Mary Hart is one of the longest-running Entertainment Tonight hosts, whose popularity and charisma has not diminished. She was recently spotted with Larry King at the L.A. Dodgers’ World Series Game 6. Read more about her, right here!
Who is Mary Hart? Born Mary Johanna Harum, she was Miss South Dakota in 1970 and is now a prominent host for Entertainment Tonight. The television personality is well-known for her work, and we have everything you need to know about her in our Mary Hart wiki.
Mary Hart’s Short Bio
Mary Hart was born to Dorothy Harum, a breast cancer survivor. She has two siblings—Michael and David.
Hart was born on November 8, 1950, making Mary Hart’s age 67. She was raised in Denmark and speaks fluent Danish and Swedish.
The TV personality married Terry Hart in 1972. But the two divorced in 1979.
Hart is a Los Angeles Dodgers fan and is known to have sung the national anthem before a few games. And when the team faced off against the Houston Astros in Game 6 of the World Series, Larry King and Mary Hart were spotted next to other.
Who Is Mary Hart Married To?
Although it is common knowledge that Mary Hart’s husband is no longer Terry Hart, those who are not up to date should know that she remarried producer Burt Sugarman in 1989. He is known for the iconic The Newlywed Game and was previously married to Pauline Schur and the late Carol Wayne.
Sugarman and Hart have a son together named Alec Jay “A.J.” Sugarman.
Hart’s Drool-Worthy Properties
Mary Hart owned a huge ranch in Montana, which was listed in 2015 for $26.5 million. The 160-acre property in Elk Horn, Montana, has 7,000 square feet and is complete with guest quarters, a wrangler cabin, and a four-stall barn. There is also a spectacular mountain view.
Although there is no word on what the ranch sold for, she put up another home for sale in September 2017. The L.A. apartment was once listed at $8.8 million, before being taken off the market and re-listed at $7.9 million.
It does not look like Mary Hart has an Instagram account, and she was active on Twitter until she left Entertainment Tonight.