What is Jonah Hill’s Net Worth?
Jonah Hill’s networth is approximately $60 Million as of July 2022.
Jonah Hill Feldstein is an American comedian, director, actor and producer.
He is well-known for his comedy roles in films like ‘Accepted (2006), Knocked Up (2007), and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street (2013).
Forbes magazine’s ranking of the highest-paid actors in the world from 2014 to 2015 ranks Hill at 28th.
Jonah Hill Feldstein was born in Los Angeles on December 20, 1983. He is the child of Sharon Lyn Feldstein and Richard Feldstein. Hill has a sibling, an actress, and an older brother, who was the music manager for Robin Thicke’s and Maroon 5’s.
He grew up in Los Angeles, where he lives today.
Hill attended Bard College as well as the University of Colorado Boulder. Hill is Jewish, and he had a Bar Mitzvah celebration.
Jonah Hill’s acting career began in 2004 with a role in “I Heart Huckabees”. Later, his good connections allowed him to land many roles in multiple movies.
He had a brief role in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” and was also a supporting character in “Knocked Up” alongside Seth Rogen.
But he reached his breaking point in 2007 when he was cast in the comedy show ‘Superbad. His role earned him two nominations for the MTV Movie Awards, and one for Teen Choice Award.
Hill starred in films like ‘Knocked up (2007), Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) and ‘Get Him to the Greek (2010) the year after.
Hill was seen in “Moneyball” alongside Brad Pitt in 2011. His performance earned him rave reviews as well as an Academy Award nomination in the Best Supporting actor category. In the same year, he also wrote and performed in “Allen Gregory”.
Hill was also the star of “21 Jump Street” alongside Channing Tatum. His appreciation for the film was immense.
Jonah was seen in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio in 2013. This earned him another Oscar nomination.
Hill starred in “21 Jump Street 2” the following year. He also appeared in “War Dogs”, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
Here are some highlights from Jonah Hill’s career:
- Superbad (Movie, 2007)
- Get Him to the Greek (Movie, 2010)
- 21 Jump Street (Movie, 2012)
- The Wolf of Wall Street (Movie, 2013)
- 22 Jump Street (Movie, 2014)
- MTV Movie + TV Awards (Best Comedic Performance, 2014) – Won
- War Dogs (Movie, 2016)
- Golden Globes (Best Performance by an Actor, 2017) – Nominated
- Mid90s (Movie, 2018)
- CinemaCon (Vanguard award, 2018) – Won
Favorite Quotes From Jonah Hill
It’s better to shock people than to tell them what you can do. It’s not unusual for me to appear on a comedy movie; I’m no longer the underdog. You shouldn’t be shocked that I’ve done so many comedy films.
When I was filming ‘Superbad’, all my college friends were there. We were drinking beer, watched movies, and ate pizza and other snacks. It wasn’t like it was nice to eat at fancy restaurants. I lived like a frat boy. I had to learn to be responsible and healthy. You know that you can’t live as a child forever.