Jon Bernthal

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Jon Bernthal
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Bernthal at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con
Jonathan Edward Bernthal

(1976-09-20) September 20, 1976 (age 43)
ResidenceOjai, California, U.S.
EducationSkidmore College
Harvard University (GrDip)
Years active2002–present
Erin Angle (m. 2010)
RelativesMurray Bernthal (paternal grandfather)
Adam Schlesinger (first cousin)

Jonathan Edward Bernthal[1] (born September 20, 1976)[2] is an American actor. Bernthal began his career in minor roles on Broadway and theater before guest starring on various television shows. He gained critical acclaim and prominence for his portrayal of Shane Walsh on the AMC series The Walking Dead (2010–2012; 2018). He later starred in supporting and leading roles in various critically acclaimed films including The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Fury, Sicario (both 2014), The Accountant (2016), Baby Driver, Wind River (both 2017), and Widows (2018).

In 2015, he was cast as Frank Castle / Punisher as part of the Netflix MCU web series. He debuted on Daredevil before starring in his own titular series The Punisher (2017–2019).

Early life[edit]

Bernthal was born in Washington, D.C., to Joan Lurie (née Marx) and Eric Lawrence "Rick" Bernthal, a former lawyer with Latham & Watkins LLP and currently chair of the board of directors for the US Humane Society.[1][3] His paternal grandfather was musician and producer Murray Bernthal.[4] He has two brothers, Nicholas, an orthopedic surgeon and professor at UCLA, and Thomas, a former producer for NBC News.[5][6][7] Bernthal and his family are Jewish.[8]

Bernthal grew up in Cabin John, Maryland, a suburb of Washington D.C. He attended the Sidwell Friends School, graduating in 1995.[9] He has often described his younger self as a "troublemaker."[10] After high school, Bernthal studied at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, but later dropped out. At the advice of Alma Becker, his acting teacher at Skidmore, Bernthal joined the Moscow Art Theatre in Russia.[11] During his time there, he played catcher on a Russian professional baseball team.[12][10]


2002–2009: Early career[edit]

Bernthal was discovered while at the Moscow Art Theatre by the executive director of Harvard University's Institute for Advanced Theater Training at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts; he studied there as a graduate-level certificate student and completed his studies in 2002.[13] After graduating he moved to New York City to pursue a career in theater.[14] He is a method actor.[15]

Bernthal at the premiere of Fury on October 15, 2014

Since 2002 Bernthal has performed in over 30 plays regionally and Off-Broadway, including many with his own award-winning theater company, the now defunct Fovea Floods.[16] He also had small guest roles in television series such as Boston Legal, CSI: Miami and How I Met Your Mother.

Bernthal relocated to Los Angeles in 2006.[17] He booked his first regular role on a television series with the CBS sitcom The Class; the show was canceled after one season.[18] After this he had roles in films such as Day Zero and Oliver Stone's World Trade Center.

2009–2015: Breakthrough[edit]

Television and The Walking Dead: 2009–2013[edit]

In 2009, Bernthal was a series regular on the ABC television series Eastwick, and starred alongside actress Jaime Ray Newman (his future co-star in The Punisher); Eastwick was canceled after one season. In 2010, Bernthal portrayed Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez on the HBO miniseries The Pacific.

Bernthal found critical success portraying Shane Walsh in Frank Darabont's The Walking Dead, based on the comic book series of the same name. He was a regular on the show until 2012 and was nominated for the Breakout Performance – Male Award at the 2011 Scream Awards.[19] Bernthal reunited with Darabont for the TNT series Mob City, in which he portrayed LAPD Detective Joe Teague, a police officer working in a corrupt 1940s Los Angeles, which was canceled after one season.[20]

During this period Bernthal had supporting roles in the 2009 Ben Stiller comedy film Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian as mobster Al Capone and the 2010 Roman Polanski thriller The Ghost Writer. He also appeared in the 2011 Woody Harrelson feature Rampart and guest starred in episodes of TV shows such as Numbers and Harry's Law.[21] In 2011 Bernthal performed in the premiere of the dark comedy play Small Engine Repair. The play was critically acclaimed; critics praised Bernthal's performance for his "energy and wit" and he was nominated for an Ovation Award.[22][23] After its world premiere run Small Engine Repair was transferred to the Off-Broadway MCC Theater with Bernthal signing on to reprise his role. However, filming commitments made Bernthal withdraw from the play and he was replaced by James Badge Dale.[24]

Film: 2013–2015[edit]

In 2013, Bernthal had supporting roles in the crime drama film Snitch, and the sports comedy film Grudge Match[25] Bernthal played Brad in the Martin Scorsese film The Wolf of Wall Street.[26] He played southerner Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis in the 2014 World War II film Fury, with critics praising the cast of the film.[27]

Bernthal next appeared in Denis Villeneuve's 2015 action drama film Sicario, which won numerous awards and received positive reviews from critics.[28][29][30] 2015 also saw Bernthal in supporting roles in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, winner of the US Grand Jury Prize for drama at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, and We Are Your Friends.

During this time, Bernthal portrayed NAACP attorney Michael H. Sussman in the HBO miniseries Show Me a Hero. He also, alongside actor Viggo Mortensen, executive produced the play The Time of Our Lies – The Life and Times of Howard Zinn, directed by frequent theater collaborator Josh Chambers. The Time of Our Lives was performed through the month of August 2014 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.[31]

2015–present: Prominence in television and film[edit]

Marvel and The Punisher: 2015–2019[edit]

Bernthal with fans at the Emerald City Comicon in April 2016

In June 2015, Marvel announced that Bernthal would portray Frank Castle / The Punisher in season two of Netflix's superhero series Daredevil, which was released on March 18, 2016.[32] While initially hesitant in joining a superhero franchise, Bernthal decided to take the role after admiring the performances of actors Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock / Daredevil) and Vincent D'Onofrio (Wilson Fisk) in the previous season of Daredevil. Critics commended Bernthal's performance as The Punisher, with IGN calling it "an absolutely stellar, gutting performance".[33] Comic book writer and the Punisher's co-creator Gerry Conway called Bernthal's performance a favorite on-screen portrayal of the character and said, "Jon Bernthal gives The Punisher the kind of pathos that's underneath the tough guy and I really like that".[34]

Despite not initially being ordered by Netflix, the network spun-off the character's self-titled series The Punisher, released on November 17, 2017. His portrayal of the title character in season one was commended as a "truly remarkable and intense performance" for its emotional depth and "possibly the best grizzly antihero performance among all of Marvel's Netflix series to date".[35][36] Bernthal likes to perform his own stunts on the show.[37] On December 12, 2017, it was announced that the show had been renewed for season two by Netflix, which was released on January 18, 2019.[38] A month later, the show was canceled.[39]

Work in film: 2015–present[edit]

In 2016, Bernthal co-starred in the Ben Affleck thriller The Accountant as Brax. He also was interviewed for the 2016 documentary Can't Be Stopped about the Los Angeles graffiti crew of the same name.[40]

In 2017, he co-starred in Sicario writer Taylor Sheridan's directorial debut Wind River, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, a crime comedy in which he played Griff, and prison drama Shot Caller. Additionally, Bernthal starred in Irish action thriller film Pilgrimage[41] Set in 13th century Ireland, Bernthal plays The Mute in the film which resulted in the actor, who prefers to stay in character on film sets, choosing not to speak to the cast or crew for the first few weeks of production.[42] Bernthal was praised for his acting, with The Hollywood Reporter remarking that Bernthal "steals the film with his intense, nearly wordless performance... with his buff physicality and commanding presence filling the screen".[43]

On November 17, 2017, the initial season of The Punisher and the film Sweet Virginia were both released. In Sweet Virginia, Bernthal plays Sam, a gentle motel-owner with Parkinson's disease; critics praised his performance.[44][45][46] During the press tours at this time Bernthal's interview on Jim Norton and Sam Roberts made news due to his description of Kevin Spacey (who had faced recent sexual assault charges) of making him uncomfortable on the set of Baby Driver.[47][48] Bernthal stated that he "lost all respect" for Spacey and that "[Spacey] was a bit of a bully."[49] In the same month, Bernthal was supposed to participate in the biographical 2018 film First Man, but left the project due to his daughter's illness.[50]

In 2018, he appeared in Steve McQueen's heist thriller Widows, and reprised his The Walking Dead role of Shane Walsh in the season 9 episode "What Comes After".[51][52] In 2019, he appeared in the independent adventure film The Peanut Butter Falcon, playing Shia LaBeouf's character's brother.

Upcoming projects[edit]

Bernthal will portray business magnate Lee Iacocca in a supporting role for James Mangold's upcoming action biographical drama Ford v Ferrari. Production began in the summer of 2018 and the movie is set to be released in November 2019.[53] Cast in October 2016, Bernthal will also star in the film Stingray opposite Joel Edgerton which is expected to begin filming in 2019.[54] He will also star in the drama Viena and the Fantomes.[55]

It was announced in October 2018 that Bernthal has a role in the dark comedy movie Snow Ponies, notably an entry on the 2016 Black List.[56]

In January 2019, Bernthal joined the cast of The Many Saints of Newark, the prequel feature film of HBO's The Sopranos.[57]

Personal life[edit]

Bernthal married Erin Angle, a trauma nurse, on September 25, 2010, in Potomac, Maryland.[17][18] She is the niece of professional wrestler Kurt Angle. Bernthal and Angle were married by his acting teacher, Alma Becker.[10] They have two sons, Henry and Billy (born August 2011 and January 2013), and a daughter, Adeline (born February 2015).[58] Bernthal is a cousin of Adam Schlesinger, songwriter and bassist of the band Fountains of Wayne. The Bernthal family lives in Ojai, California.[17]

Together with his brother Nicholas, an orthopedic surgeon at UCLA, Bernthal runs a nonprofit organization called Drops Fill Buckets, described as an "impact-driven, entrepreneurial approach to making a difference".[59][60] He is also an advocate of pit bull ownership and is a spokesperson for the Animal Farm Foundation, which rescues and promotes the equal treatment of pit bulls.[9][61] He has three pit bulls and they often accompany him to set; two of his dogs, Boss and Venice, made appearances in Bernthal's 2012 film Rampart.[37][62]



Year Title Role Notes
2002 Mary/Mary Manny
2004 Tony n' Tina's Wedding Dominic Fabrizzi
Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman Man in Office
2006 World Trade Center Christopher Amoroso
2007 The Air I Breathe Interviewer
Day Zero James Dixon
2008 Bar Starz Donnie Pitron
A Line in the Sand Banzai
2009 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Al Capone
2010 The Ghost Writer Rick Ricardelli
Date Night Young Man
2011 Rampart Dan Morone
2013 Snitch Daniel James
Grudge Match B.J. Rose
The Wolf of Wall Street Brad Bodnick Nominated – Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Ensemble Cast
Nominated – Central Ohio Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble
Nominated – Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble
Nominated – Detroit Film Critics Society Award for Best Ensemble
Nominated – Georgia Film Critics Association Award for Best Ensemble
Nominated – Gold Derby Award for Best Ensemble Cast
Nominated – Seattle Film Critics Award for Best Ensemble Cast
2014 Fury Pfc. Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis National Board of Review Award for Best Cast
Viena and the Fantomes Unreleased
2015 Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Mr. McCarthy
Sicario Ted
We Are Your Friends Paige Morrell
2016 Justice League vs. Teen Titans Trigon (voice)
The Accountant Braxton Wolff
The Escape Holt Short film
2017 Wind River Matt Rayburn
Baby Driver Griff
Sweet Virginia Sam
Pilgrimage The Mute
Shot Caller Frank "Shotgun"
2018 Widows Florek Gunner
2019 The Peanut Butter Falcon Mark
Ford v Ferrari Lee Iacocca
2020 The Many Saints of Newark Johnny Soprano Post-production
TBA Those Who Wish Me Dead Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2002 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Lane Ruddock Episode: "Malignant"
2004 Without a Trace Alex Genya Episode: "Bait"
Dr. Vegas Greg Episode: "Dead Man, Live Bet"
Boston Legal Michael Shea Episode: "Questionable Characters"
2005 Jonny Zero Brett Parish Episode: "I Did It All for the Nooky"
CSI: Miami Harry Klugman 2 episodes
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Sherm Hempell Episode: "Goliath"
How I Met Your Mother Carlos Episode: "Purple Giraffe"
2006–2007 The Class Duncan Carmello Main role
2009–2010 Eastwick Raymond Gardener Main role
2010 Numb3rs Mike Nash Episode: "Growin' Up"
The Pacific Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez 2 episodes
2010–2012; 2018 The Walking Dead Shane Walsh Main role; 20 episodes
Nominated – Scream Award for Breakout Performance – Male (2011)
2012 Harry's Law Lucas Trassino Episode: "The Whole Truth"
2012; 2017 Robot Chicken Shane Walsh, various roles Voice role; 2 episodes
2013 Mob City Detective Joe Teague 6 episodes
2015 Show Me a Hero Michael H. Sussman 4 episodes
SuperMansion Rat-A-Pult Voice role; 3 episodes
2016 Daredevil Frank Castle / Punisher Main role (season 2)
2017–2019 The Punisher Main role
Nominated – Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television (2018)
Nominated – Saturn Award for Best Actor in Streaming Presentation (2019)
2018–2019 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Ilan 2 episodes

Video games[edit]

Year Title Voice role Notes
2003 Manhunt Cerberus Character mold
2014 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Corporal Jim Decker Playable character in the downloadable game mode "Exo Zombies"
2019 Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Major Cole D. Walker Also motion capture performance for downloadable content (DLC)[63]
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint Lieutenant Colonel Cole D. Walker Also motion capture performance


Year Title Role Venue Notes
1994 Scenes From The New World Boots/ Waiter Studio 1019 [64]
1999 Cher Molière Molière Institute for Advanced Theater Training International touring production[65]
2000 Man of La Mancha Sancho Panza Moscow Art Theatre [65]
2000 Spring Awakening Moritz Steifel Moscow Art Theatre Workshop production[65]
2001 Othello Lodovico American Repertory Theater u/s Iago[66][67]
2002 Marat/Sade Inmate American Repertory Theater [68]
2002 This Is Our Youth Dennis Studio Theatre [69][70]
2002 The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui Arturo Ui Ontological-Hysteric Theater [71]
2003 Fifth of July Understudy Signature Theatre [72]
2003 Proof Hal Portland Stage Company [73]
2007 Fat Pig Carter Geffen Playhouse Replacement[74]
2011 Small Engine Repair Terence Swaino Rogue Machine Theatre Ovation Award for Best Acting Ensemble in a Play
Nominated – Ovation Award for Best Lead Actor in a Play[23]


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