Ethan Sandler Bio | Who is Kathryn Hahn’s Husband
He is a Jewish American actor and producer born on December 3, 1972, in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Ethan Sandler became a household name after appearing in a crime drama, “Crossing Jordan,” Where he played Officer Jefferey Brandau’s role.
He attended Mercer Island High School in Seattle, Washington, before proceeding to the Northwestern University in Evanston, where he earned a degree in 1995.
During his time at the university, he met his future wife, Kathryn Kahn.
After graduating from the Northwestern University, he gained admission to the Yale School of Drama, where he started acting.
Ethan proposed to Kathryn in the year 2000, on Thanksgiving Day, and they got married on January 3, 2002.
He was 30, and she 29 years old at that time of their marriage.
They are both blessed with two children, Leonard, born in 2006, and Mae, born in 2009; the family lives in Los Angeles.
He is best known for his ADA Jeffrey Brandau role on the TV series Crossing Jordan, and the series ran from 2002 to 2007.
His wife, Kathryn Hahn, played one of the main characters in the movie.
Ethan has screen credits in movies including “The Chocolate War, The Enigma with a Stigma, and Flushed.”
His voice was used in 2007 Disney’s computer-animated film, called “Meet the Robinson’s,” he voiced as DOR-15 (Doris), Uncle Fritz, Uncle Dmitri, Uncle Spike, Aunt Petunia, Cousin Laszlo, and CEO of InventCo.
Apart from acting, Ethan worked as a set decorator and also a writer. He got credit for writing episodes in “My Boys” and some “New Girl.”
Ethan Sandler’s net worth
His net worth is estimated to be $3 million, which he earned from his acting career.
In 2016 he and his wife Hahn bought a luxurious villa for about $2.5 million.