Kevin Hart Net Worth: How Does Kevin Hart Spend His Money?

Kevin Hart’s Childhood

Kevin Hart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 6, 1979. Nancy, Kevin’s mother, raised him and his older brother Robert. She worked as a systems analyst in the Office of Student Registration and Financial Services at the University of Pennsylvania. Hart attended George Washington High School. He briefly attended Community College of Philadelphia before dropping out to relocate to New York City and, later, the Boston area. He was a shoe salesperson.

Kevin Hart’s Career

Hart got his start in comedy by participating in an amateur night at a bar in the Philadelphia region. Philadelphia’s The Laff House hosted his debut performance. He did not find success right away. Hart was repeatedly booed off the stage. He was attempting to mimic other comedians at this early stage of his career, especially Chris Tucker. He eventually understood that was ineffective and changed his act.

Hart launched his comedy tour, “I’m a Grown Little Man,” in 2009. It was followed by “Seriously Funny,” “Laugh at My Pain,” and “Let Me Explain” in 2010, 2011, and 2013. The latter two were also made available in theatres as features.

Hart began his “What Now?” Tour in Texas in April 2015. The movie “Kevin Hart: What Now?,” which would hit theatres on October 14 of that same year, was announced by Universal Pictures in July of that same year.

Kevin Hart’s Net Worth

The highest-paid entertainer in the world is the American comedian, producer, spokesman, and actor Kevin Hart. Kevin Hart is currently estimated to be worth $450 million.

Kevin made $90 million between August 2015 and August 2016 via tours, movies, merchandise, sponsorships, and other sources. Kevin made $60 million from June 2017 to June 2018. Between June 2018 and June 2019, he made an additional $60 million. He made $40 million over the next 12 months.

Kevin Hart’s Private Life

From 2003 through 2010, Kevin was wed to Torrei Hart, a fellow comedian. They had two kids together before parting ways. Hart asked for shared custody of their two kids, son Hendrix, who was born in 2007, and daughter Heaven Leigh, who was born in 2005. In November 2011, the divorce was finally formalized.
Hart and Eniko Parrish exchanged vows in Santa Barbara, California, on August 13, 2016. In November 2017, their son Kenzo Kash was born. Hart acknowledged cheating on Eniko while she was pregnant a month after Kenzo was born. In September 2020, their daughter Kaori Mai was born.

 

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Kevin has referred to his tense connection with his father in his stand-up routine. For many years, Kevin’s father, Henry Witherspoon, struggled with a serious cocaine addiction, which affected their relationship and Kevin’s early years. His father spent most of his childhood in and out of jail. Kevin developed his sense of humor as a coping strategy to divert his family’s attention from the struggles of their alcoholic father. While speaking affectionately of his mother, he fails to mention that she passed away from cancer in 2006.

Hart failed a field sobriety test in April 2013 after nearly colliding with a tanker truck on a motorway in Los Angeles. He was detained for DUI, a misdemeanor. He received a three-year probationary term in August of the same year.

Kevin suffered severe injuries in a car accident in August of this year. When a friend in Malibu drove a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda off the road and into a ditch, Kevin was the passenger.

How Does Kevin Hart Spend His Money?

Kevin Hart like motor vehicles, so for his 40th birthday, he spent $800,000 on a custom-built 1970 Plymouth Barracuda from Speedkore.

Hart gave himself a Ferrari 488 valued at about $300,000 the year before. His 900+ square foot garage, which has a 250 square foot pool house on the second floor and cost him somewhere over $170,000, is meticulously used to store his priceless automobiles.

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Other than that, rumor has it that Hart spent $1.35 million on a 26-acre parcel of land in a prestigious gated community in Calabasas. In April 2012, he paid $1.999,000 for his ex-home in Tarzana, just $1,000 shy of $2 million.

In addition to houses, vacations, and cars, he has a keen eye for fashionable timepieces. He has a total of 16 expensive timepieces in his collection, including 6 Rolexes.

Other Businesses Ventures

Kevin and Tommy John collaborated on an underwear line in 2017. Kevin established Laugh Out Loud, a comedy streaming service, in 2018. The network also offers a Sirius Satellite Radio radio show. The LOL network has generated hundreds of millions of video views to date. He has the endorsement and/or partnership relationships with companies such as Samsung, Wrangler, AT&T, and Mountain Dew.

Kevin Hart Net Worth: How Does Kevin Hart Spend His Money?

Kevin has gone on multiple incredibly successful comedy tours. Between April 2015 and August 2016, his “What Now?” tour played 168 shows around the world. Between September 2017 and January 2019, he performed 119 gigs on his “Irresponsible Tour.” During a tour year, he earns roughly $70 million from touring alone.

Kevin HartBeat Productions was founded in 2009. Today, the company employs over 40 employees who oversee Kevin’s film, television, comedy, and radio projects.

Highlights

Here are some of Kevin Hart’s most memorable moments:

  • Scary Movie 3 (Movie, 2003)
  • Along Came Polly (Movie, 2004)
  • Fool’s Gold (Movie, 2008)
  • I’m a Grown Little Man (Stand-Up Album, 2008)
  • BET Award (Best Actor, 2012)
  • Think Like A Man (Movie, 2012)
  • Let Me Explain (Comedy Album, 2013)
  • Ride Along (Movie, 2014)
  • Get Hard (Movie, 2015)
  • MTV Comedic Genius Award (2015)
  • Shorty Award (Best Comedian, 2016)
  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (Movie, 2017)
  • Night School (Movie, 2018)

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On Social Media

With over 144 million followers on Instagram alone and over 29 million admirers on TikTok, Kevin has a significant social media following. Based on the conservative average of $2-$4 per thousand fans that is charged for sponsored material, Net Worth Spot calculates that Hart makes an estimated $24.1 thousand each month.

In addition, the LOL Network YouTube channel has more than 5 million followers and more than 1 billion views. With a YouTube channel’s net worth of just under $2.5 million, Net Worth Spot estimates its Adsense revenue to be roughly $600.67,000 annually.

Property

Kevin invested $1.99 million in a Tarzana, California, home in 2012. Midway through 2019, he sold this house for $2.75 million. In Calabasas, California, a magnificent estate inside a gated neighborhood serves as Kevin’s principal residence now. He paid $1.35 million for the 26 acres of undeveloped land in 2015. He planned and awaited permission to construct a home on the land for the next two years. In April 2017, he received approval at last, and he then spent $5 million on a very gorgeous estate. The 9,600 square-foot main residence is designed in the Spanish villa style.

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