Nathan Parsons was born in Adelaide, South Australia but raised in Colorado and Texas. He moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California after being accepted into their Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting program. He is also a member of Boom Kat Dance Theatre, a non-profit dance company based in Santa Monica, California. Currently in their third year, Boom Kat has been made a resident company of the Miles Memorial Playhouse in Santa Monica following the success of their third production Neverwonderland.
As a child actor he did voice-over work dubbing Japanese anime for ADV Films, including the lead role of Jean Roque-Raltique in Nadia: The Secret of Blue Waterand parts in Soul Hunter, Devil Lady and Jing: King of Bandits. Parsons has previously appeared in the films Teeth and The Brotherhood V: Alumni.
Parsons originally auditioned for a different role on General Hospital and was not cast, but the series subsequently created a new character for him. He made his first appearance as con artist Ethan Lovett on 30 January 2009. Parsons was initially hired on a recurring basis but was soon put on contract with the series Parsons's debut storyline hinted at the secret parentage of his character Ethan. In December 2011, Parsons announced that he had decided not to renew his contract with General Hospital. On April, 2013, Parsons reprised the role of Ethan as part of the series' 50th anniversary. He returned once more in 2015 to facilitate with the exit of Anthony Geary.
After completing a stint on Bunheads, Nathan began to recur as Jackson Kenner on The Originals. During this time, Parsons also acquired the role of James Kent during the final season of True Blood. In March 2018, Parsons joined the cast of the CW's Roswell reboot.
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