• Jacob Bertrand is a 20 year-old American actor best known for his role in the comedy series "Kirby Buckets".
• He began his acting career at a young age and has since starred in films such as "The Swap", "Ready Player One", and "Rise of the Guardians".
• Jacob has also been involved in television series such as "Marvin Marvin" and "The Lion Guard".
• He is believed to have dated American actress and model Peyton Roi List in the past.
• Jacob Bertrand's current net worth is estimated to be over $1 million.
Known for movies
|Fact||Older brother of Blake Bertrand. Younger brother of Makenna Bertrand.|
- 1 How old is Jacob Bertrand? Wiki Bio
- 2 Childhood and education
- 3 Jacob’s roles in movies
- 4 Roles in TV series
- 5 Love life and relationships
- 6 Hobbies and other interests
- 7 Jacob’s net worth
- 8 General Info
- 9 Family
- 10 Accomplishments
- 11 Social profile links
- 12 Facts
- 13 Pictures
- 14 Movies
How old is Jacob Bertrand? Wiki Bio
Jacob Bertrand was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 6 March 2000 – his zodiac sign is Pisces, he holds American nationality and is 20 years-old as of mid-2020. He is an actor, probably best known for his portrayal of the title role in “Kirby Buckets”, the eponymous half-animated comedy series created by Mike Alber and Gabe Snyder, and which also starred Mekai Curtis and Cade Sutton. The series follows a 13 year-old boy whose drawings come to life, and it won Carsen Warner a nomination for a Young Entertainer Award for Best Guest Starring Young Actor – Television Series, while Olivia Stuck was nominated for a Young Entertainer Award for Best Leading Young Actress – Television Series.
Childhood and education
Jacob was raised in Los Angeles alongside his younger brother Blake and his older sister Makenna, by their father who is an accountant and their mother who is working as a nurse at a local hospital.
Jacob began acting at a very early age, as his parents arranged for him to attend acting classes at a local theatre when he was five years old. He made his debut appearance in 2007 when he voiced the Boy in the fantasy film “Mitch Albom’s For One More Day”, starring Michael Imperioli and Ellen Burstyn and which is about a suicidal man who gets to spend a day with his deceased mother – the film won one award and was nominated for 11 others, including a Primetime Emmy, while it served as a launch pad for Jacob’s career.
He was very sporting while attending high school as he played soccer and football, but was mostly focused on working his way up in the film industry – upon matriculation in 2018, Jacob didn’t enroll at college but chose to focus on acting.
Jacob’s roles in movies
The year 2008 saw Jacob portray a supporting character in the horror film “House”, directed by Robby Henson and written by Ted Dekker and Rob Green, but which failed to attract much attention. The following year, Jacob played Thomas Wilkins in the crime thriller movie “Duress”, about a man haunted by the visions of his wife who committed suicide.
Jacob voiced (uncredited) a kid in the drama film “November Christmas”, which starred Sam Elliott, John Corbett and Sarah Paulson, and which is about a young girl who is fighting cancer with the help of her family and in the same year, he appeared in the romantic comedy movie “How Do You Know”, the romantic comedy film “Little Fockers” and the short family video “The Burying Beetle”. He went on to make uncredited appearances in three movies in 2011 – “Water for Elephants”, “Beyond the Blackboard” and “Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer”, before he was invited to portray a supporting character in the short comedy film “Little in Common” which was directed by Adam Bernstein, and is about three families who become friends because their children are playing for the same football team.
In 2012, Jacob voiced a boy in the comedy family movie “Tooth Fairy 2” which received rather poor reviews, and played Danny in the comedy mystery film “Sunset Stories” which was written and directed by Ernesto Foronda, and is about two people who are looking for a missing cooler around Los Angeles – it was a critical success as it won three awards and was nominated for three others. The same year also saw Jacob play Baxter Campbell in the short family movie “The Lepidoctor”, which won Jonathan Barenboim a Student Film Award at Hamptons International Film Festival, and he also voiced Bluthe Hollow Townperson in the hit animated adventure comedy movie “ParaNorman”, which starred Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and won 19 awards while it was nominated for 46 others, including an Oscar for Best Animated Feature (Sam Fell).
Jacob went on to make another uncredited appearance in the drama movie “Little Red Wagon”, before he voiced Monty in the animated action adventure film “Rise of the Guardians” starring the popular actors Hugh Jackman, Alec Baldwin and Isla Fisher, and which follows Immortal Guardians who have to protect children around the world after it is attacked by Pitch, an evil spirit. The film won 14 awards and was nominated for 32 others, including a Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature film. Some of Jacob’s following roles were in the animated adventure comedy film “Tom and Jerry’s Giant Adventure” and the comedy family film “Jinxed” both in 2013, and the crime thriller movie “The Gambler” in 2014 (uncredited). In the same year, Jacob appeared as OB in the comedy movie “Neckpee Island”, which passed by rather unnoticed, unlike the comedy family fantasy movie “The Swap”, in which he portrayed one of the lead characters Jack Malloy, and which was nominated for three awards.
Two of Jacob’s most recent roles in movies have been in the critically acclaimed action adventure science fiction film “Ready Player One” in 2018 – which won 11 awards and was nominated for 53 others including an Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects – and the short film “Goodbye America” in 2019.
Roles in TV series
Jacob made his debut TV series appearance (uncredited) in 2010, when he portrayed a boy in the episode “Wassup” of the comedy series “Parenthood”, which was a big success in the US as it won 15 awards and was nominated for 39 others, including a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television for Monica Potter.
He went on to appear in single episodes of the action series “The Cape”, and the comedy series “The Middle”, before being invited to portray the supporting character Abel in four episodes of the comedy series “Homeschooled” – it was cancelled after airing six episodes.
Jacob guest starred as Darren in the episode “Pawnee Rangers” of the comedy series “Parks and Recreation”, which starred Amy Poehler and Jim O’Heir and was a huge hit as it won 25 awards including one Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical, while it was nominated for over 140 other awards. Some of his roles which followed were in single episodes of series “Community” in 2011, “iCarly” and “The Legend of Korra” both in 2012.
Jacobs’ first important role in a TV series was in 2013, when he portrayed Henry Forman in 16 episodes of 19 in the family comedy science fiction series “Marvin Marvin”, which starred Lucas Cruikshank, Victory Van Tuyl and Pat Finn, and which is about an alien boy who comes to Earth because war is threatening to destroy his planet.
Jacob was also praised for his portrayal of one of the lead characters, Gil, whom he voiced in 48 episodes of the animated comedy series “Bubble Guppies” ,which aired from 2011 to 2020 and won six awards while being nominated for 14 others.
Two of Jacob’s latest roles in TV series have been in the animated action adventure series “The Lion Guard” in 2017 in which he voiced Chama in the episode “Rafiki’s New Neighbors”, and the action comedy drama series “Cobra Kai”, which has been airing since 2018 and which stars Xolo Mariduena and Ralph Macchio.
Love life and relationships
Jacob has been keeping details of his love life hidden from the media’s attention, but it’s believed that he was romantically linked to the American actress and model Peyton Roi List, whom he starred alongside in the movie “The Swap” in 2016.
Many of the two’s fans believe that they were dating for nearly a year before they broke up in the summer of 2017, as until then they were often uploading pictures featuring them together onto their Instagram accounts. As of today, Jacob appears to be single, hasn’t married, and doesn’t have children.
Peyton was born in Florida USA on 6 April 1998, and is an actress perhaps best known for her starring roles in movies such as the romantic coming-of-age film “Remember Me” released in theatres in 2010, the social science fiction thriller web movie “The Thinning”, which came out in 2016, and its sequel “The Thinning: New World Order” released in 2018.
Hobbies and other interests
Jacob is interested in music, and plays the guitar, hoping to become a famous musician one day and to form his own band.
He likes to travel, and is a lover of nature which is one of the reasons why he has visited many attractive natural locations around the US, including the Grand Canyon in Arizona. He likes to eat good food, and his favorites are pizza and spaghetti, while he is also a lover of cake and sweets. One of Jacob’s main hobbies is pulling pranks on his friends and family, but he also likes to do challenges.
Jacob usually watches movies late at night, and some of his favorite actors and actresses are Will Smith, Jim Carrey and Emma Watson, while some of his favorite movies are “I Am Legend”, “Ace Venture: Pet Detective” and the franchise “Harry Potter”.
Jacob’s net worth
Jacob’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million as of June 2020. His hair and eye color is brown while his height is 5ft 6ins (1.68m).
|Full Name||Jacob Bertrand|
|Parents||Scott Bertrand, Christina Bertrand|
|Siblings||Blake Bertrand, Makenna Bertrand|
|Movies||Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure|
|TV Shows||Marvin Marvin|
|1||Older brother of Blake Bertrand. Younger brother of Makenna Bertrand.|
|Ready Player One||2018||post-production||High School Kid|
|Kirby Buckets||2014-2017||TV Series||Kirby Buckets / Kimberly|
|The Swap||2016||TV Movie||Jack Malloy|
|Bubble Guppies||2011-2016||TV Series||Gil|
|The Gambler||2014/III||Young Boy (uncredited)|
|Neckpee Island||2014||TV Movie||OB|
|Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure||2013||Video||Jack (voice)|
|Marvin Marvin||2012-2013||TV Series||Henry Forman Henry|
|Rise of the Guardians||2012||Monty (voice)|
|Little Red Wagon||2012||Kid (uncredited)|
|ParaNorman||2012||Blithe Hollow Townperson (voice)|
|The Legend of Korra||2012||TV Series||Young Noatak|
|iCarly||2012||TV Series||Chip Chambers|
|Tooth Fairy 2||2012||Video||Boy (voice)|
|The Lepidoctor||2011||Short||Baxter Campbell|
|Community||2011||TV Series||Tinkle Town|
|Parks and Recreation||2011||TV Series||Darren|
|The Smurfs||2011||Boy #1 (uncredited)|
|Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer||2011||Boy (uncredited)|
|Beyond the Blackboard||2011||TV Movie||Boy (uncredited)|
|Water for Elephants||2011||Boy (uncredited)|
|The Middle||2011||TV Series||Jake|
|The Cape||2011||TV Series||Alpha-Kid|
|Little in Common||2011||TV Movie||Boy|
|The Burying Beetle||2010||Video short||Simon|
|Little Fockers||2010||Boy (uncredited)|
|How Do You Know||2010||Boy (uncredited)|
|November Christmas||2010||TV Movie||Kid (voice, uncredited)|
|Mitch Albom's For One More Day||2007||TV Movie||Boy (voice)|
|This Means War||2012||additional voice|
|Clevver Now||2016||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|Radio Disney Music Awards||2015||TV Special||Himself|
|Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2015||2015||TV Special||Himself|
|The 83rd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade||2014||TV Movie||Himself|
|Radio Disney Music Awards||2014||TV Movie||Himself|
|Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014||2014||TV Special||Himself|
|Quiet on the Set||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|TeenNick Halo Awards||2013||TV Special||Himself|
|Radio Disney Music Awards||2013||TV Special||Himself|
|Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2013||2013||TV Special||Himself|
|The Legend of Korra: The Re-telling of Korra's Journey||2013||TV Short||Young Noatak (uncredited)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia