Jaden Lieberher was born as Jaeden Wesley Lieberher on 4 January 2003, to an American parent, Wes Lieberher and Angela Martell. He was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, along with his sister, Jovi Lieberher. His paternal grandparents are Thomas William Lieberher and Jeannine Hasson.
Jaden moved to Los Angeles with his mother at the age of eight, which led him to a world of acting. Though he didn't take any acting classes, he began starring in some commercials. He made his big screen debut with a small role as Chris Evans in "Playing it Cool" directed by Justin Reardon.
His breakthrough act came in the comedy-drama film " St. Vincent" in 2014 portraying, Oliver Bronstein and won the Las Vegas Film Critics Society Sierra Award for Best Youth in Film. He starred with superstars like Bill Murray, Melissa McCarthy, and Naomi Watts He further starred in the movie, Midnight Special, written and directed by Jeff Nichols.
Jaeden and Jacob Tremblay starred as siblings with Naomi Watts playing their mother, in the drama The Book of Henry. He is nowadays known for starring Bill Denbrough in the horror film, It. He further featured superstars like Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, and Emma Stone.
The 15 years old American actor loves baseball and plays Baseball during his leisure time. He is an American citizen and is of white ethnicity. There is no any speculation of him being engaged in a relationship or having a girlfriend; he is single. His height is 5 feet 5 inch, and his zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Lieberher earns his salary or wage from his modeling and acting career; however, his exact net worth is under review. Some source suggests that as of 2017 his net worth is $600 thousand.