Jonathan Groff is an American actor and singer. Jonathan is also known for his roles in television and film. He is best known for his role in the rock musical ‘Spring Awakening’, the film with which Jonathan rose to prominence. Jonathan is the recipient of a Grammy Award and has been nominated for several prestigious awards. He openly accepted that he is a Gay.
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What is Jonathan Groff 36 Questions?
This is a musical podcast which stars Jonathan Groff and Jessie Shelton as an estranged couple looking to repair their relationship using the 36 questions.
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Who is Jonathan Groff | Jonathan Groff Biography
Full / Real Name
Jonathan Groff | Jonathan Drew Groff
Jon, JGroff, Groffsauce
Appearing in numerous TV as well as web series
Date of Birth
March 26, 1985
37 Years (As of 2022)
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
British Americans, German Americans, Swiss Americans
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, German Americans, Swiss Americans
University or College
Conestoga Valley High School
|70 kgs | 154 lbs|
180 cm | 1.80 mtrs | 5’11”
Personal Life and Relationships
Jonathan Groff born as Jonathan Drew Groff was born on March 26, 1985, in Lancaster Pennsylvania, US, to Julie and Jim Groff. His father was a horse trainer, and his mother was a physical education teacher. He was raised in the farming community of Ronks, with his elder brother, David. Jonathan was interested in performing arts and appeared in several musicals at the ‘Fulton Opera House’ during his school days. He graduated from the ‘Conestoga Valley High School’ in 2003.
Jonathan Groff came out openly as gay in October 2009.
Julie Groff (Née Witmer)
David Groff (Older Brother)
Relationships and Affairs
Career Path of Jonathan Groff
Jonathan started his career in 2005 by appearing in the musical ‘Fame’ at the ‘North Shore Music Theatre,’ Beverly, Massachusetts, this earned him ‘Actors Equity Association’ card. From 2006 to 2008, he appeared in the ‘Broadway’ production of the rock musical ‘Spring Awakening’ with Lea Michele. His performance earned him various nominations. Jonathan made his big-screen debut with the role of ‘Michael Lang’ in the drama–comedy film ‘Taking Woodstock’ in 2009. He starred in the ‘HBO’ gay comedy series ‘Looking’ in 2014–2015. He was also seen in the biographical war film ‘American Sniper’ and the TV drama ‘The Normal Heart’. Of late, he has played the lead role in the crime-drama series ‘Mindhunter.’ He has also been featured as ‘Kristoff’ in the video game ‘Kingdom Hearts III’ in 2018.
Jonathan has also lent his voice to the short film ‘Olaf’s Frozen Adventure’ and the animated film ‘Frozen 2.’
In 2021, Jonathan was seen in the much-anticipated movies, The Matrix Resurrections where he played the role of Smith.
Career and Financial Stats
Awards and Achievements
Acting, Brand Endorsement
In New York City.
Jonathan Groff Movies and TV Series
|One Life to Live||2007|
|The Good Wife||2012|
|The Normal Heart||2014|
|36 Questions (Podcast)||2017|
|Clayton Howe’s Entertainmentx (Podcast)||2018|
|The Matrix Resurrections||2021|
|And Just Like That…||2022|
|Lost Ollie (post-production)||2022|
|Molly and the Moon (pre-production)||2022|
Favorite and Beloved Things
Westville in New York
Running, biking, swimming, reading
Interest & Hobbies
Running, biking, swimming & reading
Facts About Jonathan Groff
- Jonathan has two Tony nominations.
- Jonathan was diagnosed with melanoma in his early 20s and underwent surgery for removal.
- He has no social media profiles, and explaining why, he said: “I hate how much I look at my phone already with text messaging, and so I just didn’t want to add another element to that”.