Hart is a well-known American actress and producer who has been in shows including Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Clarissa Explains It All. Melissa Joan Hart has a $12 million net worth.
Early Life and Bio:
William and Paula Hart (née Voje), Melissa Joan Hart’s parents, welcomed her into the world in April 1976 in Smithtown, New York. Her mother worked as a producer and talent manager, while her father worked as a carpenter, shellfish vendor, and oyster hatchery employee.
Trisha, Elizabeth, Brian, and Emily are the other four siblings Melissa has in total. Notably, every youngster participates in acting. She also has a mother with Alexandra, Samantha, and Mackenzie, three more half-siblings.
Hart received his education at Sayville High School in West Sayville, New York.
Hart surprisingly made 25 commercial appearances before she turned five. At age 13, she was cast as Martin Sheen’s understudy in a Broadway production of The Crucible.
Melissa Joan Hart Net Worth and Salary:
American actress, director, producer, writer, singer, and businesswoman Melissa Joan Hart has a $12 million net worth. Melissa Joan Hart built up her wealth through producing, directing, and playing several roles in TV shows and movies. She also started her own production business, Heartbreak Films.
|Full Name||Melissa Joan Hart|
|Birth Date / Age||April 18, 1976 / 46 Years Old|
|Birth Place||Smithtown, New York, USA|
|Source of Wealth||Acting / Producing|
|Relationship Status||Married To Mark Wilkerson|
|Height||5 ft. 2 in. / 157 cm.|
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
Hart’s big break came in 1991 when she earned the lead role on the Nickelodeon comedy series “Clarissa Explains It All.” The show ran for four years and was very popular during that time. She received plaudits for her acting in the series and was nominated for Youth Artist Awards four times in a row, winning three of them. Hart continued her schooling at New York University when the show ended, but she ultimately left out and did not complete her degree after being offered the lead part in the 1996 television movie “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.”
She also starred in the successful television series that was based on the movie. Up until 2003, the show ran for seven seasons on ABC and The WB. In addition, Hart provided the voice for 65 episodes of the animated series “Sabrina:
The Animated Series” from 1999 to 2000. She appeared in other television movies, including “Twisted Desire” (1996), “The Right Connections” (1997), “Two Came Back” (1997), “Silencing Mary” (1998), “Sabrina Goes to Rome” (1998), “Love, American Style” (1999), and “Sabrina Down Under” during this time period as well (1999). In addition, Hart made her directorial debut in 1999 when she oversaw an episode of the Disney Channel program “So Weird.” She then directed an episode of the Nickelodeon program “Tania” in 2001, and between 2001 and 2002, she oversaw six separate episodes of the program “Sabrina.”
Following the conclusion of “Sabrina” in 2003, Hart went on to direct “Mute,” a 15-minute short film. It features Emily, her sister. In addition to directing a music video for her husband Mark Wilkerson’s band, Course of Nature, she has starred in a number of productions, including the television movies “Holiday in Handcuffs” (2007) and “My Fake Fiance” (2009).
She also appeared in an episode of “Law & Order: SVU” in 2007. With professional partner Mark Ballas, she participated in the ninth season of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2009. In 2010, Hart and Joey Lawrence debuted as co-stars in the ABC Family comedy “Melissa & Joey.” The show’s idea is that she plays a woman who hires Lawrence’s character as a nanny to help with the children of her imprisoned sister. After four seasons, the program came to an end in August 2015. Since then, she has also contributed to the animated Nickelodeon program “The Casagrande’s” and the Netflix series “No Good Nick” (2019).
Business Ventures and Endorsements:
In May 2009, Hart launched her own confectionery, SweetHarts, in Sherman Oaks, California. She has stated that her “childhood dream” was to own a confectionery store. However, the store was forced to close in December 2011 as a result of a lawsuit brought by a former worker who claimed they had experienced unfair termination and racial discrimination.
It then reopened under the same name under new ownership until permanently closing its doors in 2015. Hart made a video diary in partnership with the diaper company Huggies Pull-Ups to chronicle the process of potty-training her son Mason. Hart was a featured participant in a Gain laundry detergent marketing campaign in March 2010. King of Hearts, the fashion line that Hart and her husband Wilkerson founded, debuted in 2015.
On July 19, 2003, Hart wed musician Mark Wilkerson in Florence, Italy. In May 2002, they first ran into each other at the Kentucky Derby. The television miniseries “Tying the Knot,” created by Heartbreak Films and broadcast on ABC Family, featured footage of the wedding ceremony’s preparations. They are parents to three sons who were all born in 2006, 2008, and 2012, respectively. Living together is the family in Westport, Connecticut. Hart, who considers herself a Presbyterian, takes her family to church every Sunday. She backed Mitt Romney politically during his 2012 presidential campaign. She joined the Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party nominee, a campaign in 2016 as its Connecticut chairperson.