Behind every successful man, there is a hand of a woman who constantly stands by him throughout all the ups and downs. The case is somehow similar to the HGTV show star Brandon Hatmaker. His wife Jen Hatmaker is an acclaimed TV personality, author, and speaker.
Brandon Hatmaker Married Jen Hatmaker
Brandon Hatmaker married Jennifer King on December 30, 1993, in a private wedding ceremony. The father to five met the love of his life, Jen in August 1992 while he was a junior at OBU. Their first meeting was in the WMU dorm.
Reportedly, Brandon pretends he needed an extra fork from the college cafeteria so that he could "accidentally" run into King in the line. Since then, they became close friends and soon turned the friendship into a romantic love affair.
Brandon Hatmaker's Children
How Much Is Brandon Hatmaker Net Worth?
Brandon Hatmaker and partner Jen Hatmaker possess a combined net worth of $5 million as of 2020. The lovebirds receive a payroll of $35,000 to $60,000 as experienced reality show stars.
Needless to say, both Brandon, as well as Jen Hatmaker, gained popularity through the notorious reality TV show, HGTV. Jen's 2014 post regarding burned-out parents went viral, it caught the HGTV attention and led them to join the series.
HGTV network subsequently contacted the Hatmakers for a show centered around the family and also asked the family show represent their religious style on screen. hatmaker duo with their five kids made a debut on the reality show in 2014 when Your Big Family Renovation premiered.
Brandon and Jen helped joint families resolve their space issues in their homes by renovating their houses. They run a show reconstructing the century-old house they bought for their own family. Jen Hatmaker's husband made an appearance on his own multiple episodes of Brother vs Brother in 2015 and later the both featured on HGTV's Tiny House.
Brandon Hatmaker: A Pastor and Author
Brandon Hatmaker was born on July 15, 1972. The 48-year-old is an introvert, therefore, he's not yet disclosed anything regarding his parents. He graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in Arts. The native of Colorado is now a resident of Budapest, Texas.
An American by nationality, Brandon has been an author with Harper Collins since 2010. He wrote and published Barefoot Church: Serving the Least in a Consumer Culture in the 2012 and a Mile Wide: Trading a Shallow Religion for a deeper faith in 2016.
Mr. Hatmaker has been a pastor at Austin New Church where his family members are involved. Brandon and his spouse Jen are philanthropic personalities and they well manage the charitable organization, Legacy Collective.