Jon Lovitz Engaged, Fiance, Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Gay
|Date of Birth||July 21, 1957|
|Age||63 Years 0 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
|Social Media||Twitter, Instagram|
|Education||University of California|
|Parents||Harold Lovitz(Father), Barbara (Abraham) Lovitz (Mother)|
|Siblings||Leslie Lovitz (Sister)|
Former Saturday Night Live member, actor and a comedian Jon Lovitz was hardly making any money. His fortunes began to turn in 1984 when he appeared with the Groundlings on The Tonight Show, and soon a year later, he was invited to join the cast of Saturday Night Live because of his natural talent in acting. Plus his girlfriend, also an actress, has made is considered to be exquisite and very youthful making it all the more intriguing.
Early Start in Career:
Lovitz first fell in love with making others laugh at the age of 5 when he attended a sleepover and found himself inspired by a friend who cracked everyone up by making funny faces. But Lovitz never considered a career in comedy until he saw one of Woody Allen's movie, a 1969 film “Take the Money and Run.” Some of Jon Lovitz's comic idols, such as Woody Allen, Al Jolson, and the Marx Brothers, were famous entertainers, while others were just his neighborhood friends. Lovitz was childhood pals with Lisa Kudrow, who later played Phoebe on the T.V series “Friends” and her brother David.
After graduating from college in 1979, Lovitz joined the Groundlings, an improvisational and sketch comedy troupe in Los Angeles. Lovitz cherished his time with the Groundlings, but he was hardly making any money, and he had to work part-time as a messenger to makes ends meet, but his fortunes and reputations soon turned in 1984, when he appeared with the Groundlings on The Tonight Show.
His Net Worth:
The funny man though out the time have worked well in his career earning him a net worth of 12 million dollars with his career, with Saturday Day Night (SNL) career has his notable catch phrases, and different characters he played was the reason that caught the public’s eye such as "Yeah! That's the ticket!" roles including, Annoying Man, Master Thespian, Tonto, Mephistopheles, Hanukkah Harry, Harvey Fierstein, and Michael Dukakis. Jon’s multiple characters awarded him a nomination for an Emmy award up for grabs for the first two years of SNL.
Lovitz also appeared on "Friends" twice. In Season 1 he played a restaurateur who gets stoned just before interviewing Monica for a job. Years later he again appeared in Season 9 episode "The One with the Blind Dates" and soon after he did voice over for characters over the years in many television series and shows such as the “Simpsons.”
Love Life of Jon Lovitz:
At a young age Jon did reveal that he was in love with an older woman, without giving names, but sadly the woman did not share the same affections and broke young Jon’s, heart. The grown Jon Lovitz now, however, gone from single man to having one the most beautiful girl in his arms, with no exaggeration on the beautiful part. Apparently, Jon is dating a hot young and easy on the eyes girl. This girl is credited by People magazine list of the top most beautiful people in the world of 2009.
His girlfriend, Jessica Lowndes, is a gorgeous lady and recently indicated and posted on social media an outdoor adventure with the funny man Jon, having a significant difference in age between them, 31 years, it seems that Jon spent no expense and decided to have a wife instead. Sharing this news on social media, very easily was the giveaway, his supposed fiance soon apologized to the public saying it was only a hoax and that they were not getting married, at least this will put a stop to his gay rumors.
An actor and a comedian, Jon Lovitz was born on July 21, 1957, in the Los Angeles suburb of Tarzana, California. His father was a doctor and was the only boy of the five children in his family and shares resemblance to his twin sister. Lovitz attended the prestigious Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles, and upon graduating in 1975, he continued to the University of California at Irvine. There he studied drama under famous acting instructor Robert Cohen.