Jonathan Majors Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Parents, Father, Wife, Child, Daughter, Movies, TV Shows

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Jonathan Majors Biography and Wiki

Jonathan Majors is an American actor best known for his role as ‘Jimmie Fails best friend in the film ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco,’ which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He became well-known after appearing in the independent feature film The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019). In 2020, he gained notoriety for his role as Atticus Freeman in the HBO television series Lovecraft Country.

 Jonathan Majors Education

In 2008, he graduated from high school. Majors received his bachelor’s degree from the ‘University of North Carolina School of the Arts,’ and later graduated from the ‘Yale School of Drama.’

 Jonathan Majors Age

How old is Major? Jonathan is 33 years old as of  2022. He was born Jonathan Michael Majors on 7 September 1989 in Lompoc, California, United States.

 Jonathan Majors Height

Major stands at a height of  6’0″ (183 cm) tall. ALSO READ: Yolanda Adams

Jonathan’s major Parents | Family and Father

He was born Jonathan Michael Majors on 7 September 1989 in Lompoc, California, United States. His mother is a Methodist church pastor. His father was an Air Force officer at the Vandenberg Military Base in Lompoc. When he was five years old, his father abandoned the family. He has a younger brother, Cameron, and an older sister, Monica. Because his father was in the Air Force, they were stationed at Vandenberg.

Jonathan Majors Wife| Child and Daughter

Majors has a daughter. However, he has not gone public with his relationship. It is not known whether he is married, engaged, divorced, or single.

Jonathan Majors The Harder They Fall

Majors was cast as Nat Love, an African American cowboy and former slave in the period following the American Civil War in the upcoming American Western film The Harder They Fall.

Jonathan Majors Career

Major began his acting career with stage productions. He played ‘Henri Marx in Jeff Augustin’s play ‘Cry Old Kingdom,’ which ran from March 8 to April 7, 2013, at Kentucky’s ‘Actors Theatre of Louisville,’ as part of a ‘Humana Festival.’ Soon after, he shared the stage with Andy Lucien (as ‘Laurence Fishburne,’ playing ‘Jonathan Josephson,’ in Josephson’s play ’27 Ways I Didn’t Say ‘H’ To Laurence Fishburne,’ for a ‘Humana Ten-Minute Plays Festival,’ (April 6 to 7, 2013). Majors made his film debut in the 2017 Western film ‘Hostiles,’ playing ‘Corporal Henry Woodson,’ a soldier who served under ‘Blocker’ and helped escort ‘Yellow Hawk home.

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The same year, he made his television debut in ‘When We Rise,’ a ‘ABC’ eight-part docudrama miniseries about LGBT rights advocacy in the United States. Majors appeared in four episodes as the younger version of ‘Ken Jones.’
In the 2018 biographical crime drama ‘White Boy Rick,’ Majors played ‘Johnny “Lil Man” Curry,’ a local gangster and dope-dealing kingpin. In the English crime drama ‘Out of Blue,’ he played ‘Duncan J. Reynolds,’ a college professor who specializes in parallel universes. Major’s most well-known role was as ‘Montgomery Allen in Joe Talbot’s feature directorial debut, ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ (2019). The plot revolves around actor Jimmie Fails and Talbot. Prentice, Fails’ real-life friend, inspired Allen.

Majors was seen as ‘Rafe Drummond in the crime science-fiction thriller ‘Captive State,’ and ‘Greg’ in Nabil Elderkin’s directorial debut, ‘Gully.’ It was reported that Majors was signed as the male lead, ‘Atticus Black,’ a 1950s war veteran searching for his father in the upcoming drama horror ‘Lovecraft Country.’ He had already been cast as ‘David’ in Spike Lee’s upcoming epic war drama film ‘Da 5 Bloods.’ Majors won the ‘National Drama Competition’ by the ‘National Society of Arts and Letters (NSAL) in 2015, representing the Chautauqua Chapter in the upcoming drama film ‘Jungleland.’ He also received the $10,000 NSAL First Place Award. He is the recipient of the MFA Lloyd Richards Scholarship and the SAFD Recommended Certification.

Jonathan Majors Net Worth

Majors has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.

Jonathan Majors Movies and TV Shows


♦ 2023 – Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
♦ 2021 – The Harder They Fall
♦ 2020 – Da 5 Bloods
♦ 2019 – The Last Black Man in San Francisco
♦ 2019 – Captive State
♦ 2019 – Gully
♦ 2019 – Jungleland
♦ 2018 – White Boy Rick
♦ 2018 – Out of Blue
♦ 2017 – Hostiles
♦ 2011 – Do Not Distrub


♦ 2013 – Much Ado About Nothing
♦ 2017 – When We Rise
♦ 2020 – Lovecraft Country