Kevin Hart Net Worth, How did the comedian and actor acquire his wealth and fame? Find out more interesting facts about Kevin Hart Net Worth, his life and his career.
About Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart is not just an ordinary comedian but one who is exceptional in the field. However, he started with comedy, he later ventured into other areas of the entertainment industry such as acting, producing and writing.
What is Kevin Hart Net Worth? Keep reading to find out more about Kevin Hart Net Worth.
|Full Name:||Kevin Darnell Hart|
|Date of Birth:||July 6, 1979|
|Net Worth:||$120 Million|
Kevin Hart Early Life and Career
His full name is Kevin Darnell Hart. He was born on July 6, 1979, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. His father’s name is Henry Robert Witherspoon and mother ‘Nancy Hart’.
Kevin’s father wasn’t a source of support to him as his dad was a drug addict and engaged in criminals’ activities which meant he was mostly in jail. This led to his mother who worked as a non-academic staff at the University of Pennsylvania to take care of his upbringing. He has an elder brother named Robert Hart.
Due to his troubled childhood, Kevin found solace in humor which he used to cope with. In the course of that, he discovered he was naturally talented in comedy.
Kevin Hart studied at George Washington High School after which he had a short stint at studied at Community College of Philadelphia. He then moved to New York and later moved to Massachusetts where he worked for some time selling shoes.
He decided to pursue a career in comedy as he started performing to small audiences in night clubs in Philadelphia.
Kevin’s career in comedy began fully using the name Lil Kev meaning Little Kevin but things didn’t go down well at the beginning as he wasn’t seen to be funny by certain persons who throw kinds of stuff at him while he performed. According to him, he said “I was trying to be everybody and was so confused and didn’t know what to do”
However, he engaged in comedy competitions that saw some improvement in his career. During the course of that, Kevin came under the tutelage of Keith Robert a veteran comedian who mentored him and from there success flowed.
Kevin Hart developed his own style and won several amateur stand-up comedian performances. He also moved from performing in small clubs to big night clubs around the United States.
In 2002, he began acting and starred in movies whose genre included comedy. He starred in movies such as; Paper Soldiers, Death at a Funeral, This is the end, Night School and Central intelligence. Kevin also featured in the popular movie ‘Think Like a Man‘, ‘Ride Along‘ and their sequels.
Kevin Hart Net Worth
As of today, Kevin Hart Net Worth is $120 Million. He may be a funny guy but he has strict work ethics and is dedicated to his work.
As an A-list comedian, he earns a minimum of $1 million per performance. Kevin Hart Net Worth is accumulated from his comedy tours.
From 2015-2016, his ‘What Now‘ tour which he made about $70 million. In 2018, Kevin made another huge amount of money from his ‘Kevin Hart tour‘ which he made $30 million.
Apart from comedy, Kevin Hart Net Worth is also earned by acting. In the early 2000s, he made about $30,000 per film though that has greatly increased over time. Hart also engages in television commercials and signs endorsement deals from reputable firms.
Awards and Recognitions
Here are some of the awards Kevin has received in the course of his career:
-Best Actor – BET Awards: 2005
-Outstanding Comedy Series – NAACP Image Awards: 2012
-Entertainer of the Year – NAACP Image Awards: 2012
-Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series – NAACP Image Awards: 2012
-Favorite Funny Star – Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards: 2012
-Top Comedy Tour – Billboard Touring Awards: 2016
-The Comedy Act of 2018 – People’s Choice Awards: 2018
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