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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.

Byhalia, Mississippi has begun its run last June 7th and will run through July 27th at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater in Washington, D.C.. Check out the official production photos featuring Jack as Jim!

Jack is heading to theater this summer! He will star in the upcoming production of Byhalia, Mississippi, a new play by Evan Linder exploring race, infidelity, and family. It will run from June 7th to July 7th. Good luck to Jack!

PLAYBILL – Winner of Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Work in 2016, Byhalia, Mississippi centers on Jim and Laurel, a couple who are broke, young, and deeply in love. When Laurel gives birth to their overdue child, the biracial baby is a surprise to everyone, especially her husband Jim, igniting a firestorm in their small southern town.

The production will also star Aimé Donna Kelly as Ayesha, Blake Anthony Morris as Karl, Joseph Jefferson Award–winning Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble member Caroline Neff as Laurel, and Joseph Jefferson Award winner Cecelia Wingate as Celeste.

“Byhalia is about seven miles south of where I grew up, and I know this region and these characters intimately. These are people who are not often reflected on American stages unless they are caricatures or the butt of a joke. To me, they are my home. They are family,” says playwright Linder. “I think we all have a desire to see the people and places we love the most become better, learn from past mistakes and move forward. For me, writing Byhalia, Mississippi sprang from that desire.”

We Are Boats is now out in select theaters, with a digital release scheduled on March 26th. Check out the official trailer below, and a poster featuring Jack as Michael in our gallery!.

Connor and Oliver babysitting Christopher was too adorable. I have updated the gallery with high-resolution screencaps from the season finale of How to Get Away with Murder!

Don’t miss the thrilling season finale of How to Get Away with Murder this Thursday!

Annalise and her team need to get to the truth before the truth gets them.

We got to see our favorite couple in action in court, which ended up in their favor, fortunately. I have updated the gallery with high-resolution screencaps from the latest episode of How to Get Away with Murder!

Jack spoke with Hollywood Life and talked about the Oban Whisky campaign and discussed the upcoming season finale of How to Get Away with Murder, describing it as “shocking and sad.”

When it comes to How To Get Away With Murder, you never know what’s going to happen. When it comes to premieres and finales, fans always have to brace themselves. HTGAWM doesn’t mess around. The season 5 finale will air Feb. 28, and HollywoodLife talked EXCLUSIVELY with Jack Falaheeabout what’s ahead and his hopes for season 6, as well as his partnership with Oban Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Jack couldn’t say much about the season 5 finale, but he did tease: “It was a really difficult episode for us to film as a cast, and it’s really shocking and sad, too.”

The show hasn’t been renewed for season 6 yet, but ABC won’t announce the majority of their renewals until May 2019. Connor and Oliver recently got married, and Jack has an idea for a honeymoon. “I’ve been pitching aggressively that the sixth season should start with Connor and Oliver yachting off the coast of Greece, just so they have to fly me to Greece and put me on a yacht for a while. I think that’d be great. The fans would love it,” he said. Hey, we’re here for it. He also has other hopes for a potential season 6.

“Aside from yachting off the coast of Greece, I shadowed one of the directors on set because I would like to direct in the future,” Jack continued. “Whether or not that happens next season remains to be seen, but while I was shadowing I learned a lot about all the ingredients that go into making an episode, and we as a cast, because we don’t know what the endgame is, we always come up with our own ideas. While I was shadowing, I was talking to one of the writers and they liked some of the ideas, so when I go back to L.A. I’m actually meeting to pitch some things because I think there are some crazy twists and turns, and obviously they are working on that, but I’ve come up with some of my own that I think are good. So hopefully some of that gets thrown in there. But I think that it’s going be, especially with how the season ends, it’s going be interesting to see how folks recover.”

This season introduced Gabriel Maddox, and the winter finale revealed that he’s actually the son of Annalise’s late husband, Sam Keating. The Keating 4 has been hesitant to trust Gabriel, especially Connor. “Connor realizes he has this real thing now in his marriage to Oliver, and it’s a good thing,” Jack told HollywoodLife. “When he sees someone on the outside that might threaten that life that they’ve finally created together, I think he gets really protective and gets kind of almost alpha in the back couple episodes with the Keating students and trying to dissuade them from trusting Gabriel here and there.Rome Flynn has done just such a good job with Gabriel, and it’s definitely added a different dynamic, which is cool.”

In addition to HTGAWM, Jack has partnered with Oban Single Malt Scotch Whisky, which recently launched “It’s Pronounced OH-Bin” campaign. The partnership means a lot to him because of his special connection with whisky. Jack explained: “I have been a fan of scotch for quite some time. When I was younger I would always watch my grandpa who recently passed. He was a fan, and he’d have one every now and then around the holidays. And I’d always go up and smell it and was very curious, even though I thought it smelled terrible. Now I love the smell. And when I finally was of age, I think it was Christmas, and he had a bottle that he’d been hanging onto for a long time. And he poured me a glass and just had a nice little conversation and sat there in silence, too. That was my first memory, and then when I lived in New York I was actually bartending to help pay my way through acting school and that’s when I became much more educated about scotch and single-malts, specifically. Coincidentally, Oban quickly became one of my favorites. So when they came to me with the partnership, it just made total sense for me as someone who enjoys it and has a relationship with Oban.”