Jaeden Lieberher made his film debut in the 2014 American comedy-drama film ‘St. Vincent.’ His performance as ‘Oliver Bronstein’ in the film earned him the ‘Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award’ and ‘Phoenix Film Critics Society Award.’ That same year, he also starred as ‘6-year-old Me’ in the American romantic comedy film ‘Playing It Cool.’ The following year, he made his television debut with the adult animated sitcom ‘American Dad!’ Around the same time, he grabbed the role of ‘Johnny Masters’ in the period drama television series ‘Masters of Sex.’ Lieberher remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2016.
He was next seen in films like ‘Midnight Special’ (2016), ‘The Confirmation’ (2016), and ‘The Book of Henry’ (2017). The year 2017 saw the release of the coming-of-age supernatural horror film ‘It’ directed by Andy Muschietti where Lieberher played the role of ‘Bill Denbrough’ for which he won the ‘MTV Movie & TV Award.’ The film received universal acclaim upon release with many critics calling it the best movie of the year. ‘It’ was also a phenomenal box office success and went on to become one of the highest-grossing R-rated films of all time.
The year 2019 saw 5 releases of Lieberher including ‘The True Adventures of Wolfboy,’ ‘It Chapter Two’ where he reprised the role of ‘Bill Denbrough,’ and ‘Knives Out.’ In 2021, he made a brief appearance in the drama streaming television series ‘Calls.’