Facts of Michael Jones
|Full Name:||Michael Jones|
|Net Worth:||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Height:||5 feet 9 inches|
|Profession:||Actor, voice actor, podcast host, YouTuber|
|Kids:||one (daughters: Iris Elise Jones and Luna Claire Jones)|
|Birthplace:||Woodbridge, New Jersey|
Michael Jones is a well-known American actor, voice actor, podcast host, and social media personality. Michael Jones is well-known for his work with Rooster Teeth’s gameplay division and gavins owner ‘Achievement Hunter.’
How old is Michael Jones ?
His full name is Michael Vincent Jones. He was born on July 24, 1987, in Woodbridge, New Jersey, USA. He will be 33 in 2020. His parents were devout Roman Catholics. There is no other information available about his family history. Furthermore, he is good friends with Gavin Free and Ray Narvaez, Jr.
How much is Michael Jones’s Net Worth?
This versatile, talented actor and social media personality has amassed a sizable fortune. His net worth, on the other hand, is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million.
Does Michael Jones have a child?
In terms of his personal life, he is a married man. On May 9, 2014, he married long-time girlfriend and Rooster Teeth voice actor ‘Lindsay Tuggey.’ During Rooster Teeth’s 2016 Extra Life Livestream, the couple announced that they are expecting a child. In January 2017, it was revealed that it was a girl.
Similarly, on May 24, 2017, they announced the birth of their daughter, Iris Elise Jones. Furthermore, on August 5, 2018, Jones announced at RTX 2018 that he and Lindsay were expecting their second child in February 2019. Their second child, ‘Luna Claire Jones,’ was born on February 18, 2019.
How tall is Michael Jones?
This incredible person stands 5 feet 9 inches tall. And he weighs around 98 kilograms. Aside from that, there is no other information available about his body measurements. He does, however, have an elegant appearance and an exceptional personality. Jones has light brown eyes and blonde hair.
Career line of Michael Jones
- Jones worked as an electrician for almost five years after graduating from high school. Michael rose to prominence after his video “Crackdown 2 – Orbs = Bullshit” made it to the front page of Reddit.
- As a result, he received an email from Rooster Teeth inviting him to join and create a new show for Achievement Hunter, which became ‘Rage Quit.’
- Similarly, in September 2011, he co-founded the triple-award-winning Internet Box podcast. It was hosted by himself, Barbara Dunkelman, Ray Narvaez, Jr., Andrew Blanchard, Mike Kroon, and Dylan “Dylon” Saramago, with Lindsay Jones.
- In addition, Kerry Shawcross was later added to the cast. He appears on the ‘Rooster Teeth Podcast’ on occasion and is currently the main host of the Achievement Hunter podcast ‘Off Topic.’ And co-host of ‘Face Jam’ with Jordan Cwierz.
- Michael has worked as both an actor and a voice artist on numerous projects, many of which are produced by Rooster Teeth. It includes roles as Sun Wukong in Rooster Teeth’s animated series RWBY, as well as fictionalized versions of himself in both Rooster Teeth Shorts.
- And Ten Little Roosters, Mogar in the animated series X-Ray and Vav, and Zach in the sci-fi comedy films Lazer Team and Lazer Team 2.
- He has been a co-star in the Rooster Teeth series Immersion since season two. His non-Rooster Teeth credits include Fairy Tail (as Sting Eucliffe) and World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman (as Gen).
- On October 1, 2016, Jones announced via Twitter that he will be playing Dogra in ‘One Piece.’
- Furthermore, the creator of the video game ‘Surgeon Simulator’ named the alien character Gworb after a remark made by Jones in a Let’s Play video. Jones was conversing with Gavin Free at the time.
- Gworb also has an organ called the “Gavichal.” It is a combination of Michael Jones and Gavin Free’s names.
- Michael’s primary Gamertag is MLP Michael. He and Gavin both appeared in Season 2 of Immersion. Being a test monkey for Burnie Burns’ reality video gaming experiments.
- Furthermore, he currently voices Sun Wukong in RWBY, Sting Eucliffe in Fairy Tail, and Gen in ‘World Break: Aria of a Curse for a Holy Swordsman.’