Jonathan Taylor Thomas Bio, Age, Career, Controversies, Net Worth

Jonathan Taylor Thomas's Net Worth as of November 2022 is $18 Million

Quick Facts of Jonathan Taylor Thomas

Net Worth$18 Million
SalaryNot Known
Height5 ft 4 in
Date of Birth8 September, 1981
ProfessionActors

Jonathan Taylor Thomas is popularly known for portraying Randy Taylor on Home Improvement and also voicing Simba in Disney’s 1994 film The Lion King and Pinocchio in Newline Cinema’s 1996 film The Adventures of Pinocchio.

Jonathan Taylor Thomas’ Bio, Age

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Jonathan Taylor Thomas is an actor and filmmaker from the United States. He is well recognized for his role as Randy Taylor on Home Improvement, as well as his roles as young Simba in Disney’s The Lion King (1994) and Pinocchio in New Line Cinema’s The Adventures Of Pinocchio (1996). He did, however, star in the movie Tom and Huck, I’ll be home for Christmas. Thomas’ most recent acting role was as John Baker/Randy in Last Man Standing, which he played from 2013 to 2015. On VH1’s “100 Greatest Kid Stars,” he was ranked #25. Jonathan Taylor was born on September 8, 1981, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in the United States. He is of Dutch and Portuguese ancestry and holds an American passport. As of 2021, he is 39 years old.

Jonathan Taylor Thomas’ Career

Thomas debuted on television in 1990, playing Kevin Brady, Greg Brady’s son, on The Bradys, a spin-off of the 1970s sitcom The Brady Bunch. Thomas had three appearances on Fox’s sketch comedy series In Living Color in 1991. He was cast as Randy Taylor on ABC’s sitcom Home Improvement the same year. Thomas stayed at Home Improvement until he was a teenager, then left in 1998 to pursue his scholastic goals.

Thomas had a short guest role on another ABC sitcom, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, in early 2004, and he starred on the WB’s Smallville in 2002 and 2004. He starred in UPN’s high school detective drama Veronica Mars in 2005, and he also appeared in an episode of The E! True Hollywood Story about Home Improvement.
Thomas appeared in the second-season finale of his third ABC sitcom Last Man Standing on March 22, 2013, and again in the fourth episode of the third season on October 11, 2013, reuniting with Tim Allen, his Home Improvement TV father.
On January 10, 2015, Thomas reprised his role as Randy in the twelfth episode of the fourth season of Last Man Standing, reuniting with his Home Improvement TV parents, Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson.

Thomas had a short guest role on another ABC sitcom, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, in early 2004, and he starred on the WB’s Smallville in 2002 and 2004. He starred in UPN’s high school detective drama Veronica Mars in 2005, and he also appeared in an episode of The E! True Hollywood Story about Home Improvement.
Thomas appeared in the second-season finale of his third ABC sitcom Last Man Standing on March 22, 2013, and again in the fourth episode of the third season on October 11, 2013, reuniting with Tim Allen, his Home Improvement TV father.
On January 10, 2015, Thomas reprised his role as Randy in the twelfth episode of the fourth season of Last Man Standing, reuniting with his Home Improvement TV parents, Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson.

Jonathan Thomas’ Girlfriend

Jonathan Taylor Thomas is not yet married, although he is engaged to Natalie Wright, a writer. In 2007, the couple was married. They met on the set of The Extra in 2006, when Thomas worked as a director and Wright authored the narratives, before getting engaged. They fell in love quickly, and the rest is history. The pair had planned to marry within the next several days. Their wedding was set to take place in Westlake Village, California, according to sources. The couple previously resided in California with their families and friends. However, due to personal difficulties, they reportedly ended their engagement in 2008.

The Lion King actor preferred to keep his personal life more secret after their breakup. As of right now, the former child star appears to be single and has opted to leave the Hollywood celebrity lifestyle.

Jonathan Thomas’ Controversies

Even though Jonathan Taylor Thomas has always shied away from the spotlight and has even moved his attention away from a profession in the entertainment industry, he has not been able to escape the curiosity of fans and the media. Thomas had long been the target of sexual theories, having played a bisexual hustler in ‘Speedway Junky’ (1999) and a closeted gay student in ‘Common Ground’ (1999). During an interview with ‘The Advocate’ in 2000, he had to confront the rumors, stating that his agency had alerted him about the website ‘CyberSleaze’ spreading misinformation about him.

He went on to say that he didn’t give those stories much thought until his grandmother became concerned after hearing them on the radio. Chelsea Handler, the host of the television show Chelsea Handler, fanned the rumors in 2011 by bringing up the subject during an interview with Lo Bosworth, although the video of the conversation was later taken off. Thomas was the latest victim of a death hoax on Facebook in August 2018, when someone claimed he had died on the social media network. It was, however, only one of countless celebrity death hoaxes on the internet, and his representative officially announced that he was alive and well following the incident.

Jonathan Thomas’ Net Worth

Jonathan Taylor Thomas is an actor and director from the United States with a net worth of $18 million. In 1995, he received a salary of $6,00,000 from the film Tom And Huck. He earns a lot of money from his other jobs, such as advertising and cameo roles, and he has a lot of money.

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