Jonathan Taylor Thomas Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
It’s been declared the present amount of Jonathan Taylor Thomas net worth reaches 15-million dollars. Jonathan Taylor Thomas began his career in playing when he was nevertheless a youngster, which created him a tremendous kid star. Afterwards, he additionally became a teenager idol. His lengthy career in performing has created Jonathan Taylor Thomas as one among the most famous performers in Hollywood. Therefore, it additionally has functioned as a principal source of Jonathan Taylor Thomas net worth.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
Jonathan Taylor Thomas has appeared in various television series, including Home Improvement, where he impersonated a part of Randy Taylor. Furthermore, speaking about him as a star from cartoons, Jonathan Taylor Thomas additionally starred as a small Simba in Disneys creation of Lion King. Therefore, his vocation as a voiceover artist additionally added up to the total amount of Jonathan Taylor Thomas net worth. Additionally, Jonathan Taylor Thomas may be recalled in the television series called In Living Colour, where he impersonated a part of Macaulay Culkin.
In 1990, Jonathon Taylor Thomas got among his first characters ever on Video which was Kevin Brady on a television series called The Bradys, that was a spin off production of a display in the 70’s, called The Brady Bunch. He remained in the present till in purchase to concentrate on his teaching, when he was a teen-ager he determined to abandon it.
This participation also offers added a lot to the whole amount of Jonathan Taylor Thomas net worth. Other films, where he’s appeared, contain Speedway Junky, Illinois Be Home for Xmas, Tom and Huck, Strolling Across Egypt, Guy of the Home, Wild America and a few others, which likewise added up to recognition as good as his net worth.
September 8, 1981
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
5 ft 4 in (1.651 m)
Actor, Voice Actor
University of St Andrews, Harvard University
United States of America
Stephen Weiss, Claudine Gonsalves
Joel Thomas Weiss
Kids' Choice Award for Favorite TV Actor, Kids' Choice Awards Hall of Fame
Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actor
The Lion King, Pom Poko, Man of the House, Tom and Huck, The Adventures of Pinocchio, Wild America, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Speedway Junky, Walking Across Egypt, Common Ground, The Tangerine Bear, Thru the Moebius Strip
The Big Help, Home Improvement, The Oz Kids, The Bradys, Itsy Bitsy Spider, The Adventures of Spot
As of January 2000, is finishing his senior year of high school, and plans to enter college in the fall. He will likely attend either an Ivy League school, or Oxford University, and plans to double-major in theatre and history. He will continue to act during school vacations.
In Home Improvement (1991), Jonathan played the middle child, Randy, while Zachery Ty Bryan played the oldest brother, Brad. Their characters were 13 months apart. In reality, Jonathan is older than Zachery by a month and a day (Jonathan was born on September 8, Zachery was born on October 9).
Moved to Roseville, California, after Pennsylvania, and went to Sergeant Elementary before his parents got divorced. He moved to Sacramento with his mother to pursue his career.
When he was a young child, his mother worked for an organization for underprivileged adults. She often brought him to work and work-related functions because she wanted him to grow up to be thankful for what he had and to have the willingness to help others.
His brother is four years older than he is.
Dog-Lhasa Apso. Cats-Tortoise Persian and Flamepoint Himalayan.
His grandmother's name was Helen Weiss and he has an uncle named Jeff Weiss, who is a playwright and actor.
His mother was a social worker then she managed his career.
His mother attended Syracuse University.
His father worked as a construction supplies salesman.
Attends Columbia University Bachelor's Degree Program for adults General Studies.
Brother, Joel, is an Assistant Coach for a college in Louisiana.
Two nephews: Ben (b. 2005) and Jordan (b. 2007).
(2007-2008) Enrolled in Columbia GS.
Grew up in Sacramento and Los Angeles, California.
Ranked #25 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars"
Pets: two cats named Simba and Samantha, one dog called McCormick
Attended Harvard University for two years (2000-2002), then studied abroad for his third year at St. Andrews University in Scotland. He finally graduated from Columbia University in 2010.
Graduated from Chaminade College Preparatory High School in West Hills, California with honors 
Parents: Claudine and Stephen Weiss (divorced in 1989). On his father's side, Jonathan is of Pennsylvania Dutch (German) descent, with small amounts of Swiss-German, Irish, and French, ancestry. One of his paternal ancestors, the Rev. Benjamin Weiss (1849-1901), was a minister in the German Reformed Church. Jonathan's mother is of at least part Portuguese descent.
He was featured on a 2001 cover of "The Advocate" magazine, a gay and lesbian magazine, for his featured interview, to discuss, in part, his role in Common Ground (2000), a gay themed Showtime Networks movie.
Loves to watch college basketball.
Received 1996 NATO/ShoWest YoungStar of the Year Award. 
His stage name is derived from his real first name (Jonathan), his real middle name (Taylor), and his brother's middle name (Thomas).
I can't tell you how many shows I've done with full-blown migraine headaches.
The whole thing started on this Web site called Cyber Sleaze, which should probably tell you something. My agent called me and said, 'There's this stuff going around.' I got phone calls from my friends saying, 'What are you going to do about this?' It was just a blatant lie put on the Internet, and then it was just like a feeding frenzy. And I'm sure it was validated by my recent roles.
"It [rumors of his homosexuality] was just a blatant lie put on the Internet, and then it was just a feeding frenzy... And I'm sure it was validated by my recent roles. What startled me was how willingly people accepted it." Interview with The Advocate, February 1, 2000.
An education is a more surefire guarantee that you have possibilities opened to you.