Ethan Sandler Bio, Age. Wife, Children, Career, Net Worth, Movies

Ethan Sandler is an American actor, producer, and writer known for his role of ADA Jeffrey Brandau on the television series Crossing Jordan.

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Ethan Sandler Biography

Ethan Sandler is an American actor, producer, and writer known for his role of ADA Jeffrey Brandau on the television series Crossing Jordan…..Ethan Phillips

Ethan Sandler Age

Sandler was born on 3rd December 1972, Fort Wayne, Indiana, U.S.A. He is 42 years old as of 2018.

Ethan Sandler Wife

Sandler married Kathryn Hahn in the year 2002. Sandler met Kathryn Hahn while studying at the University of Northwestern University Kathryn Hahn is an American actress and comedian. She began her career on television, playing Lily Lebowski in the NBC crime drama series Crossing Jordan.

Ethan Sandler Children

The stunning couple is blessed with two children, Leonard Sandler, and Mae Sandler.

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Ethan Sandler Career

Studying at ‘Mercer Island High School,’ Ethan Sandler landed a role in the 1988 American drama film ‘The Chocolate War.’
Though the film received positive reviews from the critics, it failed to impress the audience. In 1990, Sandler was cast to play Eddie in the made-for-television comedy film ‘She’ll Take Romance.’ Directed by Piers Haggard, the television film starred Linda Evans, Larry Poindexter, and DeLane Matthews among other prominent actors.

In 1992, Sandler appeared in ‘Adventures in Spying.’ He then took a break from acting which allowed him to focus on his education. He made a comeback in 1999 when he appeared in the Carrie Ansell-directed comedy film ‘Flushed.’

Starting from 2000, Sandler started appearing in minor roles. In the 2001 teen comedy film ‘The Princess Diaries,’ he was seen playing a bus driver. He became famous after appearing as Officer Jeffrey Brandau in the popular TV series ‘Crossing Jordan.’ He appeared in 15 episodes of ‘Crossing Jordan’ which made him a household name in the United States.

In 2003, he was seen playing Jerry in a television movie titled ‘A Carol Christmas.’ The film, which premiered on the ‘Hallmark Channel,’ is an adaptation of a story written by Charles Dickens. In 2004, Sandler shared screen space with the likes of Matt Damon, Brian Cox, and Joan Allen in the American-German action thriller film ‘The Bourne Supremacy.’

Sandler started working as a consulting producer with the romantic-comedy TV series ‘My Boys.’ From 2007 to 2008, he worked as a consulting producer for 10 episodes of ‘My Boys.’ In 2010, he returned to the sets of ‘My Boys’ to produce nine episodes of the Betsy Thomas-created series.

From 2011 to 2012, he worked as the consulting producer for 18 episodes of the comedy television series ‘Whitney.’ Meanwhile, he continued appearing in TV series and short films, such as ‘Dead Cat,’ ‘Psych,’ ‘Bakersfield, Earth,’ and ‘Effed.’ From 2014, he started playing a recurring role in the comedy-drama TV series ‘Transparent.’ In 2015, he played Bert in the comedy horror film ‘Gravy.’

From 2016 to 2017, he worked as a co-executive producer for 40 episodes of the comedy television series ‘New Girl.’ In 2016, he was also seen in the comedy-drama film ‘No Pay, Nudity.’ In the same year, he played Herv Jergens in a television movie titled ‘Quest for Truth.’ He was then seen playing Benjamin O’Sullivan in a short film titled ‘The Wake-Up Call.’ From 2017 to 2018, he worked as a co-executive producer for 21 episodes of Matt LeBlanc-starrer ‘Man with a Plan.’

Ethan Sandler Net Worth

Sandler is an American actor who has a net worth of $3 million.

Ethan Sandler Height

He stands tall at a height of 5 feet 8 (173 cm) inches tall.

Ethan Sandler Movies

  • New Girl (TV Show)
  • Psych (TV Show)
  • Crossing Jordan (TV Show)
  • The Bourne Supremacy (Movie) Kurt 2004
  • Will & Grace (TV Show)
  • Family Law (TV Show)
  • The Princess Diaries (Movie) 
  • Flushed (Movie)


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Remember Valentine’s Day back when you dated? Flowers, candies, fancy dinners, and making out for hours … oh, the romance. But then there’s married Valentine’s Day — as in married-for-15-years Valentine’s Day. And for many, that looks a teeny bit different.

Well, as it turns out, Hollywood marriages, despite being in the limelight, are a lot like yours and mine. Just ask Kathryn Hahn, one of the very funny stars of A Bad Moms Christmas.In a recent interview with Babble, Hahn opened up about what romance means to her these days, after being with the same man for so long.

Girl, I hear that. I’ve been with my husband for 18 years, including our dating years, and we, too, have changed what it means to be “romantic.” These days, babysitters are few and far between, but when we do sneak out, it might be just for a quick bite at the new Mexican place downtown. Or a glass of wine and an appetizer. And this Valentine’s Day, the plan is wine and take-out sushi at home — which sounds glorious because we can both wear sweats.

The other very relatable part of marriage that Hahn mentions is how much you both change. Hahn and her husband, actor Ethan Sandler, have been together “since they were kids.” And she realizes now, 15 years since saying her vows, how important it is to allow each other to grow.

That’s such an important piece of a successful marriage. I think back to our early dating days, at 19 years old. We were so naive, with no idea what the world had in store for us. Just drunk on love. And as much as I enjoy reminiscing about who we were, we aren’t those kids anymore. We are older, grayer, wrinklier, and more tired parents of three humans. We are often beaten down by career stresses and bills and medical problems that 19-year olds have no concept of. How can we expect each other to still be those kids? We can’t.

And maybe that’s the beauty of it all. Because it’s exciting to think of who we will be when we’re 55 and empty-nesters, drinking our morning coffee in a quiet house. We won’t be the same people we are now, in our 30s, shuffling kids to and from activities, practicing spelling words, and spending a small fortune on a babysitter so we can go to the movies. We will be on to the next chapter.

Even after 25 years, Hahn and Sandler still have that spark. When asked if her husband is romantic, she said emphatically, yes — and recalled one specific event that is particularly memorable.

That’s the good stuff, right there. The little things. The sweetness that sometimes costs next to nothing. The thoughtfulness that to others might seem silly, but to you means he went to the moon and back.that to sip that glass of wine and slowly digest your food in the most romantic way possible.