Jason Bateman

TV Actor

Jason Bateman was born in Rye, New York, United States on January 14th, 1969 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 55, Jason Bateman biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Jason Kent Bateman, Jason
Date of Birth
January 14, 1969
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Rye, New York, United States
Age
55 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Networth
$30 Million
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Film Producer, Television Actor, Voice Actor
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Jason Bateman Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 55 years old, Jason Bateman has this physical status:

Height
180cm
Weight
76kg
Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Blue
Build
Average
Measurements
Not Available
Jason Bateman Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Christianity
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Pacific Hills School
Jason Bateman Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Amanda Anka ​(m. 2001)​
Children
2
Dating / Affair
Alexondra Lee (January 1997-September 1997), Amanda Anka (July 2001-Present)
Parents
Kent Bateman, Victoria Elizabeth
Siblings
Justine Bateman (Older Sister) (Writer, Director, Producer, Actress). He also has 3 half-brothers.
Other Family
Paul Anka (Father-in-law) (Actor, Composer), Duke (Nephew), Olivia (Niece), Amelia (Sister-in-law), Anthea (Sister-in-law), Alicia (Sister-in-law), Alexandra (Sister-in-law), Leo George Bateman (Paternal Grandfather), Gladys McGee (Paternal Grandmother)
Jason Bateman Life

Jason Kent Bateman (born January 14, 1969) is an American actor, director, and producer.

He first appeared on television in the early 1980s on Little House on the Prairie, Silver Spoons, and the Hogan Family.

Michael Bluth played him in the sitcom Arrested Development, for which he received a Golden Globe and a Satellite Award in the 2000s.

He has appeared in Teen Wolf Too (1987), The Break-Up (2006), Juno (2007), Hancock (2008), Up in the Air, Couples Retreat, Extract (all 2009), The Switch (2010), Horrible Bosses (2011) and its sequel (2014), Zootopia (both 2016) and Game Night (2018). Bateman made his directorial debut with the black comedy Bad Words (2013), in which he also appeared.

Since being a director and actor on The Family Fang (2015) and the Netflix crime drama series Ozark (2017–present), he has been involved.

In 2019, Bateman received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for his role in Ozark, and he has received a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role.

Early life

Bateman was born in Rye, New York, and he was four years old when his family first moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, and then California. Victoria Elizabeth, his mother, was a flight attendant for Pan Am and was born in Shrewsbury, the United Kingdom. Kent Bateman, his father, is an American actor, writer, and film and television producer. Justine Bateman, his older sister, is a playwright. He also has three half-brothers.

Batemans never completed high school. Bateman admitted that he never got his diploma because of not finishing his finals while filming Teen Wolf Too, in a Wired Magazine interview.

Bateman and Justine told Best Life magazine that they helped their parents with their income from their television shows; he also revealed that he and Justine did not know that he was not there when he first started dating until Bateman was 20 years old.

Personal life

Bateman won the celebrity portion of the Long Beach Grand Prix in 1987.

On July 3, 2001, bateman married actress Amanda Anka, the daughter of singer Paul Anka. They have two children.

Bateman struggled with heroin and opioid use in the 1990s; he wrote about it in a 2009 interview: "I'd worked so hard that by the time I was 20, I wanted to play hard." I did this really well, it was like Risky Business for ten years."

Bateman is a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team.

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Jason Bateman Career

Career

Bateman appeared in a cereal commercial for Golden Grahams in 1980 and began his television career on Little House on the Prairie as James Cooper, an orphanage child whose sister is adopted by the Ingalls family. Derek Taylor, Ricky Schroder's "bad boy" best friend, from 1982 to 1984, appeared on the television show Silver Spoons as Ricky Schroder's "bad boy" best friend. In 1984, he appeared in the Knight Rider third-season episode "Lost Knight" and in a variety of other small television roles. In 1984, when Bateman's fame on Silver Spoons was bolstered by his presence on Silver Spoons, the show's producers gave him his own starring role as Matthew Burton on the NBC sitcom It's Your Move from September 1984 to 1985. In 1987, he appeared on Burt Reynolds' men's team in the first week of game show Win, Lose or Draw.

Bateman earned the reputation of a teenager idol in the mid-1980s, most notably as David Hogan on The Hogan Family (originally named Valerie and then Valerie Harper, after Valerie Harper left the series). When he turned 18, he became America's youngest-ever director. He earned international recognition in 1987 in the motion picture sequel Teen Wolf Too, which was a box office setback. In the television film This Can't Be Love, he appeared opposite Katharine Hepburn and Anthony Quinn in 1994. During this time, he appeared on four series, including Simon, Chicago Sons, George & Leo Leo, and Some of My Best Friends, none of which lasted longer than one season. In 1999, he also penned a copy of Two of a Kind. In 2002, he appeared in Thomas Jane's character in the comedy The Sweetest Thing.

In the comedy series Arrested Development, Michael Bluth was cast as Michael Bluth in 2003. Despite being critically acclaimed, the show never received high ratings and ended on February 10, 2006. In spring 2013, the spectacle was revived. Bateman has received numerous accolades for his work on the film, including a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy. In 2005, he was also nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series. On Netflix, the original cast of Argument Development, as well as Bateman, has been released. On February 12, 2005, Bateman appeared on the 2004 Democratic National Convention for The Majority Report, with Arrested Development co-star David Cross, and hosted NBC's Saturday Night Live. He appeared on Scrubs' "My Big Bird" as Mr. Sutton, a garbage man with a flock of ferocious ostriches as pets, in 2006. Bateman became a regular voice actor for the Fox comedy film Sit Down, Shut Up, in 2009. Larry Littlejunk, the gym instructor and the only one who can teach, spoke out against him.

Will Arnett, a producer and co-star of Bateman and Arnett, created "DumbDumb Productions," a film company focusing on digital content in 2010. Orbit's first video was "Prom Date," the first in a series of "Dirty Shorts" for Orbit. Bateman and the remainder of the original cast returned to Michael Bluth's role in Arrested Development in 2012. On May 26, 2013, the now-Netflix-sponsored series Season 4 of its Instant Watch website premiered. The series was expected to continue running as well as a potential feature film. Bateman was nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series once more in the current fourth season. The whole cast of the show will be returning for a fifth season, which premiered on May 29, 2018 and concluded on March 15, 2019.

Bateman returned to television as both actor and producer in Netflix's Ozark, in which he plays a financial advisor who must relocate his family to Missouri in order to loot money for a Mexican drug cartel. In AMC's Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston's portrayal of Walter White has been praised.

After winning the Screen Actor Guild Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Male Actor in a Drama Series for Ozark, Bateman received a trophy for his acceptance address. "I just want to tell the people that are at home and not working as often as they want," he says. You're just one job away." You're certainly gifted. Hang in there," says the narrator.

Tim Holifield of The Facts of Life appeared in 2021 in a reenactment of the third season's "Kids Can Be Cruel" in front of a Studio Audience version.

In 2004, Bateman appeared in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story as ESPN 8 ("The Ocho") commentator Pepper Brooks, as well as Kevin, Vince Vaughn's business partner. In 2006's The Break-Up, he reunited with Vaughn. Rupert "Rip" Reed with Ben Affleck in Smokin' Aces in 2007, and he appeared in The Kingdom, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, and Juno in 2007. Will Smith and Charlize Theron co-starred in the 2008 superhero film Hancock. Bateman's 2009 films included Extract, written and directed by Mike Judge, and Couples Retreat, reuniting four couples in a comedy revolving four couples in a tropical island resort's therapy session (Kristen Bell played his wife). He appeared in The Switch, a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston in 2010. He appeared in Horrible Bosses and The Change-Up in 2011 and played Special Agent Lorenzo Zoil in the comedy Paul.

Mansome, Bateman's first executive producer role with Will Arnett, was selected as a Spotlight selection for the Tribeca Film Festival in March 2012. Morgan Spurlock's documentary is a comedic glimpse at male identity as it is defined by men's grooming habits, featuring celebrities and expert comment. In 2012, he made a dramatic appearance in Disconnect, and starred in Identity Thief and the 2014 comedy film This Is Where I Leave You and Horrible Bosses 2. He also narrated the 2014 film Pump. In 2015, Bateman directed Joel Edgerton's thriller The Gift, starring Rebecca Hall and Edgerton. Aggregate Films, his production company, has expanded its relationship with Universal.

Bateman made his debut with Bad Words, which also starred. He also wrote and appeared in an adaptation of The Family Fang. Nick Wilde, the con artist fox in Zootopia, was the subject of a bateman. He appeared in and produced Game Night, an action comedy film that was released in 2018. His appearance at the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards were widely lauded, and he was nominated for best performance by a comedic actor at the San Diego Film Critics Society Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards.

In the video for Mumford and Sons' "Hopeless Wanderer," Bateman is included.

Bateman was originally planned to co-star and direct Clue with Ryan Reynolds in 2020. According to reports, Ozark had to cancel due to scheduling conflicts. Bateman was cast from another film in 2022, this time Scarlett Johansson's film Artemis due to technical differences. Bateman has been chosen to direct Netflix's Dark Wire, a film based on Joseph Cox's novel of the same name.

Bateman, Will Arnett, and Sean Hayes, along with Will Arnett and Sean Hayes, produced SmartLess, a comedy and talk show podcast.

Bateman, as well as Arrested Development co-star David Cross and Tony Hale, was chastised for publicly condemning Jeffrey Tambor's tumultuous behavior on the set of Arrested Development. During a cast interview for The New York Times Bateman in May 2018, the actor attempted to defuse the scandal:

Jessica Walters held back tears when speaking about Tambor (who was not present), insisting that the two had made amends after the incident.

Both three guys apologised to Walter within days of the interview. A bateman who had overreached himself in his attempt to investigate Tambor's behavior. Bateman was quoted in a Time interview, "I always thought it's important for people to treat one another with kindness at work," he said. The entire experience has aided me in doing a lot of listening, and I continue to do so to this day.

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Loaded gun is found close to Biden's Los Angeles fundraiser as wealthy and powerful assemble just blocks away from crime-ridden skid row amid protestors

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 16, 2024
A loaded gun was discovered near a Democratic fundraiser in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday. An officer could be seen picking the discarded weapon up off the sidewalk on Saturday. Also outside the event where Presidents Biden and Obama were both speaking, protesters, angered by current US policy on Israel and Palestine, clashed with law enforcement in riot gear. Demonstrators blocked the venue entrance, waving Palestinian flags and chanting slogans. Inside, a star-studded fundraiser aimed to rally support ahead of a crucial election.

Jude Law and Jason Bateman film scenes as unlikely siblings - as Laura Linney reunites with her Ozark husband on the set of new Netflix series Black Rabbit in NYC

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 14, 2024
Jude Law and Jason Bateman were spotted on the set of the mini series Black Rabbit in New York City on Thursday. The duo play unlikely siblings in the Netflix's mini series which is directed by Jason's former Ozark co-star Laura Linney, 60.  While filming on the busy streets, Jude, 51, rocked a white T-shirt and black trousers with his dark locks slicked back. 

John Goodman, 71, reveals he 'practically had a nervous breakdown' over recent career struggles: 'I feel like I'm still learning'

www.dailymail.co.uk, June 10, 2024
John Goodman candidly admitted he 'practically had a nervous breakdown' while discussing fears and recent career struggles. The Big Lebowski star, 71 - who recently showed off his slimmed-down figure during an outing in NYC - opened up on the topic during an appearance on the SmartLess podcast earlier this month on June 3. While joining hosts Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes, the actor explained that he is focusing on slowing down when it comes to his career - instead of overworking to push aside his anxieties and fears.
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