Jonathan Taylor Thomas Net Worth

Jonathan Taylor Thomas is one of the actors who has been around since he was a kid. He is one of the rare cases and he is one of the child actors who made it. As he has been around for a quite long time, there is no doubt that he has earned a lot. If you are wondering about his net worth and how much he has collected in his pocket, please keep reading the article as the information about it will be featured below.

Summary

    • Full Name: Jonathan Taylor Weiss
    • Nick Name: Jonathan Taylor Thomas
    • Place of Birth: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, United States
    • Date of Birth: September 8, 1981
    • Age: 39 years old
    • Occupation: Actor, director
    • Father: Stephen Weiss
    • Mother: Claudine Gonsalves
    • Relatives: Jeff Weiss (uncle)
    • Education: Chaminade College Preparatory Schools, Harvard University, St. Andrew University, Columbia School of General Studies

Jonathan Taylor Thomas Net Worth

Net Worth

The American actor, voice actor, former child star and teen idol named Jonathan Taylor Thomas has an estimated net worth of $16 million. To understand how he managed to earn a lot, one must read about his career. Below is the information that unveils about his career in the entertainment industry.

Career

1990 was the year when Jonathan Taylor Thomas made his debut on TV by playing the role of the son of Greg Brady on The Bradys, Kevin Brady. For those who have no idea, it is the spin-off of the TV show shown as The Brady Bunch that was released in the 1970s. He then starred in a total of three episodes of the sketch comedy series aired on Fox named In Living Color. In the same year, he acted as Randy Taylor on sitcom Home Improvement aired by ABC. In 1998, he left the show to focus on his studies.

In the beginning of 2004, Jonathan Taylor Thomas took a small guest role on another sitcom by ABC named 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. In both 2002 and 2004, he also starred in Smallville by WB. A year after appearing on 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter and Smallville, he landed a role in UPN’s high school detective drama known as Veronica Mars. Plus, he was also on Home Improvement for the episode of The E! True Hollywood Story’s.

On March 22, 2013, Jonathan Taylor Thomas made an appearance as a guest on the second season finale of the sitcom called Last Man Standing. The sitcom was his third project with ABC. Beside that one, he was also featured in the fourth episode of the third season that was aired on October 10, 2015. In that one, the actor got a chance to reunite with Tim Allen who played the role of his father on Home Improvement. Two years later, he made an appearance again as a guest on the twelfth episode of the fourth season of Last Man Standing. He took a different role this time and played as Randy. Once again, he reunited with the actors who played as his parents on Home Improvement, Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson.

In the film industry, Jonathan Taylor Thomas starred in a lot of films during and after his run on the sitcom named Home Improvement. When he was a kid, he participated in a few projects, including an animated film by Disney called The Lion King. In the film, he lent his voice to the protagonist named Simba the cub. Aside from that, the actor also took part in live action films such as Disney: Man of the House, Tom and Huck, and I’ll Be Home for Christmas. The other live action films with him in it include The Adventures of Pinocchio, Wild America, Speedway Junky, and Walking Across Egypt.

Film:

    • 1994: The Lion King; Pom Poko
    • 1995: Man of the House; Tom and Huck
    • 1996: The Adventures of Pinocchio
    • 1997: Wild America
    • 1998: I Woke Up Early the Day I Died; I’ll Be Home for Christmas; The Emperor’s New Clothes: An All-Star Illustrated Retelling of the Classic Fairy Tale
    • 1999: Speedway Junky; Walking Across Egypt
    • 2000: Common Ground; The Tangerine Bear: Home in Time for Christmas!; Timothy Tweedle the First Christmas Elf
    • 2001: Tilt-A-Whirl
    • 2005: Thru the Moebius Strip
    • TBD: Descendants: Magical Wishes Adventure

TV:

    • 1987-1993: The Adventures of Spot
    • 1990: The Bradys
    • 1991: In Living Color
    • 1991-1998: Home Improvement
    • 1994: The Itsy Bitsy Spider
    • 1996: The Oz Kids
    • 2000: Ally McBeal; The Wild Thornberrys
    • 2002: Smallville
    • 2003: The Simpsons
    • 2004: Smallville; 8 Simple Rules
    • 2005: Veronica Mars
    • 2013-2015: Last Man Standing

Video games:

    • 1996: The Adventures of Pinocchio
    • 2006: Kingdom Hearts II

Production credits:

    • 2006: The Extra
    • 2013-2016: Last Man Standing

Awards:

Wins:

    • 1994 – Young Artist Awards for Outstanding Youth Ensemble in a Television series (Home Improvement)
    • 1996 – ShoWest Convention: ShoWest Award for Young Star of the Year
    • 1997 – Young Artists Awards for Best Performance in a Voiceover – Young Artists (The Adventures of Pinocchio)
    • 1998 – Kid’s Choice Awards: Blimp Award for Favorite Television Actor (Home Improvement)
    • 1999 – Kid’s Choice Awards: Hall of Fame Award

Nominations:

    • 1993 – Young Artist Awards for Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Series (Home Improvement)
    • 1995: Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films: Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor (The Lion King)
    • 1996 – Young Artists Awards for Best Young Leading Actor – Feature Film (Tom Huck)
    • 1996 – Kid’s Choice Awards: Blimp Award for Favorite Movie Actor (To and Huck)
    • 1997 – Kid’s Choice Awards: Blimp Award for Favorite Television Actor (Home Improvement)
    • 1997 – Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films: Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor (The Adventures of Pinocchio)
    • 1997 – YoungStar Awards for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series (Home Improvement)
    • 1997 – YoungStar Awards for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy Film (Tom and Huck)
    • 1998 – YoungStar Awards for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series (Home Improvement)
    • 1999 – Kid’s Choice Awards: Blimp Award for Favorite TV Actor (Home Improvement)

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