Quick Facts of

  • First NameJefferson
  • Last NameWhite
  • Net Worth$ 1 million
  • CareerActor
  • Height5 Feet 8 inches

Jefferson White is an American actor who is very famous for his appearance on Netflix’s series Yellowstone (2018-2020) as Jimmy Hurdstrom. Also, he is known for his work in Manhattan, How to Get Away with Murder, and The Twilight Zone.

Short-Bio of Jefferson White

Jefferson White was born somewhere in the USA however his actual date is missing. Also, the information related to his parents, siblings, and education is also missing.

What Is His Relationship Status?

The relationship status of Jefferson White seems to be not clear at the moment. Whether he is dating someone or not is a question mark for all of his fans. He seems to be much focused on his career rather than being in a relationship.

Jefferson White seems to be single as of 2020

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To this date, he has not been spotted with any lady anywhere, and also he has not preferred to talk a single word on his pesonal life matter.

His Net Worth and Career

Jefferson White started his acting career back in 2014 and has more than 20 acting credits in his name. As of 2022, his net worth is calculated to be around $1 million. As an actor, he might be getting paid around $56,000 thousand which is the average salary of an actor.

He made acting debut from his appearance in the TV series, The Americans as Brad Mullin. In the same year, he was cast on the television show Manhattan (2014-2015) as Cole from which he received huge limelight.

In 2015, he was seen in the TV Series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Elementary, and How to Get Away with Murder. Fowling this, he became a part of the movies and TV series such as The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, Blindspot, Aquarius, Blue Bloods,  The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, House of Cards, and so on.

His career got huge attention after he was cast on Netflix’s series Yellowstone alongside Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Luke Grimes, Danny Huston, among others.

Some of his other notable work includes Treasure Trouble, The Twilight Zone, Daddy, No Future, Swipe, and Others.