Jonah Slope was born on 20 December 1983

He is an entertainer, maker, screenwriter, and humorist.

Jonah made his presentation in 2004 with a Hollywood film named 'I Heart Huckabees.'

The defining moment of his vocation was in 2007, when he handled a job in the hit parody film 'Superbad.'

The job procured him two assignments at 'MTV Film Grants' and 'Adolescent Decision Grants.'

In 2011, he appeared in the film 'Moneyball' close to Brad Pitt.

He featured in the 2014 film '22 Leap Road.'

In 2016, he voiced 'Carl' in the vivified parody film 'Hotdog Party.'

Slope played 'Lewis,' a vigorously Southern-emphasized book specialist, in the parody 'The Ocean side Bum' in 2019.

In 2012, he was nominated for 'BAFTA Film Grants' for 'Best Supporting Entertainer' for the film 'Moneyball.'