• Steven Greener is a film producer, businessman, and music executive, best known for his marriage to renowned journalist and TV talk show hostess Tamron Hall.
• Steven grew up in Los Angeles, California and attended the State University of New York college before beginning his career in film production.
• Steven and Tamron met in 2013 and married in a small ceremony in 2017, and welcomed their son Moses in April 2019.
• Steven is a fitness enthusiast, enjoys listening to jazz and pop music, reading books, and travelling.
• Steven has an estimated net worth of over $2 million while Tamron's is over $5 million.
Who is Tamron Hall’s husband Steven Greener? Wiki Bio
Steven Greener was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 28 June 1967 – his zodiac sign is Cancer and he holds American nationality. He is a film producer, businessman, and a music executive, but who only came under the spotlight after he married Tamron Hall, a famous American journalist and TV talk show hostess.
Early life and education
Steven was raised in Los Angeles alongside his younger brother, by their father who was a businessman and their mother who worked as a nurse at a local hospital.
Steven became interested in movies while attending elementary school, and wanted to become a famous actor, just as most of his peers, however, this changed after he enrolled at a local high school and became interested in his father’s business. His passion for movies would later rekindle, but he chose to become a film producer rather than an actor. Upon matriculation in 1985, he enrolled at the State University of New York college, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1989.
Steven has served as the manager with many famous musicians, some of whom are Kurt Cobain, John Lennon and Smokey Robinson among others, but he is better known as a film producer.
He produced his first movie – “Above the Rim” – in 1994, which was directed and written by Jeff Pollack, and starred Duane Martin and Tupac Shakur. The movie follows a basketball star attending high school, whose brother is a drug dealer – it won Warren G a nomination for an MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Song. The following year saw Steven work on the documentary comedy film “Sommore: Bitch House”, directed by Rusty Cundieff, and in 1999 he was the producer of the drama film “That Championship Season” which was nominated for a Prism Commendation for TV Movies and Miniseries.
Steven then took a five-year break from work until he produced the romantic comedy movie “Mr 3000”, which is about an aging baseball star, and won one award and was nominated for five others.
In the same year, Steven served as the executive producer of the critically acclaimed drama movie “Goodnight, Joseph Parker”, which was both directed and written by Dennis Brooks.
In 2006, he worked on the romantic comedy film “Guess Who”, which starred Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac, and was nominated for 16 awards, then went on to produce 104 episodes of the family comedy drama series “The Bernie Mac Show”. Some of his following works were on the comedy musical film “Soul Men”, the comedy film “Starting Under”, and the TV special “Welcome to the Family” in 2010. In 2011, Steven was the executive producer for the reality comedy series “Roseanne’s Nuts”, while he also worked on the drama movie “Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day” which was nominated for an Image Award for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture.
Some of Steven’s later works have been on the TV comedy special “Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne” in 2012, the comedy film “Downwardly Mobile” in 2012 as well, and the reality series “Love Thy Sister” in 2015.
Love life and marriage with Tamron Hall
Steven and Tamron met in 2013 when they were introduced by a mutual friend, but didn’t start dating until crossing paths again in early 2017. They were together for around two years before marrying in a small ceremony, attended by their closest friends and family and wasn’t covered by the media as Steven and Tamron kept it a secret. In March 2019, Tamron used her social media network accounts to announce that she was pregnant, and on 25 April, she gave birth to their son Moses, choosing the name because Steven and Tamron are very religious.
Both Steven and Tamron were in long-term relationships before meeting one another. Tamron was dating another actor for four years, and they became engaged but two months later decided to split, for unknown reasons. Rumor has it that Steven was previously married and that he and his wife divorced after being together for three years, but there are no other confirmed details.
Hobbies and other interests
Steven is keen on working out, and has stated that it’s his favorite form of relaxation – he has several training sessions at the gym each week, and is trying to follow a somewhat strict diet as it is important for his health. His favorite color is blue. Some of his main hobbies include listening to jazz and pop music, reading romantic and historical books, and travelling.
Steven has been to many US states for both work and pleasure, and has visited several European countries such as England and Germany, while he has been to Asia on several occasions. He is a lover of animals, and has a pet dog.
Some of Steven’s favorite actors and actresses are Vin Diesel, Tom Hanks and Emma Stone, while some of his favorite movies are the franchise “The Fast and the Furious”, “The Terminal”, and “The Amazing Spider-Man”.
Appearance and net worth
Steven is 52 years old.
He has short brown hair and brown eyes, is 6ft 1in (1.85m) tall, and weighs around 190lbs (86kgs) – his vital statistics are 42-32-37, his biceps size is 16ins.
As of June 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $2 million. while Tamron’s net worth is reputedly over $5 million.
Who is Tamron Hall? Wiki Bio
Tamron Hall was born in Luling, Texas USA, on 16 September 1970 – her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality. Tamron gained recognition when she began working at NBC News as their national news correspondent.
Tamron became interested in journalism while she was attending elementary school, working for the school’s newspaper as well as volunteering at a local radio station.
Upon matriculation in 1988, Tamron enrolled at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism in 1992. She launched her career in the same year, as she joined the KBTX station in Bryan, Texas where she served as their general assignment reporter before moving to KTVT in Fort Worth, Texas. After four years there, she moved to Chicago, Illinois and joined the station WLFD-TV, working as their reporter and show host. In the summer of 2007, Tamron started working at MSNBC and for NBC News, and had an opportunity to interview Barack Obama in 2008. She stayed with MNSBC and NBC News for ten years before departing on 1 February 2017.
Tamron became popular in 2010 when she was invited to host the weekday talk program “News Nation with Tamron Hall”, while she is also known for hosting the show “Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall” which began airing in July 2013 on the Investigation Discovery Channel. Tamron started hosting the “Today’s Take” show on 24 February 2014, and left after three years when she started hosting the talk show “Tamron Hall” in July 2017, worked with Harvey Weinstein, but their partnership ended after Harvey was accused of sexual misconduct. Although not an actress, Tamron appeared in a single episode of the daytime medical drama series “General Hospital” on 13 September 2019.
We are back live Jan 6!! Let’s get back to it… let’s talk about it!! Everyday 5 days a week. pic.twitter.com/KF9xw3l3Sh
— Tamron Hall (@tamronhall) January 2, 2020
Tamron was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1999 for “The Bottom Line”, and in 2010 she won a Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Award given by Temple University, while she was nominated for another Emmy Award. In 2011, she was nominated for her third Emmy for “Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall”, while she won an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2016 for her show about domestic abuse. She could have been seen featured in a variety of magazines, such as “Ebony”, People”, and “The Huffington Post” among others.
Since her sister Renate was murdered in 2004, Tamron has been fighting against domestic violence. Her sister’s murderer hasn’t been brought to justice, but it is known that Renate was suffering from domestic abuse. Tamron has helped raise around $40,000 for the fight against abuse.