Gillian Jacobs net worth: Gillian Jacobs is an American actress with a net worth of $2.5 million dollars. Gillian Jacobs was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and was consistently enthusiastic about a performance career. She began taking acting classes when she was in elementary school, and appeared in professional productions in the Pittsburgh Playhouse throughout her childhood. She also appeared in productions in the Pittsburgh Public Theater. After graduating from high school, she was taken to the Juilliard School, and graduated in the mid-2000s. She began her professional on camera career in 2005 in the independent film, “Building Girl”. Law is most widely recognized for her work as Britta Perry on “Community”.
October 19, 1982
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
United States of America
Paul E. Jacobs, Hal Jacobs
William F. Jacobs Jr., Martina Magenau Jacobs
IEEE Medal of Honor, National Medal of Technology and Innovation, IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal
Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Her first love is theater. She started acting at the Pittsburgh Public Theater and frequently competed in an annual Shakespeare Monologue Contest.
Made her New York stage debut in 2006 in "Cagelove". Her performance as an assault victim was praised in a New York Times review, which said she "has the glow of a star in the making".
Starred in such off-Broadway productions as "Little Flower of East Orange", which was directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman, as well as "A Feminine Ending", directed by Blair Brown.
Studied acting at the Juilliard School, in New York City, graduating in 2004.
Big blue eyes
I like the 'Moth' podcast a lot. I listen to that.
I'm not conservative, but I am kind of clean living in my own life.
I had some years of definite frustration. Auditioning and not working as much as I would have liked to, or working and being paid a pittance, and sort of scrounging by in New York and sleeping on a chair that folded out into a bed.
I'd never really done comedy before Community (2009), so getting to work, day in and day out, with all these great people, directors, writers, and actors, I feel like I've learned a lot.