Omari Hardwick Son Death

(Last Updated On: Apr 19, 2017)

Omari Hardwick son died in infancy. The actor and his then-girlfriend lost their baby in November, 2007. The couple dated for three years. Omari’s ex was Native American and German, and while Omari’s family embraced her, her own family disowned her because she was dating a man outside of her race. Omari Hardwick son death left a huge gap in his life.

Omari Hardwick’s Wife Jennifer Pfautch

Omari (43 years old in 2017) married his current wife, Jennifer Jae Pfautch (35 years old in 2017) in Kansas City in June 2012. We don’t know if Omari Hardwick wedding was big or small, with just his close friends from LA and his family from GA.

In 2013, Jennifer Pfautch (publicist and producer) became pregnant. In September 2014, Hardwick was photographed dining with Jennifer and their small child in New York City. Then it was not clear whether the child was a boy or a girl, but when in July 2016 Omari brought his wife and child on Good Morning America, it was obvious that it’s a cute little girl.

Jennifer is a beautiful and educated woman who Omari Hardwick loves. It is no wonder that he fired back at fans who called his wife “ugly” and said that she looks “too masculine”.

Omari Hardwick’s Siblings

Omari lost his sister, Shani Hardwick (born 1982). Shani Hardwick died very young, she was only 33 years old. Power star’s brother, Malik Hardwick (1971) passed away at 45. Omari’s third sibling, brother Jamil Hardwick is married and has a little child.

The causes of death of Omari Hardwick son, sister and brother are unknown. In the media, Omari said: “…it was ugly losing my son. It was ugly losing my brother at 45 & sister at 33. All within 3 yr span…”.

Omari, Son of Joyce Hardwick and Clifford Hardwick IV

Omari Hardwick’s parents, Joyce Hardwick and Clifford Hardwick IV, must be very proud of their son. As 43, Omari is a popular and much loved actor known for his roles in Power, Saved, Dark Blue, Miracle at St. Anna, The A-Team, Kick-Ass, For Colored Girls and Being Mary Jane. The actor has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Omari also is active in society – he supports anti-bullying and youth-violence prevention organizations.

Omari Latif Hardwick was born in January, 1974 in Savannah, Georgia, United States. He grew up in Decatur, Georgia. Throughout his life, he has also lived in: Littleton, CO; Greenville, SC; Stone Mountain, GA; Athens, GA; Santa Monica, CA; Los Angeles, CA.


  1. The death of a child will always leave a whole in your heart. Then to lose your siblings is even more painful. I pray that you and your fam grieving comes in waves..LOVE

  2. Hi my nane is gloria,i live back in savannah ga now.i want to know how is mr.clifford hardwick,he was my teacher.i use to see at the eye doctor and publix store.we ta)ked about children and i feel like i know every one of yall.i know his wife also.anyway god bless we have retired from the millilary and back home.oh i know he is proud of omari.god bless

  3. Omari,
    First I want to say I’m so proud of you and your achievements!! I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of family members, I know they meant so much to you. You have a beautiful family, no matter what others say. You keep doing your thing, moving up, and continue to stay strong.
    Love from Decatur Ga,

    1. I love you and your strength! Keep Pushing forward God is Good and he has you covered. So sorry for all of your lost

  4. FYI This article is not correct. Malik Hardwick, Omari’s brother, is NOT dead. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and 2 kids.

  5. First of I want to say you have a beautiful family. Your wife is very beautiful and your very handsome. Keep doing the great job that your doing and may the lord continue to bless you and your family ways love

    1. Love is everything!!!

      We live in a word where material things are foremost in our hearts … not kindness!!
      I love that you stood up to the ugly heart people for your wife … she is beautiful and she completes you in every way. Continue being who you are … they are jealous ….

      I am sorry about you losing your son, sister and brother …. God has taken them from this horrible place we call earth onto a far much better place … of peace and quiet … continue praying!!

      God has blessed you Omari….

  6. First let me say with all respect to you and your wife, you are so fine!I love you in everything that you are in! Ok that’s out the way. You have a beautiful family and what u said to that fan was the truth. I’m so sorry to hear about your family. I’m28 yrs old and it sadness me that my generation is about all the wrong, fake, material things that this world teach them to live by. With u being who u are people think u have to live by what they feel is acceptable’ you are very blessed and educated , the first time i have ever seen such a success and it’s not about looks, MONEY, cars its amazing. They’re just jealous ur wife is a lucky woman! I LOVE U OMARI

    1. Do u realize the comment you made, while to you probably was an actual compliment, was actually not. You basically gave into (albeit low key) into all the superficial bs that is wrong w/ this world today. Jennifer is a gorgeous woman. Omari is a very handsome man himself & they do make a beautiful couple. But I think that although the looks make them an attractive couple, what makes them even more so is that their marriage doesn’t seem derived from all the Hollywood hype, stereotypes, and pitfalls that rich & famous seem to fall into unfortunately. It’s so refreshing to see a couple of their caliber not follow that format & do their own thing. God bless them both.

  7. I pray that God continues to bless and guide you as you continue down the path that he has prepared for you. I too suffered great loss and severe trauma at a early age and was lost in a world or alcohol and womanizing. I’m thankful to God for saving me and redirecting my path. I can tell that you have a good spirit based off of numerous things that I’ve read and heard you speak on. Lastly I want to commend you for defending your wife just as any man should do, but many won’t.

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