Jack Osbourne first caught America's attention on the hit reality show The Osbournes (MTV, 2002-2004). He’s continued his work on television as the star of Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie (ITV2, 2005-2010) as well as Haunted Highway (2012). More recently, his ambitions have led him towards the roles of producer and host, serving as co-anchor and West Coast correspondent for the daily live news show Fuse News (FUSE TV). In 2011, he produced a documentary about his father, God Bless Ozzy Osbourne (Showtime), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. That same year, he launched Schweet Entertainment and began producing original, unscripted content, such as the NatGeo Wild series Alpha Dogs (2012), as well as Surviving the Apocalypse (Pilot NatGeo 2014). In addition to these projects, Jack has produced non-airing pilots for Bravo, CBS, A&E, MTV, & Style. With the start of 2015, Jack has launched his new company, Osbourne Media, to continue his work as a producer, and he will also be releasing a military-inspired baby product line called Tier1Dad. Jack is currently producing additional film and television projects, including webisodes of You Don’t Know Jack About MS®, in partnership with Teva Neuroscience.
Jack was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), the most common form of MS, in 2012. The diagnosis came just three weeks before he and his wife, Lisa, had their daughter, Pearl. Since his diagnosis, Jack has worked as a passionate MS patient advocate, speaking out about the need for MS research and greater awareness. In 2013, Jack participated on the TV dancing competition Dancing with the Stars, earning a third place finish and demonstrating how he maintains an active and healthy lifestyle despite his diagnosis with RRMS. That same year, Jack was honored at Nancy Davis’ 20th Annual Race to Erase MS Gala for his courage in announcing his diagnosis, as well as for acting as a role model to others who are living with MS.