Jonah Hill Biography
(Known for His Comedic Roles)
Birthday: December 20, 1983 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Jonah Hill Feldstein, popularly known as Jonah Hill, is a multi-talented personality; he is an actor, producer, screenwriter, and comedian. He is particularly known for his brilliant portrayal of comedic roles in movies, such as 'Accepted,' 'Grandma's Boy,' 'Superbad,' '21 Jump Street,' and 'War Dogs.' Coming from a creative family, he was inclined towards creative writing since his childhood. Jonah used to write and perform plays during his school and college days. After finishing his school and college, he joined ‘The New Drama School’ in New York to polish his skills and learn new things. As he studied drama in depth, he realized that he actually wanted to be an actor. While performing in a college play, he got introduced to Dustin Hoffman, who encouraged him to audition for a role in a Hollywood movie titled ‘I Heart Huckabees.’ His audition turned out to be a success as he landed the role. Since then, he has not looked back and has been a part of numerous high-profile TV shows and movies. The big break in his career came in 2007 when he landed the lead role in a comedy film titled ‘Superbad.’ Some of his commendable performances include those in ‘Moneyball’ and 'The Wolf of Wall Street'; he received an ‘Academy Award’ nomination for both the movies.