Jonathan has his own line of hair products called "Jonathan".
Antin has been involved as a hairstylist for many award-winning music videos such as "Livin' La Vida Loca," "Living on the Edge," and "She Bangs."
Antin's innovative hairstyles have been featured in hundreds fashion and style magazines, including Elle, Vogue, Allure, W, InStyle, People, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, New Woman, New York magazine and Los Angeles magazine.
Antin was raised among L.A's elite fashion and beauty industry. It was after seeing Warren Beatty in the award-winning hit movie Shampoo that inspired a teenage Antin to follow his passion and enroll in the Fairfax Beauty Academy.
Antin has worked with many celelbrities but would like to "rock out" Hillary Clinton and mix it up with Donald Trump.
Antin rates being a dad as the greatest experience in his life and he now wonders why he waited so long. He can't wait to have more.
Jonathan has two brothers Neil Antin and Steve Antin. He also has one sister Robin Antin. It is rumored that Jonathan is estranged from Steve, since he seldom speaks of him publicly.
Jonathan studied at the Fairfax Beauty Academy and he secured a job at one of West Hollywood's trendier salons. Jonathan spent many years working his way up the ladder, he was eventually able to fulfill a dream and purchase a salon. Now he is one of the most sought after hair designers and is able to charge $500 for an average haircut at the salon or $1000 for a house call haircut.
Jonathan and his fiancée Sescie have a son, Asher Jones Antin, born 6th January 2006.
In 2004 Jonathan was one of the judges in the Miss Teen USA Pageant.
Jonathan Antin: You motherfuckers in the Middle East, God help you if I ever come over there, 'cause I'll take all you cocksuckers out.
Jonathan: (when asked if he was a perfectionist) I don't believe in half-ass anything, there's no point. I'm definitely a little off the Richter scale in that respect. I never want to lose that passion and need for perfection.
Jonathan: (when asked about his reality show Blowout) I look at Blow Out kind of like Rocky. I think it's like the American dream – I'm a little bit crazy and I don't let anything get in my way. I don't mind if they show me yelling and screaming and kicking, because that's what it takes to make it happen. That's what the third season is about – living out your fantasy.