Jennifer Pfautch Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Net Worth||$ 1.5 million|
|Married to||Omari Hardwick (m. 2012)|
Jennifer Pfautch is an American Publicist who became famous after her marriage with Omari Hardwick, an actor well recognized for his portrayal of Ghost St. Patrick in the drama series, Power. As of 2018, she works at Paradigm Talent Agency. She also manages her own blogs where she publishes inspirational and motivational articles. Her husband Omari Hardwick is one of the popular actors in the Hollywood who has appeared in numerous films and TV series including Kick-Ass, I will follow, Flip Mode and The List.
Early Life And Education Of Jennifer Pfautch
Jennifer Pfautch was born in the United States of America. She was very talented since her early age and gave more preference to her career than her studies.
Jennifer has been a part of various social ventures since her very early age. Jennifer Pfautch completed her graduation from the California Lutheran University in 2004.
Jennifer Pfautch's Career
Jennifer Pfautch is a businesswoman by profession. She came into the limelight after she tied the knot with a well-recognized actor, Omari Hardwick. She worked as an assistant at the Creative Artists Agency from (2004-05).
Then, she then joined the Paradigm Talent Agency. Currently, she works as a publicist at the Paradigm Talent Agency.
Hardwick is well known for his appearance in various television shows and movies, including, Power, Being Mary Jane, Kick-Ass, and The A-Team, which are well-recognized films.
Jennifer Pfautch's Net Worth
Jennifer Pfautch shares $1.5 million net worth with her actor husband Omari Hardwick. He is one of the highest paid actors in the Hollywood. He earns a huge amount from his acting career.
They have a lavish life, they frequently show their luxurious life on their social media. Here's the list of Hardwick's six movies earning list.
|Year||Film||Box Office Collection|
|2005||Beauty Shop||$37.2 million|
|2006||The Guardian||$94.9 million|
|2009||The Kick-Ass||$96.2 million|
|2010||For Coloured Girls||$38 million|
|2010||The A-Team||$177.2 million|
She hasn't revealed much about her financial structure. However, her husband, Omari Hardwick, earns a decent amount of money from his films and television series which is estimated to be around $1.5 million.
Jennifer Pfautch's Personal Life, Married, Husband
Jennifer Pfautch is a married woman. She married Omari Hardwick in 2012, after dating for few years. They kept secret their relationship for a few years.
After two years of marriage, she began facing criticism for her appearance and her race- the context being married to an African guy. Hardwick has a number of tattoos on his body.
This made some impacts on Pfautch, but rather than being hurt and getting distracted, the gorgeous lady educated her critics with a good speech. Hardwick stood very supportive of her. They regularly flaunt on Instagram.
Omari Hardwick and Jennifer Pfautch share two children; a daughter, and a son. However, Omarii also had a young son from his previous affair- he died at an early age in 2007.
Her husband Omari Hardwick is a popular actor from America. He was born and raised in Georgia. He began writing on regular basis and participated in many sports pretty early. He attended the Marist School, Atlanta. During he was there, he was champion in baseball, basketball, and football. He also received a football scholarship for the University of Georgia. But, after joining University, he continued in theater and poetry. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
After graduation, he tried to make the roster of the NFL San Diego Chargers but was not selected in the draft.
He initially did several jobs in order to pay for his acting classes. He did few independent movies from 2002-04. In 2004, he made a big break in a TV movie Sucker Free City. In 2006, he featured in a theatrical film The Guardian. The same year, he portrayed the main role in a mini-series Saved. He then worked in numerous feature and TV movies and series.
In 2008, he made a guest appearance in a crime thriller series CSI: Miami. From 2009-10, he enacted in a TV series Dark Blue. He also appeared in a black-comedy film Kick-Ass in 2010.
He then continued appearing in films and TV shows. From 2013-14, he was one of the main cast in a TV drama Being Mary Jane. He also won 2013’s Black Reel Award for Outstanding Actor category from the series. He also nominated for two Image Awards in 2014 and 2015.
Since 2014, he is portraying James Ghost St. Patrick in a TV series Power alongside Joseph Sikora, Lela Loren, Andy Bean, and other stars. He also won a nomination for BET Award for the Best Actor category in 2017. In 2017, he appeared in a sci-fi comedy film Sorry to Bother You alongside Tessa Thompson, Terry Crews, Patton Oswalt, David Cross, and other stars.