What is Josh Hartnett Net Worth and Salary?
Josh Hartnett is an American actor and producer who has a net worth of $25 million. Hartnett first came to public attention in 1997 as Michael Fitzgerald on ABC’s “Cracker.” He first starred on the big screen in 1998’s Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, which earned him nominations at the MTV Movie Awards and the Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. Josh has over four dozen acting credits to his name, including “The Faculty” (1998), “Pearl Harbor” (2001), “Black Hawk Down” (2001) and the Showtime series “Penny Dreadful” (2014–2016) . ). Hartnett has been featured on many magazine covers, such as Vanity Fair, GQ, People, and Glamour, and was included in People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People.”
Josh Hartnett was born Joshua Daniel Hartnett on July 21, 1978, in Saint Paul, Minnesota. His mother Wendy left the family after divorcing Hartnett’s father Daniel (a building manager) and Josh grew up in a Catholic household with his father, stepmother Molly (an artist) and younger siblings Jessica , Joe and Jake. He attended Nativity of Our Lord Catholic School, Cretin-Derham Hall, and South High School, graduating in 1996. Hartnett played sports in high school, but quit after he was injured; tried acting, playing the role of Sky Masterson in a school production of “Guys and Dolls”. Josh moved to New York to study at the Conservatory of Theater and Film Arts at SUNY Purchase, but when he visited Los Angeles during pilot season in 1997,
“Cracker” ran for 16 episodes before being canceled in January 1998, and Hartnett appeared in plays and TV commercials before landing his first film role: John Tate, Laurie Strode’s son, in “Halloween H20: 20 years later”. That year, he starred alongside Elijah Wood, Usher Raymond, Salma Hayek and Jon Stewart in the sci-fi horror film The Faculty, earning a Saturn Award nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor. In 1999, Josh played Trip Fontaine in ‘The Virgin Suicides’ and appeared in the music video for Air’s ‘Playground Love’, which was included on the film’s soundtrack. He received a Teen Choice Award nomination for Choice Breakout Star for his performance in 2000’s “Here on Earth.” In 2001, Hartnett starred in the short films “The Same” and “
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After an incredibly busy run, Josh slowed down in 2002, appearing in just one film, “40 Days and 40 Nights,” which earned him another Teen Choice Award nomination. He teamed up with film legend Harrison Ford for 2003’s Hollywood Homicide, then appeared in 2004’s Wicker Park and 2005’s Sin City and Mozart and the Whale. In 2006, Hartnett had a award-winning role in “Lucky Number Slevin” and played an LAPD detective in the crime thriller “The Black Dahlia.” The following year, he co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson in the sports drama Resurrecting the Champ and played Sheriff Eben Oleson in 30 Days of Night, receiving a Teen Choice Award nomination for Choice Horror Movie Actor. In 2008, Josh appeared in a London production of “
Hartnett starred in ‘Bunraku’ (2010), ‘Stuck Between Stations’ (2011) and ‘The Lovers’ (2013) before being cast as Ethan Chandler in ‘Penny Dreadful’. He appeared in all 27 episodes of the series and received a Fangoria Chainsaw Award nomination for Best TV Actor in 2017. Since “Penny Dreadful” ended, Josh has appeared in the films “She’s Missing” (2019), ‘Inherit The Viper’ (2020), and ‘Most Wanted’ (2020), as well as the Spectrum Originals series ‘Paradise Lost (2020) and starred in Kevin Hart’s 2020 Quibi series ‘Die Hart’. Hartnett also produced the films “August” (2008), “Nobody” (2009) and “6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain” (2017) and Kid Cudi “”
Josh began a relationship with actress Tamsin Egerton, his “The Lovers” co-star, in 2012. The couple welcomed daughter Thisbe on November 25, 2015, and gave her a little sister, Roxanna, on July 1, 2017. Hartnett He also reportedly dated actresses Scarlett Johansson, Julia Styles and Amanda Seyfried. Josh is a vegetarian and was named the sexiest vegetarian by PETA in 2003. Passionate about charity work, Hartnett has supported Global Cool and appeared in ads for the USAID and Ad Council FWD campaign to bring awareness to the East African drought.
Awards and nominations
In 2001, Hartnett won a Bravo Otto Germany Award for Best Actor, and the following year, he received the ShoWest Award for Male Star of Tomorrow. In 2006, he won a Best Actor Award for “Lucky Number Slevin” at the Milan International Film Festival Awards, and in 2010, he won an Ischia International Arts Academy Acting Award at the Ischia Global Film & Music Fest in Italy. Josh was named a “GQ” Manner des Jahres (“Men of the Year”) by the German version of “GQ” magazine in 2007, and in 2009, he received an outstanding environmentalist award at the 21st Century Leaders Awards in Qatar.
In 2016, Josh paid $4.65 million for a 4,100 square foot home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles. In July 2020, he sold it to film producer/heiress Lucy Bidwell for $4.43 million. Hartnett also owns a penthouse in New York City, which he put on the market for $4.25 million in 2017, and a 5,000-square-foot home in Minneapolis, which he sold for $2.3 million. millions. of dollars in 2015.