Jonah Hill is a well-known American performer who also dabbles in comedy, directing, producing, and writing scripts. His humorous turns in movies like Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad, and Get Him to the Greek have earned him widespread acclaim.
He has also been nominated for an Oscar for his supporting roles in Moneyball and The Wolf of Wall Street. Jonah Hill’s body art clearly demonstrates his passion for body art. His bleached hair and body tattoos were a hit with the crowd.
Let’s keep reading to find out the meanings of Jonah Hill tattoos in greater depth.
Jonah Hill’s Chest Tattoo is Revealed
Jonah has a tattoo of a clipper ship, a sort of fast merchant sailing vessel popular in the middle of the 19th century, on his chest, as seen in his red carpet images. There’s a wolf on one side, of the ship, and a panther with nearly his entire chest covered in ink on the other.
A large majority (if not all) of Jonah’s tattoos, were done by Bret Krak of the Smith Street Tattoo Parlor in Brooklyn. The actor brought him up on Jimmy Kimmel in 2019.
“You have a lot of tattoos now, when did this happen?” In response to Jimmy’s inquiry, Jonah said, “I feel like I spent my whole 20s trying to be what people wanted me to be, and I didn’t know who I was. And the past couple years have been amazing, in the way of like, I’m just going to be myself.”
Following this, he said, “Shout-out to my man Bert Krak at Smith Street Tattoo.”
He Also Has Many Tattoos on His Arms
Jonah also sports a variety of tattoos on both of his arms. There is a tattoo on his arm that reads, “Hello, Beanie!”; it was probably meant to be a message to his sister Beanie Feldstein. An endearing tribute to her Broadway performance as Minnie Fay in Hello, Dolly.
There are a number of additional tattoos surrounding the “Hello, Beanie!” one, including a person clutching a magic eight ball and a skull dressed as a cowboy. A Bart Simpson skull and crossbones and a hand with the words “body love” are just two of the many tattoos covering his other arm.
He and @thatsonme got a matching tattoo on his arm, and he posted a photo of it on Instagram. Jonah’s other tattoos on his arms are hard to make out, but they include a heart and a massive forearm piece.
Jonah Also Shares the Tattoos of Other People
Not only does Jonah post photographs of his own tattoos on Instagram, but has also demonstrated his enthusiasm for other tattoos on many occasions.
George at Dr. Pepper Tattoo did a fantastic job on this ink, and he was very pleased with it. And this ink honors his movie Mid90s, which was released in 2018. For more such updates do follow us only on Lee Daily