‘Power’: How Tall Is Omari Hardwick?
Omari Hardwick began acting in the early 2000s when his dreams of being drafted into the NFL did not come to fruition. However, he didn’t start making major waves in Hollywood for a decade. His roles in 2010’s For Colored Girls and 2011’s I Will Follow started garnering major buzz.
From then he starred opposite Gabrielle Union in BET’s Being Mary Jane before snagging the starring role in the long-running Starz’s drama series, Power.
Though Power has ended, Hardwick has become a massive action star, but how tall is he?
What is Omari Hardwick doing now?
Hardwick ended his stint on Power after six seasons when his character, James “Ghost” St. Patrick was killed by his son Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr,). Though the original series has ended, the franchise has continued with its four spinoffs, Power Book II: Ghost and the forthcoming Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Power Book IV: Force, and Power Book V: Influence.
However, Hardwick has moved on to other things. He is currently starring in Zack Synder’s blockbuster Army of the Dead on Netflix. His IMDb also states that he has several other projects coming down the pipeline, including Netflix’s The Mothership.
In the science-fiction film, Hardwick will star opposite Halle Berry, John Ortiz, and Molly Parker. In the film, Berry’s character is mourning her husband’s disappearance when she finds an otherworldly object under her house. Using clues and the found object, she begins to uncover the truth about her husband vanishing.
What is Omari Hardwick’s net worth?
Starring in nearly every single episode of Power, Hardwick has dominated the small-screen for years. Though his salary for Power has not been made available to the public, it surely increased over the years helping him form a massive net worth.
Variety reports that cable networks pay their leads anywhere between $150,000 to $1,000,000 per episode for a show. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Hardwick is worth $5 million.
How tall is Omari Hardwick?
Hardwick might be busy with his latest projects and his ever-expanding IMBd, including the upcoming films D is for Detroit and Die Enormous, but that doesn’t stop him from taking care of himself. In addition to his diet and extensive workout routine, the Army of the Dead actor is also adamant about his self-care routine.
“I am trying every day to put my best foot forward,” he told GQ. In addition to his acting chops, the Georgia-born star wants to make sure to keep his leading-man status. “Taking care of yourself is a big necessity,” he said on the GQ series Grooming Gods. “You gotta make sure that you keep yourself in a proper condition to always be hollered at.”
We don’t think the 47-year old will have any problem with being hollered at. At 5 foot 10 inches tall, he fits the bill of being tall, dark, and handsome.