Jonah Hill has become a dad for the first time at the age of 39 after the Superbad actor welcomed his first child with fashion designer girlfriend Olivia Millar.
The news comes just weeks after the Hollywood star missed sister Beanie Feldstein's wedding, which led to speculation that the baby was set to arrive. A representative for Jonah has confirmed that the child arrived in Spring.
Jonah and Olivia have been romantically linked for just under a year and there have also been rumours of an engagement circling – as the fashion designer was spotted wearing a large diamond ring in April. Olivia, co-owner of an online vintage shop, was first seen with Jonah in September last year – and in recent months has been photographed on a number of occasions with her baby bump.
Jonah was previously engaged to Gianna Santos for a year, but the couple ended their relationship in October 2020. The actor later had to deny he was set to marry surfer Sarah Brady, dismissing speculation in February last year.
Jonah and Olivia have opted to keep their relationship out of the public eye as much as possible. The Wolf of Wall Street star last year opened up on how his mental health was affected by media appearances.
In an open letter released ahead of his documentary, Stutz, he announced that he would no longer promote his films because of how public facing events made his anxiety worse. The documentary is about Jonah’s relationship with his therapist, Phil Stutz, who he began seeing in 2017 following a recommendation by fellow actor Joaquin Phoenix.
“The whole purpose of making this film is to give therapy and the tools I’ve learned in therapy to a wide audience for private use through an entertaining film,” Jonah wrote. “Through this journey of self-discovery within the film, I have come to the understanding that I have spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public facing events,” he added.
Jonah went on to say, “you won’t see me out there promoting this film, or any of my upcoming films” while he protected his mental health. He added he would not be staying true to the film if he made himself sick by promoting it.
He wrote: “I usually cringe at letters or statements like this but I understand that I am of the privileged few who can afford to take time off. I won’t lose my job while working on my anxiety.
“With this letter and with Stutz, I’m hoping to make it more normal for people to talk and act on this stuff. So they can take steps towards feeling better and so that the people in their lives might understand their issues more clearly.”
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