Kadeem Hardison Bio, Age, Net Worth, Family, Wife, Cree Summer, Movies


Kadeem Hardison

Kadeem Hardison is an American actor and film director. Famously known for his role in the Disney Channel series K.C. Undercover, a spin-off of the long-running NBC sitcom The Cosby Show and Dwayne Wayne on A Different World, his career was predominantly managed by his mother. He is currently in the TV show Black monday, acting as spencer.

His acting career kicked off at the age of 14, when he got his first role as an actor in the ‘Color Of Friendship’ at the ABC Afterschool Special.

Kadeem Hardison Age | How Old Is Kadeem Hardison

Hardison was born on 24th July, 1965. He is 54 years old as of 2019.

How Tall Is Kadeem Hardison

Kadeem stands 1.81 M tall.

Kadeem Hardison Net Worth

Hardison has an approximated net worth of $2 million.
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Kadeem Hardison Siblings | Kadeem Hardison Family

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Hardison is the son and only child of Donald McFadden and Bethann Hardison. His father Donald is an antique and fine art collector while his mother is a pioneering African-American runway model and advocate for diversity in the fashion industry.
Hardison has got no siblings.

Kadeem Hardison Wife | Who Is Kadeem Hardison Married To | Kadeem Hardison And Chante Moore | Chante Moore Kadeem Hardison | Kadeem Hardison Married

Hardison got married to Chante Moore, an American singer, in 1997. The two married after getting their daughter, Sophia, in 1996. Their marriage did not last however. Three years after their marriage, the couple separated. The circumstances that led to their divorce are not known yet. Chante, who later got married to a Jamaican and divorced in 2011, has been recorded saying that Hardison was a good man. There are no news as to whether Hardison married again.

Kadeem Hardison Daughter | Kadeem Hardison Sophia Hardison | Kadeem Hardison Kids

Hardison together with his ex-wife Moore have a daughter called Sophia. She was born on 27th September, 1996. She is currently 22 years old. Though she has been brought up by parents who have always been on the limelight, Sophia has not yet discovered who she wants to be in life. She however loves music and acting and soon she might adopt her parents’ roles.

Kadeem Hardison And Cree Summer | Cree Summer Kadeem Hardison

Hardison has had an affair with Cree Summers, Angelo Pullens wife. He admitted being in a relationship with Cree even with her already being married. Cree and Angelo have two kids.

Kadeem Hardison Movies And Tv Shows | Kadeem Hardison Movies

Movies

Year Title Role
1984 Go Tell It on the Mountain Royal
1984 Beat Street High School Student
1985 Rappin’ Moon
1987 Enemy Territory A-Train
1988 School Daze Edge
1988 I’m Gonna Git You Sucka Willie
1990 Def by Temptation ‘K’
1992 White Men Can’t Jump Junior
1994 Gunmen Izzy
1994 Renaissance Man Pvt. Jamaal Montgomery
1995 Panther Judge
1995 Vampire in Brooklyn Julius Jones
1997 The 6th Man Antoine Tyler
1997 Drive Malik Brody
1998 Blind Faith Eddie Williams
2000 Dancing in September Winston
2001 30 Years to Life Bruce
2001 Instinct to Kill Lance Difford
2001 Thank Heaven Billy Ferrell
2002 Showtime Kyle
2003 Biker Boyz T.J.
2003 Dunsmore Walter Taylor
2004 Who’s Your Daddy? Andy Brookes
2004 Face of Terror Jefferson
2006 The Cassidy Kids Dennis Peabody
2006 Love Hollywood Style Ice Pop
2007 Bratz Sasha’s Dad
2008 Made of Honour Felix
2008 The Sweep Tyrone
2010 Ashes Matthew
2011 Escapee Detective Pars
2011 The Hop Off Charles Lee
2013 The Dark Party Jeff
2013 Some Other Time Cyrus Wainwright
2014 Android Cop Sgt. Jones
2015 Sister Switch Gregory Cole
2016 B.C. Butcher Narrator
2016 Queen of Hearts Book
2019 Paddleton David

TV Shows

Year Title Role
1981 ABC Afterschool Specials Unknown
1984 The Cosby Show Phillip Washington
1984 The House of Dies Drear Mac Darrow
1985 American Playhouse Royal
1987 Spenser: For Hire Bobby Waters
1989 Dream Date Jim Parker
1990 Saturday Morning Videos Host
1992 CBS Schoolbreak Special Henry Brooks
1992 Out All Night Dean
1992 Roc Rev. Adams
1987–1993 A Different World Dwayne Cleophus Wayne
1994 Captain Planet and the Planeteers Goki
1995 Living Single Marcus Hughes
1997 Touched by an Angel Marc Hamilton
1997 Fox After Breakfast Himself (Guest)
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave Perry
1998 Linc’s Unknown
1998 Fantasy Island Michael Wilkinson
1998–1999 The Crow: Stairway to Heaven Skull Cowboy
1997–1999 Between Brothers Charles Gordon
2000 Just Shoot Me! Tad Gallow
2000 Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Clown (Voice)
2001 Fire & Ice Michael Williams
2002 Red Skies Riley
2002–2003 Livin’ Large Host
2003 Abby Will Jefferies
2000–2004 Static Shock Rubberband Man/Adam Evans (Voice)
2005 One on One Director
2006 Just for Kicks Charles Atwood
2006 Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story Joseph Barrino
2006 My Name is Earl Owner
2006–2007 House Lawyer Howard Gemeiner
2007 Girlfriends Eldon Parks
2008 Under One Roof Jamal
2007–2009 Everybody Hates Chris Judge Harry Watkins
2009 Greek Brian Howard
2009 Cold Case Andrew ‘Huxtable’ Garrett ’09
2010 Ghost Whisperer Dean Olson
2011 Ricochet Bob Worley
2012 Parenthood Richard Gilchrist
2012 Family Guy Unknown (Voice)
2013 Cult Paz
2015–2018 K.C. Undercover Craig Cooper
2016 Supernatural Russell Lemmons
2018 Love Is____ Norman
2018 The Christmas Pact (Lifetime TV Movie) Sadie’s Dad
2019 Black Monday Spencer

Kadeem Hardison Weight Gain

Hardison currently weighs around 78 Kilogrammes which is good for his age. No news yet about his weight gain.

Kadeem Hardison A Different World | Jasmine Guy And Kadeem Hardison

Kadeem Hardison: A Different World is an American sitcom that aired from September 24, 1987 to July 9, 1993. The sitcom aired for six seasons on NBC. Inspired by student life at historically black colleges and universities, the series originally centered on Denise Huxtable and the life of students at Hillman College, a fictional historically black college in Virginia. It stars Whitley Gilbert (Jasmine Guy) and math whiz Dwayne Wayne (Kadeem Hardison)

Kadeem Hardison Interview

Q: As a legend in the business with a cemented, Holy Grail body of work, what makes you want to take a role? What factors into it being right? (The people involved? The character? etc.)
Kadeem Hardison: Easy. The only factors that play a part in taking/going after a role are the script, the character and the people involved. Usually in that order. If I can get two out of three, I’ll still consider it with the “character” factor being the anchor/non-negotiable. Oh, and whether or not I can get in the room. Sometimes I like a script, character and filmmakers and can’t get a meeting.
Q: Where do you draw from to play your character, Norman? In the show, he rides the line between tough, no-nonsense boss and resident funnyman. No snitching, but are some of the elements from people you’ve met in Hollywood woven into your portrayal?
Kadeem Hardison: Hahahaha, no. Norman is all on the page. I pretty much read my lines and then go to work on making him a lil’ nastier, while keeping his sense of humor. It’s an absurd amount of fun for me.
Q: In episode 2, Norman uses a catchphrase to motivate the team that can only be considered grossly misogynist and inappropriate more than once. The looks on women’s faces in the room confirms this tension in those scenes. Is highlighting those realities of the industry a focal point for Love Is___?
Kadeem Hardison: This story is told by and from Nuri/Mara’s perspective, so along with “love,” “realities of the industry” from a female perspective are sure to be prominent as we traverse through season 1 and beyond.
Q: What was it like shooting those kinds of scenes?
Kadeem Hardison: I’ve played a bulk of ‘PC’ characters in my career; it’s a gas for me to get to play Norman who has little time for political correctness and tells it how it is (or at least how he sees it). Shooting those scenes are not unlike shooting any others for me, we all (cast/crew) usually laugh at the absurdity (or my delivery) and keep it movin’.
Q: Norman, as a showrunner and mentor to Nuri’s character, sets the tone for what she should expect as she navigates success. Who was/is that person for you?
Kadeem Hardison: I don’t think I had one (officially), but I was fortunate to spend a lot of time with Eddie in the 90’s. He didn’t offer much in terms of “do’s and don’ts,” but whenever he did, it landed. No question was off limits; we’d talk about anything, which usually ended with him making me laugh til’ my face hurt. He was my first view of what life was like under the brightest of lights and how to take it all in stride.
Debbie Allen taught me to diversify: “the more you can do, the less they can tell you, you can’t, honey!” She encouraged us to write and direct, as well as act. Aside from those two, I tend to observe others and learn from what I see. I learned about being a producer from one audition I had with George Clooney, learned about compassion for your fellow actors and class from working with Steve Martin and Danny DeVito and learned about staying ready from Wesley Snipes. I’m reminded that there are levels to this any and every time I see Denzel or Fish [Washington and Laurence Fishburne]. Each experience/encounter is there to teach you something if you’re open to learning.
Q: You don’t get enough respect for the role you play as a Mount Rushmore-like father figure of sneaker culture. On A Different World and beyond, you had a hand in birthing an entire generation of sneakerheads. So, what are your favorite pair of kicks in 2018?
Kadeem Hardison: Thank you for acknowledging the truth! Hahahaha. Favorite kicks in 2018? I’ve always been a Nike guy, so I’ll give you my top three, in no particular order, just what I’m rocking now: Air Jordan 11’s Low Binary Blue aka Suede Jeter’s / RE2PECT; LeBron 15’s Air Max 95; and Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Houston Oilers (I don’t actually have these; sold out quick. Holla at me, Trav!!).
Q: Since the Akils are already in the superhero television business, do you have any interest in comic book-related work in the future?
Kadeem Hardison: I grew up a comic geek. Marvel Comics fueled my imagination as a kid. Seeing all of these comics turning into movies and TV shows now makes me think I might’ve been born a lil’ too early to fully catch this wave, but I’d be thrilled to find my way into a piece of that action.
Q: What was your experience like playing Cole Freeman in Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls? Do you have any interest in doing more video game voice-over work?
Kadeem Hardison: Working with David Cage and his team at Quantic Dream on Beyond: Two Souls was a dream come true. The actors that I got to play with (Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe) and the freedom/constraints of mo-cap/performance/cap is like an acting boot camp. Both liberating and challenging, it’s something I can’t wait to do again. Oh, and it was a month in Paris… hard to beat that.
Q: For all the A Different World fans, myself included, what is Dwayne Wayne doing right now, 2018?
Kadeem Hardison: I think Dwayne Wayne is probably on a couch grading papers, listening to Whitley rant about equal pay and the lack of diversity in the fashion world, while quietly checking his Twitter timeline for NBA free agency signings. 😉 I think they made a fortune in Japan, and he came back home to follow his heart and true passion: teaching.
SOURCE: shadowandact.com