Jonah Hill, the cast of Netflix's Stutz, has reportedly undergone lap band surgery for weight loss as per Reddit users. Compared to his before and after pictures, the five-foot-seven-inch-tall actor has lost a significant amount of weight. Meanwhile, what about Jonah Hill's diet plan and workout routine? Let's find out.
Netflix's Stutz is a documentary that explores the reality of mental health from every conceivable viewpoint, making it genuinely beneficial for people of various ages, statuses, and backgrounds. After all, it centers on the value of vision and open communication as well as the therapeutic relationship between actor Jonah Hill and famous psychiatrist Phil Stutz.
Meanwhile, Jonah has established himself as a talented comedic actor with a strong work ethic. Fans who have met him have also stated that the actor is often pleasant in person, as evidenced by his extensive list of close friends in Hollywood. Jonah has spoken out about being bullied because of his weight when he was younger, in high school, and even during his early years in Hollywood. Since the beginning of his career, his weight has fluctuated, with the dedicated actor gaining and losing weight for various acting projects.
Since Jonah Hill's sudden and dramatic rise to fame in 2007, he's evolved into a healthier version of himself. His dramatic weight loss has impressed both fans and the media, but does it outweigh the harm done when Jonah was shamed for his body size? And how did he achieve such a remarkable transformation? Did he undergo surgery? What's his diet plan and workout routine? Continue reading to find out!
Jonah Hill’s Weight Loss Surgery: Reddit Users Credit Gastric Lap Band Surgery for the Actor’s New Slim Physique!
Nobody handles transformations better than celebrities, particularly when it comes to showing off drastic weight loss and reshaping their bodies. Jonah Hill is one example. However, many fans and Reddit users wonder if the actor underwent surgery to lose weight.
It's no secret that the actor has lost a lot of weight since his chubby Superbad days, but Reddit users claim that the comedian credits gastric lap band surgery for his new slim physique! A gastric lap band reduces 40% of excess weight over two years.
According to sources, his before and after pictures demonstrate the five-foot-seven-inch tall actor crushed the scales at a whopping 260 pounds. But the comedian is now 175 pounds. Meanwhile, the actor was spotted swimming in a football jersey that appeared far too large for his drastically slimmer frame.
The Academy Award-nominated (Moneyball, The Wolf of Wall Street) actor has continued his weight loss journey after debuting a much slimmer figure. Hill's physique is almost unrecognizable a few months later when compared to his burly figure in films like Superbad, The Sitter, and This Is the End, resulting in quite a body transformation.
Jonah Hill's first leading role came in Judd Apatow's 2007 film Superbad. Jonah's other roles from the mid to late 2000s cemented his reputation as a talented comedic actor. By 2017, Jonah had slimmed down significantly, leaving fans wondering what the secret to his weight loss was.
According to The Mirror, Jonah was traveling from a personal training session when he was first photographed looking thinner. So, while an exercise routine is presumably one factor that contributed to his weight loss, the actor revealed that other factors like a street-balanced diet and regular workouts played a significant role in his new healthier figure.
The actor started losing weight in 2011, but his efforts to drop the 40 pounds he had accumulated for his War Dogs part in 2015 were finally successful in 2017. He sought the assistance of a nutritionist, a trainer, and even some slim and toned friends, including his 21 Jump Street co-star Channing Tatum, for advice in order to achieve this.
In August 2016, Hill shared a memory on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He explained, “I gained weight for this movie War Dogs, and then I wanted to get in better shape, so I called Channing Tatum and said, ‘Hey, if I ate less and go to a trainer, will I get in better shape?’”
Hill later admitted that he "understood how much [it] hurt" to be called "fat, gross, and unattractive" so early in his career. He later added, "Like everyone else, I'm still being built up, you know what I mean? We're all just attempting to understand it."