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Jack Rockefeller

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a character in “Beyond the Lights”, as played by Collapse

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"I don’t know. I don’t know about anything anymore. I try not to think at all."
-- Inga Ābele, High Tide




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Name:
John David Rockefeller

Nicknames:
Jack

Age:
22

Gender:
Male

Birth Date:
March 1st

Sign:
Pisces

Sexuality:
Heterosexual

Ethnicity:
German, French

Occupation:
Wealth Management Advisor at Rockefeller & Co

Place of Origin:
New York, NY




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Childhood/Family Life:
The Rockefeller name comes with a lot of privilege, and Jack was introduced to that fresh out of the womb. He's the youngest child of David Rockefeller, Jr. (73), and Diana Newell-Rockefeller (59), but is only younger than his only sister by two minutes, since they're twins. Besides the twins, David and Diana also conceived a son together, five years before they were born. Her parents were both career-oriented people but didn't allow their children to be raised by nannies, as many of their friends did. Both parents, but more so his mother, were heavily involved in his childhood and were the main people who taught him how to be a Rockefeller... because just being born into the family wasn't enough. Besides, being a Rockefeller didn't just mean being proper and wealthy. It meant being intelligent, being professional, and being trained since childhood to one day, take over the family's legacy and make an impact on the world like his father, uncles, grandfather and great grandfather and his brothers had done. That's where his father came into his life, mostly. Despite his busy professional life, David was the father that attended nearly every single one of Jack's baseball games, took him to work on the weekends, and began training him on the business by the time he was ten.

His need to grow and have potential was an idea that was always drilled into him, but from a young age, Jack felt, or recognized, that he was just the backup plan. If something went wrong with Charlie, he would be the one that his father would focus on, but that never happened. Charlie turned out to be wildly intelligent, personable to extent that he was a wonderful businessman, athletic, and every other trait under the sun that his father could have wanted. That's how Jack saw it, anyway. Charlie was the epitome of a perfect son, and he was just there to fill in the gaps. He wasn't important unless Charlie was away or didn't feel like doing something. He continues to feel like that today, as he works alongside his brother and father at Rockefeller & Co, but he felt like that throughout much of their childhood too. It was why after high school, he truly considered going to school to become an architect, or even to trade school to become a contractor. Of course, it took just one mere mention of this to his mother before the whole family caught wind and that idea was shut down. He went to Columbia University with Kate, and graduated, only to take on the role he was guaranteed by birth at one of his father's companies.




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Quirks//Habits//Oddities:
He doesn't drink coffee, and has actually never had a cup of it before. He hates missing breakfast, and will eat a breakfast-themed meal at three PM if he doesn't wake up until them. He sleeps in as late as he can on the weekends, sometimes until mid-late afternoon.

Good personality traits:
Intelligent, friendly, poised, determined

Bad personality traits:
Malleable, cautious, internalizes feelings, insecure

Personality:
Maybe it doesn't seem like it when being compared to his brother, but Jack is an intelligent guy. He has always done well in school, so getting into Columbia wouldn't have been difficult for him even if he wasn't a Rockefeller. More than just natural intelligence, he's trained and controlled, so he's good at dividing his time between work and play, and finding time to put his priorities first. He has always been a goal oriented person, but now he's in a rut, because he's reached a point where he can't deny that those goals aren't his any longer. When he was in high school, vying to get the best grades to prove to his father that he could make it into an Ivy on his own, that was his goal. When he was in college, staying in on Friday's to finish papers and tutor other kids, the goal was that he was going to get an internship offer that wasn't through Rockefeller Co, even if he didn't accept it. And then it was to graduate with honors. But now, here he is. In the real world, working at his dad's company, and on a path to be his brother's shadow for the rest of his life.

The unsure side of Jack's personality is definitely coming to light. He's always been the type of guy who was cautious and liked to weigh the pros and cons of things in his head before acting on them, but now, he feels trapped in his head with that even more. He's constantly fighting between his heart, which holds his true desires, and his head, which knows that it's harder to act on those and achieve real happiness than it is to just remain in this rut, where his family is happy. In maybe its only positive spin, it at least reflects how his nature is good. He loves his family and wants everyone else to be happy and satisfied. He relishes in recognition, but hates unwarranted attention. That made it a challenging decision to sign onto the show. Normally, it would have been an automatic no, because why would he want to be spotlighted, just to be compared to his brother in front of millions of viewers? His parents wanted him to do it though, and there was no way that he was going to start saying no to them now, especially over something that seems trivial compared to the internal conflict he's been dealing with for the past couple of years.

Despite being cautious and not the type of person who's about to go skydiving on a whim, Jack is someone who is personable. Maybe not to the extent of his brother, who seems to be able to bring a smile to anyone's face, but with friends, he has a personality that he thinks is decent, at least. He likes simple things: barbecues in the Hamptons, watching the Yankee's game from seats in his family's box, eating Luciana's cupcakes in the Bellucci's mansion in Italy. You know, the things that everyday people do too. Really, he isn't difficult to please and is someone who's surprisingly easy to talk to. He's more reserved than his sister, that's for sure, but don't confuse that with being boring. He's not. He's just... average.

Greatest joys in life:
In a way, maybe it's sad, but Jack has spent a majority of his life living to please his family, and most specifically, his father. He feels validated when his father recognizes his achievements and is proud of him and Jack has always set his goals and standards based on what his father wanted. Some of his greatest moments were spent at bars with his friends, and he loves a good, dark beer. His favorite time of the year is Christmas, of which he spends a few days with his family at their home in New York before flying off to Bali, or whatever the chosen location is for that year.

Greatest fears:
He's terrified of remaining in his brother's shadow for the rest of the life. Tying into that, he's also terrified of not following his true passions, or even giving himself a chance to figure out what he's passionate about. He knows it isn't wealth management, that's for sure. He cannot stand snakes, and will admit that he'll jump like a bomb went off if he even comes close to one. Likely a common fear, he's also scared of drowning. It just doesn't seem like a good way to go.

Life philosophy:
"Effort won't betray you."




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❤Baseball
❤New York
❤Autumn
❤Sports cars
❤Building things
❤Chipotle
❤Summer
❤ESPN
✘Reality television
✘Paparazzi
✘Being dragged into his sister's problems
✘Living in his brother's shadow
✘The Midwest
✘Gin and tequila
✘Sushi
✘The crowds in midtown




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David Rockefeller, Jr: Age 73

Diana Newell-Rockefeller: Age 59
He would describe his relationship with his mother as being normal. They've never had any real fights, and she finds her to be as comforting as she needs, but sometimes he feels like her love is conditional. If he strayed from the normal Rockefeller path, he knows she wouldn't support it, and he's sometimes sure that she'd tell her friends he died or was doing charity work overseas rather than explain that he was doing a normal person's job or living an average life.

Charles Rockefeller: Age 27

Kate Rockefeller: 22 years old
Kate is Jack's twin sister, so he feels like he knows her better than most people. With that being said, he knows the bad side of her, but he also knows the good too. She can be abrasive, offensive, and controlling, but she's also a generous, sweet and fun girl. She's his sister, so of course he's going to love her no matter what, but he doesn't always agree with how she acts and what she has to say. Especially considering that he does everything he can to be the best son and Rockefeller he can, it's hard to understand why Kate can be so... unpredictable sometimes.




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Build:
He's 6'0 tall, 176 lbs, and has an athletic frame.

Hair Colour:
Light brown

Eye Colour:
Blue

Distinguishing Marks:
None

Style:
Jack's style is usually a professional, put together look. He's not afraid to wear suits, and he enjoys looking good, so even if he's not at the office, he'll sometimes wear them to semi-formal or formal events. His sister does a good job at making sure his closet is stocked with nice, designer outfits, but aside from her influence, he isn't specific on who or what he's wearing when he's at home and just chilling with friends.

So begins...

Jack Rockefeller's Story

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Character Portrait: Luciana Bellucci Character Portrait: Jack Rockefeller Character Portrait: Serena Bellucci Character Portrait: Olivia Ekwensi-King Character Portrait: Kate Rockefeller Character Portrait: Charlie Rockefeller Character Portrait: Elliot King
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Thursday, May 25, 2015| 12: 30 pm| New York

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This just in! You have waited long enough
and now all of our morbid curiosities can finally
be sated. E! presents Beyond the Lights!






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If there was a way for Olivia to avoid the stupid cameras and the overall idea of being filmed for an entire summer, she would have done it. She had been close, earlier in the morning, to simply slipping out of New York on a last minute flight to Florida. Aaliyah wanted to spend time with her family, anyway. It would have made sense if one of the girls went with her. It wouldn't have been sooooo much of a big deal if one of the girls going with Aaliyah happened to be Liv. However, she had signed a contract last night, Elliot would not let her walk out of it, and the cameramen were already filing in the middle of her photo shoot for Teen Vogue. Rolling her eyes, Olivia had had to suck it up, tossed her brother a small glare, and then concentrated on getting through the rest of the photo shoot. She didn't have time to focus on how much she hated her parents at the moment. The cameraman for the shoot was rearranging the girls and she had to make herself very comfortable on the floor with Deanna.

Once the photo shoot was over, Liv had to hurry up and get dressed. She honestly didn't even care what she had on, even though - to be quite honest - not caring about what she wore didn't mean her outfit wasn't going to be Instagram-worthy. Luckily for her, despite its location, New York City summers were almost as sweltering as Atlanta's and her shorts were very much welcome in the nearly oppressive air that surrounded them the second the siblings managed to get past fans and the paparazzi. Everyone else would be heading over to the Rockefeller family's penthouse in Manhattan for a brunch with their parents. It would give the director time to film all of them moving in temporarily to the spacious apartment, let them do something normal like having a five-star gourmet breakfast, and then discuss the plans for the evening. Such as the dinner party in lieu of a prominent New York socialite's engagement to a European dignitary. All trivial matters that Liv would have rather heard about from her large bedroom in California where she could sip on her peach sangria and munch on popcorn. Or be anywhere...that wasn't here.

"Will you stop pouting for five seconds, sis?" Elliot exclaimed, exasperated yet still teasing, after five minutes of them being alone in their town car. Olivia paused in scrolling through her instagram feed to glare at her brother. "Ok, screw you. Not exactly excited to be in front of a camera for the entirety of my summer, for your information." Elliot raised an eyebrow, eyed his sister's attire for a moment, before replying, "Really? I couldn't tell." If either sibling could kill each other, they would probably do it and save each other the misery of having to deal with being bombarded by cameras the second they exited the vehicle. It wasn't like Elliot himself was particularly excited about participating in the show. At the same time, who was it going to really hurt? Everyone practically knew all of their secrets, last he checked. And it wasn't like any of them weren't good at keeping secrets if they were serious enough that they would need to stay away from the probing eyes of the cameras. All they had to do was continue like none of it was real; like all of them were simply in a house together because their parents were insensitive assholes.

"I'm not about to argue with you. I'm dressed like any other person who dresses like my age in the summer. Don't even start with me, Javie," Liv stated sharply. Her brother always liked to act like she didn't know how to dress appropriately, especially now that she was older and actually could just ignore him. While Elliot himself was dressed like he was headed to a tea party in the middle Buckingham Palace's gardens, Liv was dressed like she was about to go hang out with friends. His look wasn't her own and she was not about to spend her summer being lectured every time she walked out of her closet. "I'm not starting anything, Liv. Just...don't let this get to you, ok? One summer. We don't even know if this will even get picked up for a second season. It's just remedial." He explained after a sigh and Liv didn't respond; she was focused on texting her faves. They were getting closer and closer to the Rockefeller's home anyway. Elliot pulled out his phone and did the same.

To: Rini, Jack Jack
Plz tell me at least 1 of u r already there

To: Charlie, Lucy
Liv and I will be there soon. You?

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It probably wasn't good that filming for the show had started only a few hours ago, and yet Jack was already fatigued by it all. It was no secret that the Rockefeller's were the most resistant towards doing the show. They were a very business-oriented family, so unlike the other two families who had children in the entertainment industry, bad publicity didn't help them in any way. Granted, Charlie, Kate and Jack couldn't necessarily say that they were as un-involved in all of that as they wanted to say. Kate was rampant on the social scene, and all three of them were involved in social circles including some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. Including the Belluccis and the Kings... even if they didn't consider the Belluccis to actually be their friends right now. Or at least, Jack thought that they weren't supposed to think of them as friends right now. He really wasn't sure what he was supposed to think. According to Charlie's words, Luciana and Serena weren't to be trusted, just as much as Mike wasn't. Jack knew that he shouldn't have been surprised by the unreasonable logic behind it, considering how much his brother was like his father, and how much his father prided himself in being loyal to his family. However, it didn't make sense to him. He was just supposed to end his friendship with Lucy and Serena, just because Michael cheated on Kate? He hated Mike just as much as Charlie did for what he did to their sister, but Lucy and Serena did absolutely nothing wrong. Nothing. It proved to be a big conflict for Jack now more than ever. He was able to get away with still maintaining that normal friendship for the past month as long as his siblings weren't around, but now this show was going to force him to be with them at the same time as his siblings.

"Thank God that you finally decided to shave. That scruffy look just makes you look homeless, Jack. Definitely not a good look for you." He rolled his eyes as his sister hurried past him as they walked down the staircase. "But was it really necessary for you to wear denim too? I mean, I don't want us being twins to be my storyline." Jack hadn't noticed that the denim in his outfit coordinated with the outfit his sister was wearing. "So take off your jacket then. It's not the middle of November," Jack suggested, with his tone being consistently innocent, though his eyes twinkling with the knowledge of how easy it was to tick off his sister. "Ever hear of air conditioning? It might as well be January with how could this house is." Jack couldn't resist smirking now. Even when Kate knew he was just trying to piss her off, she had to make a come back. She always had to have the last word, even when her being so expressive and reactive just proved that she was losing. "Besides, someone needs to dress well to combat Olivia. If we're going to be forced into this show, I don't want it to be tagged as being pornographic after just one episode." Kate had reached the bottom of the staircase and stood to face him as he slowly followed her to the bottom. His smirk faded slightly as she made a jab about Olivia, but it wasn't out of the ordinary where it caused a rise out of him. Everyone in their circle knew that the girls didn't get along, and it reminded him of his own dilemma. If Serena had managed to deal with the difficulties of appeasing both Kate and Liv in their friendship, than he would have to find a way to deal with his issues as well. "Be nice, Kate. See if you can be the sweet, perfect twin that everyone thinks you are. At least today. At least while they're filming." He expected Kate to be that way anyway, but he wanted to reinforce it.

One of the most notable things about his family was that they did value their image. This show was going to be an interesting test against that, be Jack guessed that at least in the beginning, his siblings would be able to keep the crazy on the down low. Besides, it wasn't like Kate and Olivia had ever had any real fights before. They mostly just ignored each other or talked poorly about each other behind the other's back. Again, though, now with the show, they were going to be forced to interact with each other, and Jack didn't know how well that would pan out.

"Oh, shut up. Out of everyone I'm supposed to spend my summer with, she's the least of my worries," she acknowledged as they headed through the first floor of the Rockefeller townhouse. Unlike many wealthy New Yorkers, the Rockefellers didn't opt for just a penthouse apartment. They had one of those downtown, but on 5th Avenue, their main residence was a six story town house. It was fitted with ten bedrooms, sixteen bathrooms, a finished basement with a wine cellar, a gym, greenhouse, two kitchens (with one being used for catering), among other luxury features. Really, it had more of a house feel than an apartment, and it was one of the main lures for the Rockefellers to purchase the place to act as their main residence. Of course, main residence meant little for a family that was constantly on the move, and that was spoken to this summer, with Mr. and Mrs. Rockefeller planning on spending their summer in between houses in Beverly Hills, Miami, Monte Carlo, Nice, London and the Hamptons.

Today would be the last day that Jack and Kate would spend with their parents for at least a few weeks, but it was nothing heart wrenching. They were used to everyone being all over the place, and because of the cameras being present, had already said their real goodbyes that morning. Jack had not responded to Kate's reference to her being more concerned with the others, presumably Michael and the Belluccis, with a quip, because he knew it would have been inappropriate. It went back to how Charlie had insisted that the disrespectful act towards Kate was really an act of disrespect towards all of them, and it wasn't a laughing matter. Brunch was being served in the fifth floor's dining room, where the impeccable view was hoped to set the mood for the day.

"Kate, we actually want you upstairs when everyone arrives. Charlie's up there too, and we might get a quick take on you two talking, or an interview. Jack, you can wait down here." One of the producers for the show was making a brief appearance. Apparently, there show was supposed to be pretty true to reality, but to start off the series, they wanted at least some involvement in the actives. Jack nodded, not really caring about where he was placed. He preferred not having to deal with Charlie and Kate right now anyway, and he was sure that his parents were upstairs somewhere as well. As Kate hurried upstairs, Jack was granted a few moments of silence, and during so, he was able to text back Liv.

To: Liv, Serena
Unfortunately so. Hurry up and get here. Bored out of my mind.

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Serena was definitely more of a California girl than a New York girl. She had been to New York many times, and like most people in her world, her parents did own a place in New York, but it was nothing compared to what the Rockefeller's had. Her family's was a four bedroom apartment in a very nice building overlooking Washington Square Park. It cost them a few solid millions, but it wasn't the epitome of the most elite of the elite. They had that in California, where their Newport Beach estate spanned a few acres of beachfront territory, and in Italy, where their home was one of the largest and nicest in the country. Linking in with her just not being used to living in New York for more than a week at a time, Serena just preferred the more relaxed lifestyle she was able to live in California, over the fast paced one of New York. On one hand, it was a lot easier to blend in with normal people in New York. She was frequently bothered by paparazzi in both cities, but she could also get away with going a couple of days in New York without her photo being snapped if she really tried to stay off of the radar. All of the places she spent time in California, from restaurants to boutiques, were accounted for by the photographers, so it was hard to go out without being followed. This summer, she wouldn't even be graced with the anonymity that New York sometimes offered her, because she had signed onto a contract agreeing to allow cameras to follow her. And with those cameras, and the frenzy that their E! logo would bring, would lead to the real paparazzi haunting her too.

To: Liv, Jack
lucy and i are on our way!! mike is on his way too, but he's coming straight from lga

Serena and Luciana had flown in from California the day before. They spent the day shopping and then saw "The Lion King" on Broadway for what must have been at least the tenth time. It was one of Serena's favorites, and felt new to her every time she saw it. She had such respect for the actors and actresses in the show. It was one thing to do what she did, and act on screen, but to do it live was such a different story. Plus, they could not only act, but sing and dance too, and Serena would readily admit that she wasn't much of a "triple threat".

While Serena was nervous for this new chapter of her life, she didn't resent it as much as the others. She didn't think of herself as the type of person to be drawn to drama, so she wasn't worried about being a part of any televised scandals. Maybe she was thinking too innocently, but she was just excited to be able to spend a summer with her family and best friends. The contracts just ensured that none of them could run away if things started getting bad, and Serena really believed that they would actually force everyone to work out their problems. They would come out of this summer stronger than they went in, she hoped. "You can just let us off on the corner of the next block," Serena said, reaching through the partition of the Escalade to tap the driver on the shoulder. He gave her a disgruntled nod, which had her frowning, but she turned to Luciana mid-thought."Are you excited? I hope things aren't still awkward between Mike and Katy."

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By the time the Kings arrived in front of the entrance of the Rockefeller home, Liv was antsy with a grumbling tummy awaiting food she knew was going to be good and Elliot just wanted to get the day over with. It was difficult for him, at least, having to miss out on some days at work, particularly as it pertained to bands and the like. Elliot was heavily involved in the first works of the artists of his father's Mafioso label; he oversaw albums being dropped, signings, the first few concerts, and a lot of the first few tears artists shed on tours. He was good at making them comfortable, making them ready to do their job, but also take care of the image they originally put out. And sure, Phil could handle the position while he was gone; Elliot was very sure about that. But was he happy about that? Was the guy who was typically in control at all times pleased by leaving everything he was proud of in the hands of some one person who happened to also be qualified for the position Elliot had to work to acquire? Hell no!

To: Rini, Jack Jack
Pulling up now

"Do you think everything will be okay? You know, with Mike and the others?" Liv, once her text to her friends was sent,asked as their Maybach slowed to a stop. Elliot paused in smoothing out his shirt, sighing. Elliot had told Olivia from day one that he didn't trust Mike. Thought he was the slimiest of the group, how he still couldn't possibly believe the guy was even remotely related to Serena and Luciana. Serena could be bad and her with Olivia was just trouble for him and Lucy sometimes. But Mike...Mike was a completely different ball game. Kate wasn't the nicest person in the entire world, but she had never earned what she got from that asshole. Elliot could only imagine how much it truly still pisses Charlie off to have to be in the house with the same guy who broke his sister's heart. Elliot couldn't do it - he probably would have killed Mike the second Liv came home in tears. "Look, he's a douche and like I said before, you need to stay away from him. We all do." Olivia rolled her eyes, running fingers through silver-and-gold streaked hair before forcing on a smile when their driver opened the door for her before letting Elliot out. "I'm...I get it, ok? I'm not saying I...condone what he did...I just..." She just didn't know how much of this was going to affect the way their summer went. The Belluci's and the Rockefellers had been friends for years. A rift between them was something serious. And...despite how much she despised what he did to Kate and how much Liv understood that Mike fucked up, he was still technically one of her friends.

"Awww, don't get all sentimental, Bubbles," Elliot exclaimed with an arm over her shoulder. It was enough to distract Olivia from the cameras flashing. "Remember, you're still allowed to have fun. Just...don't go overboard." Olivia pretended to make a face. "Whaaaat? Meeee? When have I ever...?" She wouldn't have trailed off if she hadn't just so happened to see Mike exiting a car and despite the conversation they were just having, Olivia couldn't fight the smile away. "Is that Mike Belluci over there!? Where's Rina and Luce?" She called and Elliot exhaled, heavily, and pulled out his phone.

To: Charlie, Lucy
We're here