Jonah returned to his old weight while out for a run in Los Angeles on Oct. 23. The actor reportedly gained 70 pounds, bringing him to 270 pounds, his highest in years.
Gym time! Jonah seemed hard at work during the workout to return to his slimmed-down figure.
Jonah’s friend told The National Enquirer, “Jonah is eating again with reckless abandon,” the source said. “He is a brilliant comedic actor with decades ahead of him, but he has to get a handle on his health before he faces deadly consequences.”
Check out Jonah’s weight loss and gain throughout the years.
Pictured in 2007, Jonah embraced his weight to become the signature “funny fat man” for comedies like The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Accepted.
Jonah’s figure was at its fullest in 2009.
Jonah started slimming down in February 2011 in preparation for his film Moneyball with Brad Pitt.
By May of 2011, Jonah looked completely unrecognizable as he debuted a super slim figure on the red carpet.
Jonah kept up with his healthy figure in January 2012.
Jonah’s figure continued to shrink by September. He reportedly lost 40 pounds thanks to a sushi-based diet. “I think it’s about the work you are doing,” he said on Australia’s Kyle and Jackie O radio show. “Getting in better shape is a sign of maturity. I think you are taken seriously.”
Jonah made headlines — and not for his films! — when he packed on the pounds only a month later.
At The Wolf of Wall Street premiere in December of 2013, Hill seemed to be slimming down once again.
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