Jonah Hill
Jonah Hill
Date of Birth: December 20, 1983, Los Angeles, California

Birth Name: Jonah Hill Feldstein

Height : 5' 7"
Pop-eyed and raspy of voice, actor Jonah Hill took Hollywood by storm in 2006 and 2007 with appearances in no less than nine films, including the
Adam Sandler comedy "Click", "Evan Almighty" with Steve Carell, and Judd Apatow's sweetly profane "Knocked Up" with Seth Rogen and Katharine
Heigl. Hill's blustery delivery, which was always tempered with a hint of panicked vulnerability, found its Delta Award winning performance in the
Apatow-produced teen
buddy comedy "Superbad", in which he star Michael Cera attempt to erase years of high school anonymity with one hedonistic blowout before
heading off to college. The success of this film and his previous output helped usher Hill to MVP status in Hollywood, where he launched a second
career as a screenwriter, as well as an increasingly in-demand comedy secret weapon.

Born Jonah Feldstein in Los Angeles, Jonah Hill moved to New York City after graduating from high school to study writing at New School University.
As a youngster, he'd been inspired while watching Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons and Larry Sanders, and hoped to become a comedy writer
one day.

While in New York, he frequented a bar called Black and White, where he did much of his writing. One day he met Dustin Hoffman's children, Jake
and Becky, who were impressed by Hill's talent for comedy. They introduced him to their father, who arranged an audition for the motion picture I
Heart Huckabees. Hill landed the role, and went on to play a small part as an eBay customer in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Arriving on the set, he was
told that nothing had been written for him, but he was to inprovise a scene with Catherine Keener. The bit was memorable, and Hill graduated to
larger roles in films such as Click starring Adam Sandler and Accepted starring Justin Long. He has since played roles in major motion pictures such
as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Funny People and Get Him to the Greek.

Despite his success as a performer, Hill hasn't forgotten his dream to become a comedy writer and is currently working on a script for a movie
remake of the TV series 21 Jump Street, about young policemen and women who go undercover as teens.
2004 I Heart Huckabees ... Bret
2004 NYPD Blue (TV series) ... Clerk
2005 Pancho's Pizza (short)
2005 The 40 Year Old Virgin ... eBay Customer  
2006 Clark and Michael (video) ... Derek
2006 Grandma's Boy ... Barry  
2006 Campus Ladies (TV series) ... Guy
2006 Click ... Ben Newman at 17 Years Old
2006 Accepted ... Sherman Schrader
2006 10 Items or Less ... Packy
2007 Rocket Science ... Junior Philosopher  
2007 Knocked Up ... Jonah
2007 Human Giant (TV series) ... Weenie King Customer
2007 Evan Almighty ... Eugene
2007 Superbad ... Seth
2007 Wainy Days (TV series short) ... Neil
2007 Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story ... Older Nate (uncredited)
2008 Strange Wilderness ... Cooker
2008 Horton Hears a Who! ... Tommy (voice)  
2008 Forgetting Sarah Marshall ... Matthew the Waiter  
2008 Just Add Water ... Eddie   
2009 Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! (TV series) ... John A. Hill as
Jeffrey Simmons
2009 Reno 911! (TV series) ... Daniel Shaheen
2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian ...  Brundon the
Security Guard (uncredited)
2009 Funny People ... Leo Koenig
2009 The Invention of Lying ... Frank
2009 The Simpsons (TV series) ... Andy Hamilton
2010 Cyrus ... Cyrus  
2010 How to Train Your Dragon ... Snotlout (voice)
2010 Get Him to the Greek ... Aaron Green  
2010 Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon (TV short) ... Snotlout (voice)
2010 Megamind ... Hal Stewart (voice) / Titan (voice) / Tighten (voice)
Delta's Choice Awards
2007 - Delta      Best Comedic Performance     for: Superbad