Thad Luckinbill

Biography: Thad Luckinbill, born April 24, 1975 in Enid, Oklahoma, is an American actor.

Luckinbill is currently on the cast of the soap opera The Young and the Restless as J.T. Hellstrom since November 1999.

Luckinbill attended the University of Oklahoma as a business finance major.

His mother is a singer and taught him to love music. During his childhood, Luckinbill learned to play guitar. He has a twin brother, Trent, who lives and works in Washington, DC.

Luckinbill guest-starred on several primetime television shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Providence, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Nash Bridges, and 8 Simple Rules.

Luckinbill also starred in the MTV documentary, True Life and appeared in Madonna's Don't Tell Me video as the cowboy who was thrown from his horse at the end of the song.

He has appeared in the feature films Just Married and Sleepover.

Luckinbill enjoys playing basketball, surfing, boxing and going to the gym.

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 35 Feb 27, 2009 J.T. Hellstrom tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 34 Mar 27, 2006 J.T. Hellstrom tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 33 Mar 28, 2005 J.T. Hellstrom / J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 32 Mar 26, 2004 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 31 Mar 26, 2003 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 30 Mar 26, 2002 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 29 Mar 26, 2001 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 28 Mar 27, 2000 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 27 Feb 3, 2000 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 26 Mar 26, 1998 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd
tbd The Young and the Restless: Season 25 Dec 31, 1997 J.T. Hellstrom (1999-) tbd