Jacob Lofland Biography
Jacob Lofland was born in Briggsville, Arkansas, the United States as Jacob Seth Lofland. He is an American actor best known for his role as Neckbone in the film Mud and for his role as Aris in Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.
Jacob Lofland Age
Jacob Seth Lofland was born on July 30, 1996, in Briggsville, Arkansas, U.S. He is 22 years old.
Jacob Lofland Family
Lofland was born in Briggsville, Arkansas, to Billy and Debra Lofland. His nationality is American and belongs to Mixed (English, Scottish, and German) ethnicity.
Jacob Lofland Height
Seth Lofland is an American actor, he stands at 1.8m tall.
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Jacob Lofland Career
Lofland started his film career portraying Neckbone in Jeff Nichols’ Mud, with Matthew McConaughey and Tye Sheridan. Lofland took his first plane ride to Austin to audition for Jeff Nichols and producer Sarah Green. He was offered the role and within a month found himself on location with a full movie crew. In 2013, he joined the cast of Little Accidents, presented at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In 2014, he joined the cast of the new season of Justified, and in 2015, he co-starred in the film Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. When Lofland is not acting he enjoys fishing, boating, hunting, and riding dirt bikes, which he began at the age of six.
Jacob Lofland Net Worth
His Net Worth is not yet revealed.
Jacob Lofland Actor
Seth Lofland is an American actor, famous for his roles in numerous films and series.
Jacob Lofland Maze Runner
Maze Runner is a 2015 American dystopian science fiction film where Jacob Lofland played the role of Aris.
Jacob Lofland Mud
Lofland starred in the Mud a 2012 American coming-of-age drama film where he played the role of Neckbone.
Jacob Lofland The Son
The Son is an American western drama television series, where Jacob Lofland starred in playing the role of young Eli McCullough
Jacob Lofland Free State Of Jones
Jacob Lofland featured in the Free State of Jones a 2016 American historical period war film where he played the role of Daniel.
Jacob Lofland Movies And Tv Shows
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Free State of Jones
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
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Jacob Lofland Interview
EMMA BROWN: Were you in any school plays beforeMud?
JACOB LOFLAND: I’d done Christmas plays. The school I went too, we had seven kids in the whole class—we’re still best friends—so if you didn’t do the play, there wasn’t going to be a play. We were all always in the plays, even though we hated it.
BROWN: I know you still live in Arkansas, do you plan to stay there?
JL: I want to as long as I can. I enjoy small towns, I’ve got my friends there. I have friends in L.A. too, but I’m not much on traffic. I love driving, but I like driving on a two-lane road where you can drive for hours and not see anybody.
BROWN: When you first signed with your agents, was there a specific kind of project you were looking for or did you just want more experience acting?
JL: I’m going, to be honest with you, I still don’t know what I want to do. It just keeps happening. I get these scripts, and sometimes they just pop. Somehow I audition and get the part. Until these people start going, “Hey, we don’t want you in our movie anymore,” I’m going to keep doing it.
BROWN: What was your first unchaperoned project?
JL: Texas Rising. It was the best thing an 18-year-old could ask for: You’re by yourself in Mexico, where you can do anything you want, running around with a bunch of other actors. It was definitely an experience; I don’t know if it was a good or a bad one.
BROWN: It looks like your death in the Free State of Jones a pivotal moment.
JL: Dylan O’Brien is always asking me what I’ve got coming out, and I usually spoil it for him and tell him whether or not I die. I wasn’t going to tell him. We were sitting on his couch watching TV, and I was like, “Well, when I …” and I stopped myself. I was hoping he didn’t hear it, but he did. He was so mad. Then two months later, the trailer comes out, and he goes, “I’m so sorry I got mad.” That’s the best death scene I’ve ever had.
BROWN: How many death scenes have you had?
JL: I think I’ve died three times. I’m getting good at it. The hardest thing for me is crying. Where I’m from, it’s been instilled in me since I was little that men don’t cry. Thank God for teardrops and menthol.
Earlier, Briggsville Jacob told a wardrobe stylist that his hometown has no cell service. The stylist seemed shocked at first and then impressed. “There’s actually a big tree in my town we call the cellphone tree because it’s the last place there’s a reception before you head into town,” he explained. “You can see people gathered around there talking and checking their phones. Once you go past that, you’re gone. Off the grid.”
Briggsville Jacob doesn’t like using his smartphone, but Hollywood Jacob thinks it’s a good idea. “It’s kind of a weird thing for me,” he explains. “I use it for work when I have to, to connect with people, but other than that I’d rather people didn’t know what I was doing. I’d rather keep my business to me and theirs to them.”
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