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Jackson White is set to co-headline the upcoming drama series “Tell Me Lies” for Hulu. White will play Stephen DeMarco opposite Grace Van Patten’s Lucy Albright in the series, which is based on Carola Lovering’s best-selling novel of the same name. “Tell Me Lies” is a twisted, modern love story about Lucy and Stephen’s tumultuous relationship as it unfolds over the course of eight years. The streaming platform will premiere episodes on September 7, 2022. This series marks Emma Roberts’ first-look partnership with Hulu to develop and create compelling television series under her production banner, Belletrist TV.
Earlier this year, White appeared opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Eiza González in Michael Bay’s action thriller “Ambulance.” Universal Pictures released the film on February 18, 2022.
White also recently wrapped production on Paramount Players’ follow-up adaptation of the 2019 film “Pet Sematary,” based on Stephen King’s bestseller. He will star in the leading role as Jud Crandall. Lindsey Beer will direct the “Pet Sematary” prequel, and other cast members include Jack Mulhern, Forrest Goodluck, Natalie Alyn Lind, and Isabelle Star LaBlanc. The upcoming “Pet Sematary” prequel will debut exclusively on Paramount+.
White previously starred in a breakout role as Brendan Fletcher in the critically acclaimed HBO comedy series “Mrs. Fletcher,” opposite Kathryn Hahn. Based on Tom Perrotta’s bestselling novel of the same name, the limited series adaptation follows an empty-nest single mom, Eve Fletcher (Hahn), who is faced with adjusting to her new life after her son Brendan (White) moves out for college. Written by Perrotta and directed by Nicole Holofcener, “Mrs. Fletcher” is a dual, coming-of-age story that explores the impact of the internet and social media on the Fletcher family. The 7-episode series premiered on October 27, 2019.
Additionally, White starred alongside Kelsey Grammar in the indie feature “The Space Between.” The comedic drama centers around the Los Angeles music scene in the ‘90s and follows Charlie (White), who is trying to break out of the mailroom and into the music industry. He is tasked with getting forgotten rockstar Micky Adams (Grammar) out of his contract at his longtime record label. “The Space Between” is directed by “Dallas Buyers Club” producer Rachel Winter and Paramount Pictures released the film in 2021.
White currently resides in Los Angeles.
With an enigmatic quality and a fierce intelligence, Stephen’s ability to read people has always been a means of survival. But underneath his charm, he has a dark side. When he meets Lucy (Van Patten) he will bring out a side of her that is simultaneously enthralling and frightening. Together they will embark on a tumultuous journey, with repercussions that neither could have predicted.