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Lisa Jakub Wiki Biography
Lisa Jakub was born on 27 December 1978, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, of Scottish and Slovak ancestry. Lisa is a speaker, writer and former actress, best known for appearing in the film “Mrs. Doubtfire” playing Lydie Hillard. She has also appeared in numerous other films, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Lisa Jakub? As of mid-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $300,000, mostly earned through success in various endeavors. She was active in the film and television industry from 1985 up to 2000. As she continues her career in writing, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Lisa attended multiple schools while she was growing up. After matriculating from high school, she attended Hillfield-Strathallan College.
Jakub’s first film opportunity came in 1985’s “Eleni”, a film adaptation of the memoir of journalist Nicholas Cage and starred John Malkovich and Kate Nelligan. More opportunities started opening up for Jakub which increased her net worth, and she was then cast in one of her most notable films – “Mrs. Doubtfire” – which stars Robin Williams and Mara Wilson, and is based on the novel “Alias Madame Doubtfire”. The film won several awards including an Academy Award for Best Makeup and Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Afterwards, Jakub would play Sandra in the film “Matinee”, which is a comedy starring John Goodman.
Lisa’s net worth continued to grow with appearances in “A Pig’s Tale” and “The Beautician and the Beast”. She was also cast in the 1996 science fiction film “Independence Day”, considered one of the turning points in Hollywood’s treatment of alien films, and which grossed over $817.4 million worldwide, the highest grossing film of 1996 and the second highest grossing film of all time, at that point. Lisa was also cast in the short film “George Lucas in Love” in which she played the woman who was the inspiration for the “Star Wars” character, Princess Leia. In 1995, Lisa then starred in “Picture Perfect”, and two years later played a bordello worker in “Painted Angels”. Some of her latest projects were on television, including guest appearances in “Mentors” and “Jack & Jill”, but also the television films “The Royal Diaries: Isabel – Jewel of Castilla” and “Dream House”, all adding to her net worth.
Jakub retired from acting in 2001 and would keep a low profile. She started earning more popularity and increased her net worth somewhat as she forayed into writing. In 2015, she wrote “You Look Like That Girl: A Child Actor Stops Pretending and Finally Grows Up”, and two years later released “Not Just Me: Anxiety, Depression, and Learning to Embrace Your Weird”.
For her personal life, it is known that Lisa married longtime partner and former Hollywood theatre manager Jeremy Jones in 2005. She has no plans to return in acting. Aside from these, Lisa was apparently expelled from her school when she was cast in “Mrs. Doubtfire”.
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Lisa Jakub Quick Info
|Full Name||Lisa Jakub|
|Date Of Birth||December 27, 1978|
|Place Of Birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Movies||Mrs. Doubtfire, Independence Day, Matinee, The Beautician and the Beast, A Walk on the Moon, George Lucas in Love, Painted Angels, Rambling Rose, A Pig’s Tale, The Christmas Story Lady, A Child’s Cry for Help, The Rape of Doctor Willis, On the Edge of Innocence|
Lisa Jakub Trademarks
- Her pretty hair.
Lisa Jakub Quotes
- It’s never too late to change your mind and be who you were meant to be. Our minds can be really powerful things, and they can come up with a million reasons as to why you can’t make a change. Our minds can say that it’s not logical, or it’s been like this for too long, or it’s too hard, or what are people going to think. But sometimes it’s more important to live from your gut and from your heart than from your head… It’s okay to decide that being happy is worth more than getting the law degree, or marrying your high-school sweetheart because they were nice enough, or being an actor because you think you’re incapable of doing anything else. It’s never too late to take charge of your destiny and make a different contribution to the world.
Lisa Jakub Important Facts
- (Fall 2014) Is writing a memoir entitled “You Look Like That Girl”, due for release in 2015, about her time as an actress and her decision to retire.
- Her father is of Slovak descent. Her mother is of Welsh and Scottish ancestry.
- Now living in New Jersey with her husband, Jeremy. She is attending school and at the moment does not have plans to return to acting anytime soon. [June 2005]
- She is attending the University of Virginia. [January 2009]
- Lisa Jakub lives a quiet life in Virginia with her husband Jeremy and their dogs.
- Lisa has a degree in Sociology from the University of Virginia.
- Lisa thinks of her former “Mrs. Doubtfire” co-star Mara Wilson as her little sister.
- She’s an only child.
- Lisa Jakub graduated from the University of Virginia in 2010.
- Got married in Italy.
Lisa Jakub Filmography
|A Pig’s Tale||1994||Video||Tiffany||Actress|
|Vendetta II: The New Mafia||1993||TV Movie||Anna||Actress|
|Mrs. Doubtfire||1993||Lydia Hillard||Actress|
|The Story Lady||1991||TV Movie||Alexandra Pollard||Actress|
|The Rape of Doctor Willis||1991||TV Movie||Carrie Willis||Actress|
|Night Court||1990||TV Series||Barbie||Actress|
|War of the Worlds||1990||TV Series||Julie||Actress|
|The Phone Call||1989||TV Movie||Holly Henderson||Actress|
|Glory! Glory!||1989||TV Movie||Actress|
|Friday the 13th: The Series||1987-1989||TV Series||Janine Carlson / Kristen||Actress|
|The Twilight Zone||1989||TV Series||Lisa Cranston||Actress|
|Once Upon a Giant||1988||TV Movie||Little Red Riding Hood||Actress|
|Emergency Room||1988||TV Series||Angie Sertoli||Actress|
|Alfred Hitchcock Presents||1988||TV Series||Missy||Actress|
|Christmas Eve||1986||TV Movie||Little Girl||Actress|
|Kay O’Brien||1986||TV Series||Allison Villaneuva||Actress|
|The Right of the People||1986||TV Movie||Katie||Actress|
|The Royal Diaries: Isabel – Jewel of Castilla||2000||TV Movie||Isabel||Actress|
|Jack & Jill||1999||TV Series||Meg||Actress|
|George Lucas in Love||1999||Short||Marion||Actress|
|A Walk on the Moon||1999||Myra Naidell||Actress|
|Dream House||1998||TV Movie||Jenny Thornton||Actress|
|Mentors||1998||TV Series||Joan of Arc||Actress|
|Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs||1997||TV Movie||Clara Storey||Actress|
|On the Edge of Innocence||1997||TV Movie||Ally Winthrop||Actress|
|The Beautician and the Beast||1997||Katrina Pochenko||Actress|
|Reckoning||1996||TV Movie||Shelley Maitland||Actress|
|Bermuda Triangle||1996||TV Movie||Annie||Actress|
|Picture Perfect||1995||TV Movie||J.J. Thomas||Actress|
|Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story||1995||TV Movie||Leisa Conn||Actress|
|Due South||1994||TV Series||Christina Nichols||Actress|
|A Child’s Cry for Help||1994||TV Movie||Amanda Spencer||Actress|
|Day After Day||2001||Short producer||Producer|
|The Insider||2014||TV Series||Herself – Mrs. Doubtfire||Self|
|The 100 Greatest Family Films||2005||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|Mrs. Doubtfire: Make-Up Tests||1993||Video short||Herself||Self|
|20 to 1||2006||TV Series documentary||Lydia ‘Lydie’ Hillard||Archive Footage|
Lisa Jakub Awards
|1995||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actress Co-Starring in a Motion Picture||Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)||Won|
|1992||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actress Co-starring in a Motion Picture||Rambling Rose (1991)||Won|
|1995||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actress Co-Starring in a Motion Picture||Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)||Nominated|
|1992||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Young Actress Co-starring in a Motion Picture||Rambling Rose (1991)||Nominated|