Jonathan Majors’ wife: Is he married?



Jonathan Majors, the acclaimed American actor, has experienced a phenomenal rise in his career, captivating audiences with his notable performances in movies such as Creed III and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

However, it was his role in the 2019 film The Last Black Man in San Francisco that propelled him to stardom.

Delving into his personal life, many have wondered about Jonathan Majors’ marital status asking “Is Jonathan Majors married?”. To shed light on his relationship history, let’s explore further.

Contrary to speculation, Jonathan Majors is currently not married, there is no evidence to suggest that the talented star of The Harder They Fall has ever tied the knot.

However, he is presently romantically involved with renowned American actress Meagan Good, famous for her role in movies like Harlem and Think Like a Man. Their relationship is relatively new as they were confirmed as a couple in May.

Furthermore, it is worth noting that while Jonathan does not have a wife at present, a New York Times interview from August 2020 provided some insights into his personal life.

It disclosed that Jonathan pursued his education at the University of North Carolina School of Arts and that he became a father before enrolling at the Yale School of Drama. His daughter Ella Majors, is nine years old as of 2023.

Jonathan has shared that she is of mixed race, but he has chosen not to disclose her mother’s identity. According to reports, Ella resides in Atlanta, Georgia, alongside her mother.

When my daughter was coming… I’m thinking, ‘OK, I’m getting ready to become a dad,’” he recalled in an interview with Nylon. “But then you become a dad and it’s like, ‘There’s no game-plan for this.’

Jonathan recounted receiving a phone call from the mother of his daughter in a W Magazine feature published in June 2020.

 who said, “Look, I need you to talk to your daughter. She’s frustrated and she’s angry because her hair won’t fall down — her hair goes up.”

So Jonathan gave fatherly advice over FaceTime. “You have a crown,” he told his beautiful biracial daughter.

“”That’s why your hair goes up. Your hair, your crown, came from daddy, came from his mama, came from his father, came from his sister.

“Sometimes that crown can get you in trouble in this world, and it’s not right. And some people want to take that crown from you.”


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