• Jack Sullivan Rudd is the son of Golden Globe Award-nominated actor Paul Rudd.
• He was born in 2006 in New York City and is of Jewish ancestry from both parents.
• He loves photography, gaming and football and was seen with his father at the 2020 Super Bowl celebration.
• Paul Rudd's career began in 1992 and gained success in the 2000s with roles in acclaimed films such as "Knocked Up," "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," and "I Love You, Man."
• Paul and Jack's mother Julie Yaeger met in the mid-90s and married in 200• Julie has a degree in marketing and strategic communication and is a screenwriter.

Who is Jack Sullivan Rudd?

Jack Sullivan Rudd is the son of the Golden Globe Award-nominated actor Paul Rudd. Paul’s firstborn is in his teenage years and still a high school student, weighing on the decision of what he will be when he grows older. Nevertheless, he has already reached stardom, thanks to his father’s enormous popularity.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Education

Jack Sullivan Rudd was born on 20 April 2006 under the Aries zodiac sign, in New York City, USA, and is of Jewish ancestry from both of his parent. Jack has spent his childhood in his hometown, alongside his three years younger sister, Darby Rudd. He went to a private elementary school in New York, and now attends a private high school, also in New York.

Hobbies, Interests, Popularity

Since Jack is yet to choose a career path, other than the school he hasn’t that many obligations, which lets him have a lot of free and fun time. He is a huge photography lover, and often spends time outside capturing the beauty of the world. Furthermore, he is a big gamer and loves playing various kinds of video games in his free time. More often than not, he enjoys a good game of football with his father, and the two were even seen together at the Super Bowl, celebrating the 2020 Kansas City Chiefs victory.

Jack’s Father, Paul Rudd Biography

Born Paul Stephen Rudd on 6 April 1969 under Aries zodiac sign, in Passaic, New Jersey USA, to British-born Jewish parents, Michael Rudd who was the vice-president of Trans World Airlines, and also a tour guide, and Gloria Irene Granville who was a sales manager at the television station KCMO-TV in Kansas City, Missouri.

Both of his parents were descendants of Ashkenazi Jews who trace roots from Poland, Belarus and Russia, so Paul was raised Jewish and had his Bar Mitzvah service in Ontario. He moved a lot throughout his childhood, living in Lenexa, Kansas, and Anaheim, California since his father’s job required a lot of migrations. While in Lenexa, he went to Broadmoor Junior High School, and later matriculated from Shawnee Mission West High School. He then enrolled at the University of Kansas where he majored in theater, and then studied acting alongside Matthew Lillard at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Moreover, Paul spent time at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, where he studied Jacobean drama for three months. To support his education, Paul was DJing at Bar Mitzvah services, and before entering the acting world, he had several odd jobs, such as glazing hams at the Holiday Ham Company.

Paul Rudd

Career Beginnings

Paul’s first role was as Kirby Philby in the TV series “Sisters”, appearing in 20 episodes from 1992 until 1995; in the first half of the ‘90s, he also played Brian Grant in the TV comedy series “Wild Oats” (1994). The following year he had a supporting role in the romantic-comedy film “Clueless”, starring Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, and Brittany Murphy, while in 1996 he starred in the comedy film “The Size of Watermelons”, and continued with a starring role in the romantic comedy “Overnight Delivery” in 1998, and another one in “The Object of My Affection”, sharing the screen with Jennifer Aniston. Before the end of the decade, Paul joined such stars as Ben and Casey Affleck, and Dave Chappelle in the romantic comedy-drama film “200 Cigarettes” (1999).

The 2000s

Paul began the new millennium as the infamous stockbroker Nick Carraway in the television movie “The Great Gatsby”, based on the book by Francis Scott Fitzgerald, and starring Mira Sorvino and Toby Stephens, while in 2001 he appeared in the comedy film “Wet Hot American Summer”. From 2002 to 2004, he played Mike Hannigan in the Golden Globe Award-winning comedy series “Friends”, then continued with film roles, portraying Brian Fantana in the comedy film “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” (2004), after which he was Dan Abbott in the film “The Baxter” (2005), while in 2006 he starred in the romantic comedy film “The Oh in Ohio”, next to Parker Posey. He found his success in romantic comedies of the 2000s, and before they ended, Paul appeared in award-winning films “Knocked Up” (2007), “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008), “Role Models” (2008), and “I Love You, Man” in 2009.

Rise to Prominence

Paul continued to feature in various comedies, co-starring Reese Witherspoon in the film “How Do You Know” (2010), then appeared in the drama film “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” in 2012, and the same year teamed up again with Jennifer Aniston, this time in the film “Wanderlust”. In 2013 he reprised the role of Brian Fantana in the film “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”, but it was in 2015 that he secured the role of his career, as Scott Lang/ Ant-Man in the film “Ant-Man”, a part of the superhero team fighting against the villains. He reprised this role in the Marvel Universe films “Captain America: Civil War” (2016), “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018), “Avengers: Endgame” (2019), and is currently working on the next film in the series, “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”, scheduled for release in 2023.

The role has earned him a vast sum of money thanks to the popularity and overall success of the films, and has also made him one of the most popular actors in Hollywood at the moment.

Recent Projects

Paul has also been working on other projects in the last few years – he was Ben Benjamin in the comedy-drama film “The Fundamentals of Caring”, co-starring Craig Roberts and Selena Gomez, and the same year also starred in the biopic about Moe Berg in the film “The Catcher Was a Spy”. In 2019 another successful role was credited to his name as he portrayed Miles Elliot in the Golden Globe Award-nominated sci-fi comedy series “Living with Yourself”. Most recently, he lent his voice to Derek Ambrose in the TV series “Escape from Virtual Island” (2020), and portrayed Dr. Isaac Herschkopf in the comedy series “The Shrink Next Door” (2021). Furthermore, he is set to star in the fantasy-comedy film “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”.

Career in Theater

Paul has also been active on stage, securing appearances on Broadway, including in the play “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” in 1997, while the following year he featured in the play “Twelfth Night”.

His next appearance was in the “Three Days of Rain” in 2006, while in 2012 he appeared in “Grace”, performed at the Cort Theatre, among numerous other plays.

Paul Rudd Net Worth

As of early 2021, Paul Rudd’s net worth has been estimated to be around $80 million, earned through his successful acting career during which he has appeared in more than 125 films and TV series; his career in theater has also added to his wealth.

Personal Life, Marriage, Charity Work, and Interests

Paul and Jack’s mother, Julie met in the mid-‘90s, when he moved to New York. Paul went to a publicist office in which Julie worked, and already late with luggage in his hands, Julie helped him and to return the favor, Paul invited her for a lunch. The friendship turned into a romance, and after eight years of dating, the couple married on 23 February 2003. They have been known as Hollywood’s most Un-Hollywood couple, as they are more likely to keep things to themselves and not share with the public.

Paul is known for his charity work; he is a supporter of the Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY), which is a non-profit organization that helps young people who are battling speech impediments. Moreover, Paul is the founder of the charity The Big Slick, which is there to provide support to Kansas City’s Children Mercy Hospital, particularly with the sports events held in Kansas City.

Paul is a huge fan of sports clubs based in the Kansas City area, supporting Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals, the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, and the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team of the University of Kansas.

Jack’s Mother, Julie Yaeger

Julie Yaeger was born on 13 August 1968 in New York, to Fred Yaeger, while her mother’s name is unknown. Raised in a Jewish family, Julie attended Whitesboro High School in New York, and after matriculation enrolled at Saint John Fisher College from which she obtained a degree in marketing and strategic communication.

After college she completed an internship at Bella’s Event Planning, and from there she moved to Our Lady of Mercy, and later Tipping Point Communications. After she finished her internship, Julie was hired by McDougall Communications, remaining there for a few years before she moved to Good Way Group, where she was a digital media co-ordinator. Her career was improving and she became a publicist in the company, and that is how she met Paul Rudd. After their marriage, Julie became focused on raising children, but then in 2017 tried herself as a screenwriter, and her film “Fun Mom Dinner” saw the light of day.

Julie Yaeger’s net worth is estimated to be around $4 million, as of mid-2021.


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