Jack Osbourne (born November 8, 1985 in London, England) is the son of Ozzy Osbourne. He has two sisters, Kelly Osbourne and Aimee Osbourne. He became known to the general public with his appearance on the TV show The Osbournes. At one time, he worked for Epic Records as a talent scout and assisted his mother Sharon in managing his father's annual touring festival, Ozzfest.
Osbourne made headlines in 2003, when he was admitted to drug rehab for an addiction to OxyContin.
After rehab, Osbourne went on to play a bit role in New York Minute, a film starring the Olsen twins. He also starred in his own show on Channel 4 entitled Union Jack and co-hosted the ITV2 show, Celebrity Wrestling:Bring It On!. Recently, Osbourne reported he is studying to earn a GED.
Osbourne got in shape and lost a lot of weight in Thailand at a Muay Thai martial arts camp in Pattaya. He once claimed to be considering a career in law enforcement.
Osbourne's new show, Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie is now airing on ITV2 in the UK, the Travel Channel in the United States, and on MuchMusic in Canada. Adrenaline Junkie focuses on Osbourne's training for extreme sports like rock climbing and mountaineering.