Omari Hardwick’s wife is Jennifer Pfautch – the couple tied the knot in a private ceremony in Kansas City on 4 May 2012. At the time of their wedding, Pfautch and Hardwick had dated for several years.
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Pfautch and Hardwick are still happily married and have welcomed two children together.
So Who Is Jennifer Pfautch?
Jennifer Jae Pfautch is an American publicist, producer and social media influencer, born on 4 January 1980, in St Louis, Missouri USA.
Not much is known about Jennifer’s family, childhood and primary education. However, it’s known that she graduated from the California-based Lutheran University in 2004. Her period of study included an internship at the NBC’s Primetime Entertainment Publicity Department in Burbank, California.
After her graduation she started working in the Creative Artists Agency, and stayed in that job for over a year, then moved to the Paradigm Talent Agency in the role of a publicist, where she apparently remained until her marriage.
Relationship With Omari Hardwick
First Years & Miscarriage
Although neither Hardwick nor Pfautch have revealed details about their first meeting, it’s known they started their relationship around 2007.
Everything seemed to be going well for the couple and their happiness considerably increased when in March 2008, Jennifer became pregnant with Omari’s child.
However on 18 November that year, Jennifer attended a supposedly routine medical appointment where she was informed that her baby’s heartbeats had stopped: ‘My ears started ringing, the room started swirling,’ confessed Pfautch on an Instagram post.
By the time of the miscarriage Jennifer was on her seventh month of pregnancy. The unbelievable pain of losing her first child made her feel guilty, as she thought something was wrong with her: ‘So many thoughts bombarded my mind but none more heart-wrenching that I somehow failed, that my body somehow failed’.
After the sad incident, Jennifer spent several months in depression, and although many people tried to comfort her, the sadness of her loss wouldn’t go away. She also confessed on her Instagram account that she always remembers her stillborn child, regardless of how many years had passed by.
Marriage & Children
Pfautch and Hardwick overcame the difficult times together, and remained as a couple for several years. In 2012 they married in a private ceremony that wasn’t under public scrutiny, as at the time Hardwick a relatively unknown actor, although aged 38, and she was 32 years old.
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In 2013 the pair welcomed Nova, their oldest child and only daughter to date. Then in 2015 their son named Brave was born.
The family is very close and both Pfautch and Hardwick often share pics of their children on their social media. On an Instagram post of March 2020, she expressed her gratitude for her kids, despite the challenges she has to endure as a mother: ‘Grateful to these little two for their grace, patience love and humor as we all learn together how to do this life thing’.
Jennifer Pfautch and her husband have faced a backlash on social media for being an inter-racial couple. Omari however, doesn’t stay silent when faced by these kind of comments, and always defends his wife during these situations.
In 2014 a fan of his “Power” character Ghost left the following comment on an Instagram pic of him and Jennifer: ‘Love you ghost … you lost points for marrying white…but we still got you’. Hardwick was quick to answer the malicious comment, making sure he wouldn’t let anyone disrespect Pfautch: ‘i’d prefer you not to have me. You just lost all points with me. Good luck in life.’
This wasn’t the only time Hardwick has defended Jennifer in public. In 2018 a fan declared Hardwick apparently had wrongly reacted to her trying to take a picture with him in public.
However, in an interview with “The Breakfast Club” later that year, Hardwick declared the reason he had rejected taking a picture with said fan was because she had apparently ignored his family while talking to him: ‘Chill the f**k out! Just relax and acknowledge her (Pfautch) enough.
It can be half of a look! You’ve acknowledged that she’s a breathing entity,’ he said on the radio show.
Where Is Jennifer Pfautch Today?
It has been undisclosed where Jennifer Pfautch works nowadays, as she doesn’t reveal that type of detail about her life on social media.
Although it’s unknown if she continued her career as a publicist, she is known for her Instagram account on which she has over 100,000 followers, so her career as a media influencer seems promising.
Besides giving positive advice on life matters, and spreading awareness about social issues, Jennifer Pfautch is clearly a woman of strong faith. On her Instagram she often shares prayers and expresses her gratefulness to God.
Jennifer Pfautch has a personal website on which she shares her various interests. The topics categories on her blog are food for thought, eye candy, good eats and inspiration.
Omari Hardwick: Who Is Jennifer Pfautch’s Famous Husband?
Omari Latif Hardwick is an American actor and activist, born on 9 January 1974, in Georgia, USA, the middle child resulting from the marriage between Clifford and Joyce Hardwick. He had two older brothers named Malik and Jamil, and a younger sister Shani. Unfortunately, Malik died in 2014 and Shani in 2015.
Omari attended Marist High School, from where he matriculated in 1991. He then attended the University of Georgia on a sports scholarship, granted thanks to his natural talent in football and baseball.
However, despite being an excellent athlete, Omari also developed a deep love for acting and poetry, which led him to start writing from an early age. He graduated with a minor in theater.
After graduating Omari entered the National Football League (NFL) draft, though he was ultimately rejected, and so started to seriously pursue a career in acting.
Hardwick’s path to achieve his dreams was hard from the start though. As a young and striving actor, he had to struggle to be taken seriously in Hollywood, and needed to workd various part-time and underpaid jobs, which ultimately led him to live in his car for a while.
Hardwick was eventually cast in a minor role in the movie “Circles” in 2001, and also that year he appeared in the video “Bar-B-Q” as Pretty Ricky.
Three years later he played the role of Saul in “Within The Wall”, a role which was followed by his character Act Shun in the movie “The Male Groupie”.
Although he had only played minor characters so far, Omari relentlessly continued pursuing his dream of becoming an actor. It was then when he was cast as the supporting character Dante Ponce in “Sucker Free City” in 2004.
In 2005 he was Byron in “Beauty Shop”, starring Queen Latifah, and appeared in the pilot episode of “Crossing Jordan”. His first major role came in 2006 though, when he was cast to appear as Ku James in the film “Speechless”.
From then on Hardwick played several minor roles in TV series and films, until 2009 when he played the character Shavoo in “Next Day Air”, followed by his appearance as Malik in “Everyday Black Man”.
In 2010 Omari obtained his first big opportunity on TV, when he appeared as Ty Curtis in several episodes of the series “Dark Blue”. His big break in films would come that year too, with a major role in the movie “I Will Follow”.
In 2013 he starred in the romantic movie “Things Never Said”, which was followed by his roles in “The Last Letter” and “A Christmas Blessing”.
2014 was a memorable year for Omari Hardwick, as he became the long-lasting TV series “Power” protagonist Ghost, a role which has been widely praised by the show’s audience. His outstanding performance has been one of the reasons the series has now been on air for over seven years.
In 2018 Hardwick starred the movie “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream”, followed by his main role in the horror movie “Spell” in 2020. His most recent project is as Vanderohe in the film “Army of the Dead”, which is set to premiere in 2021.
Jennifer Pfautch has an estimated net worth of over $1.5 million, resulting from her career as a publicist and social media influencer.
Jennifer Pfautch is a gorgeous woman with green eyes and black hair. Her ethnicity is white and she’s of slender build, standing 5ft 10ins (1.78m) tall, although her weight is unknown. Jennifer has various tattoos on her body, and she often works out.
Jennifer Pfautch’s husband Omari declared she saved his life, as she supported him when he was enduring many difficult times. Omari had doubts before auditioning for “Power”, however, Jennifer helped him to take the right decision: ‘His soul knew it was time to embrace what God had for him career wise,’ she humbly told Ebony Magazine: ‘in order to do that, the role of Ghost was the next step in that process. I honestly said very little’.