Melissa Joan Hart Net Worth

Melissa Joan Hart is an American actress, director, producer, writer, singer and businesswoman. Melissa Joan Hart Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $13 Million. Explore more about Melissa Joan Hart‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her yearly income 2 million and monthly income 180,000.

Melissa Joan Hart Full name Melissa Joan Hart. Her nick Name was Melissa Joan Hart. Melissa Joan Hart now 46 Years old .

Melissa Joan Hart Father William  Hart and Her Mother Paula Voje.

Melissa Joan Hart Spouse  was  Mark Wilkerson . She has Three kids.

She was born in 18 April 1976  in Smithtown, New York, United states of america.

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When she was four years old, Hart made her professional acting debut in a television commercial for the bathtub doll, Splashy. She continued to appear regularly in commercials, and before she turned five she had already starred in 25 of them. Some of her other early work includes appearances on the shows “Kane & Abel” (1985), “The Equalizer” (1986), “Another World” (1986). She also starred in the TV movie “Christmas Snow” (1986), which went on to win an Emmy Award, and in 1989 she was an understudy in a Broadway production of “The Crucible”, which starred Martin Sheen.

Hart’s big break came in 1991 when she landed the starring role on “Clarissa Explains It All”, a Nickelodeon comedy series. The show enjoyed a four-year run, and was highly successful during that period. Her acting on the series was praised, and she even was nominated four consecutive times for Youth Artist Awards; she won three out of the four times she was nominated. Following the end of the show, Hart attended New York University to further her education, but she ultimately dropped out and did not finish her degree because she was offered the title role for the television film “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” in 1996. The popular film was followed by a television series of the same name, which she also starred in. The show aired on ABC and The WB, and lasted for seven seasons until 2003. From 1999 to 2000, Hart also contributed her voice to the animated show “Sabrina: The Animated Series”, which ran for 65 episodes. During this same period, she also would guest stars on episodes of the series “Touched by an Angel”, and appeared in a number of television movies like “Twisted Desire” (1996), “The Right Connections” (1997), “Two Came Back” (1997), “Silencing Mary” (1998), “Sabrina Goes to Rome” (1998), “Love, American Style” (1999), and “Sabrina Down Under” (1999). Additionally, in 1999, Hart made her directorial debut when she directed an episode of the Disney Channel show “So Weird”; she followed this up by directing an episode of the Nickelodeon show “Tania” in 2001, and between 2001 and 2002 she directed six different episodes of “Sabrina”.

With the end of “Sabrina” in 2003, Hart directed her first movie, “Mute” (2005), which is a 15-minute short film. It stars her sister Emily. She starred in a series of projects, including the television films “Holiday in Handcuffs” (2007) and “My Fake Fiance” (2009), an episode of “Law & Order: SVU” (2007), and directed a music video for Course of Nature, her husband Mark Wilkerson’s band. In 2009, she competed on the ninth season of the show “Dancing with the Stars”, with professional partner Mark Ballas. In 2010, Hart began starring in the ABC Family sitcom “Melissa & Joey”, alongside Joey Lawrence. The premise of the show is that she plays a woman finds herself caring for her incarcerated sister’s children, and hires Lawrence’s character as a nanny to help. The show aired for four seasons, and ended in August 2015. Other shows she has worked on since include the Netflix series “No Good Nick” (2019), and the animated Nickelodeon show “The Casagrandes”