Rashida Jones Age, Wiki, Biography, Husband, Height in feet, Net Worth & Many More

By | September 5, 2022

Rashida Leah Jones is an American actress, director, writer, and producer who is known for working in the Hollywood films and television industry. She was born on 25th February 1976 in Los Angeles, California, the United States to Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton. Her father is a musician/record producer and her mother is an actress. She has an elder sister, actress and model Kidada Jones. From her father’s other relationship, she has five half-siblings. Rashida did her early studies at Hebrew school in her childhood. Later, she joined The Buckley School, California. During her school time, she associated with theatres. After that, Rashida joined Harvard University. She served as a musical director for the Opportunities, a cappella group.

Rashida made her television debut in 1997 with The Last Don. In 1998, Rashida made her film debut with Myth America. In 2000, she appeared in three television series, If These Walls Could Talk 2, Freaks and Geeks and Boston Public. For her performance in Boston Public, she was nominated for NAACP Image Award. She also starred in the film East of A that year. In 2001, she appeared in the short film, Roadside Assistance. Now You Know and Full Frontar are her two released films in 2002. Death of a Dynasty was her two released film in 2003. She was seen in the television series, Chappelle’s Show. In 2004, Rashida appeared in the television series, NY-LON. Little Black Book was her only released film of the year.

Later, in 2005, she acted in three television series, Wanted, Stella and Our Thirties. In 2007, Rashida was seen in the film The Ten. She appeared in two television series that year, Saturday Night Live and Wainy Days. Unhitched was her only released television series in 2008. In that year, he acted in the film, Life in Flight. In 2009, he starred in the film, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men and I Love You, Man. Robot Chicken and Parks and Recreation were her two released television series of the year. Vamped Out was her only released television series in 2010. She was seen in three films, The Social Network, Cop Out and Monogamy. In 2011, Rashida acted in five films, Beastie Boys: Fight for Your Right, Friends with Benefits, The Big Year, Our Idiot Brother, and The Muppets. She had two released television shows in that year, Wilfred and Web Therapy. In 2012, she acted in three television series, including Who Do You Think You Are?, The Cleveland Show and Billy on the Street. In that year, she made her debut as a co-writer and executive producer with the film, Celeste and Jesse Forever. Decoding Annie Parker was her only released film in 2013. She gave her voice in two television series that year, The Simpsons and The Awesomes. She also appeared in two television series, Comedy Bang! Bang! and Kroll Show.

Next, in 2014, she worked as an executive producer and writer in the television series, A to Z. She also appeared in that television series. Her other television series was Key & Peele. Cuban Fury was her only released film of the year. In 2015, Rashida produced the documentary Hot Girls Wanted and also acted in it. She also appeared in three other movies that year, Matters of the Heart, A Very Murray Christmas and Inside Out. In 2016, Rashida produced and directed the television series, Angie Tribeca. She gave her voice in Zoolander: Super Model. She writes the television show, Black Mirror. Don’t Come Back from the Moon was her only released film in 2017. In the same year, she worked as an executive producer and director and acted in the television series Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On. She also worked as an executive producer and acted in the television series Claws. Black-ish was her other starring television series. In 2018, she co-directed and worked as a co-writer in another documentary, Quincy. She also worked in four films that year. She was seen in two television series that year. In 2019, she worked on five films. She co-wrote the story of Toy Story 4. She gave her voice in two films, Spies in Disguise and Kalus. In 2020, she worked as an executive producer in BlackAF and gave her voice to another television series, Duncanville. On the Rocks was her only released television series of the year.

She worked as an executive producer in the television series, Kevin Can F**k Himself in 2021. In that year, she was also seen in three other television series.

Wool and Sunny are her two upcoming television series.

She also appeared in several music videos over the year.

Jones created Frenemy of the State, a comic book series.

As a singer, Jones has provided backing vocals for the band Maroon 5. Jones was a guest vocalist on the Tupac Shakur tribute album, The Rose That Grew from Concrete.

Rashida launched her own production company Le Train Train in September 2018.

She has done several social and humanitarian works.

She engaged with music producer Mark Ronson in February 2003. Their relationship ended after one year. 

Rashida had a son with her boyfriend, musician Ezra Koenig.

NameRashida Leah Jones
Nick NameRash or Rashi
ProfessionActress, Writer and Producer
Known Forstarring as Ann Perkins on the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation (2009–2015), for which she received critical acclaim.
Date of BirthFebruary 25, 1976
Age46 years old (in 2022)
Birth PlaceLos Angeles, California, United States
NationalityAmerican
HometownLos Angeles, California, United States
SchoolHebrew School, The Buckley School in Sherman Oaks.
CollageHarvard University
DebutThe Last Don (1996)
ReligionChristian
Zodiac SignPisces

Rashida Jones Career

  • Rashida made her television debut in 1997 with The Last Don. 
  • In 1998, Rashida made her film debut with Myth America.
  • In 2000, she appeared in three television series, If These Walls Could Talk 2, Freaks and Geeks and Boston Public.
  • In 2001, she appeared in the short film, Roadside Assistance. 
  • Now You Know and Full Frontar are her two released films in 2002.
  • Death of a Dynasty was her two released film in 2003. She was seen in the television series, Chappelle’s Show.
  • In 2004, Rashida appeared in the television series, NY-LON. Little Black Book was her only released film of the year.
  • In 2005, she acted in three television series, Wanted, Stella and Our Thirties.
  • In 2007, Rashida was seen in the film The Ten. She appeared in two television series that year, Saturday Night Live and Wainy Days.
  • Unhitched was her only released television series in 2008. In that year, he acted in the film, Life in Flight.
  • In 2009, he starred in the film, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men and I Love You, Man. Robot Chicken and Parks and Recreation were her two released television series of the year.
  • Vamped Out was her only released television series in 2010. She was seen in three films, The Social Network, Cop Out and Monogamy.
  • In 2011, Rashida acted in five films, Beastie Boys: Fight for Your Right, Friends with Benefits, The Big Year, Our Idiot Brother, and The Muppets. She had two released television shows in that year, Wilfred and Web Therapy.
  • In 2012, she acted in three television series, including Who Do You Think You Are?, The Cleveland Show and Billy on the Street. In that year, she made her debut as a co-writer and executive producer with the film, Celeste and Jesse Forever.
  • Decoding Annie Parker was her only released film in 2013. She gave her voice in two television series that year, The Simpsons and The Awesomes. She also appeared in two television series, Comedy Bang! Bang! and Kroll Show.
  • In 2014, she worked as an executive producer and writer in the television series, A to Z. She also appeared in that television series. Her other television series was Key & Peele. Cuban Fury was her only released film of the year.
  • In 2015, Rashida produced the documentary Hot Girls Wanted and also acted in it. She also appeared in three other movies that year, Matters of the Heart, A Very Murray Christmas and Inside Out. 
  • In 2016, Rashida produced and directed the television series, Angie Tribeca. She gave her voice in Zoolander: Super Model. She writes the television show, Black Mirror.
  • Don’t Come Back from the Moon was her only released film in 2017. In the same year, she worked as an executive producer and director and acted in the television series Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On. She also worked as an executive producer and acted in the television series Claws. Black-ish was her other starring television series.
  • In 2018, she co-directed and worked as a co-writer in another documentary, Quincy. She also worked in four films that year. She was seen in two television series that year.
  • In 2019, she worked on five films. She co-wrote the story of Toy Story 4. She gave her voice in two films, Spies in Disguise and Kalus.
  • In 2020, she worked as an executive producer in BlackAF and gave her voice to another television series, Duncanville. On the Rocks was her only released television series of the year.
  • She worked as an executive producer in the television series, Kevin Can F**k Himself in 2021. In that year, she was also seen in three other television series.
  • She also appeared in several music videos over the year.
  • Jones created Frenemy of the State, a comic book series.
  • As a singer, Jones has provided backing vocals for the band Maroon 5. Jones was a guest vocalist on the Tupac Shakur tribute album, The Rose That Grew from Concrete.
  • Rashida launched her own production company Le Train Train in September 2018.

Rashida Jones Family 

Father Name Quincy Jones

Mother Name Peggy Lipton
Brother Quincy Jones III
Sister Kidada Jones, Kenya Kinski-Jones, Jolie Jones Levine, Martina Jones, Rachel Jones.
HusbandNone

Rashida Jones Relationship / Marital Status & Many More 

Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs / Boyfriend Ezra Koenig (2016-Present)
Dating HistoryTobey Maguire (1997-2000)
Mark Ronson (2002-2004)
Seth Meyers (2004)
John Krasinski (2005-2006)
Charlie Hunnam (2006)
Jon Favreau (2009-2010)
Garrett Hedlund (2010-2011)
Jake Gyllenhaal (2011)
Drake (2012)
Colin Jost (2013-2016)
Husband / Spouse N/A
Marriage date N/A
Marriage Place N/A
ChildrenSon(s): Isaiah Jones Koenig
Rashida Jones & Ezra Koenig

Rashida Jones Physical Stats

HeightIn Centimeter – 165 cm
In Meter – 1.65 m
In feet & inches – 5’5
WeightIn Kilogram- 54 Kg
In Pounds – 119lbs
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBrown

Rashida Jones Favourite 

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Favourite  Song N/A
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Rashida Jones Education 

School Hebrew School, The Buckley School in Sherman Oaks.
Collage Harvard University.
Educational Qualification Graduated with a Degree in Philosophy and Religion

Rashida Jones Net Worth

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Some Unknown facts about Rashida Jones

  • She is very good friends with Harvard Grad and Natalie Portman.
  • She served as the executive producer and co-director on the 2018 Netflix documentary Quincy about her own father.
  • She co-starred with Amy Poehler on Parks and Recreation.
  • She attended Harvard University and graduated in 1997. She originally wanted to become a lawyer.
  • She co-starred with Amy Poehler on Parks and Recreation.

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