What Is Omari Hardwick’s Net Worth?
Omari Hardwick has a net worth of $5 million as an actor, rapper, and podcaster in the United States. Omari Hardwick has acted in a variety of television and film projects, including “Power,” “Army of the Dead,” “For Colored Girls,” and “Being Mary Jane.”
Hardwick was born in Savannah, Georgia on January 9, 1974. Joyce and Clifford Hardwick III are his parents. His father worked in the legal field. Hardwick attended Marist School in Brookhaven, Georgia, and grew up in Decatur, Georgia. He played basketball, baseball, and football while there, but he was also interested in the arts. He was a poet who wrote on a regular basis. He received a football scholarship to the University of Georgia after graduating from Marist School. While football was his main focus at the time, Hardwick continued to write poetry and became active in theater, which was his minor.
Hardwick was not drafted in the NFL draft after graduation, although he tried out for the San Diego Chargers. Hardwick worked odd jobs as a struggling actor to pay for acting courses.
In 2002, Hardwick appeared as an extra in Floetry’s “Say Yes” music video. In 2003 and 2004, he won an award for his participation in the National Poetry Slam.
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In 2010, Hardwick became a co-founder of the Los Angeles Greenway Theater’s “Actor’s Lounge” and a founding member of “Plan B Inc. Theater Group.” He also launched “Bravelife Films,” a production firm.
Hardwick’s performance as “Troy” in the critically acclaimed indie smash I Will Follow in 2011 earned him his finest film reviews to date. Hardwick appeared as Chris Novak, a hard-luck criminal approaching prison, in an episode of NBC’s Chase.
In 2013, he was cast in the lead role of James Ghost St. Patrick on Starz’s crime drama-thriller Power, which he continues to play in 2019. On the show, Hardwick has collaborated with celebrities like as 50 Cent and Joseph Sikora.
Hardwick continues to work on other projects while on “Power.” In 2018, he appeared in the science fiction comedy “Sorry to Bother You,” and in Zack Snyder’s 2019 blockbuster “Army of the Dead,” which will be released in 2021. In 2021, he was cast in the Netflix series “Pieces of Her,” which is based on novelist Karin Slaughter’s novel of the same name.
Hardwick also created his own podcast, “Poetics,” in 2019. Long-form interviews between Hardwick and notable rappers like 50 Cent, Method Man, and Draymond Green are typical of the program. He’s also continued to work on his poems and music, including the poem “Little Black Boy Wonder.”
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Omari Hardwick’s Personal Life
Hardwick began dating Jennifer Pfautch in the 2000s. For Pfautch, who is of Native American and German ancestry, the relationship was difficult since she was rejected by her family for dating outside of her race. The pair has remained together, and they have both made public declarations in favour of interracial marriage. Pfautch was pregnant in 2008, but the child was stillborn. The pair married in 2012, after dating for several years, and have two children since then.