Jonah Hill takes a walk around his LA neighborhood with his dog and a dog trainer

Jonah Hill was snapped taking out his dog for a walk, along with a dog trainer, in his Los Angeles neighborhood on Sunday.

The Los Angeles native, 36, donned a navy blue T-shirt with a chest pocket with a gold necklace, white pants and a pair of sandals.

The Beach Bum actor wore a face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic, and spiking COVID-19 rates in Southern California.

The latest: Jonah Hill, 36, was snapped taking out his dog for a walk, along with a dog trainer, in his Los Angeles neighborhood on Sunday

The latest: Jonah Hill, 36, was snapped taking out his dog for a walk, along with a dog trainer, in his Los Angeles neighborhood on Sunday

The Wolf of Wall Street star last month took to Instagram with a pair of pictures in tribute to his late older brother Jordan Hill, who died at 40 on December 22, 2017 as result of a pulmonary embolism. 

One of the images was the brothers when they were children, another of a screengrab of a playing song that reminded Jonah of Jordan, A Tribe Called Quest’s Can I Kick It.

‘Celebrating you today,’ Hill wrote. ‘Listening to this all day. Happy birthday my bro.’

The Maniac actor also referenced his late sibling in a November post on the social media site with a shot of a lion pattern in a shoe he designed.

The Beach Bum actor wore a face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic, and spiking COVID-19 rates in Southern California

The Beach Bum actor wore a face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic, and spiking COVID-19 rates in Southern California 

Well-remembered: The Wolf of Wall Street star last month took to Instagram last month with a pair of pictures in tribute to his late older brother Jordan Hill, who died at 40 on December 22, 2017 as result of a pulmonary embolism

Well-remembered: The Wolf of Wall Street star last month took to Instagram last month with a pair of pictures in tribute to his late older brother Jordan Hill, who died at 40 on December 22, 2017 as result of a pulmonary embolism

One of the images was a screengrab of a playing song that reminded Jonah of Jordan, A Tribe Called Quest's Can I Kick It

One of the images was a screengrab of a playing song that reminded Jonah of Jordan, A Tribe Called Quest’s Can I Kick It 

‘Been asked why the Lion in the sole,’ Jonah wrote. ‘My bro was a Lion and now everything I make from films to clothes to whatever will carry a Lion with it.’

In January of 2020, Jonah took to Instagram with a memory of Jordan, a Beverly Hills talent manager who represented Maroon 5 and Robin Thicke, in the wake of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others in Calabasas, California on January 26.

He shared a shot of himself sitting courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers game with Bryant prominently in the background.

‘I’m sitting next to my brother and he’s taking this,’ Hill wrote. ‘It was the night we both met Kobe and he was so nice to us. So funny, so amazing and so kind (in the middle of a game!). My brother and I grew up worshiping the Lakers and because of my job we got to sit next to Kobe and the whole team! I have lived a privileged life. Truly.

Beloved: Jonah's late brother Jordan Feldstein was snapped at a Clippers game in 2015

Beloved: Jonah’s late brother Jordan Feldstein was snapped at a Clippers game in 2015

The Maniac actor also referenced his late sibling in a November post on the social media site with a shot of a lion pattern in a shoe he designed

The Maniac actor also referenced his late sibling in a November post on the social media site with a shot of a lion pattern in a shoe he designed 

Hill shared a shot of himself sitting courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers game with late legend Kobe Bryant prominently in the background, that his late brother Jordan snapped

Hill shared a shot of himself sitting courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers game with late legend Kobe Bryant prominently in the background, that his late brother Jordan snapped 

‘We were literally buzzing with excitement to meet our hero and it’s one of my favorite memories ever. It’s my favorite memory with my brother. I’m sitting between Kobe and my brother and now they’re both gone.’

Hill said he’d stared ‘at this photo for days in disbelief and sadness and joy’ in the wake of Bryant’s premature death.

‘It’s my favorite picture and I think it represents for me, all of the hard and amazing things in life and how fleeting they are,’ he said. ‘But their fleeting nature doesn’t make them any less beautiful. I’ve been thinking a lot about saying Rest In Peace and what that means. But I don’t think Kobe or my brother are resting.

‘I think they’re hustling up there. Working hard and getting s*** done. Cuz that’s what they do. All my love to the ones here left behind. Take care of each other and love each other. That’s the lesson I’ve learned.’

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