Melora Hardin Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Melora Hardin is an American singer and performer with a net worth of $5 million dollars. Melora Hardin was born in Houston, Texas, in 1967, right into a family comfortable with show business. Both her parents were performers and her mom worked as an acting coach and manager. Hardin began acting on TV series “Thunder” in 1977 and has since made tons of TV and movie appearances. The Hot singing career started in the early ’90s on “The Rocketeer” and “Tower of Terror”.
Melora Hardin Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
She’s sung the National Anthem at several professional sporting events, including an Arizona Coyotes’ season opener as well as the AAA 400. Hardin is the director and producer of the 2008 play “You”, which she starred in with Brenda Strong and Gildart Jackson. Hardin and costar Jackson have been married since 1997 and have two kids.
June 29, 1967
Houston, Texas, U.S.
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Actress, Soundtrack, Producer
Sarah Lawrence College
Piper Quincey Jackson, Rory Jackson
Jerry Hardin, Diane Hardin
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress - Comedy Series
Hannah Montana: The Movie, 17 Again, The Hot Chick, 27 Dresses, Absolute Power, The Comebacks, The Rocketeer, Knucklehead, Iron Eagle, Self/less, Thank You for Smoking, Tower of Terror, Big Man on Campus, An American Girl: Isabelle Dances Into the Spotlight, Seven Girlfriends, Reckless Kelly, Mom, Dad and Her, The North Avenue Irregulars, Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, Boxboarders!, I Melt with You, Ben Banks, Hollywood Mom's Mystery, Lambada, Zombie Hamlet, Drive-Thru, La bottega dell'orefice, Certain Guys, El Padrino, The Dukes, Chameleon, You, Erasable You, The Pornographer, Shangri-La Plaza, Just Breathe
The Office, The Wedding Band, Monk, Cover Me, Orleans, Dirty Dancing, Secrets of Midland Heights, Transparent, The Best Times, Thunder, The Family Tree
Was cast as "Jennifer Parker" in Back to the Future (1985) after actress Claudia Wells dropped out of the film during preproduction. Wells had recently filmed a television pilot (Off the Rack (1984)) that had been picked up by ABC for a six-episode run and the shooting schedules would have conflicted. Melora never shot a single frame of the movie, however; she was let go when Eric Stoltz was replaced by Michael J. Fox as the original Marty McFly because she was considered too tall to be his girlfriend. Wells was then brought back as Marty's girlfriend when her series didn't get picked up by ABC for a full season.
This is what I have, this is my package, I just happen to be wrapped with this color paper and this color of bow: my looks. It's nice that it's pleasing to a lot of people, and that I don't have to struggle with that in this lifetime. But we're all put on earth with some kind of package, and we just have to do with it whatever we do.
I do believe everyone on this earth is an artist - some people more than others. But I do believe we are all artists in a certain way. We all have unique abilities. There are people who are meant to make it their life and that is a different kind of person who would choose to be on that path.