Omari Hardwick Biography
Omari Hardwick born Omari Latif Hardwick is an American actor, known for his roles in the TV series Saved and Dark Blue, in Spike Lee’s Miracle at St. Anna (2008), and, The A-Team (2010), Kick-Ass (2010), in Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls (2010) and as Andre in BET Network’s Being Mary Jane. Omari currently stars as James “Ghost” St. Patrick in Starz’s Power.
Omari Hardwick Age
Omari Latif Hardwick was born on January 9, 1974 in Savannah, Georgia, U.S. He is 45 years of age as of 2019
Omari Hardwick Height| How Tall Is Omari Hardwick
Omari stands at aheight of 5ft 8 ½ (1.74 m).
Omari Hardwick Salary and Networth
Omari Hardwick has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars as of 2019. The Power star’s receives a good salary but the exact amount remains unknown to date.
Omari Hardwick Family
Omari is a son to Clifford Hardwick IV and Joyce Hardwick along side three other siblings Malik Hardwick,(deceased) born in 1971, Shani Hardwick (Deceased) born in 1982 and Jamil Hardwick who is married and has children.
Omari Hardwick Wife
Omari is a married man to his lovely wife Jennifer Pfautch since 2011. they have two children. The couple had dated for some years. Their marriage is blessed with two children.
Omari Hardwick Kids
Omari and Jennifer have two children a daughter named Nova and a son named Brave.
Omari Hardwick Son Dies
Omari’s with wife Jennifer Pfautch lost their first son who passed away being a baby. Omari who was in grief when he posted a dark message on social media said that: “ thought it was ugly losing my son. I thought it was ugly losing my brother at 45 & sister at 33. All within a 3-year span. Ugly of HATE is”. Omari didn’t disclose the reasons for his siblings’ untimely deaths.
Omari Hardwick Gay
When Omari remained single for a while, he became prone to controversy. Omari is no stranger to this as it has been presumed several times that he was gay. However, the hunky Hollywood star put an end to the rumor with his marriage to Pfautch. The couple seem to going very strong and so far, there is no sign of divorce.
Omari Hardwick Parents
Omari hails from a family of six. His fathers name is Cifford Hardwick IV is a lawyer while his mothers name is Joyce a stay at home mom. The star has two brothers and a sister.
Omari Hardwick Family
The Power star has two brothers named Jamil and Malik and a sister named Shani.
Omari Hardwick NFL
After graduation, Hardwick was not selected in the NFL draft due to injury but tried to make the roster of the NFL San Diego Chargers. Hardwick struggled by doing odd jobs in order to pay for acting classes. After being unsuccessful, he started living in his car, and he finally got his break in 2004 TV Movie Sucker Free City.
Omari Hardwick Film Career
Next, he booked roles in feature film The Guardian and a series regular role in Saved. For the role, Hardwick spent two years training as a fireman and a paramedic. Hardwick had a quick scene as an extra in Floetry’s “Say Yes” music video in 2002. He participated award-winningly in the National Poetry Slam in 2003 and 2004. Hardwick became a founding member of “Plan B Inc. Theater Group”, and a co-founder of “Actor’s Lounge” at the Los Angeles’ Greenway TheaterI in 2010. He also founded production company “Bravelife Films”. Hardwick was also featured in the urban lifestyle publication, Prominence Magazine for its Holiday issue.
Hardwick received his best films reviews to date for his role as “Troy” in 2011 in the critically acclaimed indie hit I Will Follow (2011). Hardwick has guest starred on an episode of NBC’s Chase as Chris Novak, a hard luck criminal facing prison. Hardwick co-starred in the science fiction comedy film Sorry to Bother You, which was released on July 6, 2018 in theaters.
Omari Hardwick Power
Power is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Courtney A. Kemp alongside Curtis Jackson. It debuted on June 7, 2014, on the Starz network and has run for five seasons. It tells the story of James St. Patric (Omari Hardwick), also known as Ghost, a ruthless drug-dealer under the nickname “Ghost”, who wishes to leave the criminal world in order to support his legitimate business interests as a nightclub owner. Ghost aims to balance these two lives, while avoiding police capture and looks to resolve his personal life as his marriage crumbles. The show is set and filmed in New York City.
Omari’s Early life and education
For high school Omari attended Marist School in Atlanta, Georgia where he excelled in baseball, basketball and football, which eventually led him to a football scholarship for University of Georgia. He was a football player and tried out for the NFL after his stint at UGA but an injury sidelined him. Instead, Hardwick continued in acting and poetry and thus minored in theater. Hardwick is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
Omari Hardwick Movies
- 2002 Circles Lameck
- 2004 Within the Wall Saul
- The Male Groupie Act Shun
- 2005 Beauty Shop Byron
- 2006 Speechless Ku James
- Gridiron Gang Free
- The Guardian Carl Billings
- 2008 Miracle at St. Anna Platoon Commander Huggs
- Linewatch Drake / Kimo
- 2009 Next Day Air Shavoo
- 2010 Everyday Black Man Malik
- Kick-Ass Sgt. Marcus Williams
- The A-Team Chopshop Jay
- For Colored Girls Carl Bradmore
- 2011 I Will Follow Troy
- 2012 Sparkle Levi
- Middle of Nowhere Derek
- 2013 Kings & Beggars Noah
- Lu Doctor Harden
- Things Never Said Curtis Jackson
- The Last Letter Michael Wright
- 2014 Reach Me Dominic
- Lap Dance Dr. Don Cook
- 2015 Chapter & Verse Jomo
- 2017 Shot Caller Ed Kutcher
- 2017 The Runner Rick Roslin
- 2018 Sorry to Bother You Mr. Blank
- A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night Cass
- Will Gardner Samuel “Top” Gallegos
- Nobody’s Fool Frank
Omari Hardwick TV Shows
Sucker Free City
Episode: “Judgement Day”
John “Sack” Hallon
Main cast; 13 episodes
Episode: “And How Does That Make You Kill?”
Main cast; 20 episodes
Lie to Me
Benny “B” Davis
Episode: “The Better Half”
Episode: “Self Help”
Being Mary Jane
Main cast; 8 episodes
A Christmas Blessing
James “Ghost” St. Patrick
Omari Hardwick Videos
“Break My Heart”
Estelle featuring Rick Ross
“You Make Me Wanna”
Eshe featuring Omari Hardwick
Fabolous, Velous and Chris Brown
Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé
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POWER Season 5 Official Trailer (HD) Omari Hardwick Drama Series