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Jussie Smollett
Jussie Smollett (born June 21, 1982) is an American actor, singer, director and photographer. He began his career as a child actor in 1987 starring in

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American actor Jussie SmollettSmollett in 2018BornJussie Smollett[1]
(1982-06-21) June 21, 1982 (age 36)
Santa Rosa, California, U.S.OccupationActor, singer-songwriterYears active1991–presentKnown forJamal Lyon on EmpireRelativesJake Smollett (brother)
Jurnee Smollett-Bell (sister)Musical careerLabelsMusic of Sound,[2] Columbia[3]

Jussie Smollett[4] (born June 21, 1982) is an American actor, singer, director and photographer. He began his career as a child actor in 1987 starring in commercials and films, including The Mighty Ducks (1992) and Rob Reiner's North (1994). In 2015, Smollett attracted international attention and received rave reviews for his portrayal of musician Jamal Lyon in the Fox drama series Empire. Smollett has also appeared in Ridley Scott's science fiction film Alien: Covenant as Ricks and in Marshall as Langston Hughes. In 2019 Smollett gained media attention after claiming he was assaulted in a hate crime.

Contents Early life

Jussie Smollett was born in Santa Rosa, California, and is the third of six children born to Janet (née Harris) and Joel Smollett.[5] He has three brothers and two sisters: Jake, Jocqui, Jojo, Jurnee, and Jazz, several of whom are also actors.[6] His father was Jewish (his family emigrated from Russia and Poland). His mother is African-American.[7] Jussie Smollett graduated from Paramus Catholic High School in Paramus, NJ.[citation needed]

Career Smollett at the 2016 PaleyFest.

Smollett began his acting career as a child, co-starring in the films The Mighty Ducks (1992) and Rob Reiner's North (1994). On television, he starred alongside his five real-life siblings in the short-lived ABC sitcom On Our Own from 1994–95.[8] In 2012, Smollett returned to acting with the leading role in Patrik-Ian Polk's LGBT-themed comedy-drama The Skinny.[9] Also that year, he released an EP album titled The Poisoned Hearts Club.[6][10] He later guest-starred on The Mindy Project (2012) and Revenge (2014).

In 2014, Smollett was cast as Jamal Lyon—a gay musician who struggles to gain his father's approval—opposite Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard in the Fox drama series Empire.[11][12][13] His role was hailed as "groundbreaking" for its positive depiction of a black gay man on television.[14] Smollett reprised his role in subsequent seasons,[15] and directed an episode of the fourth season in 2017.[16]

In February 2015, Smollett confirmed that he had signed a recording contract with Columbia Records and would be releasing an album in the future.[17] Smollett co-wrote the songs "I Wanna Love You" and "You're So Beautiful" on the Original Soundtrack from Season 1 of Empire album, which was released in March 2015.[18]

In June 2015, it was announced that Smollett would guest-star alongside his younger sister, Jurnee, on Underground, which aired in 2016.[19]

Personal life

Smollett came out as gay during a televised interview with Ellen DeGeneres in March 2015.[20][21]

In a 2016 interview with Out magazine, Smollett clarified his sexual orientation by stating "If I had to label myself, I would label myself as a gay man." However, he stated his belief that openness to love is more important than gender, revealing that "If I fall in love down the road with a woman, I'm going to love that woman."[22] As a boy, Jussie Smollett had some romantic interest in girls.[23] When Smollett's gay character Jamal Lyon from Empire engaged in a heterosexual tryst with a female character, Smollett defended the plot development by stating that he and Empire creator Lee Daniels were trying to create a conversation about sexual fluidity in the gay community. Daniels has stated that "Jussie and I both share the same feeling that, yes, even though we are gay, we're sexual human beings. And we do occasionally want to sleep with a woman." Daniels stated that "We're showing life on Empire", in that both he and Smollett were incorporating their own sexual fluidity as gay men into Empire.[24]

2019 Chicago incident

On January 29, 2019, Smollett was allegedly attacked in Chicago in what is being investigated as a hate crime.[25][26] Smollett told police that he was attacked outside his apartment building upon returning home from walking to a fast-food restaurant, by two men in ski masks, who made racial and homophobic slurs[25] and that the attackers used their hands, feet, and teeth as weapons in the assault.[27][28] According to a statement released by the Chicago Police Department, the two suspects then "poured an unknown liquid" on Smollett and put a noose around his neck.[29] Smollett said that he fought them off, then admitted himself to Northwestern Memorial Hospital; he was not seriously injured, and was released "in good condition" later that morning,[25][30] still early.[31] Police are investigating video surveillance of two figures taken between 1:30–1:45 AM, 15–30 minutes prior to when Smollett described being attacked around 2:00 AM. The police were called after 2:30 AM,[32] and when they arrived around 2:40 AM he had a white rope around his neck.[33]

After TMZ reported that sources had told them that the attackers were white and had said "This is MAGA country", referencing President Donald Trump's Make America Great Again slogan,[34][35] police representatives initially dismissed both statements[35][36] before subsequently confirming that Smollett had, in a follow-up interview, described that the attackers had shouted "MAGA country" during the assault,[26] something which he had not mentioned in the initial interview with police.[33] However, there was no change with regard to Smollett not identifying the race of the attackers (the released initial police report shows no race in the demographics section for either suspect).[27] TMZ wrote that Smollett was doused with bleach, but it was mainly described in news reports as "an unknown chemical substance" as described on the initial police report,[35] though CBS News reported that police officers described smelling bleach on his clothes.[37]

On January 30, figures from the television industry and political activists and candidates supported Smollett on social media.[26][38] Entertainment industry figures including Shonda Rhimes and Viola Davis tweeted their outrage and support,[38] while Democratic Senators and candidates for the party's Presidential nominations Kamala Harris and Cory Booker both described the attack as a modern-day lynching with Booker urging Congress to pass the federal Anti-Lynching Bill he and Harris have co-sponsored.[38]

President Donald Trump responded "that, I can tell you, is horrible. I've seen it. I think that's horrible. It doesn't get worse." when interviewed by April Ryan of AURN about the situation.[39] The Associated Press reported that police had released images of "persons of interest" from surveillance camera footage, but were unable to find footage of Smollett being attacked.[40]

Smollett and his manager Brandon Z. Moore both told authorities they were having a phone conversation with each other at the time,[41] Moore saying he heard some of what transpired,[42] including "MAGA country", a scuffle, and a racial slur.[42][43] Police have not confirmed Moore's account with phone records.[43] Smollett refused to turn his cellphone over to detectives to allow them to confirm the call.[44]

After the alleged attack, Smollett performed a solo engagement at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on February 2, 2019,[45] although a scheduled meet-and-greet prior to the show was cancelled, citing security concerns.[46] The Chicago Police Department has promised to charge Smollett for filing a false police report in regards to the alleged hate crime if it was in fact fabricated.[47][48] On February 12, 2019, Chicago police stated that the phone records released by Smollet's team "are not sufficient and do not meet the burden for criminal investigation," and that more cooperation would be required.[49][50]

Filmography Film Year Film Role Notes 1992 The Mighty Ducks Terry Hall Nominated — Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture 1994 North Adam 2009 Pitch This Mike Short film 2012 The Skinny Magnus 2014 Born to Race: Fast Track Tariq Direct-to-video Ask Me Anything Nico Dempster 2016 The Tale of Four John Short film 2017 Alien: Covenant - Prologue: Last Supper Ricks Short film[51] Alien: Covenant Marshall Langston Hughes Television Year Title Role Notes 1991 A Little Piece of Heaven Salem Bordeaux Television film 1993 Alex Haley's Queen Simon Miniseries 1993 Coach Billy Episode: "Piece o' Cake" 1993–94 Cro Mike Voice, 20 episodes 1994–95 On Our Own Jesse Jerrico Series regular, 20 episodes 2012 The Mindy Project Barry Stassen Episode: "Josh and Mindy's Christmas Party" 2014 Revenge Jamie Episode: "Ashes" 2015–present Empire Jamal Lyon Series regular
Nominated—BET Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Drama
Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star
Directed season 4, episode 16 2016 Underground Josey 2 episodes 2016 Live! with Kelly Himself Guest host, 6 episodes 2017 Star Jamal Lyon Episode: "The Winner Takes it All" Music videos Year Artist Title 2015 Mariah Carey "Infinity" 2016 Jussie Smollett "F.U.W." Awards and nominations Year Awards Category Recipient Outcome 1993 Young Artist Award Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture The Mighty Ducks Nominated 2015 BET Awards Best Actor Empire Nominated Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actor Drama Nominated Choice TV: Breakout Star Nominated Choice TV: Chemistry Nominated Choice Music: Song from a Movie or TV Show "You're So Beautiful" Nominated 2016 NAACP Image Awards[52] Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Empire Nominated Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration "You're So Beautiful" Won Outstanding Song Won Outstanding New Artist Jussie Smollett Won 2017 Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Won Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actor Drama Empire Nominated Discography Albums List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and details Title Album details Peak chart positions US
Heat.
[53] Sum of My Music 22 "—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart. Singles Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album US
[55][56] US
R&B
/HH
[57][58] US
R&B
[59][60] US
Adult
R&B
[61][62] FRA
[63] GER
[64] SWI
[65] AUT
[66] POR
[67] BUL
[68][69] "Good Enough" 2015 —[A] 33 13 — 60 25 55 54 2 40 Empire: Original Soundtrack from Season 1 "Keep Your Money" 99 32 13 — 181 91 — — — — "No Apologies"
(featuring Yazz) —[B] 44 — — 195 — — — — — "I Wanna Love You" — —[C] 21 — — — — — — — "Money For Nothing"
(featuring Yazz) — —[D] 23 — — 94 — — — — "You're so Beautiful"
(featuring Yazz) 47 18 10 — 79 42 — — — — "Conqueror"
(featuring Estelle) 42 15 8 15 157 87 — — — — "Nothing To Lose" —[E] — 15 — — — — — — — "Powerful"
(featuring Alicia Keys) —[F] 36 10 — 152 — — — — — Empire: Original Soundtrack Season 2 Volume 1 "Ain't About the Money"
(featuring Yazz) — — — — — — — — — 39 "No Doubt About it"
(featuring Pitbull) — — 18 — — — — — — — "Chasing the Sky"
(featuring Terrence Howard & Yazz) 2016 — —[G] 24 — — — — — — — Empire: Original Soundtrack Season 2 Volume 2 "Good People"
(featuring Yazz) — —[H] 20 — — — — — — — "Need Freedom" — — — 30 — — — — — — Empire: Original Soundtrack Season 3 "Freedom" 2018 — — — — — — — — — — Sum of My Music "Catch Your Eye"
(featuring Swizz Beatz) — — — — — — — — — — "Hurt People" — — — — — — — — — — "Ha Ha (I Love You)" — — — 19 — — — — — — Notes
  1. ^ "Good Enough" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number 6 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[70]
  2. ^ "No Apologies" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[70]
  3. ^ "I Wanna Love You" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[72]
  4. ^ "Money For Nothing" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 9 on the Bubbling Under Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[72]
  5. ^ "Nothing To Lose" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number 21 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[70]
  6. ^ "Powerful" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart, but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart.[70]
  7. ^ "Chasing the Sky" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 2 on the Bubbling Under Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[72]
  8. ^ "Good People" did not enter the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 3 on the Bubbling Under Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.[72]
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