Even at his young age, Jack has plenty of experience in all media, including film, television, national and regional commercials, radio and cartoon voiceover.
Jack's film debut was Donnie Darko. Later in 2004, he played a young Matt Flamhaff in the alternate opening and ending on the 13 Going on 30 DVD. Then, in 2008 he was an extra in Drillbit Taylor.
After Jack played a character named Mark Del Figgalo in an episode of Nickelodeon's Zoey 101, the producers liked him so much that they decided to make Mark a recurring character.
Jack loves animals.
Jack enjoys swimming, snorkeling, playing tennis, playing basketball, and playing golf.
Jack can play the keyboard, the guitar, and the drums.
Jack can do British and Southern accents.
Jack has a dog - a seven-year-old Queensland Heeler named Juliet.
Jack's sister, Hilary Salvatore, is an accomplished actress who appeared in American Pie and Bring It On.
In addition to acting, Jack is also a cartoonist, writer, and producer-director of several short films.
Jack's favorite destinations are Tahiti, Maui, Kauai, London, Paris and New Orleans.
Jack plays the drums in a band called Brewmeister.
Jack's first TV commercial was for McDonalds.
Jack attended a Catholic elementary school.
Jack has been acting since the age of five.
Jack has one sister, actress Hilary Salvatore Angelo. His father, Jack, Sr. is a Radio News Anchorman for KNX Radio in Los Angeles. Jack's mom, Beryl is a Registered Nurse and former professional actress and model.
Jack graduated with highest honors from Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, California in May 2007. He has been accepted to numerous prestigious universities throughout the country, including the University of Southern California, School of Cinematic Arts, where he will pursue a BFA in Writing for the Screen and Television.