Facts of Philip Hartman Networth
|Full Name||Phillip Edward Hartmann|
|Birth Name||Phillip Edward Hartmann|
|Other Name||The Sultan of Smarm,The Man of a Thousand Voices|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian & Screen Writer|
|Birth City||Brantford, Ontario|
|Father Name||Rupert Loebig Hartmann|
|Mother Name||Doris Marguerite|
|Relation With||Gretchen Lewis (March 12, 1970- September 19, 1972) and Lisa Strain (December 18, 1982- May 7, 1985)|
|No Of Children||Sean and Birgen Hartman|
|Awards||Primetime Emmy Award|
|Filmography||Houseguest,Sgt. Bilko,Jingle All the Way,Small Soldiers,Kiki's Delivery Service,NewsRadio (1995-1998),Saturday Night Live (1986-1994)|
|Education||Westchester High School, Santa Monica City College and California State University, Northridge|
|Date of Birth||September 24,1948|
|Married Date||November 25,1987|
How Much Was Philip Hartman's Net Worth?
Philip Hartman, a late Canadian-American actor gained wide fame for his impression as President Bill Clinton on Saturday Night Live (1986-1994). The 1989 Primetime Emmy Award winner was professional since 1969 until his death in 1998 at the age of 49.
At the time of death, Hartman owned the net worth of around $1.23 million, which turns to be $3 million adjusting for inflation as of July 2019.
Starring his career from graphic arts, Hartman landed in acting roles and appeared in many famous TV series such as Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986-1987), The Simpsons (1991-1998) and NewsRadio (1995-1998). In addition to that, he made guest appearances in movies like Houseguest, Sgt. Bilko, Jingle All the Way, Small Soldiers, and Kiki's Delivery Service (English dub).
Net Worth Details: Income Sources & Earnings
Initially, Phil Hartman used to design album covers and later started his career as a comedian through the comedy group The Groundlings in 1975. Later, he began to write and work in Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986-1987).
But, the actor's most acclaimed fame was his work in Saturday Night Live (1986-1994), among which his impressions as President Bill Clinton gained him wide fame.
At the time of death, in 1998, Hartman had an estimated net worth of $1.23 million, which turns out $3 million for adjusted inflation (as of July 2019).
Moreover, he voiced in the famous animated TV series like The Simpsons (1991-1998) created by Matt Groening and Tom & Jerry Kids (1991-1993).
Also, Phil Hartman played Bill McNeal in NewsRadio (1995-1998) until his death.
In addition to TV series, the late actor also appeared in movies such as:
- Three Amigos (1986)- $39.2 million gross collection
- Blind Date (1987)- $39.3 million box office collection
- Fletch Lives (1989)- $39.4 million
- Jingle All the Way (1996)- $129.8 million box office
- Small Soldiers (1998)- $71.1 million gross collections ($40 million budget)
Assets, House, Cars, Tax Payments & Insurance
Phil Hartman lived in his house in Encino, Los Angeles, California, where he was shot by his own wife. Even though the value of the property was never out, it was estimated to be worth hundreds of thousand dollars.
Well, the median house price in Los Angeles is $686,700, which comes along with an insurance premium of $1,360 per year.
While in his active career, Hartman did live a lavish lifestyle and drove luxurious cars, which is not inherited by his kids.
Apart from making expenses on daily life luxury, the late actor also spent lumps of money on costly clothes, travels, and accommodations.
Upon a huge list of expenses, Phil Hartman's tax expenses topped the priority. Well, his LA house sought 0.793% of its assessed value as property tax, while the yearly revenue of $100,000 cut off $29,000 as income tax.
Endorsements & Charity
During his career height, Philip Hartman surely allured many brands for endorsements, earning him hundreds of thousand dollars. However, the details of his sponsorship or its revenue never came out.
Also, the late actor was involved in many charity works and had associations with many non-profit organizations.
Philip Hartman's Personal Life: Age, Height, Family, Married Life, Wife, Children, Relationship & Death
Born on September 24, 1948, in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, Philip Hartman's birth name is Phillip Edward Hartmann. Raised Catholic, his parents are Doris Marguerite (mother) and Rupert Loebig Hartmann (father).
For a fact, Philip is the fourth of 8 children of his parents.
Harman's family moved to the United States when he was 2 years and settled in the West Coast. The late actor attended Westchester High School and enrolled at Santa Monica City College, however, dropped out in 1969.
Then in 1972, he joined California State University, Northridge to study graphic arts and later developed his own graphic arts business.
Philip held dual nationality: Canadian-American and was of white ethnicity. At the time of death in 1998, Harman's age was 49 and had a height of 5 ft. 10.5 inches (179 cm).
Married Life, Wife & Children
During his lifetime, Phil had married 3 times and divorced with two.
Until his death, Phil Hartman was in a marital relationship with his third wife Brynn Hartman from November 25, 1987, to May 28, 1998.
The duo also became parents to Sean and Birgen Hartman.
Before that, he was married 2 times: Gretchen Lewis (March 12, 1970- September 19, 1972) and Lisa Strain (December 18, 1982- May 7, 1985).
However, Phil didn't share children with his first & second wife.
Death & Its Cause
The NewsRadio actor died on May 28, 1998, in his house in Encino, California after his then-current wife Brynn, who was intoxicated, shot him.
As reported, Phil and Brynn had a heated argument following their visit to Italian restaurant Buca di Beppo in Encino on May 27, 1998. Even more, it was reported that Hartman threatened to leave his then-wife if she started using drugs.
Later, after Phil slept, Brynn entered his room with a 0.38 caliber handgun and fatally shot the actor while being the intoxication of cocaine.
Thereafter, she drove to her friend Ron Douglas where she confessed her killing, followed their way back to Phil's residence and discovered the body.
And later, Brynn locked herself in a room and committed suicide, shooting herself in the mouth.