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Kathryn Hahn has been around in Hollywood for a long time now, and you probably recognize her as the supporting actress in a lot of your favorite comedy movies. For the longest time, Kathryn Hahn has been on the sidelines, despite being incredibly talented, gorgeous, and funny, but in the last two years, she has gained more popularity amongst audiences and that’s because of her prominent role in WandaVision. We’ll admit that she was a supporting cast member in WandaVision too, but that role has led her to something bigger.
In 2023, Kathryn Hahn will be the star of her own show Agatha: Coven of Chaos (and this will be bigger than Mrs. Fletcher in 2019), and for all those who have wanted to see more of Hahn as a lead character, now is a perfect time! So keep reading this article to find out everything you need to know about Kathryn Hahn, one of the funniest women in Hollywood, from her net worth to her biography and much more:
Kathryn Hahn’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million in 2023. Although Hahn has been acting professionally for over 20 years, only recently has she started to come into her own as a leading lady. We have no doubt that her net worth will increase as she starts to make money from her work for Marvel Studios as Agatha Harkness. As of now, she is set to appear in Agatha: Coven of Chaos as we mentioned earlier, but it is possible that we might also see her in other Marvel movies like Avengers: Secret Wars or Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
Kathryn Marie Hahn was born in Westchester, Illinois, on July 23, 1973. She was raised Catholic and attended St. Ann’s Catholic School and Beaumont School while growing up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Upon graduating from high school, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in theater from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. She later earned her Master of Fine Arts in drama from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Hahn’s first professional gig was on a locally televised puppet show called Hickory Hideout, broadcast by Cleveland’s WKYC, then owned by NBC. She met television creator and producer Tim Kring at a festival, and he created a character on Crossing Jordan for her. She portrayed the grief counselor Lily Lebowski from 2001 through 2007. Hahn also appeared in a supporting role in 2003’s How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson. She was cast in several comedic films, such as Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Wanderlust, Step Brothers, and The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard. She also has appeared in a number of romantic comedies, including Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, The Holiday, A Lot Like Love, and How Do You Know. Hahn made her Broadway debut in 2008 in the comedy Boeing-Boeing and starred as Gloria, an airline stewardess, opposite Mark Rylance.
Hahn has appeared on a number of television shows, starring alongside Hank Azaria in the comedy series Free Agents and featuring in recurring roles on Girls and Hung, both on HBO. She is well-known for her recurring role as Jennifer Barkley on the mockumentary series Parks and Recreation. Her character was the campaign manager of Leslie Knope’s opponent, Bobby Newport, played by Paul Rudd, with whom Hahn had worked on Our Idiot Brother and several other films. She even received a nomination in 2012 for the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series for her work on Parks and Recreation.
In 2013, Hahn was nominated for the Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor for her first leading role in the comedy-drama Afternoon Delight, written and directed by Joey Soloway. Later that same year, she was seen in the crime comedy We’re the Millers, alongside Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis, as well as The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Kristen Wiig and Ben Stiller. She was in several films in 2014, including She’s Funny That Way, This Is Where I Leave You, and Bad Words. She was cast as Rabbi Raquel Fein in Amazon Studios’ Transparent, a comedy-drama created by Joey Soloway, in 2014, and was nominated for both an Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. Hahn co-starred in the film Tomorrowland alongside Hugh Laurie and George Clooney and starred in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Visit in 2015.
Hahn starred in the comedy Bad Moms in 2016. The film grossed over $183.9 million with a budget of $20 million. The 2017 sequel, Bad Moms Christmas, also starred Mila Kunis, Jada Pinkett Smith, Christina Applegate, and Kristen Bell, and grossed more than $130 million with a budget of $28 million. She lent her voice to two animated films in 2018. The first role was Ericka Van Helsing in Hotel Transylvania 3, and the second was Olivia Octavius, the female version of Doctor Octopus, in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Both films were released by Sony Pictures Animation. The following year, Hahn starred in and produced Mrs. Fletcher, a comedy miniseries for HBO.
In 2020, Hahn starred opposite Mark Ruffalo in I Know This Much Is True, an HBO drama miniseries based on the novel of the same name. She also joined the cast of Apple TV+’s animated musical comedy series Central Park as the voice of Paige Hunter. She joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2021, starring in the Disney+ limited series WandaVision as Agnes alongside Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda. Hahn signed a deal with Marvel Studios and will appear in a WandaVision spinoff titled Agatha: Coven of Chaos (originally Agatha: House of Harkness). Most recently, she was part of the ensemble of Rian Johnson’s murder mystery film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
Kathryn Hahn began dating her husband, actor Ethan Sandler, in the early 1990s. They originally met while attending Northwestern University and lived in New York City together for about eight years after graduation. They finally married in 2002 and have been together ever since. They starred as each other’s love interests on Crossing Jordan, with Sandler playing ADA Jeffrey Brandau opposite Hahn’s Lily Lebowski. Sandler is also an executive producer and writer.
Hahn has kept her family life fairly private, but we do know her parents are Karen and Bill Hahn. She and her husband Ethan Sandler share two teenage children, Leonard and Mae. The family resides in Los Angeles, California.
We can’t wait to see Kathryn Hahn in Agatha: Coven of Chaos, but we’ll admit, her career trajectory in Hollywood is noteworthy beyond Marvel as well. So, do let us know in the comments, other than Agatha, what your favorite Kathryn Hahn role has been!