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Jim Parrack

This article is about the American actor . For the British sports journalist and former competitive swimmer of the same name, see James Parrack
Jim Parrack
Born (1981-02-08) February 8, 1981 (age 33)
Allen, Texas, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006–present
Spouse(s) Cierra Parrack (2008-present)

Jim Parrack (born February 8, 1981) is an American actor. He had a starring role as Hoyt Fortenberry in HBO series True Blood, and appeared in the film Battle: Los Angeles, which was released March 2011.[1]

Parrack was born on February 8, 1981 and grew up in the town of Allen, Texas.[2] In 2001, Parrack moved to Los Angeles, California where he studied acting at The Stella Adler Academy[3] and then at the Playhouse West.[4]

Parrack and actress Ciera Parrack married on October 19, 2008.[5][6] Parrack is the president of 120 Productions, Inc.[7]



Year Title Role
2006 Annapolis AJ
2011 Battle: Los Angeles LCpl. Peter Kerns
2013 Isolated Ambassador for Peace
2013 Child of God Deputy Cotton Post-production
2013 A Night in Old Mexico Moon Post-production
2013 As I Lay Dying Cash N/A
2013 Jimmy's Pickle JP (rumored) Post-production


Year TV Show Role Appearance
2006 Monk Roger Zisk "Mr. Monk Bumps His Head"
2006 ER Phil "Out on a Limb"
2006 Standoff Sam Ellis "Partners in Crime"
2006 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Sgt. Jack Day "Toe Tags"
2006 Grey's Anatomy Ted Carr "Where the Boys Are"
2006 Close to Home Joe Nelson "Shoot to Kill"
2007 NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigation Service Nick Hurley "Blowback"
2007 Raines Deputy Mark Jessup "Reconstructing Alice"
2007 Criminal Minds Paul "Open Season"
2009 Supernatural Nick Munroe "Sex and Violence"
2008–2012 True Blood Hoyt Fortenberry 48 episodes
2012 Alcatraz Guy Hastings "Guy Hastings"

Other Work

2008 So You Want Michael Madsen? Self


External links

  • Jim Parrack on Facebook
  • Jim Parrack on Twitter
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Jim Parrack on Myspace
  • 120 Productions on YouTube

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