Everything You Need To Know About Jonathan Majors!

Jonathan Majors has had a huge year. Here is everything you need to know about the star!

Jonathan Majors starred in the third installment of the Ant-Man franchise, Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania, which was released on February 17, and also starred in the huge blockbuster Creed 3; both films are currently in theaters. With two major roles in two of this year’s biggest films, let’s see what the fans are saying about his performance.

Well, we know how brilliant the world thinks Jonathan Majors is; now, let’s talk about the man behind the talent.

Jonathan Micheal Majors was born in Lompoc, California, on September 7, 1989. Majors grew up traveling frequently because his father was in the Air Force. He eventually attended Yale School of Drama and received his MFA in acting.


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Jonathan had his first major on screen role, starring in the ABC miniseries When We Rise. Majors played young Ken Jones, a former United States Navy veteran and eventually gay rights activist.


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Many say the first film to put Jonathan Majors on the map was an independent film titled The Last Black Man in San Francisco. The movie follows A young man and his friend trying to reclaim the home his grandfather built in San Francisco amidst the rapidly changing city.

Apart from Creed and Ant-Man, the movie star has had some huge roles. He has also starred in captivating roles in movies like Devotion, Da 5 Bloods, and The Harder They Fall, to name a few.


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We have taken a trip down the journey of a great actor in Jonathan Majors, so let’s end this article with a look at what’s to come.

Majors will be seen a lot more frequently in the MCU; he is playing one of the main antagonists to not only Ant-Man but the entire MCU. Kang will appear in the second season of the Loki television series and the upcoming Avengers sequels. Majors will have his hands full carrying one of the MCU’s greatest villains. Majors has also confirmed he will play the legendary Dennis Rodman in 48 Hours in Vegas.


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Ulises Gutierrez was born in Sunnyside, Washington, and is a first-generation Mexican American student. He aspires to work in social media and digital marketing management. He is currently interning for AfterBuzz TV and is graduating this year (2023) with a degree in strategic communications from WSU.