Steven Greener and Tamron Hall surprised the world in March of 2019 when they revealed that Hall was pregnant and she had married Steven Greener in secret. The pair had been secretive about their marriage and time together and had avoided the media scrutiny altogether. And while fans were less happy about the whole thing, both Hall and Greener wanted their time and space to protect what they held dear. Hall is well known in Hollywood for her work as an Emmy-winning American broadcast journalist, executive producer, and television talk show host. On the other hand, Greener is shy about speaking out and prefers to go about his business. So, for this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Steven Greener.
Steven Greener is an American music talent manager, businessman, and film producer. Despite a notable career in the entertainment industry which has garnered him a net worth of $5 Million, Greener is best known as the husband of Tamron Hall.
Steven Greener was born on the 28th of June, 1967, in Los Angeles, California. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Greener grew up alongside his younger brother and spent most of his life in the city. As a young kid, Greener became interested in movies but ended up joining his father’s business. However, his passion for movies took hold and Greener ended up on the creative side of movie-making. As for his education, following his high school graduation in 1985, he enrolled at the State University of New York college and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1989.
Over the years, Greener has enjoyed a host of different careers in the entertainment industry before finally settling down in the role of producer. He also served as the manager for several popular musicians including, Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, and Smokey Robinson. Despite his few managerial works, Greener is best known as a producer and has produced a fair share of movies.
Greener made his debut as a producer in the movie, Above the Rim, in 1994. Over the years, Greener has worked on a number of different movies including, New Jack City and Soul Men. In 1997, Greener launched Union Entertainment, which was acquired by 3 Arts Entertainment in 2002. Greener also served as the VP of Lionsgate’s Codeblack Films, and The Bernie Mac Show with Union Entertainment. Greener has also worked on Roseanne Barr’s Lifetime series, Roseanne’s Nuts, and the T.D. Jakes’s film Women Thou Art Loosed: On The Seventh Day.
At present, Greener works with Primary Wave as a partner and oversees the management of music talent.
Steven Greener has been married to Tamron Hall and the pair have been together for 4 years now. The duo first started dating after Hall’s exit from NBC in 2017. But in spite of being together for only three years, Hall and Greener had been friends for decades. Talking about the pair’s early times as a couple, Greener put it,
“I’ve known him for many years. We would run into each other, and he’s shy, so I wasn’t clear that he was hitting on me exactly. I thought he was just being friendly. When we finally started dating, I could see him clearly. When I was working, given the competitive environment I was in, you don’t always see people for who they are. Once I left, I started to have better conversations. You’re more present, and you’re not looking at your phone, not checking your email. The fear factor of ‘What’s going on with my spot? Am I going to keep this job?’ fell away, and I could really see Steven.”
The pair hit things off and tied the knot within a year of dating. Despite the later revelation, not much is known about the pair’s marriage. In March 2019, Greener announced that the pair were expecting and they welcomed a baby boy, Moses, on the 24th of April, 2019. And given the multicultural house, both Hall and Greener have been adamant about raising their child in touch with both cultures.
A quick write on his wife- Tamron Hall:
Tamron Hall is an American television host and journalist. She was born on September 16, 1970, in Luling, Texas, and grew up in the town of Temple, Texas. Hall began her career in journalism in the early 1990s, working as a general assignment reporter for KBTX-TV in Bryan, Texas.
In 1997, Hall moved to Chicago, Illinois, where she worked as a reporter and anchor for WFLD-TV in Chicago. There she reported on issues related to Chicago politics, and she covered many “breaking news” stories, including one of the most devastating Amtrak accidents in Illinois.
From 2014 to 2017, Hall co-hosted the third hour of NBC’s Today Show, and also served as an anchor for MSNBC. In 2019, she launched her own daytime talk show, “Tamron Hall,” which airs on ABC. The show covers a range of topics including news, politics, entertainment, and lifestyle issues.
In addition to her work in television, Hall is also an advocate for victims of domestic violence and works closely with organizations such as Safe Horizon and Day One. She has received numerous awards for her work in journalism and her advocacy efforts.