Watch ‘Yellowstone’ Star Jefferson White’s Season 4 Behind-Scenes ‘Super 8’ Footage

by Amy Myers
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Something tells us that Yellowstone star Jefferson White might just end up in the director’s chair someday. The actor behind Jimmy Hurdstrom often brings his own camera and film with him to the set. During these clips, White is able to catch those moments between takes that demonstrate exactly what it’s like to be a part of the legendary cast.

Earlier today, White posted another edition of his “Super 8” millimeter footage of the hardworking cast and crew. The new post follows the Season 4 finale of Yellowstone on Sunday, and in response, White included a message of gratitude to the fans of the show.

“Shot some more Super 8 on my last day of @yellowstone season 4,” he shared. “Can’t thank you enough for your kind words and generosity these last 10 weeks. We get to do this because of you and your energy and enthusiasm and I’m forever grateful for the opportunity.”

Featured in the clip were some familiar Yellowstone faces like Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith), Laramie (Hassie Harrison), Mia (Eden Brolin), Emily (Kathryn Kelly), and Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser). The lighthearted footage also included some shots of some select crew members and furry friends, including one dog that decided to take a nap on Harrison’s lap.

Yesterday, White posted another 8-millimeter video with the same caption. In this one, the Yellowstone star focused more on the naturally picturesque scenery that the Montana ranch provided. Between the mountains, the tall pines, and the endless blue sky, it’s no wonder White finds it hard to put down his camera.

‘Yellowstone’ Star Discusses Role Models on Set

Jefferson White’s gratitude doesn’t just end with Yellowstone fans, of course. He is also incredibly appreciative of his castmates, who have shown him how to become a better actor and cowboy. White also credited the talented horse trainers that have helped him understand how to communicate with the essential animals.

“You know, in the same way, that Jimmy’s learning how to ride from Rip, learning how to sort of navigate this world, I’m learning how to be an actor,” White explained in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “I’m learning how to survive as an actor in a strange place, in a new world, from the best in the world. In the same way, we’re surrounded by the best horse trainers and stunt performers. We’re also surrounded by the best actors in the world.”

From how much White has learned from his fellow Yellowstone stars, it’s safe to say that the actors are as much a family as they are a cast.

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