A Biography of Joshua Daniel Hartnett
Daniel Hartnett was an devoted military service member and passionate music lover who was also loved by his family and loved music as much as anything.
He graduated from South High School in Minneapolis before attending SUNY Purchase to study acting. His debut in the industry came with the TV drama Cracker.
Early Life and Education
Joshua Daniel Hartnett was born on July 21st 1978 in Saint Paul, Minnesota to Wendy Anne Krosstedt and Daniel Thomas Hartnett (a building manager). He has three younger half-siblings. Joshua attended South High School of Minneapolis before enrolling at SUNY Purchase for higher studies.
Early in his career, he performed in small plays and national commercials before landing his breakthrough role as Michael Fitzgerald on Cracker – before going on to star in movies such as The Faculty, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later and Pearl Harbor.
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Daniel Hartnett is an accomplished actor who began his career performing small plays and national commercials before going on to film roles, such as Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down. Additionally, Daniel starred on Showtime series Penny Dreadful from 2014-16.
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Achievement and Honors
Hartnett attended South High School until 1996 when he attended New York to study theatre arts at SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Film. Following this, he moved to Los Angeles where he began acting, appearing in plays and commercials before landing his first major role on ABC’s Cracker in 1997; Halloween H20 followed in 1998; also, Hartnett appeared as John Tate alongside Elijah Wood, Usher Raymond, and Salma Hayek in The Faculty film.
Hartnett is known for starring in short films such as The Same and Member. Additionally, he has made appearances in Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down films as well as receiving ShoWest Male Star of Tomorrow Award in 2002. Additionally, Hartnett has always supported environmental causes.
Hartnett was raised by his building manager father and stepmother in St. Paul, Minnesota. While attending Minneapolis South High School he took part in youth theater productions of Tom Sawyer and Guys and Dolls that caught the attention of talent scouts.
After graduating high school, Hartnett relocated to New York City and studied acting at State University of New York at Purchase. Initially he performed in small plays and national TV commercials before making his breakthrough performance as Jamie Lee Curtis’ son in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998).
Hartnett has been married twice and is father to three children from both marriages. Since 2015, he and Tamsin Egerton have been in an on-again off-again relationship and they’ve been living together.
Joshua Daniel Hartnett is an award-winning American actor and producer, best known for his roles in Black Mirror, Penny Dreadful, Die Hart, among many other films and series. With an estimated net worth estimated at $25 Million.
At first, he came to public notice through his role of Michael Fitzgerald on TV crime drama series Cracker in 1997. Since then he has appeared in several films such as The Faculty, Virgin Suicides, Here on Earth and 40 Days and 40 Nights.
Hartnett made his mark as a box office hit actor with Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down, earning critical acclaim and multiple award and nominations. Since then he has also appeared in other notable films like Lucky Number Slevin and 30 Days of Night.