The versatile personality Hayes Hargrove is an actor, comedian, and a writer best known for his roles in the series Major Crimes and High Maintenance. Similarly, Hayes is also known for his work in the movies Art House, Starlight and Superfish, and Almost Home. As of now, he is in a relationship with his girlfriend Katherine Von Till. Previously he was married to actress Kristen Wigg.
Hayes Hargrove was born in New York, United States of America. As per his nationality, he is an American and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Hayes wanted to become an actor since his childhood days. He has shared fewer details regarding his early days, parents, siblings, and education.
The handsome actor is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend Katherine Von Till. The couple has been for a few years and is happily living their life with each other but they are yet not married.
Prior to her, Hayes was married to his former wife Kristen Wiig in 2005. The relationship was running well for 3 years, however, the duo divorced in 2009.
The previous pair have not a child together. Well, the real reason behind his divorce with his former spouse is not known. After their separation, his ex-wife is dating an actor Avi Rothman.
The net worth of the talented actor, Hayes Hargrove is $2 million, as of May 2019, which is similar to an actor John Wesley Shipp. He earns a decent amount from his acting career. He also earns from commercials, endorsements, and advertisements.
Generally, actors earn $39.84 per hour and $50,235 yearly as an average salary. Similarly, the average additional compensation includes $1,024 bonus, $1,000 profit sharing, and $54,000 commission. So, Haynes might be receiving a similar amount.
Hargrove began his acting career appearing in a short comedy movie High Maintenance in 2009 and he received popularity from that show. Then, he again was featured in another short series Take My Wife.
Some of his notable films and TV series includes Art House, Starlight and Superfish, Slaphappia, Fingers, and Chestnut Hills, and Major Crimes.