Jonah Hill Feldstein (born December 20, 1983), better known as Jonah Hill, is an American actor, producer, screenwriter and comedian.
Hill is known for his comedic roles in films such as Accepted (2006), Grandma's Boy (2006), Superbad (2007), Knocked Up (2007), Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), Get Him to the Greek (2010), 21 Jump Street (2012), This Is the End (2013), 22 Jump Street (2014) and War Dogs (2016), as well as his performances in Moneyball (2011) and The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), for which he received Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor.
Netflix has picked up "Maniac," a comedy starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill, for a 10-episode straight-to-series order.
The 30-minute comedy is based off of a Norwegian series and will feature Hill as an institutionalized man who lives in a dream world of his own creation. It sounds like there's plenty of opportunity for some bizarre laughs.
“You’re catching me at a very emotional time in my life,” says Hill on a gray spring morning in Lower Manhattan, where he keeps one of two homes (the other, in Los Angeles, he spent years designing). In , Hill, playing himself, parties like there’s no tomorrow when Armageddon strikes during a bash at James Franco’s house.
He was scheduled to host Saturday Night Live on November 17, 2007, which would have featured musical guest Kid Rock, but the episode was canceled due to the Writers Guild of America strike, which took place between November 5, 2007 and February 12, 2008.
One of our all-time favorite comedic actors, Jonah Hill, is no stranger to this lifestyle—particularly when reporters decide to speculate about his drastic weight changes.
Recently, the star was out for what appears to be a casual smoothie run when a photographer happened to catch a glimpse of his newly chiseled body and fortunately for us, the drool-worthy photos are all over the internet.
"She's not full of shit, she's not pretentious, and she's electrically smart," says Jonah Hill, who acted opposite Stone in her first movie, Superbad.
Stone is often likened to her hero Diane Keaton, and the comparison tracks in a few ways: Both are beautiful, funny, repeat Woody Allen muses.