Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth 2018, Biography & Wiki
Jonathan Lipnicki is an American celebrity with a net worth of $5 million dollars. His other early works included starring roles in the movies Stuart Little, Stuart Little 2, Like Mike along with the Little Vampire along with show-regular characters on The Jeff Foxworthy Show and Meego. From the time Jonathan was ten years old his films had grossed almost three quarters of a billion dollars in the box office.
Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
Jonathan hasn’t only been a success with crowds, but with critics at the same time, receiving awards in the Broadcast Film Critics Association, The Young Artist Awards as well as The Young Star Awards. Jonathan subsequently made the personal choice to depart the limelight to see life as a “normal” adolescent. Jonathan attended public school in his hometown and loved the everyday things many teenagers took for granted, like prom, playing in the water polo team and graduating with all his buddies. Jonathan’s love of performing couldn’t be curbed for very long, yet, and he went to guest star on several hit television shows throughout his teenagers, including Monk, Family Guy and Glen Martin DDS. Jonathan was likewise cast in the lead of the award winning Indie When Zachary Beaver Came to Town. Off display Jonathan is an enthusiastic Brazilian Jiu-jitsu professional and trains in a blue belt amount. Jonathan continues to hone his acting abilities in the renowned Playhouse West below the tutelage of among the sector’s most highly adorned teachers, Robert Carnegie.
October 22, 1990
Westlake Village, California, U.S.
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Agoura High School
Joseph Lipnicki, Rhonda Rosen
Critics Choice Award for Best Child Performance, Young Artist Award (1997), Young Star Award for Best Young Actor/Performance in a Motion Picture Comedy (1999 (1999), 2001)
"Jerry Maguire", "The Little Vampire", "Like Mike", "Stuart Little", "Stuart Little 2", "Family Tools" (2013), "Monk" (2009), "Touched By An Angel" (2003), "The Single Guy" (1997)
The Sharon Osbourne Show, Saturday Night Live, "The Single Guy", "The Jeff Foxworthy Show", "Meego", The Brendan Leonard Show, The John Kerwin Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show (1997-2002)
His father is of Polish Jewish descent and his mother is of Russian Jewish descent.
Ranked #13 in VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Kid Stars".
Plays the drums.
Performed the "Seventh Inning Stretch" (sang 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' on P.A.) at Wrigley Field, Chicago, Ill. on July 29, 2000.
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