Bio of Phil Hartman’s Son Sean Edward Hartman, Age, Parents, Net Worth

Sean Edward Hartman is famous as the child of a late Canadian-American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic artist Phil Hartman and actress, Brynn Hartman.

Sean Edward Hartman was born in the year 1989 somewhere in the United States of America. As of 2020, Sean’s age is 31 years old. As we already mentioned above, he is the son of Phil Hartman (father) and Brynn Hartman (mother). His father was a famous Canadian-American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic artist while his mother was an actress.

Caption: Sean Edward Hartman with his parents
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He grew up with his sister named Birgen Anika Hartman. Sean holds a Canadian-American nationality whereas he belongs to a white ethnical background.

His Parents’ Death

His father, Phil died on 28th May 1998, in his own house in Encino, California after his wife Brynn, who was intoxicated, shot him. As reported, Phil and his wife, Brynn had a heated argument following their visit to the Italian restaurant Buca di Beppo in Encino on 27th May 1998. Even more, it was reported that Phil threatened to leave Brynn if she started using drugs.

Sean Edward Hartman's parents, Phil and Brynn
Caption: Sean Edward Hartman’s parents, Phil and Brynn
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Later, after Phil slept, she entered his room with a 0.38 caliber handgun and fatally shot him while being the intoxication of cocaine. Thereafter, Brynn drove to her friend Ron Douglas where she confessed her killing, followed their way back to Phil’s residence, and discovered the body. Later, she locked herself in a room and committed suicide, shooting herself in the mouth.

What is the Net Worth of Sean Edward Hartman’s Father?

His father Phil Hartman, was a Canadian-American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and graphic artist who had an estimated net worth equal to $3 million at the time of his death. At the time of his death, his estate was worth an estimated $1.23 million which the same as around $3 million today after adjusting for inflation.

The majority of that wealth was from the value of their house. Also, the money was left to his two children, to be distributed in installments after they turn 25.

Sean Edward Hartman's father, Phil Hartman
Caption: Sean Edward Hartman’s father, Phil Hartman
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He lived in his house in Encino, Los Angeles, California, where he was shot by his own wife, Brynn. Well, the median house price in Los Angeles is $686.7k, which comes along with an insurance premium of $1.36k per year.

Relationship Status of Sean Edward Hartman

Sean Edward Harman seems to be single at the moment. He might be focusing on his career rather than involving in any relationships or love affairs.

Sean Edward Hartman’s Father’s Career

His father Phil Hartman formally joined the cast of The Groundling in the year 1979 and wind up one of the show’s stars. He co-composed the content of the 1985 element film Pee small’s Enormous Experience. Also, he had an appearance job as a columnist in the film where he recorded many voices over jobs.

In the wake of showing up in the 1986 movies Jumpin’ Jack Glimmer and There Amigos, he effectively tried out for NBC’s theatrical presentation Saturday Night Live (SNL). After that, he joined the cast and composing staff. Initially, he played out his Clinton impact on a scene of The Today Show.

He frequently helped other cast individuals, for instance, Hartman supported Jan Snares in beating her stage fright. In 1991, he had wanted to leave the show yet Michaels persuaded him to remain to raise his profile. In the year 1998, he conceded he missed chipping away at SNL yet had delighted in the move from New York City to Southern California.

Sean Edward Hartman
Caption: Sean Edward Hartman childhood picture with his father
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He wound up one of the stars of the NBC sitcom news radio in the year 1995. Also, he made generally $50k per scene on News Radio. Then he showed up in the second season scene Bart Gets Hit by an Auto. His featuring film job came in 1995’s Houseguest close by Sinbad.

At the time, he favored dealing with TV. Before this, he started composing a screenplay for a film titled Mr. Fix It in 1989 and finished the last draft in 1991. Hartman regularly played dingy, vain, or unpalatable characters and additionally comedic villains.

Awards & Achievement

He received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program for Saturday Night Live in the year 1989. He was posthumously inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame.