Chris Hardwick, the host of The Talking Dead and Talking Saul on AMC, will soon add another title to his resume — husband. On August 20, 2016, Hardwick, 44, will marry 31-year-old Lydia Hearst. She is the daughter of the infamous Patricia Hearst, and the great-granddaughter of publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst. Her net worth is estimated at $100 million. (Hardwick’s net worth is estimated at $10 million.)
Lydia caught the acting bug as a child, while going to work with her mother who starred in a number of John Waters movies (Pecker, Cry-Baby). Lydia is recognized for her roles on South of Hell (Charlotte Roberts), and in the films Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (Bridgett), The Barber (Melissa), Stealing Chanel (Chanel), and The Last International Playboy (Stella). Lydia’s father was the late Bernard Lee Shaw, a former San Francisco police officer who was hired as one of Patricia’s bodyguards in 1976, when she was released on bail pending an appeal of her conviction in the SLA-led bank robbery. P.S. Talking Saul will talk about the season finale of Better Call Saul on Monday, April 18 at 11pm on AMC.