Canadian Ice Hockey, Murray Hone just grabbed the media limelight after marrying the famous Canadian actress, Evangeline Lilly. His ex-wife Evangeline popular acclaim for her first leading role as Kate Austen in the ABC series Lost.

Evangeline Lilly's ex-husband Murray Hone
Caption: Evangeline Lilly's ex-husband Murray Hone (Photo: Pinterest)

Murray Hone Biography

The former player, Murray Hone born somewhere in Canada to Canadian parents. But he has kept details of his parents, early life, and educational background under the wraps. So having Canadian nationality, Murray is of mixed ethnicity.

Murray Hone's Married Life

Well, the former duo still kept how and when their relationship started. But they surely dated for a long period of time before their marriage. In the year 2003, Murray tied the wedding vows with his wife Evangeline Lilly. Evangeline is a Canadian actress and author as well.

Unfortunately,  they couldn't deal with their relationship and ended their married life with divorce in the year 2004. The genuine explanation behind their separation isn't accessible right now. Also, the former couple didn't bless any kids from their relationship.

Life After Divorce; Is Murray Hone Married Again? 

Since his divorce, Murray is making the most of his singlehood. Also, he started living a low-profile life, so it is hard to determine his current life situation. But his ex-wife Evangeline dated beau Dominic Monaghan after separation. The duo was involved in a romantic relationship until 2009. The reason for their breakup was cheating claims.

She has been in a drawn-out relationship with Norman Kali since 2010. Also, she became the mother of two kids from her relationship with Kali. The couple only revealed the name of their son Kahekili Kali while the other's name isn't accessible right now. Evangeline with her partner is living a blissful relationship. They are yet to be married despite being in a romantic relationship for a long period of time. 

Net Worth of Murray Hone's Ex-Wife Evangeline Lilly

Murray Hone may have collected a respectable measure of cash from his profession as an ice hockey player. Also, he might be paid well while active in his playing career. So it is hard to determine, Muarry Hone's actual net worth. 

Murray Hone's ex-wife Evangeline Lilly has an expected net worth of $15 million through her multiple careers. She earned $80 thousand from her appearance in the TV series Lost. The film 'Real Steel' in which she featured earned more than $299.3 million at the box office. 

She rides a Ford Escape which worth is around $24 thousand. Murray is carrying on with a pampering way of life with his relatives dwelling in the sumptuous house.

Murray Hone's Carrer

By profession, Murry Hone is an Ice Hockey player. Due to his secretive nature, he hasn't mentioned any details regarding his professional career at the moment. 

Without any doubt, he may have earned great achievements from his career as an ice hockey player. As we already mentioned, Hone just grabbed the media attention after marrying a Canadian actress, Evangeline Lilly.

Short Info of Murray Hone Ex-Wife

His ex-wife Evangeline Lilly is a Canadian actress and author famous for playing the role of Kate Austen in the ABC series Lost from the year 2004 to 2010. Also, she got a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series and won a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Then she played the role of  Connie James in the Academy Award-winning war film The Hurt Locker in the year 2008. In the year, she featured in the science fiction film Real Steel. Evangeline starred as Tauriel in The Hobbit film series, then she featured in The Desolation of Smaug in 2013 and The Battle of the Five Armies in 2014.

She has portrayed the role of Hope van Dyne / Wasp in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring in Ant-Man in 2015, Ant-Man and the Wasp in 2018, and Avengers: Endgame in 2019. Also, she is the author of the ongoing children's book series The Squickerwonkers (2013–present), which is planned to include two different series of nine books each.