Jonathan Favreau, also professionally known as Jon Favreau is an American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer, best known for the role of Happy Hogan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCV) in the films series of Iron Man and The Avengers. In addition, he is also well known for directing Daredevils, Chef, Very Bad Things and Swingers.
The american actor was born on October 19, 1966, in Flushing, Queens, New York, United States. He was born to father Charles Favreau, a special education teacher and mother Madeleine, an elementary teacher. As for siblings, he has a younger brother, Andy Favreau, an american actor.
He belongs to American nationality and white by ethnicity. His father is the descent of French, Canadian and Italian, while mother is Russian Jewish descent. His birth sign is Libra.
As for academic qualifications, Jon completed his high school course from The Bronx High School of Science and joined Queens College in 1984 and dropped out in 1987.
Jon married Joya Tillem, a physician on November 24, 2000. They are together for eighteen years after wedding and is very satisfied with marital life. The couple are the parents of a son; Max Favreau and two daughters; Brighton Rose Favreau and Madeleine Favreau.
The american actor was previously in an intimate relationship with Heather Graham in 1995. The pair dated for a year before they parted their ways in 1996. Although his salary is unknown, however, he earns hundreds of thousand from the movie.
Favreau has accumulated an estimated wealth of over $60 million as of July 2019. The main source of his earnings is from acting, directing and film producing.
He is a very hardworking and popular actor and director. One of his films, The Jungle Book which released on April 15, 2016, earned the gross of over $966 million. Moreover, His direction and acting film Iron Man earned the gross of $585 million in 2008.
After quitting the college education, Jon moved to Chicago where he started working at several improv comedy sketches at theaters including ImprovOlympic and the Improv Institute.
The american actor made his film debut in the movie Rudy where he played the role of D-Bob alongside the actor Sean Astin in 1993. Following then, he appeared on the television comedy series Seinfeld in 1994.
Favreau starred as Pete Becker in the sketch-comedy series Friends in 1997. Following then, he also appeared in Tracey Takes On… in 1996-1997.
As a screenwriter and actor, Jon worked in the film Swingers in 1996. Some of his popular films are Elf (2003), Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005), Cowboys & Aliens (2011), Chef (2014), The Jungle Book (2016) and The Lion King (2019).
Moreover, he also worked with MCU and directed the film Iron Man where Robert Downey Jr played the role of Tony Stark (Iron Man) and Favreau starred as Happy Hogan in 2008.
Jon Fabreau is an american actor, director, producer, and screenwriter, best known for the role of Happy Hogan in the MCU film Iron Man.
Jon Favreau is 52 years old as of 2019.
Jon Favreau is 6 feet 1 inch or 1.85 meters tall.
Jon Favreau has a net worth of $60 million as of July 2019.