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Omari Hardwick’s Body Measurements Including Shoe Size, Height and Weight

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Omari Hardwick's Body Measurements Shoe Size Height Weight

Biography - A Short Wiki

Omari Hardwick has a glorious chest. All body measurements are summarized in the table below!

Omari Hardwick is an American actor. He is best known for television roles as Andre Daniels on Being Mary Jane, John “Sack” Hallon on Saved and Ty Curtis on the TNT series Dark Blue. In film, he is best known for the movies Miracle at St. Anna, The A-Team, Kick-Ass, and For Colored Girls. Currently, he stars as James “Ghost” St. Patrick in the Starz television series, Power. Born Omari Latif Hardwick on January 9, 1974 in Savannah, Georgia, to parents Joyce (Johnson) and Clifford Hardwick III, and he grew up in Decatur, GA. He attended Marist School in Atlanta, Georgia. He made his film debut in the 2002 romantic film Circles. He is married to Jennifer Pfautch, with whom he has two children.

Body Measurements Table

In the following table, you will find all body measurements of that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.

Height178 cm, 5′10″ (feet & inches)
Weight78 kg, 172 pounds
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeAthletic

Quotes

So many athletes who have been close to me have been everything to me.

Omari Hardwick

I grew up in Decatur, Georgia. We had three boys in the household; actually, it felt like four of us. My pops sort of raised my uncle, too. So, it was four boys and, later, a younger sister.

Omari Hardwick

I’m always like, ‘Well, let’s not rest on a critical acclaim or on a incredible review or on a great reception.’

Omari Hardwick

I was raised looking at women who were strong, and they weren’t really into playing race cards or playing gender cards. I didn’t grow up around women who were like, ‘Well, let the boys do that, and let the girls do that.’ I didn’t really see that in my house.

Omari Hardwick

For me, music was a cathartic way to free me from the nut of Ghost. After working on set for ‘Power’ for 14 hours, it allowed me to pour my sanity and insanity into the music.

Omari Hardwick

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