Kevin Hart’s net worth
Facts of Kevin Hart’s net worth
|Net worth||$128 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1979 July 6|
|Aka||Kevin D. Hart, Hart, Kevin|
|Age:||40 years old|
Kevin Hart's net worth: $128 Million
Kevin Hart, born on 1979, July 6, is an American comedian, producer, spokesman, and actor. He has an estimated net worth of $128 million. Hart collected $90 million in 2016 and $28.5 million in 2015. The major source of his income may be his tours and movies roles, but he also earns a significant value from merchandise sales, endorsements, social medias, and other endeavors. Hart earned $1 million (on average) per gig this year. One of the highest-paid comedians in the world, Kevin is celebrated for his hit movies such as Paper Soldiers, Scary Movie 3, Soul Plane, In the Mix and Little Fockers. He is also popular for his comedy albums such as "Think Like A Man" and "Get Hard," and plus national world tours.
In 2016, the talented comedian performed more than 100 shows at arenas, venues, and stadiums around the world. This year, he was in four super-earning movies. They are Ride Along 2, Central Intelligence, The Secret Life of Pets, and Kevin Hart: What Now?." Furthermore, he has been working as a writer, actor, co-creator and executive producer of the American Reality Television Parody, Real Husbands of Hollywood since 2013. Nevertheless, he has appeared in many television shows and series. This year, 2017, the award-winning actor and comic will appear in upcoming movies, namely "Jumanji" and "Untitled the Intouchables Remake."
An unfavorable comic
Kevin started his professional career through stand-ups. Unfortunately, he was booed off stage several times during his initial career days. Once, a fan even threw a piece of chicken at him. Consequently, because of such incidents, Kevin decided to channel his energy in comedy competitions to gain experience. Gradually, Kevin was able to create a distinct comedic style, focusing on his life experiences and insecurities.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kevin's single mother, Nancy Hart, made him the man he is today. His cocaine addict father was in and out of jail throughout his childhood. Growing up alone in the absent his father, Hart used his comedy skills and humor to overcome his troubled family life. Kevin briefly attended the Community College of Philadelphia after graduating his high school. Later, he moved to moved to New York City and then to Brockton, Massachusetts, where he found a shoe salesman job. The hardworking man had started his stand-up comedy after performing at an amateur night club in Philadelphia.
Hart and then-wife, Torrei Hart, ended their long marriage in February 2010, citing irreconcilable differences and taking the joint custody of their children Heaven and Hendrix. The officially divorced in November 2011. Later, in mid-2014, Hart won the heart of Eniko Parrish when he proposed her. As a result, the pair tied their wedding knot on August 13, 2016, near Santa Barbara, California.
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