Omari Hardwick Biography
|Date of Birth:||1974 , January-9|
|Age:||47 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 10 Inch|
|Father||Attorney Clifford Hardwick IV|
|Birth Place/City||Savannah, Georgia|
|Net Worth||$ 1.5 million|
|Weight in KG||85 KG|
|Married to||Jennifer Pfautch (m. 2012)|
|Education||University of Georgia|
|Awards||Black Reel Award for Outstanding Actor|
|Movies||For Colored Girls 2010|
|TV Show||Power since 2014|
|Siblings||Jamil Hardwick ,Malik Hardwick ,Shani Hardwick|
American actor, Omari Hardwick is better known for his roles in the television series like The A-Team, Saved and Dark Blue. She is active in the field of acting since 2001 and has also starred in numerous movies.
Hardwick placed in the top five in the 2003 and 2004 National Poetry Slam Competitions. He also played football when he was younger and grew up in Georgia with his family.
Early Life And Education Of Omari Hardwick
Omari Hardwick was born Omari Latif Hardwickon January 9, 1974 in Savannah, Georgia, United States, under the birth sign of Capricorn. He is the son of father Attorney Clifford Hardwick IV and mother Joyce Hardwick.
Hardwick has three siblings, Jamil Hardwick, Shani Hardwick and Malik Hardwick. He completed schooling from Marist School for his education.
He was excellent in sports and was holding good position in plays like baseball, football and basketball. By looking his good effort in play he was granted scholarship for football in University of Georgia.
Omari Hardwick's Career
Though he was raising star in sports he choose acting and poetry as passion and interest. He is also associated in Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity in present time. After his graduation he was not selected within NFL because of which he dragged his mind upon acting.
It was in struggling phase for him therefore he started working odd jobs to pay and support financially for acting class. Being unsuccessful in early time also led him to live in his car for certain time. Later movie Sucker Free City in 2004 provided him with position of success.
Hardwick breakthrough came after appearing in the 2004 television series Sucker Free City as Dante Ponce. He then selected for a role in the movie The Guardian and then eventually appeared in the series of Saved.
Moreover, Hardwick was featured in the 2012 music video of Floetry's Say Yes and further participated in the National Poetry Slam in 2003 and 2004.
Besides acting career, Hardwick in a collaboration founded the Plan B Inc. Theater Group and Actor's Lounge at the Los Angeles' Greenway Theater in 2010. He further founded the production company Bravelife Films.
Hardwick is actively working in the field of acting. Shot Caller and The Runner are some of his recent movies and will be appearing in the movies like Sorry to Bother You and Will Gardner. Moreover, he also appears in the role of James "Ghost" St. Patrick in the television series Power since 2014.
Omari Hardwick's Net Worth and Body Measurements
Omari weight and height looks balanced looking his picture. His height is 5 feet 10 inch but weight is not mentioned in it. He can be followed in twitter and Instagram as he is actively using it.
Hardwick obtains a good sum of money from his ventures. He is the co-owner of theater and production companies which is running well through which he earns a good sum of money. As of 2018, he has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Omari Hardwick's Personal Life
Reviewing his marital status, Hardwick has been married to Jennifer Pfautch. The couple tied the knot in 2012. He is stable in marital status along with a child. His power of acting in movies is the solo reason behind his professional success for which he credits all his effort and support of his wife.
There is no any circumstance among the couple to divorce and they seem extremely happy with their love which can be easily spotted in public places as well. They often visit to local restaurants for dinner in free time where they look comfortable with each other. The couple together has a son Brave and a daughter Nova.
Previously, he had an assist with Joy Bryant. Omari loves watching cricket however; he is still into football.