Who is Eniko Hart?

American social media personality and model Eniko Hart (nee Parrish) was born in Baltimore, Maryland USA, under the  Leo zodiac sign on 18 August 1984. She’s probably better known for being the wife of Kevin Hart, a famous American comedian and actor.

Education and early life

Eniko was raised in Baltimore by her mother and father, about whom she’s yet to speak in public because she respects their privacy; it’s believed that her father’s a businessman, and that her mother’s a housewife. Eniko seems to be an only child, as she hasn’t spoken of any siblings.

She had a rather normal childhood and was mostly into dancing and running track while attending a local high school in Baltimore; Eniko also appeared in a couple of school plays, but apparently wasn’t interested in pursuing acting as a career.

She matriculated in 2002, and because Eniko hasn’t talked about her further education, most of her fans believe that she hasn’t attended college.

Eniko’s career

Eniko moved to Los Angeles, California in 2002 and then launched her modelling career, however, she only began attracting attention after marrying Kevin.

She walked the catwalk at the 2013 BET Rip the Runway show, and continued modelling for three more years, then chose to focus on raising her and Kevin’s children and being a housewife.

Love life and marriage

Eniko and Kevin announced on 18 August 2014 that they’d become engaged, and they exchanged vows in a private ceremony on 13 August 2016. Eniko gave birth to their son Kenzo Kash on 21 November 2017, but only a month later, Kevin admitted that he’d been unfaithful while Eniko was pregnant; the two were able to reconcile, and Eniko stated in an interview that she forgave him. She gave birth to their daughter Kaori Mai on 29 September 2020.

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Eniko’s yet to mention other men whom she’s dated, while it’s known that Kevin was married once before meeting her; he and Torrei exchanged vows in 2003, she gave birth to their daughter Heaven Leigh on 22 March 2005 and their son Hendrix followed on 8 October 2007. Kevin and Torrei’s divorce was finalized in November 2011.

Eniko’s married to Kevin Hart as of June 2023 and they have two children together.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Eniko’s a huge lover of animals and has a pet dog.

She’s followed by more than 3.3 million people on Instagram and has uploaded over 2,200 pictures and videos onto the network, while most of these show her spending time with her family and friends.

She likes to read novels and her favorite author is Nicholas Sparks.

Eniko’s physically highly active as she works out at the gym several times every week, while she also does yoga and meditates on a daily basis.

Her favorite season is summer, as she loves being close to the ocean and sun tanning at the beach.

One of Eniko’s favorite actors is Will Smith, and some of her favorite movies include “Aladdin”, “I Am Legend” and “The Pursuit of Happiness”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Eniko’s age is 38. She has brown eyes and black hair, is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) tall and weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).

Eniko’s net worth’s been estimated at over $50 million as of June 2023, and her husband Kevin’s at over $450 million.

Who is Eniko’s husband Kevin?

American actor and comedian Kevin Darnell Hart was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 6 July 1979, making Cancer his zodiac sign. He has 90 acting credits and is probably known best for starring as Ben Barber in the 2014 action crime comedy movie “Ride Along”, which also starred Ice Cube and was directed by Tim Story. It follows a man who’s trying to impress his girlfriend’s police officer father by going on a patrol with him, and the movie won one of its eight award nominations.

Kevin was raised in Philadelphia alongside his older brother Robert, solely by their mother Nancy as their father Henry Hart was a cocaine addict, and spent most of his time in jail; Nancy worked at the University of Pennsylvania’s Office of Student Registration and Financial Services as a systems analyst; she died in 2007. Finding it hard to cope with lacking a father figure while growing up, Kevin found comfort in comedy; he studied at George Washington High School and upon matriculating in 1997 enrolled at Community College of Philadelphia. Kevin dropped out and moved to New York City in pursuit of comedy, but then moved to Brockton, Massachusetts and became a shoe salesman.

His father eventually stopped using drugs and the two have since become close.

Kevin made his debut film appearance in the 2001 comedy “North Hollywood”, and some of his following film roles were in 2002, in the  action crime comedy “Paper Soldiers” and the comedy “Class of ‘06”, then appeared in the 2003 musical comedy “Death of a Dynasty”; his debut TV series role was in the same year, playing Luke in three episodes of the  comedy “Undeclared”.

What marked the 2000s for Kevin was perhaps playing No. 17 in the 2008 adventure family comedy movie “Meet Dave”, which starred Elizabeth Banks and Eddie Murphy, and was directed by Brian Robbins. It follows a group of miniature aliens as they’re operating a spaceship which has a human form, and the movie won two of its five award nominations. Some of Kevin’s roles in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2008 comedy film “Extreme Movie”, the romantic movie “Lost Easily Horizons” and theaction fantasy comedy series “Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire” both in 2009.

He starred as Cleavon in the 2011 romantic comedy movie “35 and Ticking”, and was then cast to play the lead character Cedric in the 2012 romantic comedy movie “Think Like a Man”, which also starred Chris Brown and Gabrielle Union, and was directed by Tim Story. It follows the lives of four friends who’ve discovered that their other halves are using Steve Harvey’s dating advice against them – the movie won three of its 17 award nominations.

Some of Kevin’s most recent roles have been in the 2022 animated action adventure movie “DC League of Super-Pets” (voice role), the 2022 comedy movie “Me Time”, and the 2023 action comedy film “Die Hart”.

He’s won 20 of his 70 award nominations, which include two Primetime Emmy nominations in 2020 and 2021, for his performance in “Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up” and “Die Hart”, respectively.

Kevin’s a huge fan of poker, and has been playing competitively since 2010; he competed in the 2014 World Series of Poker, and in September 2020 stated that he’d won close to $50,000 in live tournament games.

He was involved in a serious car crash on 1 September 2019, when he was being driven in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda which rolled down an embankment off Mulholland Highway; both Kevin and the driver suffered ‘major back injuries’ and were rushed to a hospital.

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