Jonah Hill shows off his VERY bronzed tan in a quirky blue patterned shirt while dining out in Santa Monica
Jonah Hill showed off his very bronzed tan when he went out to dinner with a friend in Santa Monica on Thursday.
The Don’t Look Up actor was all smiles as he donned a quirky blue patterned shirt while flashing his inked skin.
The 38-year-old completed his look with blue ripped jeans and black loafers as he threw a peace sign at the camera.
Looks good: Jonah Hill showed off his very bronzed tan in a quirky blue patterned shirt when he went out to dinner with a friend in Santa Monica on Thursday
Jonah had a beard, his sun-bleached hair was cropped short, and he wore his usual stylish glasses.
The actor also wore a medallion around his neck as he enjoyed a sumptuous meal before getting into his new Rivian R1T.
Jonah, who has trolled in the past because of his fluctuating weight, recently hit back at a jab he received about how often he’s seen surfing.
He posted an Insta Stories photo late last year that had a sticker on it apparently somewhere outside that read, “Jonah Hill ruined surfing.”
“I will never stop doing things that make me happy, no matter how insecure my happiness makes you,” he wrote in response to the dig.
Casual: The 38-year-old completed his look with blue ripped jeans and black loafers as he threw a peace sign at the camera
The actor is busy in front of and behind the camera. His latest project, You People, is in post-production.
Not only did he co-write the script with Black-ish’s Kenya Barris, the multi-talented Jonah directed and starred in the film about modern love and generational differences.
The cast includes Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, David Duchovny and Molly Gordon.
At work: Production on the HBO miniseries halted during the pandemic shutdown, and the mid-’90s director was one of the first people called upon to step behind the camera once production resumed, according to showrunner Max Borenstein
Jonah also directed an episode of Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.
Production on the HBO miniseries halted during the pandemic shutdown, and the mid-’90s director was one of the first people called upon to step behind the camera once production resumed, according to showrunner Max Borenstein.
Jonah is the recipient of another scoop. On a recent appearance on the Jimmy Fallon Show, Samuel L. Jackson was shocked to learn that the Wolf of Wall Street actor had beaten him in an unusual match.
A count indicated that Jonah, not Jackson, had uttered the most profanity on screen to date.
A Buzz Bingo poll found Jonah topping the list with 306 naughty words, his Wolf of Wall Street and Don’t Look Up co-star Leonardo DiCaprio came in second with 361 and Jackson came in third with just 301 obscenities.
Adam Sandler and Al Pacino rounded out the top five with 295 and 255 respectively.
With a friend: Hill was spotted last week alongside boyfriend Shaquille O’Neal, aka Shaq