• Scott Mackinlay Hahn is a 39-year-old fashion designer, known for founding and owning the eco-friendly fashion line ‘LoomState’, as well as fashion lines ‘Rogan’ and ‘Egan’.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $10 million, earned largely through his successful involvement in the fashion industry.
• He is the long-time boyfriend of famous Hollywood actress Winona Ryder.
• Winona Ryder is an American actress, born in 1971, known for starring in films such as 'Beetlejuice' and 'Little Women' and the Netflix series 'Stranger Things'.
• Both Ryder and Hahn have found success in their respective careers, with Ryder having won numerous awards and gaining a nomination for an Academy Award.
- 1 Who is Scott Mackinlay Hahn?
- 2 How rich is he, as of now? Scott Mackinlay Hahn Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
- 4 Professional Career
- 5 Appearance, Vital Statistics, Hobbies
- 6 Relationship with Winona Ryder
- 7 Who Is His Girlfriend? Winona Ryder Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Scott Mackinlay Hahn?
Scott Mackinlay Hahn was born in October 1980, in New York City USA, of Jewish descent. He is a 39-year-old fashion designer, known as the founder and owner of the eco-friendly fashion line ‘LoomState’, as well as the fashion lines ‘Rogan’ and ‘Egan’. Scott is also recognized for being the long-time boyfriend of famous Hollywood actress Winona Ryder.
How rich is he, as of now? Scott Mackinlay Hahn Net Worth
As of early 2020, Scott Mackinlay Hahn’s net worth is estimated at over $10 million, earned largely through his successful involvement in the fashion industry as a fashion designer.
His work on eco-friendly fashion lines has earned him a lot of opportunities and money, and his annual income is reputedly around $1 million. Moreover, it is assumed that he shares the wealth of his famous girlfriend, Winona Ryder, since they live together; Her net worth is approximately $18 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Scott Mackinlay Hahn spent his early years in his hometown of New York City, where he was raised by his parents; however, information about their names and professions hasn’t been revealed to the public. It is also unknown if he has any siblings or not.
Scott is American by nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Upon matriculation, he attended the New York School of Design.
Following his graduation, Scott Mackinlay Hahn moved to Hollywood, California to pursue his career in the fashion industry. In 2001, he co-founded the clothing line ‘Rogan’, alongside fashion designer Rogan Gregory, and three years later they together launched the clothing line named ‘LoomState’, an eco-friendly clothing brand, which is committed to sustainability and environmental responsibility.
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The company uses only organic cotton to make high-quality clothes, and has collaborated with the Mexican food chain ‘Chipotle Mexican Grill’, to make uniforms for them. Furthermore, Scott co-created the clothing brand ‘Egan’, along with famous rock musician Bono and his wife Ali Hewson. In addition, Scott serves in the position of the Chairman for the Sustainability Steering Committee for the Council of Fashion Designer of America (CFDA). He is also a board member of the Council for Textile Recycling.
Appearance, Vital Statistics, Hobbies
Scott Mackinlay Hahn has short grey hair and green eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft (1.83m), while he weighs around 180lbs (82kgs). In his spare time, Scott enjoys being in nature, and exploring woods and forests. He also enjoys body surfing.
Relationship with Winona Ryder
Scott Mackinlay Hahn and Winona Ryder became romantically involved in a relationship back in 2011. Even though they have been together for nine year, they haven’t married, however, their relationship is an indication that love doesn’t require marriage. Winona was previously engaged to actor Johnny Depp in 1990, and also dated actor Matt Damon between 1998 and 2000.
Who Is His Girlfriend? Winona Ryder Short Wiki/Bio
Winona Laura Horowitz – better known as Winona Ryder, a name she adopted from her father’s favourite singer – was born on 29 October 1971 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio in Winona, Minnesota USA of Jewish descent. She was raised by her father, Michael D. Horowitz, an author, publisher and bookseller, and her mother, Cynthia Palmer, who was an author, video producer, and editor. Winona has a younger brother, named Urie, and two step-siblings, named Jubal and Sunyata, from her mother’s next marriage.
She attended Kenilworth Junior High and Petaluma High School, from which she matriculated in 1989. At the age of 12, she enrolled into the American Conservatory Theater, where she took her first acting lessons.
The 1980s: Career Beginnings
Winona Ryder made her debut film appearance in the role of Rina in David Seltzer’s 1986 romantic comedy-drama “Lucas”, with Charlie Sheen and Kerri Green. It was followed by her portrayal of Gemma Dillard in the 1987 drama “Square Dance”. Director Tim Burton was so impressed with her performance in “Lucas” that he invited her to play goth teenager Lydia Deetz in his comedy horror-fantasy film “Beetlejuice” in 1988.
During the same year, she also played Veronica Sawyer in the back comedy “Heathers”, directed by Daniel Waters, and even though the film was a box office flop, it later achieved cult status.
Winona next featured as author Myra Gale Lewis in the biographical film “Great Balls Of Fire!” (1989), then in 1990 landed the role of Kim Boggs in Tim Burton’s critically acclaimed fantasy, “Edward Scissorhands” alongside Johnny Depp, and played Charlotte Flax in the comedy-drama film “Mermaids”, for which she won a Golden Globe Award nomination in the Best Actress in a Supporting Role category.
The 1990s: Rise to Fame
Winona Ryder’s next major performance came in 1992, when she won the dual roles of Mina Murray and Princess Elisabeta in the gothic horror film “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. In the following year, she appeared as May Welland in the historical romantic drama “The Age Of Innocence”, directed by Martin Scorsese, and based on Edith Wharton’s novel. Her performance in the film earned her the 1993 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
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She then starred as Josephine March in Gillian Armstrong’s 1994 coming-of-age period drama “Little Women”, for which she won an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Thereafter, Winona played Lady Anne in Al Pacino’s 1996 documentary “Looking For Richard”, portrayed Annalee Call in the 1997 sci-fi horror “Alien Resurrection”, and starred as Nola in Woody Allen’s 1998 comedy-drama “Celebrity”. In 1999, Winona landed the role of Susanna Kaysen in the psychological drama “Girl, Interrupted”, for which she was also an executive producer, after which she played Charlotte Fielding in the box office success, “Autumn In New York” (2000), next to Richard Gere.
The 2000s: Hiatus
During the 2000s, Winona went on hiatus due to some legal issues, before in 2002 starring as Babe Bennett in the commercially successful film “Mr. Deeds”, alongside Adam Sandler, while her next major role came in 2006, as Donna Hawthorne in the sci-fi thriller “A Scanner Darkly”, next to Keanu Reeves and Robert Downey, Jr. She also appeared in the role of Kelly LaFonda in the 2007 comedy “The Ten”, portrayed Charlotte Morris in the 2008 romantic drama “The Last Word”, and featured as Beth Macintyre in the 2010 psychological horror “Black Swan”, directed by Darren Aronofsky.
The 2010s: Continued Success
In 2011, Winona was Geneva Backman in Ron Howard’s dark comedy “The Dilemma”, followed by her appearance as Deborah Kuklinski in the 2012 thriller “The Iceman”. She then reunited with Tim Burton and provided her voice of Elsa Van Helsing in his animated film, “Frankenweenie”, also in 2012. In the following year, she featured as Sheryl Mott in the action thriller “Homefront”, with James Franco, then played Sasha Menkin Milgram in the 2015 biographical drama “Experimenter”, directed by Michael Almereyda.
In 2016, she joined the cast of the sci-fi horror series “Stranger Things”, which continues to be aired on Netflix. The role of single mother Joyce Byers earned her a (part) Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble in Drama, as well as a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Drama. She also played Lindsay in the romantic comedy-drama “Destination Wedding”, along with Keanu Reeves, an most recently, Winona starred as Evelyn Finkel in the HBO history drama mini-series “The Plot Against America” (2020).