Jake Gyllenhaal is an American Actor. Jake Gyllenhaal Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $80 Million. Explore more about Jake Gyllenhaal‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His
Jake Gyllenhaal Full name Jacob Benjamin Gyllenhaal. His nick Name was Jake Gyllenhaal. Jake Gyllenhaal now 41 Years old .
Jake Gyllenhaal Father Stephen Gyllenhaal and his Mother Naomi Foner.
He was born in 19 December 1980 in Los Angeles, NewYork, United states of america.
Jake Gyllenhaal complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Jake Gyllenhaal’s Career
Gyllenhaal’s first leading role came in 1999 when he starred in ‘October Sky’. The film was a huge hit and his role was hailed as his breakout performance.
In 2004, he played Sam Hall in the science fiction disaster film, ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ in which the catastrophic effects of global warming are shown in a series of extreme weather events. The movie was a big commercial success.
The following year, he portrayed Jack Twist in ‘Brokeback Mountain’ which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role.
Gyllenhaal appeared in two other successful movies in 2005. He played Andrew in the biographical drama war film ‘Jarhead’ which also starred Jamie Foxx and Chris Cooper. He appeared as Harold Dobbs in the drama film ‘Proof’ along with Anthony Hopkins and Gwyneth Paltrow.
In 2007 he played the crime reporter Robert Graysmith in the mystery thriller ‘Zodiac’ which was based on the manhunt for the notorious serial killer known as ‘Zodiac’ who had killed several people around the San Francisco Bay Area.
In the romantic comedy ‘Love & Other Drugs’ (2010), he teamed up with Anne Hathaway with whom he had previously acted in ‘Brokeback Mountain’. The film was based on the non-fiction book, ‘Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman’ by Jamie Reidy.
Here are some of the best highlights of Jake Gyllenhaal’s career:
- Brokeback Mountain (Movie, 2005)
- BAFTA Awards (Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, 2006) – Won
- Southpaw (Movie, 2015)
- Velvet Buzzsaw (Movie, 2019)