To get to the one and only Jack White, where it’s like heaven, you have to take a trip down the road to Hills. He was born and raised in Beechwood, which is a very small town in Hills County, and now he’s become a multi-millionaire with a pretty rich mouth! It’s this career, along with his entire persona, that has brought him to where he is in his career now. Growing up in this small town, he was a performer on the local stage with his high school theater. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Army, and he finished boot camp and trained for three years by Hunter.
After that, he moved to Los Angeles and was quickly accepted into the Blue Screen comedy club. This was after he formed his own acting troupe at a local theater called, aptly enough, The Blue Screen, where he had the opportunity to work with everyone from the industry like Will Ferrell and Nathan Lane. After this, he met Tom Selleck and Jeff Goldblum, and it was these people that inspired his sense of humor. When he met Nicole Kidman, the two women became very close friends, and he worked with her on many projects. However, this relationship didn’t last for long, because after the release of his first solo album, he broke up with Nicole Kidman and told her that he didn’t want to be with her anymore. According to his statements, she was only interested in him as a band-mate and a friend.
After his breakup with Nicole Kidman, it was in the winter of 1996 that Jack White moved to the city of Hills, where he had decided to have his own personal chef. In this fast paced environment, it is said that he no longer eats his regular meals. He eats a salad that is known as the “Skinny Chick”, with chicken, eggplant, vegetables, macaroni, broccoli, cottage cheese, and not a lot of cheese, and says that it’s the only food he’s ever eaten that is healthy for him. It was in this fast-paced environment that Jack White had his musical career, first by being signed with Sony Music and then he was a part of a song called, I’m a Mess (Than I Was a Prince) which he said later on had been written by Michael Bolton and Milton Luetjen.
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