Jason Gould is an American actor and singer. He was born on 29 December 1966, in New York, USA. He is most recognized for his roles in the films, "Say Anything" and "Prince of Tides". He also works as a screenwriter, director, and producer.
He worked on "Inside Out", a short comedy that he wrote, directed, and produced.
Date of Birth
29 December 1966
New York, USA
actor and singer
Family and Early Life:
Gould is the son of Elliott Gould, an Oscar-nominated actor who has appeared in films and on television, and Barbra Streisand, a well-known singer, songwriter, and actress who has won two Academy Awards. In 1971, his parents split up.
In 1972, he made his debut as a young actor in the film "Up The Sandbox". However, his contribution went unnoticed. Initially, he desired to have his own business but under the influence of his parents, he altered his mind and choose to work in the film industry instead.
The estimated net worth of Jason Gould is around $15 million. He makes his earnings through his successful professional career. He has a fan following from all over the world.
Jason Gould always had his parent's support and has never been afraid to accept his sexuality since coming out as gay to his family at the age of 21. He hasn't spoken publicly about his partner or their relationship status since he prefers to keep his personal life private.
His mother has told the press how much she loves and accepts her son for who he is. She has also spoken out against anti-gay sentiments made by politicians like Pat Buchanan and George Bush.
In 1989 romance drama "Say Anything", Gould had his first important role. In the same year, he appeared in the drama film, "Listen To Me" as another minor character. He also appeared in "The Big Picture", a comedic picture.
He then played a supporting role in the 1991 American romantic drama film, "Price Of Tides". His mother directed that film and also played the leading role. The film was a box office hit and received seven Academy Award nominations.
Furthermore, In 1996, he starred in the film, "Subterfuge". He also wrote, directed, and produced the comedic short "Inside Out" the next year, in which he also played a key role. He then appeared in the play "Twilight of the Golds" the same year.
Despite the fact that he hasn't starred in a film in a long time, he has lately begun a singing career. In 2012, he published his debut extended play, "Jason Gould" which was self-titled. The following year, he released "Morning Prayer/Groove" his other EP.
Moreover, In some of his mother's tours, he joined her on stage. In 2014, he collaborated with her on her studio album "Partners". The album was a big hit, and it received a Grammy nomination in the category of "Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album".