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Jon Favreau
Birthday: October 19, 1966

Birth Place: Queens, New York, USA
Height: 6' 2"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Jon Favreau. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



An actor whose solid everyman quality has endeared him to audiences and critics alike, Jon Favreau first made his name with 1996's Swingers. The story of a group of rat pack-obsessed, out-of-work actors slumming amiably through life in L.A., the indie-comedy was one of the year's biggest sleeper hits and made a star out of Favreau, who also wrote the script.A native of Queens, NY, where he was born on October 19, 1966, Favreau was raised as the only child of two educators. After attending the Bronx High School of Science, he did an abbreviated stint at Queens College before heading to Chicago to pursue a comedy career. In Chicago, he studied improvisational comedy with Del Close and was a member of the ImrovOlympic troupe. Favreau's time in Chicago ended when he decided to head to L.A. to try and break into film; his experiences as a lovelorn, out-of-work actor would later provide the inspiration for Swingers.After years of false hopes and false starts that took the form of supporting roles in such disappointing films as Rudy and P.C.U., Favreau began channeling his experiences and those of his friends (who included fellow Swingers star Vince Vaughn) into a rudimentary script for Swingers. Encouraged to make his script into a film, the actor despaired of securing enough funding for the project until he met fledgling director Doug Liman, who convinced him that the film could be made for 250,000 dollars. Costs were cut by filming largely without permits and making use of inexpensive shooting locations such as Favreau's own apartment. The film's low-budget charm was sufficient enough to sway the powers-that-be at Miramax who picked it up for distribution. When Swingers was eventually released in 1996, it was hailed by critics as a funny and painfully accurate account of the L.A. scene and its various faux-hipster denizens, as well as the dynamics at work amongst a group of guys (Favreau, Vaughn, and company) and the women they try so desperately to impress. In the wake of the film's success, Favreau, who was being hailed as the latest in the long line of Hollywood "Next Big Things," chose to star in Very Bad Things (1998), a black comedy directed by actor-turned-director Peter Berg. The film, in which Favreau played a soon-to-be married man whose Las Vegas bachelor party goes disastrously wrong, received very mixed reviews, although most critics praised the actor's performance as a "suburban Joe" caught up in circumstances that rapidly spiral beyond his control. After playing the eponymous boxing legend in the made-for-TV Rocky Marciano in 1999, Favreau returned to the screen in 2000 to star as a football player in The Replacements, a sports comedy directed by Howard Deutch. That same year, he returned to the indie scene with Love & Sex, a take on urban romance. In 2001, Favreau re-teamed with Vaughn for Made, a crime comedy that cast the two actors as aspiring mobsters and marked Favreau's feature directorial debut. Also in 2001, Favreau made the jump to the small screen, producing and hosting IFC's Dinner for Five, a candid roundtable program featuring fellow actors and filmmakers. In 2003, not only did Favreau show up in supporting roles in the hits Daredevil and Something's Gotta Give, his sophomore directorial effort, the Will Ferrell holiday comedy Elf proved to be one of the season's biggest crowd-pleasers, grossing over 100 million dollars at the box office. He followed up that success by bringing Chris Van Allsburg's Zathura to the big screen, although it did not match Elf's box office success. After making a few cameos on TV shows like My Name Is Earl and Monk, Favreau re-teamed with Vince Vaughn once again for a supporting role in the 2006 comedy The Break-Up. He also lent his vocal talents to the animated film Open Season. That same year he announced he would be taking on directorial duties for the big screen adaptation of the comic book Iron Man.

Movie Credits
Open Season (2006)
[ Ashton Kutcher ][ Gary Sinise ][ Martin Lawrence ][ Patrick Warburton ][ Billy Connolly ]
The Break-Up (2006)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Vincent D'Onofrio ][ Jason Bateman ][ Cole Hauser ][ Justin Long ]
Wimbledon (2004)
[ Paul Bettany ][ Sam Neill ][ Avril Lavigne ][ Bernard Hill ][ James McAvoy ]
Something's Gotta Give (2003)
[ Keanu Reeves ][ Jack Nicholson ][ John Cho ][ Hans Zimmer ][ Paul Michael Glaser ]
Elf (2003)
[ Will Ferrell ][ James Caan ][ Frank Sinatra ][ Peter Billingsley ][ Artie Lange ]
The Big Empty (2003)
[ Sean Bean ][ Kelsey Grammer ][ Danny Trejo ][ Jon Gries ][ Tom Waits ]
Daredevil (2003)
[ Ben Affleck ][ Colin Farrell ][ Kevin Smith ][ Michael Clarke Duncan ][ Joe Pantoliano ]
Made (2001)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Sam Rockwell ][ Bud Cort ][ Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs ][ Vincent Pastore ]
The Yukari Imprint (2000)
[ Dan Castellaneta ]
Shiv Katall (2000)
[ Dan Castellaneta ]
The Return of XL (2000)
[ Bob Goldthwait ]
XL (2000)
[ Bob Goldthwait ]
The Replacements (2000)
[ Keanu Reeves ][ Gene Hackman ][ Rhys Ifans ][ Orlando Jones ][ Mick Jagger ]
Love & Sex (2000)
[ David Schwimmer ][ Noah Emmerich ][ Robert Knepper ][ Will Rothhaar ]
Rocky Marciano (1999)
[ George C Scott ][ George C. Scott ][ Judd Hirsch ]
Very Bad Things (1998)
[ Christian Slater ][ Jeremy Piven ][ Daniel Stern ][ Leland Orser ]
Deep Impact (1998)
[ Elijah Wood ][ Steven Spielberg ][ Morgan Freeman ][ Robert Duvall ][ Dougray Scott ]
The One with Ross's Thing (1997)
The One with the Screamer (1997)
The One with the Chick and the Duck (1997)
The One with the Tiny T-Shirt (1997)
Dogtown (1997)
[ Rory Cochrane ][ Andrew Hawkes ]
Fame (1996)
Persons Unknown (1996)
[ J.T. Walsh ][ Xander Berkeley ][ Joe Mantegna ]
Just Your Luck (1996)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Sean Patrick Flanery ][ Ernie Hudson ][ Flea ][ Mike Starr ]
Swingers (1996)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Ron Livingston ]
Notes from Underground (1995)
[ Seth Green ][ Henry Czerny ]
Batman Forever (1995)
[ Jim Carrey ][ Val Kilmer ][ Tommy Lee Jones ][ Tommy Lee ][ Chris O'Donnell ]
Grandpa's Funeral (1994)
[ Corey Parker ]
Genevieve and Fat Boy (1994)
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
[ Matthew Broderick ][ Stephen Baldwin ][ Peter Gallagher ][ Andrew McCarthy ][ Stanley Tucci ]
PCU (1994)
[ Jeremy Piven ][ David Spade ][ Jake Busey ][ Joel Bissonnette ]
Rudy (1993)
[ Vince Vaughn ][ Sean Astin ][ Ned Beatty ][ Charles S. Dutton ]
Hoffa (1992)
[ Jack Nicholson ][ Danny DeVito ][ John C. Reilly ][ David Mamet ][ J.T. Walsh ]
Folks! (1992)
[ Tom Selleck ][ Robert Pastorelli ][ Don Ameche ][ Michael Murphy ]


  • Jon is an alumnus of Chicago's ImprovOlympic improvisation troupe. Fellow members include the late Chris Farley, Ian Gomez, Pat Finn, Tim Meadows, Rachel Dratch, Mike Myers and Horatio Sanz.
  • Graduate of the prestigious Bronx High School of Science (1984).
  • Son with wife Joya, Max, born 25 July 2001.
  • Daughter Madeleine born April 2003.
  • Wrote script for Swingers (1996) on computer software given to him by his father.
  • Met friend and on-screen partner Vince Vaughn when both secured supporting roles in 1993's Rudy (1993).
  • He is of primarily French and Italian descent.
  • Is expecting his third child with wife, Joya, in Fall 2006.

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