Lisa Jakub is a former child actor who played Lydia Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire and Alicia Casse in Independence Day. She has also acted in a number of other films and television shows as a child, but she is no longer active. She was born on December 27, 1978, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and began acting at an early age. She is Canadian and American, and she is also a writer.
Lisa is a Slovak with Scottish and Welsh ancestors. At the tender age of seven, she made her screen debut in the 1985 film Eleni. She went on to play Doll in Rambling Rose, Sandra in Matinee, Lydia in Mrs. Doubtfire, and Tiffany in A Pig’s Tale, among other roles. Independence Day, The Beautician and the Beast, Painted Angels, A Walk on the Moon, George Lucas in Love, and Double Frame are among her other credits.
Lisa has also acted in a number of television roles as a youngster and teenager. In the television film The Right, Friday the 13th: Resurrection, she played Katie. Once Upon a Giant, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Emergency Room, The Twilight Zone, Glory!Glory!, The Series, Once Upon a Giant, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Emergency Room, The Twilight Zone, Glory!Glory!, The Twilight Zone, The Twilight Zone, Bride of Violence 2, The Phone Call, War of the Worlds, Night Court, The Rape of Doctor Willis, The Story Lady Due South, Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story, Picture Perfect, Bermuda Triangle, Reckoning, Newton: A Tale of Two Issacs, On the Edge of Innocence, Dream House, Mentors, Jack and Jill, and The Royal Diaries: Isabel- The Jewel of Castilla She worked with a number of well-known actors over her acting career, including Sally Field, Harvey Fierstein, Pierce Brosnan, Louise Robey, and Chris Wiggins.
At the age of 22, she retired from acting in 2001. She is also a published author. Her novel, You Look Like That Girl, was released on the 30th of June 2015.
Lisa withdrew from acting in 2001 after a lengthy and successful career as a child and a teen actress. She retired at the age of 22 and vowed categorically that she would not return to acting. She stated that she had difficulties as a kid performer and that she has no desire to return to acting. When she got the part of Lydia in the movie Mrs. Doubtfire, she was allegedly expelled from school. She and her longterm partner, Jeremy Jones, relocated to Virginia.
They married and continue to reside in Virginia. Jeremy Jones, Lisa’s husband, is a former Hollywood theater manager. The couple, who began dating in the early 2000s, married in 2005 and have been happily married ever since. The lovebirds reportedly exchanged vows in Italy, according to the source. Other information regarding her dating history and list prior to her marriage to Jeremy has not been discovered on the internet. The pair appears to be getting along quite well in their daily life. They must have children, but no information about them is available. According to the latest reports, they are not having any marital issues and will not be divorcing anytime soon.
Lisa is 5 feet 8 inches tall and has a net worth of $300,000 dollars. Her pay isn’t disclosed.
|Date of Birth:
|1978 , December-27
|42 years old
|5 Feet 8 Inch
|$ 300 thousand
|Weight in KG
|Jeremy Jones (m. 2005)
|On the Edge of Innocence
|You Look Like That Girl: A Child Actor Stops Pretending and Finally Grows Up