|Net Worth||$150 Million|
|Born||July 6, 1979|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth||Professional Singer/Comedian|
So what is Kevin Hart’s net worth? Lots of fans want to know how much does Kven Hart make? Let’s find out! The stand-up comedian/actor was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1976.
Hart was raised by his mother and his dad wasn’t in his life. Like Drake, Hart dove into the entertainment scene as soon as he graduated high school. He pursued stand-up comedy and made ends meet as a shoe salesman during the day. Working the club circuit, one small comedy club after the other, Kevin’s Hart’s stage name was born: Lil’ Kev the Bastard.
Hart claimed he was trying to be someone he wasn’t when he first started out, which meant the crowds weren’t connecting with him. Thankfully, veteran comedian Keith Robinson acted as a mentor for Hart and helped him develop his act.
Hart started performing under his own name and using real-life experiences in his routine. He got personal, which is one of the best things a comedian can do. Hart started to find success and won several amateur stand-up competitions. By this time, Kevin Hart’s net worth was still pretty low, but that would soon change.
In 2006, after a failed ABC sitcom, Hart released his first stand-up album, I’m a Little Grown Man. His second album, Seriously Funny, was even more of a success in 2010. And then in 2011, Hart landed a concert documentary for his third album Laugh at My Pain, and that’s when he became a household name like Beyonce, Jay Z or Dr. Dre.
The Laugh at My Pain tour propelled Kevin Hart’s net worth to at least $15 million, easily making it one of the year’s most successful comedy tours, and adding money in his bank account!
And then the movie roles started coming. Hart starred alongside Ice Cube in the 2014 film Ride Along. The film didn’t perform well with critics, but it was a box office hit earning over $150 million at the box office.
The following year, Hart joined Will Ferrell for the comedy flick ‘Get Hard,’ and then followed that up the next year with a comedy action movie co-starring Dwayne Johnson. He would later team up with Johnson again in 2017 for the massive hit Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
As of 2019, Hart’s estimated net worth is $150 million. According to Forbes, Hart earned $57 million in 2018, and with the Jumanji sequel coming up, along with with Ride Along 3 and a film based on the Monopoly board game, his worth will only increase.