Jonah Hill

Birth Name: 
Jonah Hill Feldstein
Best Known For: 

Peter Brand in "Moneyball"

Short bio: 

Jonah Hill Feldstein was born December 20, 1983 in Los Angeles, California. While in college, Hill began writing his own plays and performing them in the Black and White bar in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. Hill became friends with Dustin Hoffman's children, Rebecca and Jake, who introduced Hill to their father. Dustin later asked Hill to audition for a role in I Heart Huckabees, and that's where he made his film debut. Hill is best known for his roles in Superbad (2007), Knocked Up (2007), Funny People (2009), Get Him to the Greek (2010), Moneyball (2011), 21 Jump Street (2012), and This Is the End (2013), as well as for his voice role in How to Train Your Dragon (2010). Hill was first nominated for a Teen Choice Award for his role in Accepted (2006) as Sherman Schrader and in 2011 was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Moneyball.


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Submitted by philip (not verified) on

I got us a nice apartment in Knoxville, Tennessee. Ready to move in when you are!!!


P.S: it's next to my old house on the hill! summit circle 37919

Submitted by Marlena (not verified) on

Hi! Many thanks for doc on netflix!!! Amazing! And so needed! Everyone MUST SEE! you are amazing actor! And please dont waist your kilograms! You are great as tou are!!!! And in many movies you were my favourive character! ( ofc wolf of wallstreet, moneyball) I understood that being perfect is not normal, it is nothing wrong to try to achieve that but so called normal is being unperfect and ability to realise that is crucial thank you so much for those pearls !!! And you are both so great and funny and weird in a positive way in a movie, you passing through the glass of TV!

Submitted by Craig (not verified) on

I saw your interview with Mick Fanning. I always kinda liked you but it’s hard to tell sometimes what celebrities are like. You came across so down to earth in the chat with Mick! Welcome to the surfing clan brother, and please keep at it. You seem like you have a great attitude and surfing will definitely serve to further fulfill your life, I’ll be 50 in December and have been surfing since I was 15, starting in Florida but have now surfed around the world - US East coast, CA, HI, Oz, Central America, Europe, the Caribbean, Europe...keep surfing Jonah and it will make you a better person than you already are. I guess bottom line I wanted to let you know you really connected with me during your chat with Mick, and I’m sure there are many others who feel the same way, Mick was awesome as well of course, Keep surfing and live the Aloha brother!


Submitted by Melody Clarke (not verified) on

Hi Jonah,
I'm sure you won't see this and I don't want to be creepy. Just a 54-year-old empty nester who is busy trying to piece back together my life. I watched your film Stutz and wanted to say, "thank you". If you were hoping to make a difference, you did. By the way, the film was raw, beautiful and so very special. Especially to me. Anyhow, this is awkward, and my grown sons think I'm crazy for sending this message. I'm sure you will never see this. But just in case, I see you. Keep going. All the best-Melody Clarke

Submitted by Kitty A Clark (not verified) on

I felt compelled to share my gratitude for "Stutz." Too, I had to "squeeze some juice," and tell you the vulnerability you both shared struck me as quite powerful and honest. More than the delivery and authentic content, the whole purpose of the undertaking, the motivation behind making the film to begin with, makes me eternally grateful. If you ever find yourself in Waco, Tx, you have a friend who would love to shake your hand and buy you a meal. Thank you, Jonah. 🌻

Submitted by Melissa (not verified) on

Thank you for making Stutz. Showing your growth and vulnerability was so amazing. Both of your stories were fantastic. I have always wanted to be a counselor. I got a bachelor's in psychology years ago and never followed through because I thought I was not good enough to help others. Now I realize that I don't have to be perfect to help others. I am truly inspired. I hope your film reaches many many people and helps them get some much needed relief in life. What an amazing gift to give the world.

Submitted by James Siegman, ... (not verified) on

Just wanted to pass along that as a mental health clinician and having watched Stutz, I feel you have done a fantastic service to people suffering with mental illness. I recommend "Stutz" to my clients every day I work. I have learned techniques from this that are applicable as well. Thank you for making this movie!!!!

Submitted by Shane Walsh (not verified) on

Loved you as an actor already.However seeing this documentary puts you on a different level with me.Love the honesty..As I have struggled to be happy in my life for a very long time and battling addictions loss of loved ones and the feeling of being alone the universe directed me back to renew my membership with Netflix to watch your movie first.I want more and I'm going to use these tools and try to find happier me.I do believe in God and Christ but sometimes you need tools and someone who is going through it..Thanks for putting this out there..I needed it today!

Submitted by Cassandra Guilarte (not verified) on

It takes so much to open up about mental health and It's so prevalent in our society today. For you to allow yourself and Phil to show your vulnerability and talk about the ways you both have found to cope with life and how to apply them... it made me so appreciative and happy. Thank you for giving me some "tools" to use and I will definitely buy Phil's book. The love that you have for each other is so genuine and sweet and I'm thankful that I was able to see what a good therapy session could eventually turn into. I hope you continue to search for happiness and I wish you and Phil the very best ❤

Submitted by E (not verified) on

What a beautiful relationship to share with us. Thank you for creating this film and the generosity. I hope you get much recognition for your talents with gratitude and love.

Submitted by GiGi (not verified) on

Dear Mr. Hill,

I am a fat non binary lesbian from Germany and I have the urging need to tell you that I have always HATED the fucking fat phobia that you've had to deal with your entire career. I think you are an amazing artist. Though I find The wolf of wallstreet to be a pretty shitty movie, I cannot but watch it twice each year, and that's because I love your performance in it.
You are so beautiful, and you bring an intensity and an honesty to the screen, that touches me deeply each time I watch your work.
You are extremely hot for a cis male, and even my super dyke heart is in love with your blue million miles eyes.
Continue to be amazing,
Yours in deep admiration,

Submitted by Dani (not verified) on

Thank you for making "Stutz". I've been struggling for over 15 years on how to deal with my son's very serious drug addiction. I bought the book in audio and printed format. Finally found the tools I can use with positive results to help me deal with my anxiety, fears and profound sadness. Thank you so very much for sharing yourself and Phil with all of us. You made a difference!

Submitted by Ilan Benmergui (not verified) on

Jonah I've been a fan of yours from the start, I always identified with you because we were both chubby Jewish kids and I went through a lot to not quite shed the nerdy self-hating "x." Anyway I just wanted to thank you for sharing Stutz with the world. You deserve every bit of praise for putting yourself out there like that and sharing the miraculous tools this gentleman gave you.

Submitted by Andrew Wilson (not verified) on

Dear Mr Hill,

Thank you for making Strutz, this bio documentary has helped me turn my life around. I was an addict and unhappy with life but after following the steps of working on my life force and appreciating who I am am proud to say I am sobber and not thinking about using, as well as being healthy and happy.

Submitted by Rob (not verified) on

So I saw your movie mid '90s and it spoke to me because that's how I lived. I grew up in the '90s. I'm 43 right now. I watch a lot of your movies. This is a good one... I wish you the best...

Submitted by Christine (not verified) on

Hi Jonah
I wanted to let you know that I also suffer from anxiety, depression, OCD. It is hard but manageable. Know that you are not alone and you will always have brothers and sisters our there that feel the same way. If you need to talk to someone please do

Submitted by Michael (not verified) on

Just seen the mid90s movie, bloody brilliant Mr Hill. You are so accomplished with your acting but this directorial role shows how talented you really are. Related to this movie on so many levels and the ending was perfect. Hope to see more into the future.

Submitted by Zels001@gmail.c... (not verified) on

I actually don't believe you said anything wrong. Everyone has their own ways of looking at things and their own philosophy I only with more people had your look on things then this place wouldn't be so bad. Keep your head up.

Submitted by Can (not verified) on

Dear Jonah,
Writing this as I'm watching the closing credits of Stutz.
Very cool thing you did for everyone with this movie, wanted to say thank you for doing so in such an intimate way.
Hope the special effects weren't too expensive though. Ha ha.
Wishing you a pleasant time reading through your fan mail.

Submitted by Carolann George (not verified) on

I’ve suffered with Depression for more than 40 yrs. I’ve worked my butt off to heal to stop the madness from going into my next generation, my children. They were raised with a very sick single Mom, yet I managed to always keep my eyes on the prize, the boys. Gratefully they’ve thank me for showing them to never give up. They said they had a great childhood. Jonah? By sharing your journey, I finally can hear and see. It was the diagram of going into fear and keep returning. Round and around I went. Seeing it on paper I needed to move through my comfort zone, the fear, made it click. I’m building trust with my sons now. By my actions and steadfast to do the work effectively, I pray I gain their trust and they let me into more of their world. No one ever mentioned what the effects of being raised by a Mom with severe mental illness would do to our family. I’m heartbroken and know the only thing I can do is to live peacefully and with joy. I’m in my last chapter of my journey here on earth, I’m running out of precious time in building trust with them. It’s happening, just not fast enough. I mentioned generations … the impact of my healing is helping my sons and now my grandchildren. Their parenting style will impact many more generations to come. Thank you for being so brave. I’m sad you’re managing panic attacks. Go gently with yourself, it will come. Promise!

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