Jesse Rutherford (singer)
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Jesse Rutherford (top right) with the other members of the Neighbourhood
Jesse James Rutherford|
August 21, 1991
Newbury Park, California
|Associated acts||The Neighbourhood|
Jesse James Rutherford (born August 21, 1991) is an American singer and actor, known as the lead singer of the band, the Neighbourhood.
After acting in commercials as a child, Rutherford landed a role in the 2002 film Life or Something Like It, followed by a role in the 2002 film Bundy and in a small television role in the 2002 Star Trek: Enterprise episode Marauders.
In 2011, Rutherford released a mixtape named "Truth Hurts, Truth Heals." His music career with the Neighbourhood began in 2012 with their first song "Female Robbery" which was followed by "Sweater Weather", the latter which reached number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in June 2013.
In early 2016, Rutherford released his book &. It features pictures of himself, shot by Jessie English. Rutherford stated that he used clothes from his own closet, and shot until he ran out of clothes.
In January 2016, Rutherford branched out and began releasing songs on Soundcloud under the name "the Factoury." On November 10, 2017, Rutherford released his debut solo studio album, &, containing 11 tracks with no features. It was previously announced on November 3rd, through an article from Pidgeons & Planes.
- Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, as "5th Grade Boy" (uncredited) (2003)
- Star Trek: Enterprise, episode Marauders as "Q'Ell" (2002)
- Bundy, as "I'm Ted Kid" (2002)
- Life or Something Like It, as "Tommy" (2002)
- Truth Hurts, Truth Heals (2011)
- & (2017)
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