Jesse Eisenberg has an estimated net worth of $10 million
Jesse Eisenberg is an American actor and playwright with an estimated net worth of $10 million. He is 5’7 1/2″ and weighs 140 pounds. One of three children, Jesse Adam Eisenberg was born on October 5, 1983 in Queens, New York and grew up in New Jersey. Discovering a talent for performing as a child, he starred in several children’s theatre productions before attending the High School of Performing Arts in New York. By 2005, the teen had made his big screen debut in films Roger Dodger (2002), The Village (2004), and 2005’s The Squid and the Whale, for which he earned an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male.
After notable roles in 2009 films Adventureland and Zombieland, the actor catapulted to overnight fame with his most recognizable work to date as Facebook founder “Mark Eisenberg” in David Fincher’s acclaimed film The Social Network. His remarkable portrayal of the entrepreneur garnered him a number of accolades including Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. Over the last few years, the actor has starred several noteworthy films such as 30 Minutes or Less (2011), Rio (2011), and the box-office hit Now You See Me (2013), alongside Morgan Freeman and Woody Harrelson.
Outside of his work in front of the camera, Jesse is an accomplished theatre actor with performances in plays Scarcity, Asuncion, and The Revisionist. The actor is currently at work reprising his role of “J. Daniel Atlas” in the 2015 sequel Now You See Me Again and in the black comedy American Ultra (2015), opposite Kristen Stewart. An avid animal lover, Jesse is a vegetarian as well as a supporter of Farm Sanctuary, which promotes laws that support farm animal welfare. The actor has never been married and has no children.
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