|Sean Hayes Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||June 26, 1970|
Sean Hayes is an award-winning American actor, comedian, and producer whose breakout role was playing the flamboyantly gay character of Jack McFarland in NBC’s ground-breaking sitcom, Will & Grace (1998-2006; 2017-2020).
Sean Patrick Hayes
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Actor, Comedian, Producer
- Father – Ronald Hayes (Lithographer)
- Mother – Mary Hayes
- Siblings – He has 4 older siblings.
Sean’s net worth was $20 million according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
72 kg or 159 lbs
Girlfriend / Boyfriend / Spouse
Sean has dated –
- Scott Icenogle (2006-Present) – He met music producer Scott Icenogle in 2006 through comedian Ellen DeGeneres. The couple exchanged wedding vows in 2014.
- Kristin Chenoweth (2010) – RUMOR
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Irish (75%), German, and Austrian (both 25%) descent.
Piercing blue eyes
Sean has endorsed several brands like –
- Tidy Cats
- Bud Light
- Geico Direct
Sean Hayes Favorite Things
- Movie – Amadeus (1984)
- Eateries In California – Craig’s, Il Piccolino, Izaka-ya by Katsu-ya, Marino, Pie ‘N Burger
- Episode Of Will & Grace – Gypsies, Tramps, and Weed (with Cher)
Source – Us Weekly, SoCalPulse.com, DailyMail.com
Sean Hayes Facts
- He is a classically-trained pianist.
- Sean has had an acting crush on Fred Armisen, Steve Martin, Kyle Mooney, Tom Hanks, and Martin Short.
- He was the youngest member from the lead cast of Will & Grace, which included Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, and Megan Mullally.
- Sean launched his own television production company called Hazy Mills Productions with his close friend Todd Milliner in 2004. His production house has produced shows like Hot in Cleveland, Hollywood Game Night, The Soul Man, Grimm, etc.
- He helped save the life of a man named Courtney Cunningham, who was mugged and shot in the leg in Los Angeles in 2001.
- During the 2023 Drama Desk Awards, Sean won the award for “Outstanding Lead Performance in a Play” for his work in Good Night, Oscar.
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