Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

JFK's grandson just made his acting debut in 'Blue Bloods'

JFK's grandson just made his acting debut in 'Blue Bloods'

Former US President John F Kennedy's grandson Jack Schlossberg is making his acting in the show "Blue Bloods". The 25-year-old son of Caroline Bouvier Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg played Officer Jack Hammer on the long-running series about a tight-knit brood of Irish Catholic cops in New York City.

'But I'm still trying to make my own way and figure things out.

"I don't create the guidelines, I just pretend to use them dollars me tonight on now 8 finale of "blue-bloods" my dream come real!" Best show in the entire world'.

A screengrab of Jack Schlossberg's Instagram post.

In one of the photos, he poses with his mother, Caroline Kennedy, "Blue Bloods" stars Will Estes and Vanessa Ray, and executive producer Kevin Wade.

In another photo, the actor can be seen pointing at a sign that reads "Officer Jack Hammer". "It's something that I'm very proud of", Schlossberg told the "Today" show in May 2017.

In November, Schlossberg opened as much as PEOPLE about his favourite superstar, and it's none aside from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

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Schlossberg, who's now attending Harvard Law, previously made television appearances on the Today show, 60 Minutes, and Global Agenda.

"He's identical to the funniest, finest man", Schlossberg gushed.

"I'm inspired by my family's legacy of public service". "And what I really love about him is that he is the hardest worker... I determine with that as a result of I feel exhausting work could be very, crucial, and so I simply suppose he's the person". "So keep tuned - I don't know what I'm going to do".

He continued: "President Barack Obama impressed me in the identical approach".

"All through his presidency, my grandfather made it clear that he alone may fix nothing; that he alone had no solutions", Schlossberg mentioned on the time. "He'd the courage to clearly acknowledge the united states's shortcomings, to then lay out daring plans to tackle those problems and also to consult his fellow Americans for help in solving themhellip; he motivated a generation to enter public support and also to ask exactly what they can do for their nation".

'My life changed in 2008 because a young candidate was sacked up and ready to go, and he told me: "Yes we can"'.

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