8 Things You Didn’t Know About Jonathan Adams

When Last Man Standing returns this fall on a new network, Fox, co-star Jonathan Adams will reprise his role as Chuck, his neighbor who enjoys sparring with his conservative friend.


Adams, a well-known voice actor, is overjoyed that the series has found a new home. His ability and comedic timing rapidly made him a fan favorite, despite the fact that he was originally cast as a one-time guest star, and his performance left everyone wanting more of him and his role. We’ve compiled some unknown facts about him for his massive fan base that will undoubtedly spark your interest.

Jonathan Adams
Jonathan Adams

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Jonathan Adams

1. Wanted To Be An Astronaut

As a kid, we all have our own ambitions. But life has some other plans for some of us. And same goes for Jonathan. Because as a kid he also wanted to become an astronaut. But surely life had some better plans for him. Hence, he ended up doing acting.

2. Worked On Stage in 7 Different States

Jonathan has surely gained high recognition for his work all around the world. He has been to some interesting different places. And has worked on stage in 7 different states. [1]

3. Animal Lover

Besides being kind to humans, Jonathan is also very kind to animals. He loves to pet them and is often seen posing for pictures with them. That shows how much he adores animals.

Jonathon post on Instagram
Jonathon posted on Instagram

4. A Loving Husband

Jonathan is not only a talented actor but also a loving husband. He has often seen his wife enjoying their time.

Jonathan with his wife
Jonathan with his wife

5. Voice Artist

Jonathan has also got some excellent skills in his voice. He has landed his voice in many commercials, animations, and video games. [2]

6. Drop Out From University Due To Financial Problems

He graduated from Wilkinsburg High School in 1985 and studied acting at Carnegie Mellon University for a year and a half before dropping out due to financial constraints. [3]

7. Spent Four years At The Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Between 1996 and 2000, he spent four years with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where he played Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew, Buckingham in The Three Musketeers, and Guy Jacobs in Pearl Cleage’s Blues for an Alabama Sky.

8. Loves Reading Books

Books are Jonathan’s best friend. He is always reading a book, usually science fiction or fantasy, but sometimes history or fiction. Seems like Jonathon really enjoys reading books when he is not acting;