Jack Porter is everything Emily Thorne wishes she could have – and if it wasn’t for her “Revenge-enda”, she would.
Jack is a decent man with a kind heart who wants to, plain and simple. do good in this world. Jack runs the Stowaway, a Montauk bar that serves cold beer and warm smiles. Though not exactly financially stable, Jack is just trying to earn a living while hoping to one day be able to sail off to Haiti to help those suffering, or perhaps take up some other noble cause. Of course, those plans have been put on the backburner ever since last summer, when Jack’s father passed and he inherited both the Stowaway as well as becoming the guardian to his fiery brother Declan. Things only got more complicated for Jack when a young lady named Emily Thorne comes into town.
Jack felt an incredible connection with her… but wasn’t sure why. If only Jack knew that Emily was really Amanda Clarke, his best friend growing up. The two spent several summers on the beach as children – laughing, playing and bonding. That friendship, like Emily’s father, was taken from her the night of David Clarke’s arrest. Jack always wondered what happened to Amanda, even taking her dog Sammy in, and naming his boat after her.
Things got even crazier for Jack last summer when “Amanda Clarke” – the woman who switched identities with the real Amanda Clarke years ago – came into town, even as he (and his dog Sammy) took a liking to Emily Thorne. Jack soon found himself in a whirlwind romance with the person he thinks is Amanda… but wasn’t exactly prepared to handle her erratic nature.
Sharing a kiss with Emily after Sammy passed, Jack and Emily seemed prepared to go forward with a possible relationship; Amanda had left town, Emily ended things with Daniel, and, most importantly, got her hands on information to destroy the Graysons and end her revenging. But it seemed the stars once again weren’t aligned for these two: Amanda returned to the Hamptons, pregnant with Jack’s baby!
Now he must figure out how to deal with becoming a father, with putting his feelings for Emily at bay, and continuing to be the decent man helping his brother, his father’s bar, and maybe, one day, the world.
Nick Wechsler was in the lead ensemble of the feature film Fling, directed by John Stewart Muller.His numerous television credits include regular and recurring roles in such series as Roswell, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Without a Trace and Vanished, as well as guest starring roles in Chase, Past Life, The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Crossing Jordan, Cold Case, Tru Calling and Malcolm in the Middle. He has also appeared in the made-for-television movies Chicks, Man, Perfect Game and Full Circle.
His work on stage includes roles in productions of Rebel Without a Cause, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Waiting for Godot, Hansel and Gretel, Pippin, Asleep on the Wind, Harvey, You Can’t Take it with You and The Actor’s Nightmare.
One of eight brothers, Wechsler grew in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting shortly after graduating from high school.
HOMETOWN Albuquerque, NM
BIRTHDATE September 3