In addition to her performance gig, another way Alyson makes cash is by flipping real estates. She definitely learned a tip or two from her real estate broker mom. All of these efforts and more have added in giving Alyson Hannigan a total net worth of $30 million.
Who is Alyson Hannigan’s Husband?
Alyson Hannigan’s Husband is Alexis Denisof. They first met on the set of Buffy, which Alexis participated in season 3 to characterize the role of Wesley Wyndam-Pryce. He would then go on to become a star of the spin-off show Angel (between 1999 – 2004).
Following a brief period of happy dating, the couple got married on October 11, 2003, during a three-day ceremony at Two Bunch Palms Resort.
Alexis Denisof was born on February 25, in 1966, in Salisbury, Maryland, to Dr. Christiana Taylor and father, Gerald Denisof. He is of Russian, French, and Irish lineage. At the age of 17, he moved to London, England, where he went to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art while working.
Denisof started his carer as a fight director in theater before moving to TV and film. One of his earliest major feature films was the 1989’s Murder Story. After his breakout character in Angel ended, he joined his lovely wife in How I Met Your Mother performing the guest role of Sandy Rivers. He had a minor character in The Avengers (2012) and Guardians of the Galaxy (in 2014).
Alyson and her husband Alexis both share two children together, daughters; Satyana Marie Denisof, born on March 24, 2009 (also Alyson’s birthday) and Keeva Jane Denisof, who was born May 23, 2012.
The family together lives in an $8 million mansion in Encino, California, which they acquired in 2016. That purchase came after they flipped their Brentwood Hills home for a $260,000 profit.
The first house they ever purchased was a 4,200-square-foot, Spanish-style home in Santa Monica. They paid about $2 million for it, and in February of 2018, they put it up for sale at $5.1 million. In March of 2018, they listed their three-bedroom Atlanta condo for rent at $6,500 every month.