Jonathan Majors Net Worth 2023: Bio/wiki, Career, Personal Life, House & Property

Jonathan works as an American actor to make a living. Lovecraft Country, an HBO drama series in which he played Atticus Freeman, brought him to the public’s attention. In 2020, he was also nominated for “The Last Black Man in San Francisco,” for which he played a supporting role.

Various sources say that in 2022, he will make $200,000 a year. His acting career, endorsements, and partnerships with brands are the main ways he makes money. This article will tell you everything you need to know about Jonathan Majors’ income, career, personal life, etc.

Jonathan Majors: Net Worth 2023

Jonathan Majors’ net worth is estimated to be around $2 million as of 2023. Jonathan works as an American actor to make a living. Lovecraft Country, an HBO drama series in which he played Atticus Freeman, brought him to the public’s attention. In 2020, he was also nominated for “The Last Black Man in San Francisco,” for which he played a supporting role.

Jonathan Majors: Early Life Details

Majors was born in Lompoc, California, and he spent his early years on the Vandenberg military base with his family—his pastor mother, his older sister Monica, and his younger brother Cameron. His father was in the Air Force, so they lived there.

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In 2020, Majors said, “Our father, who loved us very much, just kind of disappeared one day, and 17 years later, he showed up again.” Majors has since found his father again. The family moved to Dallas, Texas, quickly after that. 

After that, Majors lived in Georgetown, Texas, which is near Austin, Texas. He later grew up in Cedar Hill, Texas. He graduated from Duncanville High School in 2008 after moving there from Cedar Hill High School.

Jonathan Majors: Personal Life Details

Majors has a single daughter.

Jonathan Majors: Career Details

While he was still a student at Yale, Majors got his first role on screen in the ABC miniseries When We Rise. In the show, Majors played the real-life gay rights activist Ken Jones. To prepare for the part, he met with Jones.

In the same year, Majors had his first role in a full-length movie. He played Corporal Henry Woodson in Scott Cooper’s revisionist Western Hostiles. On September 2, 2017, the movie was shown for the first time at the Telluride Film Festival. On September 10, 2017, it was also shown at the Toronto International Film Festival.

In 2018, he had more parts in the movies White Boy Rick and Out of Blue. Both of these movies were shown at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival. The second one was in the running for the Platform Prize.

In 2019, Majors became well-known after he played the lead role in Joe Talbot’s critically acclaimed independent film The Last Black Man in San Francisco. For this role, he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. On January 26, 2019, the film was shown for the first time at the Sundance Film Festival.

On June 7, 2019, A24 put it out in the United States. Former US President Barack Obama said it was one of the best movies of 2019. Critics liked Majors’ performance. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times called it “a mournful heartbreaker,” and Rolling Stone said it was “deeply sensitive and charmingly off-center.”

Jonathan Majors: Awards

For his work in The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Majors was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor and Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male at the 20th annual Black Reel Awards and for Best Supporting Male at the 35th Independent Spirit Awards. 

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In 2015, Majors took first place at the National Society of Arts & Letters’ National Drama Competition (NSAL). For his role in Lovecraft Country, Majors was up 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. He is up for a Saturn Award for his role as Loki as Best Guest-Starring Performance in a Streaming Television Series.

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