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Born Edgerton Hartwell II on 27 May 1978 in Las Vegas, Nevada, Ed is a retired American Football player, perhaps best known for his time playing as a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens. He has also being a member of the Las Vegas Locomotives, Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falcons during his career. Some people also know him for his appearances in ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’.
So, how wealthy is Ed Hartwell? What’s his net worth? Ed Hartwell is estimated to have be worth over $5 million as of early 2016. He acquired his wealth from his career as an American football player, succeeding in every team he joined. He also has entrepreneurial spirit, owning companies such as Hartwell and Associates, Hart 2 Hart Baby, Closet Freaks, Hart 3 Hart Clothing and Wu Girls.
Ed Hartwell Net Worth $5 Million
Ed Hartwell was educated at Cheyenne High School in North Las Vegas, where he was involved in sports such as track, basketball and football. He continued playing as a lineman when he joined Western Illinois University, something which would later see him engage in the sport professionally. In 2001, the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the NFL Draft, and he played for the team from 2001-2004 without missing a single game. By the time he was leaving the team, he had under his belt 337 tackles, one interception and six sacks. This was a good start to his net worth.
Ed Hartwell proceeded to play for the Atlanta Falcons, a team that signed him for six years, agreeing to a $26.25 million deal. On March 2007, he finally left after playing 13 games and achieving one sack and 63 tackles. On 3 May that same year, he joined the Cincinnati Bengals, but only stayed with them briefly. From September he spent his time off the pitch, before signing another contract on 2 May 2008 to play for the Oakland Raiders. He was dismissed on 13 August following the team’s decision to sign Glenn Pakulak. In 2010, the Las Vegas Locomotives offered him a lucrative deal to play for the team, a team that coincidentally was located in his birth place.
When it comes to TV appearances, Ed Hartwell has been featured in the first two seasons of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ the salary from which Hartwell and his wife, Lisa, decided to make better use of, collaborating to start various businesses, which included a real estate firm and a jewelry line. The businesses were successful, something that saw him increase his net worth considerably.
In his personal life, Ed Hartwell met his wife Lisa Wu-Hartwell, who is also featured in ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ on 31 December 2005. They tied the knot on 20 May 2006 in Santa Monica, California. On 9 May 2007, they had a son called Ed Jr. Lisa however had two other sons from her previous marriage. According to information released by a consumer financial services firm, Ed Hartwell and his wife had borrowed $2.9 million to purchase a mansion in 2007, but defaulted when it came to payments. Two years later, the Bank of America went ahead to pay for the house for a total of $1.9 million as foreclosure. The pair divorced in 2011, and Ed subsequently married actress Keshia Knight Pulliam in early 2016.
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