Mary Hart was born on 1950-11-08 at Madison, South Dakota, United States. Her net worth is $10 Million. She is American born Actress. She has been seen in movies An American Carol, Fairly OddBaby, Marci X, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Love Affair.
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program
An American Carol, Fairly OddBaby, Marci X, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Love Affair
Quotes of Mary Hart
I really wanted to contact the woman, but I was, I wanted to call her and tell her I was really sorry, but I was afraid I'd kill her. I didn't know what to do." -- Mary's response to reports that the sound of her voices causes a NY woman to have seizures. "I choose to look for the good in people, not the bad. I choose to be trusting rather than untrusting. Choose to look at the negative things that happen as negative things that happen for a good reason, and, um, try always to go back to my roots.
Quick Facts of Mary Hart
Starred as co-host in Oklahoma with local radio personality Danny Williams on his daytime show sometime between 1970 and 1975.
Her legs were insured by Lloyd's of London.
Godmother of the cruise ship "Marina".
Has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Her mother, Dorothy Harum, is a breast cancer survivor.
Starred in a pilot for a sitcom in the 1980s that failed to be picked up for a series.
Endorsed L'eggs pantyhose in the late 1980s, and has never worked barelegged or worn open-toe shoes while host of Entertainment Tonight (1981).
Lived in Sweden from 1962 to 1965.
Lived in Denmark between 1958 and 1962.
Joined Entertainment Tonight (1981) on June 24, 1982.
Has two brothers, Michael and David.
Speaks Danish and Swedish fluently.
Graduated from Augustana Academy in Sioux Falls, SD, in 1968.
Graduated from Augustana College in 1972 with an English degree.
Miss Sioux Falls 1969, she also won the swimsuit competition.
Miss South Dakota 1970.
Competed in the 1970 Miss America pageant, and finished in the Top 10.
Son, Alec Jay "AJ" Sugarman, was born 24 December 1991.
In the Seinfeld (1989) episode, Seinfeld: The Good Samaritan (1992), Michael Richards' character, "Kramer", suffers blackouts that are triggered whenever he hears Mary Hart's voice anchoring her TV show, Entertainment Tonight (1981). The New England Journal of Medicine reported that the sound of Mary's voice triggers seizures in an epileptic woman from New York.