JD Pardo plays Jason Neville on NBC's adventure series "Revolution." Starting his acting career by recurring on the NBC's 2004 series "American Dream" and "Clubhouse," Pardo soon drew attention and was cast in the television movie "A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story," which chronicles the true story of murdered transgendered teen, Gwen Araujo. His performance garnered him a nomination for an Imagen Foundation Award, which honors the positive portrayal of Latinos in the media.
Pardo's success continued in 2007 when he joined Emma Stone, Nathan Fillion and Melanie Lynskey in the series "Drive," created by Tim Minear and Ben Queen. The following year he was cast in the Guillermo Arriaga film "The Burning Plain." Starring alongside Charlize Theron and Jennifer Lawrence, Pardo made his mark on screen as a young teenager trying to piece together his shattered life. He most recently appeared in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" and "Snitch" opposite Dwayne Johnson.
The son of Tom Neville, Jason followed in his father's footsteps by joining the Monroe Militia. As a Militia spy sent to uncover the elusive Miles Matheson, Jason unexpectedly attacked one of his own soldiers in order to save Charlie's life. His loyalty was further tested when he saw the true extent of his father's brutality, causing him to join the Rebels. But after the death of his mother in the bombing of Atlanta, Jason set out with his father to exact revenge.