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American actor

Born: December 9, 1978 (age 42 years), Carmel Valley, California, United States

Height: 1.77 m

Parents: Jeff Metcalfe, Nancy DeMaio

Education: Tisch School Of The Arts, New York University, Williams School

KNOWN FOR His Portrayal of John Rowland on Desperate Housewives


FULL NAME: Jesse Eden Metcalfe

PROFESSION: Actor and Musician


AGE: 42 years old (in 2021)

DATE OF BIRTH: December 9, 1978

BIRTHPLACE: Carmel Valley, California, United States

ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius

HEIGHT: 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m)

WEIGHT: 82 kg (181 lbs)

CHEST: 42 inches

WAIST: 31 inches

BODYTYPE: Athletic

BICEPS: 14 inches




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Jesse Metcalfe 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki

In March 2006, Metcalfe began a relationship with singer Nadine Coyle of British girl group Girls Aloud, after meeting in Sydney, Australia.

In April 2008 they broke up.

Metcalfe met Cara Santana in 2009.

They got engaged in August 2016.

The couple ended their engagement and broke up in January 2020.

In March 2007, Metcalfe entered a rehabilitation facility to seek treatment for alcoholism.

In November 2008, he hosted the World Music Awards in Monaco.

While at the after party for the ceremony, Metcalfe fell off a second-story balcony and tumbled thirty feet to the ground.

He fractured his fibula but avoided more serious injury.

Is of French, Italian and Portuguese descent

Worked as a print model while attending college

Acted for five years in the role of Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald on the NBC daytime drama Passions before landing his breakthrough role on Desperate Housewives

Featured in the video “Let Me Go” for band 3 Doors Down along with actress Jodi Lyn O’Keefe

Has appeared in multiple episodes of the MTV series Punk’d as both a victim and a prankster (“punking” his Housewives costar Eva Longoria)

Participates in the Hollywood Knights, a group of television, movie and music professionals who play in charity basketball games to raise money for high schools

SAG Award-winning actor Jesse Metcalfe has starred in Hallmark’s “A Country Wedding”, zombie thriller “Dead Rising: Watchtower”, and in the “Dallas” remake on TNT as Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby and Pam Ewing.

He was previously seen in Jerry Bruckheimer’s TV series “Chase” on NBC.

He is best known for his role as ‘John Rowland’, the gardener, in “Desperate Housewives” ABC’s pop culture phenomenon.

His move to the big screen occurred in 2006 when Jesse starred as the lead and title character in John Tucker Must Die.

Jesse was last seen starring opposite Michael Douglas in Beyond A Reasonable Doubt as well as the romantic comedy The Other End of The Line and The Tortured opposite Erika Christensen.

Born in Monterey, California and raised in Waterford, Connecticut, Metcalfe was always a fan of the arts.

After studying at NYU and the famed Tisch School of the Arts, he modeled in both the U.S. and in Europe, a stint that ended when he joined NBC’s hit daytime drama “Passions”.

For four years he honed his craft while mesmerizing the daytime audience, breaking more than a few hearts with his 2004 departure from the show.

Outside of work Metcalfe is a huge sports fan with strong loyalty to the NBA teams Lakers and Knicks, MLB team Yankees and NFL teams Patriots and Cowboys.

He also works out religiously and is himself a regular on the basketball court.

A music lover, Metcalfe is an accomplished guitarist. He’s also into classic cars, motorbikes and is an avid poker game.

Metcalfe has received the 2005 Young Hollywood Award for ‘Exciting New Face’ and has been nominated for two Teen Choice Awards including one for Choice Actor in a television comedy.