Jonathan Majors is a television star who broke into the industry with the advent of shows such as When We Rise. Following this, Majors would work with notable directors like Spike Lee. This made him a hot property in Hollywood as several studios lined up to look him down to their Franchises. Learn about his family members.
Just recently, we learned that Jonathan signed a multi-picture deal with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Consequently, he is set to take on the fan-favorite role of ‘Kang the Conqueror’ in a few upcoming films.
This is what you need to know about Jonathan Major’s height and net worth.
Net Worth and Income
Majors has made his income and net worth on the back of 18 different shows and films. In 2019, Jonathan took the lead role in the Last Black Man in San Francisco. The film grossed around $4.6 million in total. A year later, Jonathan also worked on the Netflix film, Da 5 Bloods, which was made on a budget of $45 million.
Another successful film Majors worked on was the crime drama, White Boy Rick. It made more than $26 million at the box office. Currently, Jonathan Majors’ net worth is $1.3 million.
How Tall is Jonathan Majors? Height
Jonathan is well above average as far as his height goes. He stands at 1.83 meters tall, or 6 feet tall. Though he has a formidable frame, Majors also revealed that his size often weighs negatively on his mind. This is because tall black men like himself are often perceived as a threat in America.
Family: Parents and Siblings
Jonathan Majors’ parents were both respected members of the community. His father was an army man who served in the Air-force at a base in Lompoc. Majors’ mother, on the other hand, was a religious leader for the Methodist Church. Additionally, Jonathan has two other siblings. These include a younger brother called Cameron and a sister named Monica.
In an interview, Jonathan admitted that his father walked away from the family.
Majors did not see him again for nearly two decades, after which, they were able to fix their broken relationship. After their father abandoned them, Jonathan and the rest of his family relocated to Dallas, before eventually settling in Cedar Hill.