Jonny Mars Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Jonny Mars|
|Nationality||American, producer, performer|
|Net Worth||$500 thousand|
Jonny Mars is an American director, producer, performer, and actor who is famous for being the producer of the documentary, America's Parking Lot and for appearing in A Bad Idea Gone Wrong. He is also known for Rogers Park and Pit Stop.
Short Bio of Jonny Mars
Jonny Mars is a native of Dallas, Texas. He grew up there but he moved to Austin to further his career. He has American nationality while his ethnicity is unknown. There are no details about his parents, educational background, and other personal information.
Relationship Status of Jonny Mars
Jonny Mars is a private person. He hasn't preferred to talk much about his personal life so, there is no information about his married life or dating affairs. He is active on Instagram but, he has kept his Instagram account private. So, we still don't know much about his personal life.
What's the Net Worth of Jonny Mars? His Career
Jonny Mars has earned an estimated net worth of around $500 thousand as of 2020 thanks to his career as an actor, producer, and director. He has over 50 acting credits under his name while also having 6 director, 12 producer, and 3 writer credits.
Jonny Mars started his acting career in 1999 after appearing in the movie, American Detective as Owen. A year later, he appeared as Nick Fish in Out of Water. While starting out, he did a lot of short movies and eventually moved on to the big screen. Some of his famous movies and TV series include The Happy Poet, Ultimate Guide to Fight, Days of Delusion, Saturday Morning Mystery, About Mom and Dad, The Honor Farm, A Bad Idea Gone Wrong, Queen Sugar, and I Lost My Body. To talk about his recent appearances, he has appeared in I Blame Society, The Pale Door, Tape Your Camera, Up Country, and The Roommate.
Jonny Mar's America's Parking Lot (2012) Official Trailer!
Mars started his producing career in 2010 working as a co-producer in The Happy Poet. He then went on to produce Days of Delusion, America's Parking Lot, The Eternal, Discreet, and so on. Similarly, Jonny began his directing career in 2012 with documentary America's Parking Lot. Recently, he directed shows like Lone Star Justice and UFO's: The Lost Evidence.
In 2013, 7 of his movies were chosen in the SXSW Film Festival while also having 4 films at Sundance 2013. In 2012, he was nominated for the Audience Award for Documentary Spotlight for America's Parking Lot by SXSW Film Festival. In 2017, he was not only nominated but also won the Special Jury Award Narrative Feature in A Bad Idea Gone Wrong from SXSW Film Festival.