Allan Hawco Married Life, Wife, Net Worth, Bio, Family

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Allan Hawco Married Life, Wife, Net Worth, Bio, Family

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Jul 28, 1977
  • Age 46 Years, 9 Months
  • Nationality Canadian
  • Profession Actor
  • Marital Status Married
  • Wife/Spouse Carolyn Stokes (m. 2012)
  • Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
  • Gay/Lesbain No
  • Ethnicity White
  • Net Worth Not Disclosed
  • Social Media Twitter, Instagram
  • Children/Kids Not Yet
  • Height 5 Feet 10 Inches (178 cm)
  • Education National Theatre School of Canada
  • Siblings Greg Hawco (Brother)
  • Parents Mary Hawco (Mother), Michael Hawco (Father)

Allan Hawco is an award-winning Canadian actor, who has earned the love and respect from audiences of all ages.

He climbed the ladder of success through his performance in numerous movies and TV shows. Some of his popular acting credits include 2004’s H2O (TV Series), 2009’s ZOS: Zone of Separation (TV Mini-Series), 2013’s Murdoch Mysteries (TV Series), 2015’s Hyena Road (Movie), and 2016’s Weirdos (Movie).

Alongside being an actor, he is also a writer and an executive producer, who has worked on 2010-14’s Republic of Doyle (TV Series), 2016-18’s Frontier (TV Series), 2018’s Caught (TV Mini-Series), and many more.

Bio & Education

Hailing from Bell Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador, Canada, Allan Hawco was born on 28 July 1977. His birth sign is Leo. He first attended Memorial University and studied business as his major subject.

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However, he left his studies to pursue a career in the film industry. Later, he got enrolled at the National Theatre School of Canada.

Family: Parents & Siblings

Allan Hawco was raised by his father, Michael Hawco, a former employee of the Bell Island Ferry and his mother, Mary Hawco (Murray), a former elementary school teacher and nun. He is the youngest child of his parents and has three siblings among which, one is his brother, Greg Hawco.

His brother, Greg, is a music director, composer, conductor, and band member of Come From Away’s Canadian production.

Allan Hawco’s Married Life

The talented actor Allan Hawco is married to Carolyn Stokes, a news reporter of CBC News. The pair first met in 2010 and eventually fell in love.

Allan Hawco with his wife, Carolyn Stokes on 27 December 2019 (Photo: Allan Hawco's Instagram)

After then, they started dating, and a year later, in 2011, the duo decided to take a step further in their relationship—on 28 December 2011, Allan and Carolyn shared the wedding vows.

Wife’s Details

Allan Hawco’s wife, Carolyn Stokes, is a native of Mount Pearl, who graduated with a degree in Arts (English major and Business minor) from Memorial University. She joined CBC News in 2011 as a news reporter.

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As of now, she is a host and co-anchor of CBC News’ show called Here & Now Late Night and Here & Now Saturday. For her work, she was even given the Atlantic Journalism Award for arts and entertainment writing in 2003.

His Net Worth

As per Celebrity Net Worth, the Canadian actor, and producer, Allan Hawco, has managed to make a net worth of $10 million.

Some Quick Facts Related To Allan Hawco

  • Allan Hawco stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 meters).

  • On 28 December 2018, he and his wife celebrated their 7th wedding anniversary.

  • In 2019, his debuted TV Mini-Series, Caught, was nominated at Canadian Screen Awards. Also, the TV series, Republic of Doyle, was nominated for a Gemini Awards in 2010.

  • He has worked with numerous well-known theatres of his country, such as Shakespeare Works, RCA Theatre, Saidye Bronfman Centre, and Theatre Passe Muraille.

  • In 2011, he received the Gascon-Thomas Award from the National Theatre School and Canadian Film and Television Hall of Fame's Outstanding Achievement Award, respectively.