Nathan Parsons Biography
Nathan Parsons is born Nathan Dean Parsons is an Australian-born American actor, known for appearing in daytime television on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital as the character of Ethan Lovett. He also had roles on primetime television shows as vampire James Kent on the seventh and final season of the HBO drama series True Blood, and the role of exiled werewolf Jackson Kenner on The CW drama series The Originals.
Recently, he has been on Once Upon a Time as Hansel/Jack/Nick Branson and is currently portraying the lead of Max Evans in The CW series Roswell, New Mexico.
Nathan Parsons Age
Nathan Dean Parsons was born in Adelaide, Australia on 16th June 1988.
Nathan Parsons Background
Parsons was born in Adelaide, South Australia and grew up in Colorado and Texas. He moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California after being accepted into their Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting program.
He is a member of Boom Kat Dance Theatre, a non-profit dance company based in Santa Monica, California. Boom Kat has been made a resident company of the Miles Memorial Playhouse in Santa Monica following the success of their third production NeverWonderland California.
Nathan Parsons Wife|Nathan Parsons Girlfriend
He is currently single. There is no information about any of his past relationships.
Nathan Parsons Height
He has a height of 6′ that is 1.83 meters.
Nathan Parsons Net Worth
Parsons is a Hollywood actor who began his career in the early ’90s with a voice role in Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. His net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million.
Nathan Parsons Career
As a child actor, he did voice-over work dubbing Japanese anime for ADV Films, including the lead role of Jean Roque-Raltique in Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water and parts in “Soul Hunter”, Devil Lady and Jing: King of Bandits. Parsons has previously appeared in the films Teeth (2007) and The Brotherhood V: Alumni (2009).
Parsons initially tried out for an alternate job on General Hospital and was not thrown, yet the arrangement in this way made another character for him. He showed up as scalawag Ethan Lovett on 30 January 2009.
Parsons was at first enlisted on a common premise yet was before long put on contract with the arrangement, working intimately with multi-Daytime Emmy Award-victor Anthony Geary.
Parsons’ introduction storyline alluded to the mystery parentage of his character Ethan, who was later settled as the child of Luke Spencer (Geary) and Holly Sutton (Emma Samms), characters made easily recognized names during General Hospital’s 1980s pinnacle. In March 2009 Soaps In Depth magazine acknowledged Parsons for “surprising the show” and named Ethan “a standout amongst daytime’s most arresting youthful characters.”
In December 2011, Parsons announced that he had decided not to renew his contract with General Hospital (which was expiring in early 2012). His last airdate was 7 March 2012, in a final scene that was shared with his on-screen parents, Anthony Geary and Emma Samms. The storyline was left open-ended for his possible return.
In May 2012, Parsons was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Younger Actor category for his portrayal of Ethan Lovett on General Hospital. The 2012 Daytime Emmy Awards were televised live on 23 June 2012, from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
Though Parsons did not win in this category, he was prominently featured in the telecast as a presenter for the coveted Outstanding Lead Actor category, in which his former co-stars, Anthony Geary, and Maurice Benard, were both nominated. Parsons presented the award to his former on-screen father, Anthony Geary (for an unprecedented 7th win), and was acknowledged in Geary’s acceptance speech. General Hospital also won the Outstanding Drama Series award.
In April 2013, Parsons returned to General Hospital as Ethan Lovett as part of the show’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. His return aired over two days, 2 and 3 April, in which he appeared with Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer), Genie Francis (Laura Spencer) and Constance Towers (Helena Cassadine). He also reprised his character again in July 2015 for two episodes.
Nathan Parsons debuted on Bunheads on 16 July 2012, in an episode entitled “Money for Nothing”, which introduced his character of Godot. While Godot was well known and idolized by the “Bunheads”/girls, the lead character of Michelle (Sutton Foster) had never met him, as he had only just returned from a year-long surfing trip.
There was a brief, but instant rapport/flirtation between Michelle and Godot; a relationship that was played out through season 1. He went on to appear in a further six episodes through the season, (which was the only season as the show was canceled by ABC Family).
Nathan Parsons True Blood
In the final season of True Blood, he replaced Luke Grimes as James.
Nathan Parsons The Originals
Since 2014, he has appeared on The Originals as Jackson Kenner.