Jack Black is a musician, comedian, and actor. Jack is well known for his roles in the Jumanji adaption and its sequel. In the 2000s, he is most recognised for his prominent roles in films such as Shallow Hal, Year One, and School of Rock.
Beginnings of Jack Black Jack Black’s true name is Thomas Jacob Black, and he was born on August 28, 1969. Both of Black’s parents were satellite engineers, and he was raised in a Santa Monica, California, Jewish household.
Jack Black’s Career as an Actor Jack Black scored his first major acting role at the age of 13 in a commercial for the computer game Pitfall! Later, he joined the theatre troupe Actors’ Gang. Tim Robbins was among the majority of the group’s members who were UCLA undergraduates.
Jack Black had difficulty in high school. At the age of 14, he began doing cocaine and hanging out with the wrong crowd. Later, he stated that he wanted to drop out of high school because he was being hounded by individuals who wanted to “kill” him.
The couple had previously attended high school together. Later, Jack Black and his wife had two children, whom they chose to raise as Jews. Jack Black is a Democrat who has endorsed Barack Obama in the past.