Denis O’Hare is a well-known actor, singer, and author from the United States. Denis O’Hare is best known for his Tony Award-winning performances in the critically acclaimed plays “Take Me Out” and “Sweet Charity.”
|Full Name:||Denis O’Hare|
|Born Date:||17 Jan, 1962|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Scorpio, Virgo, Taurus|
|Height:||5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)|
|Married Date:||July 27, 2011|
|Net Worth||$4 million USD|
|Birth Place||Kansas City, Missouri|
|Father||John M. O’Hare|
|Siblings||(Four) Michael O’Hare, Patricia O’Hare, Pam O’Hare, and Kathleen O’Hare|
Denis O’Hare Biography
Denis Patrick Seamus O’Hare was born on 17th January 1962. He entered this world in Kansas City, Missouri, the United States of America. As such, he is 61 years old and of American nationality. Additionally, as a Capricorn born on the 17th of January, he is a Christian.
Moving on to his family, he was born to John M. O’Hare and Margaret Karene. He also has a brother, Michael O’Hare, and three sisters, Patricia O’Hare, Pam O’Hare, and Kathleen O’Hare.
He spent his youth in the Detroit suburbs until the age of 15. He then relocated with his family to Wing Lake in Bloomfield Hills. His mother, too, was a musician. As a result, he spent his youth playing the church organ. Similarly, he is of Irish ancestry and possesses an Irish passport.
Denis graduated from Brother Rice High School in 1980. Similarly, he enrolled at Northwestern University and earned his bachelor’s degree there. Additionally, he studied theater.
Denis O’Hare Height And Weight
He has been able to maintain an attractive and fit physique as an actor. In terms of height and weight, he stands at 5 feet 8 inches or 1.73 meters and weighs approximately 70 kilograms or 154 pounds. Likewise, the actor has brown hair and an attractive pair of green eyes.
O’Hare was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play for his performance in Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out, where his character’s lengthy monologues in which he gradually falls in love with baseball were cited as a primary reason for his nomination. He won the 2005 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance as Oscar Lindquist in the Broadway production of Sweet Charity.
O’Hare portrayed a doctor in the 2003 film 21 Grams. He was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical in 2004 for his performance as Charles J. Guiteau in Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins. Michael Cerveris, who played John Wilkes Booth in the film, defeated him. Prior to those roles, he appeared on Broadway in the 1998 revival of Cabaret as Ernst Ludwig, the onstage clarinetist for the Kit Kat Band’s orchestra. O’Hare was featured in Saint Perhaps, a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation. He has appeared as a guest star on numerous episodes of Law & Order and its spin-offs, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
In 2008, he appeared as a guest star on multiple episodes of Brothers & Sisters. Among his feature film credits are The Anniversary Party, 21 Grams, Garden State, Derailed, Michael Clayton, A Mighty Heart, Half Nelson, Milk, Edge of Darkness, Charlie Wilson’s War, and Changeling. In 2009, O’Hare starred as Phillip Steele (a composite character based on Quentin Crisp’s friends Phillip Ward and Tom Steele) in the television film An Englishman in New York. In the same year, he starred as therapist Dr. David Worth in the television series Bored to Death.
O’Hare joined HBO’s True Blood in 2010 for its third season as Russell Edgington, Mississippi’s 2,800-year-old vampire king. In 2011, he starred in the film The Eagle as Lutorius, a Roman officer. He recently appeared in a recurring role as Judge Charles Abernathy on the television drama series The Good Wife. O’Hare starred as Larry Harvey in FX’s inaugural season of American Horror Story: Murder House.
In 2012, O’Hare co-starred with Amy Adams and Donna Murphy in Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods at The Public Theater. The show ran from July 23 to September 1, 2012, at New York City’s Delacorte Theatre. In 2013, O’Hare starred as Spalding, the house butler, in the third season of American Horror Story, American Horror Story: Coven.
O’Hare portrayed con artist Stanley on American Horror Story: Freak Show’s fourth season. O’Hare portrayed Liz Taylor, a hotel clerk, in the fifth season of American Horror Story: Hotel, and Dr. Elias Cunningham in the sixth season of American Horror Story: Roanoke.
Denis O’Hare Net Worth
Denis has amassed a small fortune over the course of his career. He currently has an estimated net worth of $4 million US dollars as of July 2023, according to online sources.
Denis O’Hare Wife, Marriage
Denis is openly homosexual and has been married to designer Hugo Redwood since July 28, 2011. Declan is the couple’s only child, having been adopted. He self-identifies as an atheist.