Who is Jared Abrahamson?
Born on November 19, 1987 in Flin Flon, Manitoba/Saskatchewan, Canada, Jared Abrahamson is an actor as well as a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, but best known for starring in his role in the Canadian film “Hello”. Destroyer”. He was then cast in the Netflix show “Travelers” playing Trevor Holden
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The Wealth of Jared Abrahamson
As of the beginning of 2020, Jared Abrahamson’s net worth is estimated to be over $500,000, largely earned through a successful acting career. He has also participated in several professional MMA fights which has helped build his wealth.
Early life and education
Jared grew up in the small mining town of Flin Flon in northern Canada. The environment there helped him grow strong and flexible as he navigated extreme weather conditions. At a young age he started working in the mines and in his spare time he was trained by fighters from his town and learned the techniques of mixed martial arts.
However, while going through all this, he discovered a strong desire to become one career like an actor. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at Vancouver Film School, with the intention of paving his way as an actor.
VFS is a private school in Canada and is internationally renowned, known for producing numerous high profile names in the entertainment industry such as Neill Blomkamp, Emily Bett Rickards, Kevin Smith and Hannah Hall. He completed his studies there, joined his distinguished alumni and continued his studies by enrolling in numerous acting workshops, including taking classes at other Vancouver schools such as the Actors Foundry, which is known for holding weekly and online classes. Soon after, he started taking on a few projects, his first being in the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days”.
In 2014, Abrahamson landed a five-episode role in the television series “Awkward”, playing the character of Pete. The show follows the story of a female teenager who is in a phase of questioning her identity. The show was well received and lasted for a total of five seasons, although he only appeared there during the fourth season. He also had a guest role in “Fear the Walking Dead”, and his second movie role was in the drama “The Submarine Kid”, starring Finn Wittrock.
In 2016, he landed his breakthrough role in the Canadian drama called “Hello Destroyer” playing the role of Tyson Burr, a hockey enforcer, an unofficial role where he acts as a goon to disrupt the opposing team.
However, during one of his games, he violently hits an opponent harder than intended. The film was nominated for four Canadian Screen Awards – garnering acclaim for his performance – and won four Leo Awards and eight Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards, with Jared winning in the Best Actor in a Canadian Film category.
Continued success in acting
After this success, Jared was then one of the main cast members in the Netflix show “Travelers”, alongside Eric McCormack, Mackenzie Porter, Patrick Gilmore, Reilly Dolman and Nesta Cooper.
It is set in a post-apocalyptic future, where special agents are assigned to record time by returning their consciousnesses to where they can inhabit another body, attempting to save themselves from their impending death. The show covers their lives as cops, the rules they must abide by, and the conflicts they face while living another’s life. In the show, Jared is depicted as his team’s engineer and one of the oldest people ever, but when he travels back in time, he takes on the life of a high school athlete. The show ran for three seasons before ending in 2019.
While working on ‘Travelers’, he also continued to take on film work – he had roles in the Canadian drama ‘Never Steady, Never Still’ and the thriller ‘Keep Watching’ in which he teamed up with Bella Thorne. He also had a role in the American-Canadian co-production “Sweet Virginia”, in which he collaborated with Jon Bernthal. He also gained some attention for his work in the independent film “Gregoire” which was nominated for numerous awards. One of his latest projects is “American Animals,” based on the 2004 Transylvania University library robbery; the film received many positive reviews.
— Jared Abrahamson (@JaredAbrahamson) August 7, 2018
Mixed martial arts
While working as an actor, Abrahamson has not forgotten his roots in Canada and his background in mixed martial arts. He started compete as a professional MMA fighter, labeling himself as a “workers’ fighter” due to his history and heritage. He is often referred to as Wolfblood Abrahamson, a tribute to his Canadian heritage. He has a professional record of 1-1. He has also competed in professional kickboxing, most notably Muay Thai where he has a professional record of 2-0.
It is believed that Jared is single, but he has not spoken about his romantic life, which he prefers to keep away from the public as he is focused on furthering his career and takes up acting when he can.
He is a close friend of Bernie Yao whom he met while filming “Hello Destroyer”.
His background in mixed martial arts has helped him land roles as he has already had good training for most of the fight scenes. With his burgeoning career, he has been compared by publications to several other popular Canadian actors, such as Ryan Reynolds and Stephen Amell. With many Canadian action stars being cast as superheroes, there is speculation that he could follow a similar path in the future.