Mark Hamill Net Worth
He is an American actor, producer, writer and director. He was born September 25, 1951 in Oakland, California, United States. Mark Hamill has a net worth of $18 million, as of 2020, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Mark Hamill Personal Information:
Born Name: Mark Richard Hamill
Nick Name: Mark
Date of Birth: September 25, 1951
Sun Sign: Libra
Born Place: Oakland, California, United States
Education: Because of his father’s navy postings, Mark went to a number of schools such as Walsingham Academy, Annandale High School, Poe Middle School, Hale Junior High School, and James Madison High School.
When Mark’s family moved to Japan in his junior year, he enrolled at Nile C. Kinnick High School and graduated in 1969. He specialized in Drama from Los Angeles City College in California.
Race / Ethnicity: White as he has English, Scottish, Irish, Swedish, and Welsh ancestry.
Occupation: Actor, Voice Actor, Writer
Spouse: Marilou York (m. 1978)
Children: Nathan Hamill, Chelsea Hamill, Griffin Hamill
Mark Hamill Family:
Father: William Hamill (U.S. Navy Captain)
Mother: Virginia Hamill (née Johnson)
Siblings: Patrick Hamill (Brother), Kim Hamill (Sister), Terry Hamill (Sister), Will Hamill (Brother), Jan Hamill (Sister), Jeanie Hamill (Sister)
Others: William Hamill Sr. (Paternal Grandfather), Helen Mumford (Paternal Grandmother), Luther Johnson (Maternal Grandfather), Alice Rhodes (Maternal Grandmother)
Manager: He is represented by Danis, Panaro & Nist Talent in California.
Mark Hamill Body Stats:
Height: 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Weight: 73 kg or 161 lbs
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Eye Color: Blue
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Distinctive Features: Dimpled chin
Mark Hamill Girlfriend / Spouse / Dated:
Anne Wyndham (1972-1973)
Koo Stark (1976)
Carrie Fisher (1977)
Marilou York (1978-Present)
March of Dimes (1977) (PSA)
Marsh Supermarkets (1999)
He was born Mark Richard Hamill on September 25, 1951 in Oakland, California, United States. He is an American actor, voice actor, and writer who best known for performing as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars films that brought the Saturn Award for Best Actor three times.
Hamill started his entertainment journey playing roles including a recurring role on the soap opera General Hospital, and then starred on the short-lived sitcom The Texas Wheelers.
He depicted the oldest son, David, in the pilot episode of Eight Is Enough, although the role was later played by Grant Goodeve. Hamill then made guest appearances on The Bill Cosby Show, The Partridge Family, Room 222 and One Day at a Time.
He has worked in multiple television films like The City, and Sarah T. – Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic. He is also best recognized for his voice acting in animation and video games, especially for his portrayal of the Joker, commencing with Batman: The Animated Series in 1992.
After achieving considerable prominence with his appearances in Star Wars, he emerged a teen idol and spotted on teen magazine covers like Tiger Beat and others. His further prominence came from his performance in 1980 World War II film The Big Red One.
He then made a cameo on The Muppet Show in 1980, both as himself and as Luke Skywalker in The Stars of Star Wars; this episode also portrayed C-3PO and R2-D2 who were together with him on a search for Chewbacca.
Hamill has also worked on Broadway appearing in plays like The Elephant Man in 1979, Amadeus in 1983, Harrigan ‘N Hart in 1985 that role brought his a Drama Desk Award nomination, Room Service in 1986 and The Nerd in 1987–88.
Hamill later on accepted the challenge to play Amadeus was adapted to film in 1984. He made television appearances in a 1986 episode of Amazing Stories and a 1987 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
Mark Hamill Favorite Things
Films: King Kong, Duck Soup (1933), Psycho (1960), The Manchurian Candidate, A Hard Day’s Night (1964), The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Characters On Star Wars: Darth Vader, R2D2
Actors: Laurel and Hardy, Marx Brothers, Sir Alec Guinness
Star Wars Film: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Band: The Kinks
Television Network: MeTV
Film By Laurel And Hardy: A Chump at Oxford (1940)
Episode On The Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholder
Batman Villain: The Riddler
Episode From The Phil Silvers Show: A Mess Sergeant Just Can’t Win.