As America’s Favorite Comedian, Kevin Hart is winning hearts all over the world. With over 24 million Facebook and 52 million Instagram followers, he is making us laugh ever since he joined Comedy Central’s special I’m a Grown Little Man in 2019. Soon he became one of the most paid comedians in the world. So, what’s his net worth now? Scroll down to know everything about Kevin Hart’s life, career, income, and even net worth.
Born on July 6th, 1979, in Pennsylvania, Kevin was raised by his mother, Nancy Hart, and brother Robert. Nancy was a system analyst at the University of Pennsylvania. After completing high school, Hart attended Community College of Philadelphia. He graduated from there and turned his focus towards comedy.
Initially, it didn’t work for him, but he didn’t give up and moved to New England for a better shot. He started joining competitions at the clubs in Massachusetts and won some of the big ones. During his struggling period, he supported himself with a part-time job of shoe salesman. Kevin first gained fame when he participated in a TV series named Undeclared. Even though it ran for just one season, he became quite famous after it.
Box Office Hits
Over time, he worked in more than 40 feature films and plenty of television shows. Hart made his Hollywood debut with Paper Soldiers and rose to prominence with Undeclared. At the beginning of the career, he earned $30,000 per movie. Some of his successful comedy films include Soul Plane, Death at a Funeral, Scary Movie Franchise, Little Fockers, and 40-Year-Old virgin.
Among his famous commercials are Nike, Tommy John, Hyundai, H&M, and Foot Locker. Hart is also the founder and CEO of Heratbit productions, which is an entertainment company. In the year 2018, the funny man launched a comedy streaming service called Laugh Out Loud.
He has also been a significant part of many award shows, and he charges approximately $1 million for every show. To date, he has hosted the 2011 BET Awards, 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, and 2016 MTV Movie Awards.
The end of 2019 is going to see the sequel Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Both Kevin and Dwayne Jonson will be seen in the movie, and it’s definitely going to be a blockbuster with a lot of money in his pockets.
Hart has a passion for cars
If you are a Kevin Hart fan, you must be knowing about his love for cars and sports. With a real taste for luxury, Hart bought throwback Jersey with his first income. Right now, his expensive fleet includes Mercedes-Benz G63, which costs around $150,000 MSRP. His collection also consists of a Ford Mustang GT500E, Aston Martin Vanquish, Pontiac GTO, Ferrari 488GTB, and Ford Bronco.
Wife and Kids
Kevin was married to Torrie Hart, his college sweetheart, in the year 2003. He has one daughter and son with Torrie named Heaven and Hendrix. Things didn’t go well between the couple, and they filed for divorce in 2011. As it was a mutual decision, Hart moved on soon and married Eniko Parrish. He proposed her during her birthday party in 2014, and after a long relation, they tied the knot in Santa Barbara, California, in 2016. The wedding was every girl’s dream wedding, and now they have a son together named Kenzo Kash.
A seven-bedroom house
After finding success in acting and television, Kevin got himself a seven 6,549 square ft house. Located in Tarzan, the house has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. The house was built in 2000 and owned by a non-celebrity couple. It was on the market in the year 2012, and Hart didn’t wait for it to vanish again. Right now, he lives there with his wife, Eniko, and children.
In 2019, Kevin’s Net worth is estimated to be around $200 million, which brings him amongst the highest-paid actors. If you categorize his income, he earned approximately $90 million between 2015 and 2016. In the year 2017 and 2018, he again made between $60 million and another 60 million between June 2018 and 2019. Most of his earnings came from time cameos, product endorsement, merchandise, and even tours.
Recently he got into an accident while riding the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, which he gifted himself on his 40th birthday. He is fine now and is rocking the comedy world again.
|Name||Кеvіn Dаrnеll Наrt|
|Nick Name||Lіl Кеv|
|Place of Birth||Рhіlаdеlрhіа, Реnnѕуlvаnіа, UЅА.|
|Spouse||Тоrrеі Наrt (М. 2003; Dіv. 2011) and Еnіkо Раrrіѕh (М. 2016 – Рrеѕеnt)|
|Children||Hendrix Hart, Heaven Hart, Kenzo Kash Hart|
|Education||Соmmunіtу Соllеgе оf Рhіlаdеlрhіа|
|Net Worth||$200 Million|
|Father||Неnrу Rоbеrt Wіthеrѕрооn|
|Known For||Рареr Ѕоldіеrѕ (2002)|
Quotes by Kevin Hart
“Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to do the work. I live by that. You grind hard so you can play hard. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually, it’ll pay off. It could be in a year, it could be in 30 years. Eventually, your hard work will pay off.” – Kevin Hart
“Be loyal to those who help you grow. You got a team, you keep your team together, you run as a unit. You got a team of people, it means they believed in you, they bought into your dream. That means they invested in you, they invested time, energy and effort. In return, you gotta invest your vision and promise them that we’re all going to win together.” – Kevin Hart
“Appreciate hard work and the process of hard work. Because after that’s over and you get the rewards of success, you look back on these moments and you respect those moments the best. You have no character, you have no place to come from.” – Kevin Hart