Thad Luckinbill

 

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Thaddeus Rowe "Thad" Luckinbill is an American actor best known for playing J. T. Hellstrom on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless for eleven years. Luckinbill's wife and co-star, Amelia Heinle, announced on September 24, 2010 that Luckinbill would not be renewing his contract because he wanted to pursue other acting roles

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Thad Luckinbill

Born 1975-04-24 (45 years ago) in Enid, Oklahoma, USA.
Height 185 centimeters.

Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Amelia Heinle(Gifta: 2007-03-03–) 2007-03-03 Gifta
Children

Georgia March Luckinbill, Thaddeus Rowe Luckinbill, Jr., August Manning Weatherly

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Thaddeus Rowe "Thad" Luckinbill is an American actor best known for playing J.T. Hellstrom on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless for eleven years. Luckinbill's wife and co-star, Amelia Heinle, announced on September 24, 2010 that Luckinbill would not be renewing his contract because he wanted to pursue other acting roles.

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