Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth

Jonathan Lipnicki Net Worth

What is Jonathan Lipnicki’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $4 million.

Jonathan Lipnicki – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $4 million
Date of birth: October 22, 1990 (33 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 170 cm
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Jonathan Lipnicki is an American actor, producer, and writer who has a net worth of $4 million. Lipnicki is best known for his performance as Ray Boyd in the 1996 film “Jerry Maguire.” Jonathan has more than 50 acting credits to his name, including the films “Stuart Little” (1999), “The Little Vampire” (2000), and “Like Mike” (2002) and the television series “The Jeff Foxworthy Show” (1996–1997) and “Meego” (1997). Lipnicki wrote and produced the 2014 short film “You Used to Be Cute,” and he has produced the films “Broken Roads” (2012), “Welcome to Willits” (2016), “Altitude” (2017), and “Initiation” (2020). He has also appeared on the dating reality series “Celebs Go Dating” (2018) and the Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America” (2019).


In 1996, Lipnicki made both his film and television debuts, co-starring with Tom Cruise and Renée Zellweger in “Jerry Maguire” and playing Justin Foxworthy on “The Jeff Foxworthy Show.” “Jerry Maguire” grossed $273.6 million at the box office and earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. In 1997, Jonathan starred as Alex Parker on the sitcom “Meego” and guest-starred on “The Single Guy,” then he lent his voice to the film “Dr. Dolittle” in 1998. He starred as George Little in 1999’s “Stuart Little” and 2002’s “Stuart Little 2,” and he played the lead role of Tony Thompson in 2000’s “The Little Vampire.” In 2000, Lipnicki had a recurring role as Buzz Thompson on “Dawson’s Creek,” then he appeared in 2002’s “Like Mike” and 2003’s “When Zachary Beaver Came to Town” and guest-starred on a 2003 episode of “Touched By An Angel.”

Personal Life

Jonathan has supported the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the NBA’s Read to Achieve program, and the Starlight Children Foundation. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation honored Lipnicki as one of its “Heroes of 2001” when he was just 10 years old. He has served as a spokesperson for Kids Day America/International and Pediatric Chiropractic, and he has been involved with animal rights organizations such as Nutz for Mutts and Pets and their Stars. Jonathan began training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as a teenager, and he earned his black belt in 2020.


“I always like to keep myself moving.”

— Jonathan Lipnicki

“I live in Hollywood. Go three feet and you will run into someone more cut and better looking than me. For me, working out is more about keeping my temperament great. Jujitsu and lifting keep me very even.”

— Jonathan Lipnicki

“I work free-weights and do circuit training with my trainer 4-5 times a week. I also train in Brazilian Ju Jitsu several times a week.”

— Jonathan Lipnicki

“I’m really into jujitsu. I’m a purple belt. I love it. It’s a big part of my life.”

— Jonathan Lipnicki

“I grew up in Westlake Villiage, a suburb of L.A. There was a guy there who was a fighter and was like, ‘I’ll teach you to box.’ I started a little bit of boxing, then it crossed over into jiu-jitsu. I was into it for a little while, but then I started doing basketball, baseball, team sports.”

— Jonathan Lipnicki

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