Most people know Lisa Hartman as the wife of legendary country singer, Clint Black. Many people also know that the pair are one of the most enduring couples in Hollywood, having been married for over 25 years. However, Hartman is so much more than all the above-mentioned facts. She is an accomplished actress and has featured in several movies and TV series. The multi-talented lady is also a country singer and has dropped no less than four albums. Find out more about Hartman here including information about her bio, age, family as well as other interesting nuggets about her.
Lisa Hartman’s Bio (Age)
Lisa Hartman was born on the 1st of June 1956 in Houston, Texas. The media personality grew up in the Houston area and fell in love with performing when she was just a child. She, therefore, honed her skills at the Houston High School of the Performing Arts and also took part in several productions put up by the local theatre. On obtaining her high school diploma, Hartman pursued her career in earnest; becoming the front-woman of a local rock band known as Lisa Hartman and Four Grand. The band played at several local spots and enjoyed some decent success.
While jostling her budding music career, the multi-talented Hartman also delved into acting. Her acting debut came with a minor role in the 1977 TV film, Murder at the World Series. Since that humble debut, the Houston native has gone to appear in over 40 movies and TV series combined. They include Tabitha, The Love Boat, Where the Ladies Go, Magic on Love Island, Just Tell Me You Love Me, Jacqueline’s Susann’s Valley of the Dolls, Deadly Blessings, Knots Landing, Student Exchange, Roses are for The Rich, Bare Essentials, 2000 Malibu Road, Flicka: Country Pride and Where The Boys Are ’84. The 1984 film, Where the Boys Are ’84 is a sex-comedy film about a bunch of co-eds who journey to Florida for spring break. In the movie, Hartman plays the role of Jennie, a girl who is courted by a rich classical pianist as well as a daredevil rocker.
Husband And Daughter
Lisa Hartman is married to the legendary country singer – Clint Black. The two first met at a New Year’s Eve concert held by Black in their shared hometown of Houston. At that time, the singer was fighting off a cold and wasn’t really in the mood to meet people. His mood, however, improved tremendously once his manager introduced him to Hartman. He was instantly attracted to her looks and personality, while she herself was bowled over by his songwriting skills which border on the poetic. The two eventually started dating and later tied the knot on the 20th of October 1991 in Texas. Since then, Hartman and her husband have enjoyed a blissful union without any untoward rumors.
The couple has also collaborated professionally; recording no less than three duets together. They include When I Said I Do (1999), Easy For Me To Say (2001) and You Still Get To Me (2015). Their most successful collaboration is undoubtedly the single When I Said I Do. The song reached number one on the Billboard Country Singles Charts and won Vocal Event Of The Year at the 1999 Academy of Country Music Awards. It was also nominated for Best Country Collaboration (With Vocals) at the 2000 Grammy Awards.
When it comes to children, Lisa Hartman and her husband have one child together. Her name is Lily Pearl Black and she was born on the 8th of May 2001. Lily is already following in her mother’s footsteps as she appeared in the 2012 film, Flicka: Country Pride.
Lisa Hartman’s Sister
Lisa Hartman hails from a family of four. Her father’s name is Howard Hartman while her mother’s name is Jonni. Her father is a musician while her mom worked in Hollywood as a PR agent. The media personality also has an elder sister named Terri. Her sister, Terri, is an entertainment publicist and has worked on projects such as Creed and the popular reality TV series, Fear Factor. She has also provided publicity services for the likes of QVC and Revlon.
Other Facts About Clint Black’s Wife
• She has at least five studio albums to her name. They include Lisa Hartman (1976), Hold On (1979), Letterrock (1982), Till My Heart Stops (1987) and more.
• She was named outstanding supporting actress at the 1984 Soap Opera Digest Awards.
• Lisa Hartman co-hosted the 1994 TV special, Universal Studios Summer Blast. The special marked the 30th-anniversary celebration of the famed company.
• Her husband has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame which he received it in 1996.
• She is 5 feet 4 inches tall (1.63m)
• Hartman appeared in the 2005 Hallmark film – Back To You and Me.