Girlfriend, Daughter, Height, Net Worth, Parents, Cars, House, Moves & TV Shows
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Jonathan Majors Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Jonathan Majors|
|Real Name:||Jonathan Michael Majors|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||September 7, 1989 (33) Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Santa Barbara County, California, U.S.|
|Education:||University of North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA)
Yale University (MFA)
Jonathan Majors Biography
Born on September 7, 1989, American actor Jonathan Michael Majors rose to fame for his portrayal of the lead character in the 2019 independent film, The Last Black Man in San Francisco. The following year, he gained further recognition for his outstanding performance as the lead in the HBO television series Lovecraft Country, which earned him a Primetime Emmy Award nomination. Majors also starred as Jesse L. Brown in the war movie Devotion, and Nat Love in the western film, The Harder They Fall. In 2021, he entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe, playing various versions of the antagonist Kang the Conqueror.
Terri and Winfred Major are the parents of Jonathan Major. The mother of Majors is a Methodist minister. His father served as an Air Force lieutenant in the Lompoc-based Vandenberg Military Base. When he was just five years old, his father abandoned the family and returned seventeen years later. His parents, however, split up when the family relocated to Texas. After that, his father vanished from their lives, leaving their mother, Terri, to raise them by herself.
Terri and Winfred had three children during their marriage: Jonathan Majors, Cameron, and Monica. So, Jonathan has two siblings.
Ella Majors, age 9, is the proud daughter of Jonathan. Ella was born before Jonathan attended Yale Drama School, where he graduated with an MFA in acting in 2016, so we can assume that Ella was born sometime in 2013. However, he has never publicly revealed who Ella’s mother is. Jonathan has made it plain in previous interviews that he attempts to see Ella and contact her whenever he can, even though she is believed to reside in Atlanta with her mother.
According to evidence in the public domain, a 30-year-old woman accused Jonathan Majors of physical abuse, strangling, and harassment. Subsequently, it was established that the accuser was Jonathan Majors’ girlfriend. We sought to find out the identity of Jonathan Majors’ girlfriend, but the NYPD has withheld it because of a legal matter and charges. Furthermore, without reference to the case, Majors has always maintained secrecy over his love life without addressing the topic. Jonathan Majors claims to “fall in love every day,” but he keeps his romantic life a secret on purpose.
According to several sources, the Devotion star’s estimated net worth is around $2 million. He earns money from various acting jobs in movies and endorsement deals.
Jonathan Majors owns four high-end vehicles; all acquired using a loan arrangement. They include a Mercedes-Benz S-Class valued at $96,000, a BMW 7 Series priced at $87,000, an Audi A8 that costs $86,500, and a Lexus LS that goes for $76,000.
In Los Angeles, Jonathan Majors has purchased a three-bedroom luxury condo. This property is $3 million in cost. The remodeling of this home cost an additional $500,000 from Jonathan Majors. The property is on mortgage from Citi Bank.
Movies & TV Shows
While still a Yale student, Majors landed his first on-screen role in the ABC drama When We Rise. Ken Jones, a gay activist in real life, was portrayed by Majors in the series. In the same year, Majors debuted in a major motion picture as Corporal Henry Woodson in Scott Cooper’s revisionist Western movie Hostiles. After that, roles appeared in the 2018 movies White Boy Rick and Out of Blue.
Majors established a reputation in 2019 after playing in Joe Talbot’s acclaimed independent drama The Last Black Man in San Francisco, for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. Furthermore, Majors starred in the 2019 movies Captive State, Gully, and Jungleland. In Spike Lee’s war drama Da 5 Bloods, made in 2020 and available on Netflix, Majors appeared alongside Chadwick Boseman and Delroy Lindo.
He gained more recognition that same year for his role as Atticus Freeman in the HBO television series Lovecraft County. Majors made his acting debut as “He Who Remains” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Disney+ series Loki. Majors played the lead role in The Harder They Fall, Jeymes Samuel’s debut feature film as a filmmaker, which came out in 2021.
He appeared in Magazine Dreams in 2023 and co-starred in Creed III with Michael B. Jordan. In Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, he played Kang the Conqueror, as well as various other variations of the character.