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Welcome to James Lafferty Online, your one and only online source for all things James Lafferty. You might know James from his role of playing Nathan Scott on One Tree Hill, one of his other roles in movies like S. Darko. This site has been online for 9 years now to deliver your daily dose James with latest news, photos and more. If you have questions, feel free to ask them. Thank you for visiting and hope to see you soon!
May 18, 2013
Posted by: Can

Crisis (formerly known as Untitled Rand Ravich), one of NBC’s five new drama series for next season, features an impressive cast which includes Dermot Mulroney, Gillian Anderson and James Lafferty. The series hails from Ravich & 20th Century Fox Television and follows a US Secret Service agent who finds himself embroiled in an international crisis on his first day on the job. He will need to cross moral and legal lines as he navigates the highest levels of power and corruption on his search for the truth. Want to know more about Crisis? TVWise presents a first look at the new series.

It’s field trip day for the students of Ballard High School, a place that educates the children of Washington, D.C.’s elite, top-of-their-industry CEOs, international diplomats, political power players and even the president’s son. But when their bus is ambushed on a secluded rural road, the teenagers and their chaperones are taken, igniting a national crisis. Now with some of the country’s most powerful parents at the mercy of one vengeful mastermind, the question arises: How far would you go and what would you become to ensure your child’s safe return? With so many parents and dignitaries put into play with nowhere to turn and no one to trust, this unthinkable scenario grows from the select families at risk to an entire nation at stake. From writer/producer Rand Ravich and starring Dermot Mulroney (The Grey), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Lance Gross (Tyler Perry’s House of Pain) and Rachael Taylor (Transformers), Crisis is an emotionally charged action thriller.

NBC’s Trailer For Crisis Follows Below:

Source: Patrick Munn @ TVWise

May 17, 2013
Posted by: Can

James Lafferty talks about the new NBC show ‘Crisis’ that was recently picked up by the network, and the Olevolos project at the second annual Olevolos project fundraiser on May 11th.

Gallery links:
Public Appearances > 2013 > The Second Annual Olevolos Project Fundraiser (May 11, 2013)

May 15, 2013
Posted by: Can

James attended the second annual Olevolos project fundraiser together with his ex One Tree Hill colleague Bryan Greenberg.

Gallery links:
Public Appearances > 2013 > The Second Annual Olevolos Project Fundraiser (May 11, 2013)

May 14, 2013
Posted by: Can

Lance Gross is officially coming to a small screen near you.

NBC recently announced that the network has picked up the presidential thriller Crisis which packs the House of Payne, Michael Beach, Rachael Taylor and James Lafferty in one cast. Gross plays Marcus Finley, a Secret Service agent who’s thrown for a whirlwind his first day on the job after the Prez’s son is kidnapped.

According to NBC:

It’s field trip day for the students of Ballard High School, a place that educates the children of Washington, D.C.’s elite, top-of-their-industry CEOs, international diplomats, political power players and even the president’s son. But when their bus is ambushed on a secluded rural road, the teenagers and their chaperones are taken, igniting a national crisis. Now with some of the country’s most powerful parents at the mercy of one vengeful mastermind, the question arises: How far would you go and what would you become to ensure your child’s safe return? With so many parents and dignitaries put into play with nowhere to turn and no one to trust, this unthinkable scenario grows from the select families at risk to an entire nation at stake.

The show is written/ executive produced by Rand Ravich with a tentative time slot of Sundays at 10pm. No word on premiere date as of yet.

Source: Vibe

May 13, 2013
Posted by: Can

NBC has officially picked up the new drama series ‘Crisis’, which will see One Tree Hill alum James Lafferty return to the television for the first time since One Tree Hill wrapped last year.

The official synopsis for Crisis is, “When Washington’s most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring everyone from CEOs to The President of the United States to their knees by threatening the things they hold most dear.”

The pilot of the show was shot in Los Angeles, but the rest of the show is said to be filming in Chicago. The show will start airing as a mid-season replacement for NBC on Sunday nights, after football season and the Olympics wrap up.

The leads of the show are Dermot Mulroney and Gillian Anderson, but Lafferty will be playing a supporting character named Mr. Nash. In addition to ‘Crisis’, he also has a film called ‘Lost In Purpose’ hoping to find distribution this year, and he also has three movies in pre-production for next year. ‘Crisis’ stars Mulroney, Anderson, and Lafferty in addition to Rachael Taylor, Halston Sage, Lance Gross, Max Martini, Stevie Lynn Jones, Joshua Erenberg, and Max Schneider.

Source: Fans Share

May 11, 2013
Posted by: Can

“Crisis” is coming to NBC.

The conspiracy drama from Rand Ravich stars “X-Files” veteran Gillian Anderson as the CEO of a conglomerate whose daughter is abducted along with her classmates. Rachael Taylor, who recently appeared in “666 Park Avenue” on ABC, plays Anderson’s estranged sister, an FBI agent. NBC’s “Crisis” also stars Dermot Mulroney, James Lafferty, Max Martini, Stevie Lynn Jones and Halston Sage.

Here’s the logline for NBC’s “Crisis” via The Hollywood Reporter:
“When Washington’s most powerful players are pulled into an international conspiracy, an unlikely puppeteer will bring everyone from CEOs to The President of the United States to their knees by threatening the things they hold most dear.”

In addition to “Crisis,” NBC also ordered Jason Katims’s adaptation of “About A Boy,” J.J. Abrams’s “Believe,” “Family Guide” starring Parker Posey and the Sean Hayes/Victor Fresco comedy.

Source: The Huffington Post

April 30, 2013
Posted by: Can

I can’t believe it’s been so many years already! Today we are up and running for 8 years!

8 years ago I started this fansite about James as just a young teenager, and although I’m very busy studying and working, I still try to keep this site alive as no other James Lafferty fansite ever did this long.

Keep visiting us as there are some changes on its way! If you have any donations or any other stuff that we don’t have yet, please e-mail them to jameslaffertyonline[at]gmail.com. Your help is highly appreciated.

– Can