Jonathan is thirty-six, originally from Los Angeles, and has been pursuing acting for ten years. He studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and the Tracy Roberts Actor's Studio. Jonathan's theatre credits include Lost in Yonkers, Sweet Charity, Sister Mary Ignatuis Explains It All For You, Barefoot in the Park, The Odd Couple (female version), Death of a Salesman, Wait until Dark, The Crucible, Private Wars, and Fatal Attraction. His television credits include Married. . . with Children, Uncle Buck, Mimi and Me, Top of the Heap, and Life's Work. He has also appeared in commercials and co-starred in the independent film The Dress.
I decided to become an actor after getting tired of just waking up every morning and going to work. All my life I had heard, "You should try acting, you've got a great voice, and you're funny," but because of my family history, my mother wanted me to stay away from it. Jackie Coogan was my uncle, who played opposite Charlie Chaplin in The Kid. My father, Robert Coogan, was also a child actor like my uncle, but my grandmother lost my uncle to the world because he was so famous after being in The Kid. So my father became protected by my grandmother and she spent the money that Jackie made on him. This created the