur in the epic remake Ben-Hur (2016), Ellis Cole in the dramedy Their Finest (2017), Sergeant Sterling in the war drama The Yellow Birds (2017), and Paul in the comedy An Actor Prepares (2017).
Jack Huston Filmography