Jonathan Stevens Jackson was born in 1982 and grew up in Washington state. After a family trip to Universal Studios when Jonathan was 9, he and his brother were both inspired to pursue acting.

His parents decided to let their sons try their luck in acting for 6 months, and so Jonathan and Richard moved down to Los Angeles with their mother. Within a few months, Jonathan landed a contract role on the soap opera "General Hospital" as Luke and Laura's son, Lucas "Lucky" Spencer III. He stayed on the soap opera for 6 years as the original Lucky, garnering 6 Daytime Emmy nominations and 3 Daytime Emmys for Younger Actor along the way. While shooting the soap, Jackson also made 5 movies. He filmed several episodes for the ABC series "Boy Meets World."

After leaving the soap in 1999, Jackson was cast in a variety of films. At one point, he was considered the favourite to play Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars films [citation needed].

Filmography in Terminator franchiseEdit

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Music CareerEdit

Jackson is the lead singer and guitarist in a number of bands, most recently for Enation. Jonathan first sang his own work on "General Hospital" and his music has since been featured in a number of his movies.

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