One of Jennifer Pfautch Hardwick’s lifelong goals is to remind people that they are powerful and have the potential to thrive and succeed. As such, it is only fitting that her husband Omari Hardwick was cast in the TV series, Power. Omari’s role in Power has spotless and as much as he has himself to thank for it, it was his wife who had always had Omar’s back. A former publicist, Jennifer has been married to Omari since 2012. The pair can be seen together in red-carpet events and are always rooting for the other. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Jennifer Pfautch Hardwick.
Jennifer Pfautch Hardwick is an American publicist, producer, and blogger who is best known as the wife of Omari Hardwick. She is caucasian and her zodiac is Capricorn. On the physical side of things, she has a fit athletic body of a triangle shape with a stature of 5 feet 8 inches approximately. She has green eyes and dark brown hair.
Jennifer “Jae” Pfautch was born on the 5th of January 1982 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Born in an average household, Jennifer had humble beginnings and achieved fame much later in life. Little is known about Jennifer’s early life and details on her parents and siblings are a complete mystery. Following her graduation from high school, Jennifer attended California Lutheran University. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communications and started working following her graduation.
While still at University, Jennifer interned at NBC’s Primetime Entertainment Publicity Department in Burbank, California. Following her graduation in 2004, Jennifer worked at Creative Artists Agency (CAA) for a year, before switching over to the role of a publicist at Paradigm Talent Agency.
However, after her marriage and kids, Jennifer decided to put her career aside and focus on raising her children. She is currently the owner of a website entitled, mrsjaeh.com, where she promotes positivity through motivational blogs. The website also features lifestyle tips for the everyday woman including, fashion, relationship advice, and recipes. Talking about herself, Jennifer describes herself as pro-love. As her website reads,
“I am pro love. I am pro respect towards oneself and others. I am pro growth even when it hurts. I am pro woman. I am pro human. I am pro health whatever that looks like. I am pro unity – we can do way more together, than apart. I am pro equality regardless of race, creed, color, sex or sexual preference. I am pro conversation. I am pro individuality. I am pro heart but in an intelligent way. I am pro intellect but in a heartfelt fashion. I am pro YOU and pro ME.”
Marriage and kids:
While little is known about how and where the pair met, they had a love affair before marrying on May 4, 2012. Their marriage faced some backlash from some of Omari’s fans who did not approve of their interracial relationship. Some of them even harassed Jennifer online and called her ugly. However, Jennifer chose to ignore the haters and focus on her family. Omari also defended his wife on several occasions and expressed his love for her publicly. In their 10 years of marriage, Jennifer and Omari have given birth to two lovely children, Nova Hardwick, and Brave Hardwick. The kids can often be seen alongside their mother in several of her Instagram posts.
Jennifer is a supportive and loving wife and mother who stands by Omari’s side through thick and thin. She also inspires him with her positive attitude and wisdom. She enjoys cooking, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.
Death of a Child:
The mother of two Jennifer successfully embraces parenthood and is there to take care of and provide for her children. However, she has had her worst nightmare come true. In addition to Nova and Brave Jennifer was pregnant with a third baby. However, the baby died. As of now, it is not clear whether it was a miscarriage or premature baby death. Nevertheless, Jennifer has been able to move past her tragedy and focus on what she has, and embraces her life beautifully.
Always have each other’s backs:
As evident in a series of incidents, Omari and Jennifer always have each other’s backs. When Omari landed the role on Power, he credited his wife for praying for him. To which Jennifer replied,
“I wouldn’t say I convinced him to take the role per se. His soul knew it was time to embrace what God had for him career wise, and in order to do that, the role of Ghost was the next step in that process. I honestly said very little; just enough to remind him of his call and his purpose.”
On the other end, Omar is fiercely protective of his wife and doesn’t like anyone disrespecting her.
A quick write on her husband, Omari Hardwick:
Omari Hardwick is an American actor, poet, and former professional football player, best known for his role as James “Ghost” St. Patrick in the Starz television series “Power”.
Hardwick was born on January 9, 1974, in Savannah, Georgia, but grew up in Decatur, Georgia. He attended Marist School in Atlanta, where he played football and ran track. After high school, he attended the University of Georgia on a football scholarship but later transferred to the University of Tennessee, where he earned a degree in theater.
After graduating from college, Hardwick moved to New York City to pursue a career in acting. He got his first major role in Spike Lee’s Sucker Free City in 2003. He then appeared in several films and TV shows, such as The Guardian, Saved, Miracle at St. Anna, Kick-Ass, For Colored Girls, and Being Mary Jane. He gained fame and recognition for his role as Ghost in Power, which ran from 2014 to 2020. He also co-starred in Sorry to Bother You and Spell. He is currently working on a podcast called Poetics and a film called To Live and Die and Live
He began his career in 2001 with a role on the TV series “Onyx”. He later appeared in a number of films and TV shows, including “Sucker Free City”, “Gridiron Gang”, “The A-Team”, “For Colored Girls”, “Kick-Ass,” and “Army of the dead.”
Hardwick’s breakthrough role came in 2014 when he was cast as James “Ghost” St. Patrick in the Starz television series “Power”. The show became a huge success, running for six seasons and earning Hardwick critical acclaim for his performance.
In addition to his acting career, Hardwick is also a poet. He has released a collection of his work and has performed his poetry at various events and venues.