• Caucasian stylist and fashion expert in her mid-to-late 30’s
• Early life unknown, graduated from an unspecified college with a student loan of $25,000
• Married to actor and former professional ice hockey player Wyatt Russell in 2010, divorced in 2017
• Both kept their intellectual belongings in the divorce settlement, Sanne receiving $25,000
• Net worth of $1 million, with average stylist annual salary of nearly $65,000

Who is Sanne Hamers?

Born on an unspecified date in the 1980’s, in the USA, Sanne Hamers is a Caucasian stylist and fashion expert in her mid-to-late 30’s. She’s definitely most familiar to the worldwide crowd thanks to her previous marriage to actor and former professional ice hockey player Wyatt Russell. Considering the career which started supposedly in her early adolescence, it is certain that Sanne’s had plenty of personal success as well.

Early life: Unclarified beginnings

Sanne’s early childhood is unfamiliar to the public, including the names of her parents and any siblings. It’s been known since her involvement with the celebrated actor that she has had a burning passion for fashion and design since very early youth.

Hamers attended a certain high school in her place of birth, from where she matriculated in approximately the early 2000’s. It’s also not known which college Sanne graduated from, though she is believed to have had a good education, one detail being that her last known student loan amounted to $25,000. Lastly, it is reputed that the famous fashion expert entered various competitions during her time in college, though it’s not known which ones.

How did they meet?

Wyatt met Sanne after playing a hockey game in The Netherlands, in a certain salsa bar with his colleagues, where Hamers also happened to be. This took place in 2010, at which point Wyatt was still mostly dedicated to the ice rink – not the big screen.

What was their relationship like?

Russell and Hamers dated for two years, becoming engaged at some later stage, and marrying in May 2012, supposedly in Los Angeles, without the presence of the media. There’s talk that they both lived in Boston Russell’s luxurious mobile home alongside two canines in a trailer park in Malibu for a while, though it’s not known when. Their union lasted for almost three years, until they filed for divorce in March 2015. It took another two years for the process to be finalised though, hence they officially split in November 2017.

Sanne Hamers and Wyatt Russell

What happened to them?

Regarding the abrupt end of Hamers’ marriage with Russell, there have been rumors that the Hollywood star began an affair with actress Meredith Hagner, though this is likely untrue, seeing as the two began openly dating a whole year after the divorce request. The only reason thus-far known to the public is irreconcilable differences.

How did their divorce go?

Sanne and Wyatt were a creative couple during their marriage, hence they both did the utmost to protect their intellectual belongings in the split. While the entire divorce settlement isn’t familiar to the public, it’s known that Hamers kept all of her created and purchased artworks, screenplay she personally wrote, general film ideas, personal items of sentimental value, and jewelry.

Wyatt also kept everything he wanted, including most of their luxurious possessions, such as the Pacific Palisades mobile home, Toyota Tundra Truck, etc. Lastly, Sanne was set to receive $25,000 by judicial order, while neither of the two resorted to the right for spousal support. This has been the last of the limelight for Sanne so far, as no more information about her has surfaced since. Wyatt, on the other hand, has been married to Meredith Hagner since August 2019.

Who is her ex-husband?

Born Wyatt Hawn Russell under the sign of Cancer on the 10th of July 1986, in Los Angeles, California USA, of very mixed Jewish, Hungarian, English, Irish, Scottish and German descent, Wyatt is a 33-year old Caucasian former ice hockey player, and an actor.

He was born into an already super-famous family – son to Golden Globe Award-nominated actor Kurt Russell, and two-time Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and producer Goldie Hawn. His three older step-siblings are Oliver and Kate Hudson (from Goldie’s previous marriage to actor Bill Hudson), and Boston Russell (from Kurt’s previous marriage to actress Season Hubley). Last but not least, his paternal grandfather is Neil Oliver ‘Bing’ Russell, his maternal grandfather is musician Edward Rutledge Hawn, and his maternal grandmother Laura Steinhoff was an actress as well. His parents met as early as 1968, but got together only 16 years later in 1984, on the set of the film entitled “Swing Shift”.

What caused him to start acting so late?

Wyatt decided to step into acting as late as age 24, unlike most celebrity children. He did technically have three roles before 2010, but the first two were realized when he was quite young, and the third had him feature in a short film. Ice hockey seemed to be a much more attractive idea at the time, seeing as Russell assumed that he could get into acting at any time through his parent’s connections. He started playing professionally in 2002, for the Junior B Richmond Sockeyes. In 2005 he became a goalie for the BCHL’s Coquitlam Express, later that year the back-up goalie for the Chicago Street of the USHL, and finally the club in which he met Sanne – Groningen Grizzlies from The Netherlands (2009).

Why did he stop playing?

By the age of 21, Wyatt had suffered five concussions on the rink, ultimately deciding for good against further participation in the sport. He took a three-year hiatus from sports and film, finally appearing as a teenager in “High School”, and Sam Loomis in the episode of “Law & Order: LA” entitled “Hollywood”. It wasn’t until 2014 that he took a massive career leap, mostly owing to his role as Zook in “22 Jump Street”, which earned him a nomination for the Teen Choice Award in the Choice Movie: Breakout Star category in the same year. Wyatt’s most famous appearance after that was as Ford in the sci-fi horror film by the great J.J. Abrams entitled “Overlord” in 2018.

As polygon.com had put it, Wyatt was ‘making a strong case for stepping into his father Kurt’s shoes should Hollywood ever attempt a second remake of “The Thing”’.

How does his future look?

It’s been reported by syfy.com that Wyatt will be starring in the Disney+ Marvel universe spinoff entitled “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. Knowing the success of these two franchises, it’s undeniable that the actor can look forward to obtaining much more fame. Those anxious to see him in the new role will have to wait for the first season’s release, probably in late 2020, as the filming is still on-going. One more project of Wyatt’s to look forward to is the thriller entitled “The Woman in the Window”, arriving on the screen approximately in mid-2020.

What is Sanne Hamers’ net worth?

Sanne’s net worth is around $1 million in early 2020, with a supposed average stylist annual salary of nearly $65,000. She made this fortune mostly by lending her fashion advice over the years, though a few of her contracts are probably owed to the fame she obtained because of Wyatt, whose net worth is approximately $4 million.

Body measurements

Sanne’s physical attributes are:

  • Hair: Bright blond
  • Eyes: Light blue
  • Body shape: Hourglass
  • Complexion: Generally very bright with an occasional tan

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  1. Somebody Somewhere Reply

    These are not pictures of Sanne Hamers. They’re pictures of that idiot Hagner.

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