Jake Borelli Biography
Jake Borelli is an American actor best known for his roles as Wolfgang on the Nickelodeon comedy series The Thundermans 2015–2018 and Dr. Levi Schmitt on the ABC medical drama Grey’s Anatomy.
Jake Borelli Age
Jake was born on May 13, 1991 in Columbus, Ohio, to Linda Borelli and Mike Borelli. He is now 27 years old as of 2019. He has two older brothers, Ben and Zack.
Jake Borelli Height
He stands at a decent height of 5 feet and 6 inches.
Jake Borelli Wife| Is Jake Borelli Gay
Jake is one of a kind in relationship and to our amazement, he proclaimed in an instagram post that he was gay. This was after acting in a role as gay in Grey’s Anatomy and later confessed that that was his life in reality. This was the biggest coming out he had had since coming out to my parents at 18.
“As a gay guy myself, tonight’s episode was so special to me,” the 27-year-old wrote. “This is exactly the kind of story I craved as a young gay kid growing up in Ohio, and it blows my mind that I’m able to bring life to Dr. Levi Schmitt as he begins to grapple with his own sexuality this season on ‘Grey’s Anatomy.’ ”
Borelli continued, “His vulnerability and courage inspire me every day, and I hope he can do the same for you. To all of you who feel like little Levis out there, know that I do too, that you are seen, and that we’re all in this together.”source:jake borelli instagram
Jake Borelli Net Worth| How Much does Jake Borelli Earn?
Jake Borelli is one of the actors whose salary is still pending from his fans. His estimated net worth is still under review and will soon be updated, so keep in touch.
Jake Borelli Grey’s Anatomy
Jake Borelli played Levi Schmitt in seasons fourteen and fifteen of Grey’s Anatomy and his character also appeared in Grey’s Anatomy: B-Team.
Jake Borelli Interview and more on him being Gay
Brief Take: Please tell me Schmico are going to be OK! Last we saw, that power line was coming dangerously close to the ambulance they were in. I need to know they’re going to be alright.
Jake Borelli: [laughs] I hope so! I hope Schmico’s OK but it looked quite dramatic and I know the wind storm is still going. So I’m excited for January to see exactly how bad this wind storm gets because everyone seems to be in danger right now.
BT: You must be getting a lot of love from Grey’s fans.
Jake Borelli: It’s been overwhelming, frankly, in the most beautiful way possible. Now that I’m in New York, I’ve gotten the ability to meet a lot of these fans and there’s been a lot of personal reactions from people that have come up to me and told me how they were feeling and how the storyline has affected them and how they’ve been fans of the show for 15 years and they finally feel represented.
BT: On top of that, you have viewers writing Schmico fan fiction, you have someone deeply devoted to getting you on The Ellen Degeneres Show, message boards devoted to you, and the list goes on.
Jake Borelli: [laughs] It’s been insane. One of my favorite things out of all of this is the fan art that has been coming out. People draw Schmico and draw Levi and Nico. I absolutely love it!
BT: Tell me about working on the Fall Finale that made everyone cry (in the best way possible), and with having Kevin McKidd as your director.
Jake Borelli: Oh Kevin was fantastic. He’s such a great director! He’s directed a bunch of episodes and it’s really great to have someone who really understands the whole arc of the show and who’s been there in the trenches with us directing and at the head of it.
BT: It was tremendous work. As an actor, you must feel so proud.
Jake Borelli:Thank you so much. It was a personal and a professional milestone for me and I can’t wait for more, honestly. It’s been really wonderful.
BT: Being part of the Shondaland family must feel so empowering too.
Jake Borelli: Shondaland is such an iconic production company and it’s a company and a group of people that I’ve always looked up to. When I was younger and I knew that I wanted to be in television, I was like “let’s shoot for the stars!”. [laughs] Shondaland and Grey’s Anatomy is about as high as you can get right now.
BT: Your storyline is one of self discovery. What have you learned about yourself on this journey?
Jake Borelli: Over the past couple of weeks I’ve also sort of landed a little deeper into my own confidence and into my own body. I have continued to grow in my relationship with myself, which I think is fantastic, and I think is something that Levi is doing right now.
BT: We don’t get too many big Broadway shows here, so I need to live vicariously through you for a moment. How was Waitress?
Jake Borelli: [laughs] Oh my gosh, Waitress was absolutely fantastic! It was my second time seeing it and I absolutely love it. One of my really good friends, Alex Wyse, was playing Ogie and oh! he just warms my heart with everything he does and I stood up and clapped and cheered the whole way through. He’s hilarious.
BT: So you’ll be seeing it again, is what you’re saying?
Jake Borelli: Oh I will be seeing it many, many more times! [laughs]
BT: Are you going to see any more Broadway or off Broadway shows while you’re there?
Jake Borelli:I hope so! I’m here for the next couple of days so hopefully I’ll see one tomorrow. But I was here a few months ago and I saw nine plays in like three weeks so maybe I need to spend a little less money on theatre for the next couple of months. [laughs]
BT: I mean while you’re there, you have to see more shows!
Jake Borelli:[laughs] I like this peer pressure.
Jake Borelli The Thundermans
Jake Borelli is an actor, known for roles in The Thundermans, NCIS and In Searching among others. On The Thundermans, he plays the recurring character, Wolfgang.
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Jake Borelli Movies And Tv Shows
|2009||Psych: Flashback to the Teen Years||Teenage Shawn|
|The Forgotten||High School Guy|
|NCIS: Los Angeles||Stefan Maragos|
|True Jackson, VP||Harvey|
|2011||Greek||OX Pledge #1|
|2014||Gang Related||Andy Schiller|
|2017–present||Grey’s Anatomy||Dr. Levi Schmitt|
|2018||Grey’s Anatomy: B-Team|