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Welcome to Jack Falahee Web! This site aims to be your ultimate online source on all things related to actor, Jack Falahee. He currently stars as Connor Walsh in the ABC legal drama series, How to Get Away with Murder, and as Frank Stringfellow in the PBS period drama series, Mercy Street. Thank you for visiting the site, and check back soon for all the latest news, photos, media, and more on Jack.
April 12, 2016
Photos

Jack and his co-star, Conrad Ricamora, presented the Point Leadership Award to How to Get Away with Murder creator, Pete Nowalk, at the 2016 Point Honors Gala. I have added 14 high-quality photos of Jack at the event into the gallery.

Jack also shared in his Instagram account a message to Pete.

Had a great time with @conradricamora presenting our friend and @howtogetawaywithmurder creator @petenowalk with the Point Leadership Award at tonight's Point Honors gala with @thepointfoundation – @thepointfoundation is an amazing organization that helps empower LGBTQ students through academic scholarship funding, mentorship, leadership programs and community service training. I was absolutely blown away by the stories shared by the Point scholars and mentors tonight. Thank you. I'm very proud of Pete and grateful that he has given me the opportunity to play an authentic character. A character that is openly gay. A character that is not the punch line of a joke. Hearing the response from each of you about how Connor and his relationship with Oliver resonates so strongly with you, and in some cases has helped some of you begin conversations with family or loved ones about your own sexuality or gender expression, has been a deeply rewarding experience. An experience that is all thanks to Pete's commitment to portraying LGBTQ characters honestly and without shame. Im honored to have been able to present this award tonight to @petenowalk on behalf of such an amazing organization. Congrats, Pete. Help support @thepointfoundation and help provide resources for LGBTQ students. Thanks for having me. #LGBTQ #pointhonors #pointfoundation

A photo posted by Jack Falahee (@jackfalahee) on

I have added 64 high-resolution screencaps from the season finale of How to Get Away with Murder. It’s going to be a long wait for the next season, but I’m sure it’s going to be worth it! Also, in case you haven’t heard, Conrad Ricamora, who plays Connor’s boyfriend, Oliver, has been upgraded to series regular! Looking forward to more of these two next season.

March 16, 2016
Photos

Jack posed for some portraits when he visited The Lowdown with Diana Madison yesterday. I have added 8 of them into the gallery!

Don’t miss the season finale of How to Get Away with Murder this Thursday, 10/9c on ABC!

YOU CAN RUN, BUT YOU CAN’T HIDE, ON THE SEASON FINALE OF ABC’S “HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER”

“Anna Mae” – With chaos surrounding Annalise, she just can’t stand the pressure anymore and needs to escape. Meanwhile, Frank must come to terms with the things he has done while Wes continues to get closer to finding out about his past, on the season finale of “How to Get Away with Murder,” THURSDAY, MARCH 17 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network.

I have updated the gallery with 134 high-resolution screencaps from the latest episode of How to Get Away with Murder.

March 11, 2016
Photos

Sorry for the delay, I have updated the gallery with photos of Jack attending The Beverly Center: An Icon Reimagined opening ceremony & the 12 Annual Desert Smash last March 7th and 8th, respectively.


Public Appearances – 2016 – March 07 – Beverly Center Renovation Announcement Event
Public Appearances – 2016 – March 08 – 12th Annual Desert Smash
March 10, 2016
Mercy Street

PBS has renewed the drama — its first original scripted production in more than a decade — for a second season, the public broadcaster said Wednesday.

“We are thrilled with the overwhelmingly positive response to ‘Mercy Street’ and the return of high-quality American drama on PBS stations,” said Beth Hoppe, PBS chief programming officer and general manager, general audience programming, in a prepared statement. “We’re looking forward to a second season offering more fascinating stories inspired by historical events. The effort from everyone involved, including the producers, directors, historical consultants, actors and PBS stations, resulted in an extraordinary series that exemplifies PBS’ world-class programming.”

The drama explores life in Alexandria, Virginia in the Spring of 1862. The border town between North and South is the longest-occupied Confederate city of the war and ruled under martial law, The drama follows the stories of multiple characters, whose lives intersect at Mansion House, a family luxury hotel transformed into a Union Army hospital.

The first season was executive produced by Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker of Scott Free; Lisa Q. Wolfinger; and David Zabel. PBS said its January 17 premiere reached more than 5.7 million viewers, and that the series’ six episodes have streamed 2 million times (from January 14-February 28) across available platforms, which include PBS station websites, PBS.org and PBS apps for iOS, Android, FireTV, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360 and Windows 10.

The ensemble cast for season two will include Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Josh Radnor, Gary Cole,Hannah James, Brad Koed Jr., Norbert Leo Butz, Tara Summers, McKinley Belcher III, Jack Falahee, AnnaSophia Robb, Donna Murphy, Suzanne Bertish and Luke Macfarlane.

Source: Variety