Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth – 2022

Jonathan Lipnicki

Net Worth $4 Million
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession Actor, Film Producer
Gender Male
Date of Birth Oct 22, 1990 (31 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth:

$4 Million

How Much Is Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth?

American actor, producer, and writer Jonathan Lipnicki has a net worth of $4 million. Lipnicki is most recognized for his portrayal as Ray Boyd in “Jerry Maguire” (1996). Jonathan has appeared in over 50 films and television programs, including “Stuart Little” (1999), “The Little Vampire” (2000), and “Like Mike” (2002), and “The Jeff Foxworthy Show” (1996–1997) and “Meego” (1997). Lipnicki created and produced the 2014 short film “You Used to Be Cute,” and he has also produced “Broken Roads” (2012), “Welcome to Willits” (2016), “Altitude” (2017), and “Initiation” (2020). In addition, he has participated on the 2018 season of “Celebs Go Dating” and “Worst Cooks” on the Food Network (2019).

Early Years

Jonathan Lipnicki was born Jonathan William Lipnicki in Westlake Village, California on October 22, 1990. His Jewish family consisted of his mother Rhonda, father Joseph, and elder sister Alexis. Jonathan attended Agoura High School in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Agoura Hills.


Lipnicki made his film and television debuts in 1996, appearing with Tom Cruise and Renée Zellweger in “Jerry Maguire” and as Justin Foxworthy on “The Jeff Foxworthy Show.” “Jerry Maguire” made $273,6 million at the box office and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. In 1997, Jonathan portrayed Alex Parker on the comedy “Meego” and appeared as a guest character on “The Single Guy.” In 1998, he provided his voice for the film “Dr. Dolittle.” In 1999’s “Stuart Little” and 2002’s “Stuart Little 2,” he portrayed George Little, and in 2000’s “The Little Vampire,” he portrayed Tony Thompson. Lipnicki had a recurring role as Buzz Thompson on “Dawson’s Creek” in 2000, then featured in 2002’s “Like Mike” and 2003’s “When Zachary Beaver Came to Town” as well as a 2003 episode of “Touching An Angel.”

In 2009, Jonathan featured as a guest role on “Secret Girlfriend” and “Monk,” and he subsequently appeared in the films “Shark Pool” (2011), “For the Love of Money” (2012), “Edge of Salvation” (2012), “Bad Asses” (2014), “Tag” (2015), and “Loserville” (2015). (2016). In 2017, he participated in seven films, including “Altitude,” “Boone: The Bounty Hunter,” “Beware The Lake,” and “Country Thunder,” and in 2018, he competed against Danielle Fishel on “Drop the Mic” In 2019, Lipnicki featured as a guest star on “The Resident,” in the film “A Second Chance,” and finished sixth on “America’s Worst Cooks.”

Personal Life

Jonathan has contributed to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, NBA’s Read to Achieve, and Starlight Children’s Foundation. At the age of 10, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation named Lipnicki one of its “Heroes of 2001.” He has worked as a spokesman for Kids Day America/International and Pediatric Chiropractic, and he has been associated with animal rights groups like Nutz for Mutts and Pets and their Stars. Jonathan began Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training as a youngster, and in 2020 he received his black belt.

Honors and Candidatures

“Jerry Maguire” earned Lipnicki the 1997 Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Child Performance. In 1997, he won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film by an Actor Age Ten or Under for his work in “Jerry Maguire.” In addition, he was nominated for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Feature Film for “Stuart Little” (2000) and “The Little Vampire” (2001). “The Little Vampire” also got Jonathan a Saturn Award nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films. He has been nominated for three YoungStar Awards and won the award for Best Young Actor/Performance in a Motion Picture Comedy in 2000 for “Stuart Little.” Other YoungStar Award nominations were Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Drama Film for “Jerry Maguire” (1997) and Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy Television Series for “Meego” (1998).

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