JFK's Grandson Took a Break from Harvard Law to Make His TV Debut
Well, let me refresh your memory: he’s 25, gorgeous (ahem, he’s a Kennedy), and, as of Friday, he’s a TV star. OK, “star” may be a bit of a stretch, but JFK’s only grandson recently made his acting debut in the season 8 finale of “the best show in the entire world,” CBS’s Blue Bloods.
Schlossberg, currently a student at Harvard Law, made an appearance as Officer Jack Hammer (subtle) in the episode, sharing behind-the-scenes photos from his experience on social media.
“I don’t make the rules, I just pretend to enforce them—Cash me tonight on season 8 finale of Blue Bloods my dream come true!! Best show in the entire world,” he captioned his photos, which included a shot of Jack posing alongside actors Vanessa Ray, Will Estes, executive producer Kevin Wade, and his proud mom, Caroline Kennedy.
Missed the episode? Don’t worry, Jack’s got you covered:
Not a lot to go off of, sure, but we’re excited to see where Schlossberg’s acting bug takes him. Perhaps he’d consider playing a member of his legendary family? After all, we’re long overdue for a John F. Kennedy Jr. biopic … Think about it, Jack.