TV Shows - Jacob Pitts
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on June 22, 2024. Jacob Pitts has appeared in 11 television series with data.
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    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
    as A.D.A. Chris Hodges 1 episode • #102 most popular show
    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is a crime television series that follows a dedicated team of detectives in the Special Victims Unit of the New York City Police Department. Each episode focuses on a different criminal case involving sexually based offenses, including rape, child molestation, and domestic violence. The show combines elements of police procedural and legal drama, as the detectives investigate crimes and work closely with Assistant District Attorneys to bring the perpetrators to justice. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has gained a reputation for tackling sensitive and controversial topics with a realistic approach.
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    Sex and the City
    as Sam Jones 1 episode • #109 most popular show
    Sex and the City is an American television romantic-comedy series created by Darren Star. It follows the lives of four best friends, Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha, as they navigate through the ups and downs of dating, relationships, and career in New York City. The show explores themes of female friendship, feminism, and sexuality with a blend of humor and candor. Sex and the City originally aired from 1998 to 2004 and has since become a cultural phenomenon, influencing fashion trends, pop culture, and the portrayal of women on television.
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    The Blacklist
    as Quentin Dodd 1 episode • #150 most popular show
    The Blacklist is an American crime thriller television series that premiered on NBC. The show follows Raymond "Red" Reddington, a former government agent turned high-profile criminal who voluntarily surrenders to the FBI. He offers to help track down and apprehend some of the most dangerous criminals in the world, but only if he is allowed to work with a rookie profiler. The Blacklist has received critical acclaim for its suspenseful storytelling, compelling characters, and the performances of its cast.
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    Law & Order
    as John Telford 1 episode • #232 most popular show
    Law & Order is a critically acclaimed crime drama television series that follows the lives of dedicated police officers and prosecutors as they navigate the complex world of criminal justice in New York City. The show is known for its gripping storytelling, intricate plotlines, and realistic portrayal of the legal system. With a combination of police investigations and courtroom drama, Law & Order has captivated audiences for over two decades.
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    Person of Interest
    as Henry L. Peck 2 episodes • #347 most popular show
    Person of Interest is a science-fiction crime drama series created by Jonathan Nolan. Starring Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson, the show centers on a super machine with predictive abilities to foresee local crimes. The team of an ex-CIA operative and a billionaire inventor use this technology to prevent these incidents.
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    as Tim Gutterson 78 episodes • #354 most popular show
    Justified is a crime drama television series set in the rural areas of Kentucky. The show revolves around Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, a no-nonsense law enforcement officer known for his cowboy hats and boots. He is reassigned to his hometown after a controversial shooting, where he finds himself dealing with old friends, foes, and family ties. Justified blends elements of action, suspense, and dark humor to create a captivating narrative that explores the complexities of justice and morality in the modern American South.
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    The Pacific
    as PFC Bill 'Hoosier' Smith 10 episodes • #369 most popular show
    The Pacific is a riveting historical drama that chronicles the harrowing experiences of three American Marines - Robert Leckie, John Basilone, and Eugene Sledge - during World War II's Pacific Theater. Through a meticulously crafted narrative, the series captures the complex and interconnected lives of these brave individuals as they navigate the brutal realities of war. With breathtaking cinematography and compelling storytelling, The Pacific stands as a worthy companion to the acclaimed miniseries Band of Brothers, offering a gripping insight into the sacrifices, camaraderie, and indomitable spirit of those who fought in the Pacific Theater.
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    as Paul Ladesma 1 episode • #680 most popular show
    Elementary is an American television show that reimagines the iconic character Sherlock Holmes in a modern-day setting of New York City. This Emmy-nominated series follows Sherlock Holmes as he collaborates with the NYPD to solve complex cases. Recovering from addiction, Sherlock is paired with Dr. Joan Watson, his sober companion who becomes an invaluable partner in his investigative ventures.
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    as Roland Terrell 1 episode • #826 most popular show
    Bull is a legal drama series that follows the brilliant and charming Dr. Jason Bull, a renowned trial consultant. As the head of Trial Analysis Corporation, Bull uses his skills and expertise to help analyze and predict the outcome of high-stakes trials. With a team of experts, including a former NYPD detective, a neurolinguistics expert, a hacker, and a stylist, Bull combines psychology, human intuition, and cutting-edge technology to shape the opinions of the jury. Full of suspense and intrigue, Bull offers an insightful and compelling look into the inner workings of the legal system.
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    as AJ 2 episodes • #1,048 most popular show
    Homecoming is a thrilling drama series that follows the mysterious story of a caseworker at a secret government facility, who is tasked with helping soldiers transition back into civilian life. As she navigates through her work, unsettling truths begin to emerge, raising questions about the true purpose of the facility and her own involvement. With its fast-paced plot and gripping storytelling, Homecoming keeps viewers on the edge of their seats as they delve deeper into the complex web of intrigue and deception.
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    Sneaky Pete
    as Lance Lord 15 episodes • #1,380 most popular show
    Sneaky Pete is a gripping crime drama television series that follows the life of Marius Josipovic, a conman who assumes the identity of his cellmate, Pete Murphy, after being released from prison. As Marius embarks on a dangerous game of deception, he finds himself entangled in a web of lies, family secrets, and criminal activities. With each episode filled with twists and turns, Sneaky Pete keeps viewers on the edge of their seats, exploring themes of trust, morality, and the consequences of one's actions.
Movies - Jacob Pitts
Sorted by online popularity. Jacob Pitts has appeared in 5 movies with data.
  • EuroTrip Poster
    as Cooper Harris • #1,141 most popular movie
    EuroTrip is a 2004 American sex comedy film about a teenager named Scott who, upon discovering that his online pen pal Mieke is a woman, travels around Europe with his friends in search of her.
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    as Fisher • #1,739 most popular movie
    21 is a 2008 American heist drama film directed by Robert Luketic and inspired by the MIT Blackjack Team's story as told in Ben Mezrich's book Bringing Down the House. The plot follows Ben Campbell, a brilliant M.I.T. student, as he joins a group of students trained in card counting and takes on Las Vegas casinos to secure funds for medical school.
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    K-19: The Widowmaker
    as Grigori • #2,650 most popular movie
    K-19: The Widowmaker is a 2002 historical submarine film directed and produced by Kathryn Bigelow. The story revolves around the Soviet Hotel-class submarine K-19, which experiences a critical malfunction during its inaugural mission, leading the crew to confront a potential nuclear catastrophe.
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    Across the Universe
    as Rap Magazine Employee • #3,170 most popular movie
    Across the Universe is a 2007 jukebox musical romantic drama film directed by Julie Taymor, featuring songs by the Beatles. The story follows Jude, a young dockworker from Liverpool who travels to the United States in search of his father and becomes embroiled in the social and political upheaval of the era. He falls in love with Lucy, and their relationship unfolds against the backdrop of the anti-war movement and the escalating conflict in Vietnam.
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    Quid Pro Quo
    as Hugh • #7,558 most popular movie
    Quid Pro Quo is a 2008 American drama film directed by Carlos Brooks, starring Nick Stahl and Vera Farmiga. The story follows a semi-paralyzed radio reporter who delves into an unusual subculture, leading to a disconcerting personal revelation.
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Jacob Pitts Biography
Jacob Rives Pitts is an American actor known for his work in television, film, and stage. Born on November 20, 1979, in Weston, Connecticut, Pitts has made a name for himself through his notable performances in various projects. He gained recognition for his role as Cooper Harris in the film EuroTrip (2004), as Bill 'Hoosier' Smith in the HBO miniseries The Pacific (2010), and as U.S. Marshal Tim Gutterson on the FX television drama Justified (2010–15). Additionally, Pitts has appeared in TV shows such as Law & Order, Ed, Sex and the City, and had a recurring role in the first season of The Sinner. He also starred as Lance Lord in the crime drama series Sneaky Pete. Alongside his television and film work, Pitts has showcased his talent on the stage, including a performance in the play Where Do We Live at the Vineyard Theatre in May 2004. With a passion for acting since high school, Pitts started his career with his TV debut in 1999 and continues to impress audiences with his versatile performances.

On June 22, 2024, Jacob Pitts had 506 Wikipedia visits, making him the #8,601 most popular actor online.