If you live in LA you may have caught Jonathan being interviewed this morning on Good Day LA.
Jonathan, who turned 22 yesterday, discussed his starring role in the new YOMYOMF webseries MotherLover.
"I'm getting revenge because my friend married my mom," Jonathan explained of his role as Tim in the weekly series, before going on to talk about the talented team behind the show, "So many great people are getting involved. Our producers are the same people who made Arrested Development and Community and Happy Endings, and now they're going to go and direct the new Captain America movie ... the quality of people now going to do webseries' is amazing."
You can watch the full Good Day LA interview with Jonathan below, or visit YOMYOMF's YouTube channel to catch the first three episodes of MotherLover.
On September 19 the sold out red carpet premiere of Broken Roads will take place at Laemmle Theater in North Hollywood.
The movie is Jonathan's first project as executive producer, and has already won a number of prestigious awards including Best Motion Picture Trailer and Best Director – Motion Picture Trailer at the American International Film Festival.
Starring Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Sally Kirkland, Broken Roads tells the story of a young man named Aldo Russo, a city boy from Trenton, New Jersey. Seventeen-years-old with everything needed in life; till a tragic car accident shatters it, leaving his mother dead and him in a critical condition both physically and emotionally. Haunted by his mother's memory, he becomes lost from the world. Broken Roads is a journey of rediscovery, dealing with loss, life, and hills climbed which forever change us.
Have you ever wanted to be part of the making of a real TV project? Well, now you can. Your support is needed for Just That Simple: a brand new comedy from 10 in 2 Productions starring Jonathan Lipnicki, Brandon Riess and BT Chamberlain as three best friends trying to break into the film industry.
In order to create a product of the highest and most professional quality, the 10 in 2 Productions team require a budget of $20,000, and they are asking for your help! Any donations would be greatly appreciated, and – as both an actor and a producer on the project – would mean the world to Jonathan.
You can make a donation to Just That Simple via their Indiegogo page, where you will find more information about the project and the people involved in it. Every contribution counts, and as a thank you from the team, there are a number of "Perks" up for grabs – including signed scripts, behind the scenes DVDs, and even the opportunity to spend a day on set as an extra.
If you'd like to support Just That Simple but would prefer not to donate, then promoting the show through sharing the Indiegogo page and Liking the Facebook page, as well as following @jts_10in2 on Twitter, are just a few other ways you can get involved in helping make this project possible.
Please note that the following preview may contain language not suitable for viewers under the age of 17.