Who is Scott Mackinlay Hahn?
Scott Mackinlay Hahn Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Scott Mackinlay Hahn was born in October 1980 in New York USA, the son of the Sailor Haven Marina owners, who spent his childhood in Long Island, New York.
He expressed interest in the fashion industry from an early age, and enrolled at the New York School of Design, which is focused on providing fashion industry-related knowledge, valuable for Scott’s later career. The main benefit was that Scott could customize an educational plan that suited him, then once he graduated, he moved to Hollywood, California.
Once in Hollywood, Scott started marketing himself among celebrities, hoping to attract high-profile clients. He launched a collaboration with fashion designer Rogan Gregory in the form of a men’s clothing brand, entitled Rogan, focused on colorful designs that encompass clothes from casual selections to formal clothing. Sweaters, cardigans, jackets, jeans and denim were all on offer.
Scott was the main man behind the designs, but after a while, the two realized that their creations weren’t sustainable in the long run, and started looking into more environmentally focused clothes.
This ultimately led to the creation of the brand Loomstate in 2004, which uses organic cotton as its base material, sourced from all over the world, such as Turkey, India and Africa.
To speak further of his accomplishments, Scott is the co-founder of the fashion brand Egan, together with pop-rock star Bono Vox and his wife Ali Hewson.
Moreover, Scott is the head of the Sustainability Steering Committee for the Council of Fashion Designer of America (CFDA), and a board member of the Council for Textile Recycling.
As of early 2022, Scott Mackinlay Hahn’s net worth has been estimated to be around $10 million, earned through his successful career as a fashion designer.
When it comes to his personal life, Scott doesn’t like sharing many details from his private life, but it’s known that since 2011, he’s been in a relationship with Academy Award-winning actress Winona Ryder. The two rarely speak in public about their plans, but so far there’s been no controversy between the couple.
Scott Mackinlay Hahn’s Girlfriend, Winona Ryder Biography
Born Winona Laura Horowitz on 29 October 1971, in Winona, Minnesota USA, she’s the daughter of Michael D. Horowitz and Cynthia Palmer, both authors. Of Russian-Jewish and Romanian-Jewish ancestry on her father’s side, the majority of her ancestors died in the Holocaust.
Her father’s family surname was originally Tomchin, but was changed to Horowitz following their immigration to the USA.
She lived on a 300-acre plot of land known as Rainbow, which is a commune near Elk, Mendocino County, California from the age of seven to 10, when the family moved to Petaluma, California.
In school, she was bullied by her peers, which continued throughout her education until she eventually matriculated from Petaluma High School. She turned to acting when the bullying started, as her solace, by joining the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
While at the theater, Winona went through a near-death experience when she nearly drowned, which later caused aquaphobia and more problems when shooting the underwater scenes in “Alien Resurrection” in 1997.
She made her film debut in the 1986 movie “Lucas”, directed by David Seltzer, co-starring Charlie Sheen and Kerri Green. The following year, Ryder appeared in the film “Square Dance”, and in 1988 she was Lydia in the film “Beetlejuice”.
Her first breakthrough role was as Myra Gale Brown in the film “Great Balls of Fire!” in 1989, the biopic about the controversial rock’n’roll star Jerry Lee Lewis, and in 1990 she starred alongside Johnny Depp in Tim Burton’s Academy Award-nominated fantasy romantic-drama film “Edward Scissorhands”.
Winona enjoyed success throughout the ‘90s, appearing in a number of prominent roles, such as May Welland in the Academy Award-winning romantic drama film “The Age of Innocence”, directed by Martin Scorsese, and based on the novel of the same name written by Edith Wharton, co-starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Daniel Day-Lewis. Winona was praised for her performance, and earned an Oscar nomination in the category for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Next, she featured in the romantic drama film “The House of Spirits” (1993), and in 1994 she starred as Jo March in the Academy Award-nominated family drama film “Little Women”, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott.
This performance earned her a second Academy Award nomination, this time for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
She worked again with Daniel Day-Lewis in the 1996 historical drama film “Crucible”, followed by a praised appearance in the film “Alien: Resurrection” in 1997, while two years later she co-starred with Angelina Jolie in the film “Girl, Interrupted”.
Winona took an hiatus from acting from 2001 to 2006, returning with roles in several independent films such as “The Darwin Awards” and “A Scanner Darkly”. She continued with lead roles in such films throughout the second half of the 2000s, appearing in “The Last Word” (2008), “The Informers” and “Stay Cool” (2009).
She slowed down in the next decade, though still having some memorable roles, such as the part of Beth Macintyre/ The Dying Swan in the psychological thriller drama film “Black Swan” (2010), and as Sheryl Marie Mott in the 2014 action crime-thriller film “Homefront”, co-starring Jason Statham and James Franco.
Since 2016, she’s been portraying Joyce Byers in the sci-fi horror-drama series “Stranger Things”, which has properly turned her into a star once again, winning her a number of prestigious awards, including the Fangoria Chainsaw Award in the category for Best TV Supporting Actress. In addition, Winona played Evelyn Finkel in the TV mini-series “The Plot Against America” (2020).
According to sources, Winona Ryder’s net worth has been estimated to be close to $20 million, as of early 2022.
Winona has lived a rather turbulent life; she was arrested for shoplifting and received three years probation, and it’s also known that she used prescription drugs but without valid prescriptions.
Her romantic life is also full of ups and downs. She dated Johnny Depp for three years in the early ‘90s, and from 1993 to 1996 she was in a relationship with musician Dave Pirner. Winona and Matt Damon were together from 1998 to 2000. She eventually linked-up with Scott in 2011, in what’s proven to be a stable relationship.