Who is james lafferty dating now
Both the film and the book tell the story of Jimmy Adams (who Lafferty plays), a formerly wealthy hedge-fund financier who gets fired and sets out on a journey to find his next passion in life.Eventually, Jimmy ends up working at a local 24-hour chicken and waffles diner, where he not only learns about the restaurant business, but also discovers quite a bit about himself.For me to get cast in [this] role, it was really exciting, because I knew it would give a major impact when it came out."Well, I think it's safe to say that Lafferty is continuing to make an impact, just like he did as Nathan Scott. Sophia Bush is on and off dating Austin Nichols (Julian from One Tree Hill)... but now Sophia Bush is on and off again dating Austin Nichols (Julian from OTH) and James Lafferty is suposedly dating Rachel Wilson.... He played in one tree hill, listens to rap music, and lives in North Carolina. The latter is what makes the film so inspiring, and Lafferty agrees.Not only does the 30-year-old actor appreciate the way Jimmy "reinvented himself and reinvented his definition of success," but he also admires how Jimmy ended up where he is today.
"Frankly, it seems like it's a bit overdue to be told in the television medium.
It was a sad day when OTH ended, but at least most of the cast is still part of the acting world, including the actor who brought Nathan to life. While chatting with Bustle over the phone, Lafferty makes clear that he is so much more than Nathan Scott these days.
For example, you can catch him in the 2015 indie film Waffle Street (available on VOD March 15), which is based on James Adams' 2010 memoir of the same name.
Well, it's clear that Lafferty is making his dreams a reality. "I wouldn't necessarily say he's a protagonist," Lafferty says about Kyle.
In addition to Waffle Street, he is also starring on WGN America's latest series, Underground , where he plays U. "He presents some challenges for the lead characters." For those unaware, the series is about the Underground Railroad and follows a group of slaves who attempt to escape a Georgia plantation. Marshall's were on the wrong side of history," he says.