Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

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Jonathan Roumie

Jonathan Roumie’s Net Worth is around $17 million.


Jonathan Roumie

Who is Jonathan Roumie?

Jonathan Roumie is a voice artist, actor, writer, producer, director, and social media figure living in New York. As a contestant on the reality shows Star Deathmatch from 2000 to 2002, this celebrity catapulted to international notoriety and success.

Jonathan Roumie starred alongside Maurice Schlafer, Len Maxwell, Mills Lane, André Sogliuzzo, Jim Conroy, Debbie Matenopoulos, and others in the series as Beni Trauma.

Aside from that, he’s starred in a variety of films, including As the World Turns, In the Now, Ballers, Life Hack, and others.

Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education of Jonathan Roumie

Jonathan Roumie was born in New York City, on July 1, 1974.

Jonathan was born under the sign of Cancer, one of the most powerful water signs in the zodiac.

People born under the sign of Cancer, according to numerous astrology-related websites, are inventive, loyal, and emotional.

Details regarding his childhood, parents, siblings and other relatives are still being finalized, and I will update my readers in the following days.

His mother had Irish roots, while his father was born in Egypt, according to the limited information available about his parents.

After graduating from high school, he chose to follow his passion for acting and enrolled at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

He has a bachelor’s degree in filmmaking.

He mentioned in an interview that he was reared as an orthodox Christian and later converted to Catholicism, which I believe was his mother’s faith.

Net Worth and Salary of Jonathan Roumie

Jonathan Roumie’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $17 million in 2021.

The film industry is his main source of revenue.

Jonathan Roumie
Jonathan Roumie posing for photos.Source: Pinterest

Facts of Jonathan Roumie

Real Name Jonathan George Roumie.
Nick Name Jonathan Roumie.
Birthday July 01, 1974.
Zodiac Sign Cancer.
Best Known For His role as Jesus in the TV series The Chosen.
Age (2021) 47 years old.
Place of Birth New York City, The USA.
Profession Voice Artist, Actor, Writer, and Producer.
Net worth USD 1-1.5 Million (approx.).
School/College New York’s School of Visual Arts.
Education Degree in Filmmaking.
Nationality American.
Religion Christianity.
Ethnicity Multiracial.
Hair Color Brown.
Hair Length Short.
Height (approx.) In Feet Inches: 6′.
In Meters: 1.83 m.
In Centimetres: 183 cm.
Weight (approx.) In Kilograms: 75 kg.
In Pounds: 165 lbs.
Eye Color Brown.

Professional Career 

Jonathan Roumie began his career in the entertainment industry as a voice artist in 2000 with Celebrity Deathmatch.

Many characters, including Sam Donaldson, Chris Kattan, José Eber, and others, had their voices given by him. Roumie made his acting debut later that year, in the short film Be My Brother, in which he played Undercover Cop.

Jonathan then appeared in the 2005 television film Prime, in which he played a Bakery Counterman. He played the part under the guidance of Ben Younger.

After that, he appeared in West 32nd as Lloyd (2007) and Oh! Be Joyful! as Jim James in the films West 32nd and Oh! Be Joyful! (2006).

He rose to notoriety after portraying Jim Fellows in the 2007 television series As the World Turns.

Roumie was cast as Richie Citrone on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2008. In the episode Excalibur, he made an appearance.

Opinions Ruin Parties, New Writer, March Madness, The Lay of the Land, and Stories to Be Sold were among Jonathan’s appearances on the Now (TV Series).

He’s also appeared in 3rd & Bird (as French Crab, episode: Ahoy! ), Revolutionary Road (as Party Guest), Roomies (as Sam’s Date), All My Children (as Guy #1), Parenthood (as Cop), K-11 (as Rookie Stewart), Saving Lincoln (as John Wilkes Booth), Joe, Joe & Jane (as Waiter), and many other shows, according to his IMDb page.

He is best recognized, though, for his role as Jesus in the historical drama The Chosen. Dallas Jenkins is the creator of the show.

The cast of The Chosen includes Shahar Isaac as Simon Peter, Elizabeth Tabish as Mary Magdalene, Nick Shakoour as Zebedee, and others.

XCom 2, Fallout 4, Ghost of Tsushima, Days Gone, God of War, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Agents of Mayhem, Mafia II, Mafia III, Lost Planet 3, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, The Darkness II, and others have used Roumie’s voice.

Among his other projects is Hart of Dixie, Castle, NCIS (as Officer Gerard in the episode The Admiral’s Daughter), The Newsroom, Preying for Mercy, Interns, The Funeral, Ridin’ with Burgess, Dog with a Blog, Chicago Med (as Christian Edwards in the episode A Needle in the Heart), Reality Queen!, Ballers (as Splyce Owner in the episode Players Only), The Mindy Project, Life Hack, Dead Bullet, and others.

Jonathan is credited with writing the television film Oh! Be Joyful!, in which he also starred as Jim.

For this production, he even stayed on as an executive producer. He was an assistant producer on the short film Heat Wave.

In the video game Batman: Dark Tomorrow, he also gave a strong performance as Robin, Tim Drake, and Robber #1 in 2003.
Jonathan made an uncredited appearance in the 2007 film Then She Found Me, Partygoer.

In Wonder Pets, he also played Critic #2 and Loch Ness Daddy (TV Series).

This actor performed in a lot of short films over his illustrious career, including A Day in the Country, Half-Life: Raise the Bar, Another Man, The Two Thieves, and others.

He plays Bryan in the upcoming film Suspended (in post-production).

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Quick Facts of Jonathan Roumie

  • From 2000 to 2002, this celebrity rose to international prominence and success as a contestant on the reality show Celebrity Deathmatch.
  • In 2008, Roumie was cast as Richie Citrone in the hit television series Law & Order.
  • However, he is best known for portraying Jesus in the historical drama The Chosen.
  • Roumie is credited as a writer for the television film Oh!
  • Suspended (post-production) is Jonathan Roumie’s upcoming film in which he plays Bryan.