Beau Dylan Hart is an American-born actor.
Early Life and Career
Born and raised in Louisiana, Beau has been surrounded by a unique mix of people and culture for his entire life. This exposure has assisted in his ability to take on many diverse and in depth character roles. In addition to these noteworthy experiences, he has been professionally trained since he was 5 years old. Not only is Beau a major recurring guest star, Stanley, in the upcoming Apple TV+ series, Amber Brown, but he also plays Young Kurt Warner in “American Underdog” alongside fellow Louisiana actor, Zachary Levi. Earlier this year, he wrapped “Southern Gospel” along with Max Ehrich and “Rumble Through The Dark” with Aaron Eckhart.
Since his first booking as Young Boone in “Scream Queens” at 5 years old, Beau has worked with award-winning directors such as Keoni Waxman, Graham & Parker Phillips, the Erwin Brothers, and Bonnie Hunt. In addition to working under these talented directors, Beau has also been training in acting at Creating U Academy since day one, as well as participating in several workshops and receiving private coaching from Cheryl Faye.
In 2021 alone, Beau has had 2 feature films released, The Ravine, starring Terri Polo and Eric Dane, and Lansky starring Harvey Keitel. His third feature film this year, American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story, is set to premiere on Christmas Day.
Family Life and Parents
Beau Hart and his whole family often film commercials together. That’s right, Beau, his sister Alexis, his brother Will, and his mom Celeste often film commercials in and around the New Orleans area.
Beau Hart is playing Young Kurt Warner alongside Zachary Levi in the new movie, American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story. Oddly enough, both Hart and Levi are from Louisiana, their hometowns just a couple hours away from one another.
Beau Hart’s net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be around $250, 000 (net worth estimated in 2021).
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