Jimmy has been working as an actor since 1975 when he was first in the Ryan's Hope as Ben Shelby.
Jimmy worked on an Off Off Broadway play called Liars.
During 1987 when Jimmy was auditioning for different shows, he was working for Keebler Cookies, in the warehouse loading trucks, where he worked mostly the graveyard shift.
In 1987, Jimmy auditioned for a part on All My Children but didn't get the part because he wasn't old enough.
Jimmy grew up in New York and New Jersey.
Jimmy's likes include ice hockey, and the martial arts.
Jimmy has blue eyes.
Jimmy has blonde hair.
In his 2004 movie Little Black Book, Jimmy played a hockey player and was uncredited.
In 1996, Jimmy filmed Damien's Seed.
Jimmy filmed Little Black Boot in 2004.
As of 2006, Jimmy has finished shooting his latest movie Don't Tell.
He is married and currently living in Los Angeles.
Jimmy was nominated for a Daytime Emmy as 'Outstanding Male Newcomer' after one season on Ryan's Hope.
He began his acting career in 1986 on an episode of Tales from the Darkside.
Jimmy: (on what he thought about doing after leaving 'As the World Turns') Well, after I left "As the World Turns" back in 1992, I seriously contemplated becoming a police officer in, uh, the town where I grew up.
Jimmy: (on if he lets stardom go to his head) [smiling] My wife will kick me in the head if I do.
Jimmy: (on becoming a Hollywood hearttrob) I just hope I can still play with my kids and take them to Disneyland. You know, Chuck can't do that.
Jimmy: (on being in 'Sons of Thunder') Like two kids getting paid the money that we were for getting to play cops and robbers, ya know. It's a dream come true.
Jimmy: (on the tough scenes for 'Sons of Thunder') [smiling] I broke, uh, my big toe twice so far, I almost lost my teeth [brings both hands up to his mouth] and scraped up my arms [rubbing right forearm with left hand] in Utah in a bike, uh, accident, uh, hurt my tailbone [reaching behind with left hand to touch "tailbone"] a couple of times.
Jimmy: (on who Chuck Norris had him working with) He's got me working with the best of the best.