Monday 3 July 2017

Jon Favreau

An erstwhile Indie film favourite, Jon Favreau is an American actor, director and comedian. He is well-known for his movies such as Rudy Swingers, Very Bad Things, The Break-up, Couples Retreat,  and Chef. Other than that, he has even directed movies like Elf, Iron Man sequel, Cowboys & Aliens, and Jungle Book. He has even been the executive producer of The Avengers and Iron Man 3. Fairview Entertainment is his production. Favreau is an alumnus of ImprovOlympic improvisation troupe, with fellow members such as Chris Farley, Ian Gomez, Tim Meadows and others. Favreau directed the NBC show Revolution, and Walt Disney production The Jungle Book. A director of extraordinary prowess and skill, his movies have earned millions in profit.

Jon Favreau Religion

Jon's father is of German, Italian, French and Canadian ancestry and was a Christian. His mother was from a Jewish family.

Jon Favreau Political Views

Favreau's political predisposition was difficult to extract as he has never vouched for any political party. Being a prominent comedian, it can safely guessed that he is a liberal. However, it cannot be confirmed.

Who is he/she dating?

Jon is married to Joya Tillem who is a physician and has three children.

Jon Favreau Hobbies

A former Wall Street man, he even wanted to become a fireman. This shows interest in finances and mostly in acting and direction.

Interesting Facts

He was once a judge of NBC primetime reality TV business show The Apprentice.

He once appeared in the mega-blockbuster sitcom Friends.

His career began at Bear Stearns, Wall Street which he quit as he considered becoming a New York City fireman.

Jon is set to make a sequel to Chef, which will feature Indian cuisine.

He is a drop-out City University of New York.