Jahzir Bruno is an Actor who has risen to fame for his career in film and television. His roles include Hero Boy in the 2020 Disney film The Witches and Jack in the 2020 Netflix film The Christmas Chronicles 2. Tune in bio and explore more about Jahzir Bruno’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about him.
Jahzir Bruno Age
Jahzir Bruno was born on July 18, 2009 in USA. He is 12 years old, as of 2021. He holds American nationality and mixed ethnicity.
Jahzir Bruno Height & Weight
How tall is Jahzir Bruno? He stands tall with a height of 5 feet 1 inches and weighs about 43 kilos. He is a fitness freak as well. He has blonde hair and has light brown eyes.
Jahzir Bruno Girlfriend
He has not married yet and he doesn’t have a wife till now. Jahzir Bruno is very secretive regarding his personal life and hasn’t revealed any information regarding his dating life. He usually skips questions regarding his girlfriend.
Jahzir Bruno Wiki
|Real Name||Jahzir Bruno|
|Age||12 years old (As of 2021)|
|Birthdate||July 18, 2009|
|Height||5 feet 1 inches|
|Measurements||Will be updated|
|Net Worth||$2 million, as of 2021|
Jahzir Bruno Net Worth
He appeared as Tommy in the 2nd season of the TV crime drama The Oath. He made his on-screen debut in a 2018 episode of Atlanta. His net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
Jahzir Bruno Facts
Jahzir Bruno is a child actor who loves playing football. So it was no surprise when he began excelling at the sport in his hometown of Jamaica.
“As a child, I used to play football all the time. When I was in primary school, I played on the national team for three years,” he recalls. His passion for the sport continued into his teenage years, but Jahzir’s life changed when he immigrated with his family to New York City in 2008.
Jahzir had never seen snow before he came to America, and he joined the football team at his high school in Queens. However, the competition was tougher than what he was used to. “I saw people playing touch football back home so I tried out for the team,” Jahzir recalls. “But it turns out that there are lots of differences. In Jamaica, you can take a break from football and do something else for a few months then come back to it. But in America if you miss even one practice, they’ll cut you.”
After graduating from high school in 2013, Jahzir began attending Baruch College as a freshman to study business management.
While juggling his college education and part-time work, Jahzir still had time to play football regularly. However, he knew that there was a problem with the sport when he didn’t get selected for his college team. “I realized that if I wanted to play more at my highest level, I would need to find a scholarship,” Jahzir recalls.