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Jon Favreau is an actor, director, producer, and screenwriter from the United States. Rudy (1993), PCU (1994), Swingers (1996), Very Bad Things (1998), The Replacements (2000), Daredevil (2003), The Break-Up (2006), Couples Retreat (2009), I Love You, Man (2009), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), and Chef are among Favreau’s acting credits (2014).

Jon Favreau (American actor)

In the films Iron Man (2008) and Iron Man 2, he directed, produced, and starred as Happy Hogan (2010). He also worked on the films The Avengers (2012), Iron Man 3 (2013), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019), and Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) as an executive producer and/or as a character (2019).

Jonathan Kolia Favreau was born in Flushing, Queens, New York, to Madeleine, a special education teacher, and Charles Favreau, an elementary school teacher who died of leukaemia in 1979.  His mother was Jewish (of Russian-Jewish lineage), and his father is a Catholic with Italian and French-Canadian roots.  Favreau quit Hebrew school to pursue a career in acting.


While in Chicago, Favreau scored his first film part as teacher D-Bob in the sleeper hit Rudy, with Sean Astin (1993). During filming, Favreau met Vince Vaughn, who had a minor role in the film. The next year, he starred alongside Jeremy Piven in the college film PCU and as Eric the Clown in the Seinfeld episode “The Fire” from 1994. Favreau then relocated to Los Angeles.

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Favreau attended Queens College from 1984 to 1987 before dropping out. He graduated from The Bronx High Institution of Science, a talented school, in 1984. Mitchell Pollack, a college acquaintance, claimed that Favreau was known as “Johnny Hack” because of his skills in the game Hacky Sack.  Before returning to Queens Colony, he temporarily worked for Bear Stearns on Wall Street.

While in Chicago, Favreau scored his first film part as teacher D-Bob in the sleeper hit Rudy, with Sean Astin (1993).  During filming, Favreau met Vince Vaughn, who had a minor role in the film. The next year, he starred alongside Jeremy Piven in the college film PCU and as Eric the Clown in the Seinfeld episode “The Fire” from 1994. Favreau then relocated to Los Angeles.

For several episodes of the television sitcom Friends in 1997, he played Pete Becker, Monica Geller’s millionaire boyfriend who fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). In 1996 and 1997, Favreau appeared in the sketch comedy series Tracey Takes On…  In 1998, Favreau got the role of Gus Partenza in Deep Impact, and the following year, he rejoined Pive.

With Made, another self-penned screenplay, he made his feature directorial debut in 2001.  Made paired him up with his Swingers co-star Vince Vaughn once more. Favreau also appeared in the IFC cable television series Dinner for Five, which aired from 2001 to 2005. In 2001, Favreau appeared in an episode of the college drama Undeclared as a guest director, and he also had some screen time as a lawyer.

He also starred in Steve Anderson’s film The Big Empty (2003). His role, John Person, was an unemployed actor tasked with delivering a blue bag to a man named Cowboy in the desert.  In the 2002 film The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest, Favreau is listed as a screenwriter. He had his first financial triumph in the fall of 2003 as a director of the successful film.


Favreau played Leo, Harry Sanborn’s (Nicholson) personal assistant, who visited Harry in the hospital in Something’s Gotta Give (a film starring Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson).  Favreau directed Zathura, a film adaptation of the children’s book, in 2005. Favreau continued to feature in films and television shows on a regular basis. In the roman arena, he reunited with his friend Vaughn. Favreau also featured in week five of NBC’s primetime reality business show The Apprentice in 2005 as a guest judge and executive representative of Sony Corporation. He was asked to judge the efforts of the show’s two teams of participants, who were tasked with designing and building a float to promote his Sony Pictures film Zathura: A Space Adventure, which he directed in 2005.

 

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