Hildegardt Mirabal is a celebrated mother of the famous actor Fred Armisen.
Hildegardt Mirabal’s Family
Hildegardt Mirabal is known around the world as the mother of the popular actor, Fred Armisen. Hildegardt lived a very simple life and there isn’t much of her personal information available on the web about her personal information. It is known that she is a schoolteacher and was born in San Fernando de Apure, Venezuela. She was married to Fereydun Herbert “Fred” Armisen, who worked for IBM, and was born in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany, to a German mother and a Korean-born father.
Fereydun Herbert’s father, Ehara Masami, better known by his professional pseudonym Masami Kuni or birth name Park Yeong-in– was born in Ulsan, Korea, and had adopted a Japanese name and persona after the massacre of Koreans in 1923 when he was a high school student. Park studied aesthetics at Tokyo Imperial University and became a professional dancer before moving to Germany. After the war, he returned to Japan and formed a premier modern dance company.
Hildegardt & Fereydun Herbert was blessed with a son named Fereydun Robert Armisen on 4 December 1966 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He rose to stardom and became a famous actor, producer, and musician. Fred was married to English singer and songwriter Sally Timms from 1998 to 2004 and actress Elisabeth Moss from 2009 to 2011. He started dating actress Natasha Lyonne in 2014. Lyonne confirmed that they had ended their relationship in April 2022.
Hildegardt Mirabal’s Net Worth
Hildegardt Mirabal rose to prominence because of her famous son. She was a schoolteacher and has kept her private life hidden under wraps and has not revealed her net worth. But it can be said that she lived a healthy lifestyle. Her son, Fred Armisen, is a well-established actor and has accumulated a net worth of $10 million.
Apart from a great acting career, Fred is also a writer, comedian, producer, and musician. He is best known for his part as a prime-time player on the NBC late-night production Saturday Night Live (SNL) between 2002 and 2013, where his character was called “Fericito” and was a Venezuelan “timbalero” (timbale player). The name was inspired by what his mom and Grandma called him as a child – Fredicito (little Fred). He was the co-creator and co-star of the IFC sketch comedy series Portlandia. He also co-created and stars in the mockumentary IFC series Documentary Now! as well as the Showtime comedy series Moonbase 8.
Fred voiced Speedy Gonzales on The Looney Tunes Show. He is the bandleader and frequent drummer] of the 8G Band, the house band for Late Night with Seth Meyers. He received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Comedy Album for Standup for Drummers in 2019. He has also won two Peabody Awards, one in 2008 as part of the Saturday Night Live political satire cast and one in 2011 for Portlandia.