How old is Jack Wright from TikTok? Star's age, girlfriend and more

Bruno Cooke October 5, 2020
How old is Jack Wright from TikTok? Star's age, girlfriend and more

How old is Jack Wright? TikTok star Jack Wright (twin brother of James Wright) first began posting on Instagram via the handle @jack.wright21 in summer 2016. Now, the dancer and entertainer has 5.1 million TikTok followers, making him #34 TikTok star in the world. Find out about Jack Wright’s age, girlfriend and more.

How old is TikTok star Jack Wright?

Born on 29 March 2003, Jack Wright is 18 years old, making him one of the youngest members of Los Angeles-based social media group The Hype House. His brother and comedy collaborator James is, of course, the same age.

2020 was a huge year for Jack Wright’s social media popularity. The Hype House, which was founded by fellow TikToker Chase Hudson and YouTube star Thomas Petrou, proved fertile ground for burgeoning social media celebrities. 

How long has he been on TikTok?

Wright’s fanbase has grown exponentially during the past 12 months. Frequent collaborations with other Hype House stars and starlets has seen his fan base surpass five million followers.

A dance video he posted with Charli D’Amelio for her birthday garnered more than three million views. His first post, captioned “I hate high school”, came out on 6 May 2019. Since then, most of his videos have received more than one million views, with many reaching triple that number. 

Does Jack Wright have a girlfriend?

Despite rumours linking Jack and influencer Lauren Kettering, the two are just close friends.

The Californian dancer and comedian went to Great Oak High School – the same school as singer Xenia Martinez and Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf. 

Alongside social media successes, Jack and his brother James excelled in high-school sports. Jack was a competitive pole vaulter, while James threw a discus with great aplomb.

No-one is prouder of them than their parents, as evidenced by Instagram posts by their father.

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Bruno Cooke has been a freelance journalist since 2019, primarily with GRV Media. He was an early contributor to The Focus, and has written for HITC, Groundviews and the Sheffield University newspaper – he earned his MA in Global Journalism there in 2021. He’s the Spoken Word Poetry Editor for The Friday Poem, and self-published his debut novel Reveries in 2019, which his mum called both a “fine read” and “excellent Christmas present”. Bruno has lived in China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines and likes, among other things: bicycle touring, black and white Japanese films, pub quizzes, fermentation and baklava. In 2023, Bruno will set off with his partner on a round-the-world cycle.