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Jonathan Majors- Wiki, Age, Ethnicity, Wife, Height, Net Worth, Career

Jonathan Majors

Jonathan Majors is a well-known American actor. Jonathan Majors rose to prominence after starring in the independent film The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019). In 2020, he becomes more well-known for his role as Atticus Freeman in the HBO television series ‘Lovecraft Country.’

Quick Facts

Full Name: Jonathan Majors
Born Date: 07 Sep 1989
Age: 32 years
Horoscope: Virgo
Lucky Number: 7
Lucky Stone: Sapphire
Lucky Color: Green
Best Match for Marriage: Taurus, Capricorn
Gender: Male
Profession: actor
Country: America
Height: 6 feet 0 inches (1.83m)
Marital Status: single
Net Worth $2 million
Eye Color brown
Hair Color black
Birth Place Lompoc, California
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American
Religion Christian
Education ‘Yale School of Drama’
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Jonathan Majors Biography

Jonathan Michael Majors, better known as Jonathan Majors, was born on September 7, 1989, in Lompoc, California, USA. This actor is currently 32 years old and of American nationality.

Furthermore, he is of African-American descent and was born under the sign of Virgo. He was born to a pastor couple, according to online sources. Aside from that, there is no additional information about his parents, siblings, or childhood.

Jonathan Majors Education

In terms of education, he graduated from high school in 2008. He later earned a bachelor’s degree in the arts from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He also attended the ‘Yale School of Drama,’ where he graduated in 2016.

Jonathan Majors Height And Weight

This talented actor stands 6 feet tall and weighs an unknown amount. Furthermore, this man has brown eyes and black hair, and there is no information about his other body measurements.

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Career

Jonathan began his acting career by appearing in theater productions. He appeared as ‘Henri Marx’ in Jeff Augustin’s production ‘Cry Old Kingdom,’ which ran from March 8 to April 7, 2013, at the ‘Actors Theatre of Louisville,’ in Kentucky.

Soon after, he appeared alongside Andy Lucien (as ‘Laurence Fishburne’) in Josephson’s play ’27 Ways I Didn’t Say ‘H’ To Laurence Fishburne’ (April 6–7, 2013) as part of the ‘Humana Ten-Minute Plays Festival.’

In the 2017 Western film ‘Hostiles,’ he played ‘Corporal Henry Woodson,’ a soldier who served under ‘Blocker’ and assisted in escorting ‘Yellow Hawk,’ home. He made his television debut the same year in ‘When We Rise,’ an eight-part ABC docudrama miniseries about LGBT rights activism in the United States.

In four episodes, he played a younger version of ‘Ken Jones’ (played by Michael K. Williams) (played by Michael K. Williams). Then, in the 2018 biographical crime film ‘White Boy Rick,’ he portrayed ‘Johnny “Lil Man” Curry,’ a local gangster and dope kingpin.’

He portrayed ‘Duncan J. Reynolds,’ a college professor who studies in parallel universes, in the English crime drama ‘Out of Blue.’ He played ‘Montgomery Allen’ in Joe Talbot’s feature directorial debut, ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco,’ and received critical acclaim (2019).

In 2019, he starred as ‘Rafe Drummond in the crime science-fiction thriller ‘Captive State,’ and as ‘Greg’ in Nabil Elderkin’s directorial debut, ‘Gully.’ Jonathan was cast as ‘Atticus Black,’ a 1950s war veteran looking for his father in the upcoming drama horror film ‘Lovecraft Country,’ on May 2, 2018.

He played ‘David’ in Spike Lee’s epic war drama ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ which was released on Netflix. He rose to prominence as Atticus Freeman in the HBO television series Lovecraft Country. He co-starred with Idris Elba, Zazie Beetz, Regina King, and Delroy Lindo in Jeymes Samuel’s directorial debut film The Harder They Fall in 2021.

Jonathan Majors Net Worth And Awards

Jonathan won first place in the National Society of Arts & Letters (NSAL) National Drama Competition in 2015. In addition, for Lovecraft Country, he received nominations for the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series and the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.

At the 20th annual Black Reel Awards, he was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor and Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male, as well as Best Supporting Male at the 35th Independent Spirit Awards.

Jonathan Majors Wife, Marriage

In terms of his marital status, there is no information available. He has a daughter, the name of whom is unknown, according to some online sources. There is no information about his previous relationship status. He has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight and controversy of the mainstream media.