Lisa Jakub Net Worth

How much is Lisa Jakub worth?

Net Worth:$300 Thousand
Date of Birth:December 27, 1978 (44 years old)
Height:1.73 m, 5 ft 8 in
Profession:Actor, Child Actor, Writer
Lisa Jakub Net Worth:
$300 Thousand

Lisa Jakub is a Canadian author, speaker and former actress. She is best known by the public for her role as Lydie Hillard, Robin William’s daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire. She is also known for playing role of Alicia Casse in the science fiction action film Independence Day. Born on December 27, 1978 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, she was raised in Toronto, Ontario and Los Angeles, California. She is of Slovak descent on her father’s side, and of Welsh and Scottish descent on her mother’s side. She graduated from University of Virginia in 2010 with a degree in Sociology. She made her screen debut in the 1985 film Eleni. She has been married to Jeremy Jones, a former Hollywood theater manager since 2005.

More about the earnings of Lisa Jakub

Actor Lisa Jakub has a networth that has to be considered modest.

Personal Life

She grew up in Toronto, Ontario and Los Angeles, California. In 2001, she and her husband, Jeremy Jones, settled in Virginia.

She and John Goodman were both in the cast of the 1993 comedy movie Matinee.

Inspirational Quotes by Lisa Jakub

My memoir is about my time in film and the decision to leave Hollywood, grow up, and stop pretending.

Lisa Jakub

What was really wonderful about the 'Doubtfire' shoot is that we had this really long rehearsal period in the beginning. That was a great time to get to know each other. We got to know each other and to create the family vibe. So we really didn't have to force it.

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My memoir is being published by Beaufort Books and will be available fall of 2015. It's about my unusual life as a child actor and how I made the unpopular choice to leave Hollywood, grow up, and stop pretending.

Lisa Jakub

You never know how much time you have with someone.

Lisa Jakub

It's estimated that 16 million people in the U.S. have struggled with depression - and I include myself in that statistic. It's real, and it's not shameful, and there is help available. You can bring it to the light, you can tell the truth, you can go to a meeting, you can reach out to a friend. None of us are alone.

Lisa Jakub