Steve Greener Biography
Steve Greener is an American Music Executive, Businessman, and Film Producer who is best known as the hubby of Tamron Hall “the prominent American journalist and television host). He has served in the entertainment industry for over 30 years.
Greener serves as a partner at Primary Wave, where he oversees the music talent management of artists such as Melissa Etheridge, Fantasia, Cee Lo Green, Brandy, Eric Benét, Cypress Hill, Toots & The Maytals, and others. He began his career at Medina/Pollack Entertainment in showbiz. He served at Benny Medina where he was responsible for managing Will Smith (actor) and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air production.
At Medina/Pollack, Greener served as the producer of “Above the Rim for New Line Cinema,” a feature film. Before the role of executive producer, he served in the 1996 films “Sketch Artist” and “Miracle Beac” as a production assistant. He also served in the 1996 film Above the Rim as an associate producer. Greener’s 1st project as an executive producer was in the year 1995 when he served in the TV special documentary “Sommore B*tch House.”
He joined “Elephant Walk Entertainment” in the year 1993 where he produced films like “House Party I and II.” In the year 2006, Greener joined Handprint Entertainment. The company was managing talents like Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey, Chris Rock, Bernie Mac, and Usher. When coming to his education, Greener is a proud graduate of the State University of New York College at Oneonta. He graduated from there in the year 1989.
Steve Greener Age
Greener is 55 years old as of 2022. He was born on June 28, 1967, in the United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 28th of June every year.
Steve Greener Height
Greener stands at an approximate height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m).
Steve Greener Family
Greener is of Irish-American ethnicity. He was born to his loving parents whose names are unknown at the moment. There is no information regarding whether Greener has any siblings.
Steve Greener Wife
Greener is married to Tamron Hall. They tied the knot in early 2019. Information about their wedding is unknown. The couple started dating in the year 2017. They were friends for many years before dating.
Tamron Hall is a prominent American Emmy Award-winning TV talk show host and broadcast journalist. She is known for hosting “Deadline: Crime on Investigation Discovery channel,” “Today’s Take,” and “MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall.” Tamron is 52 years old as of 2022 having been born on September 16, 1970, in Luling, Texas. She is a proud grad of Temple University where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.
Steve Greener First Wife
There is no information regarding whether Greener was married to anyone else in the past years, or been in any previous relationship.
Steve Greener Son
Greener and his wife Tamron Hall take great pride in being dad and mom to their one son, Moses Greener. He is 3 years old as of 2022 having been born on April 25, 2019. during his birth, he weighed 6 pounds (lbs) and 4 ounces (oz). Greener likes spending his spare time with his son and wife. The family happily resides in Harlem, New York City.
Steve Greener Net Worth
Greener has an annual estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Is Steve Greener White?
Yes, Greener is white. He is of Irish-American ethnicity and has an American nationality.
Steve Greener 5 Boroughs Entertainment
Greener began “5 Boroughs Entertainment,” a production company, where he produced movies for the urban marketplace. Among the movies produced by the company is “Samuel L. Jackson-led Soul Men.” “T.D. Jakes’s Women Thou Art Loosed: On The Seventh Day” was produced in the year 2012. In the year 2013, Greener worked in collaboration with Bunim/Murray Productions to produce some movies.
Steve Greener Union Entertainment
In the year 1997 on the launch of the label Union Entertainment Group, Inc., Greener was instrumental in developing and producing “The Bernie Mac Show,” the multi-award-winning show. The show was the label’s 1st major success. There, Greener was responsible for producing the 104 episodes of the show for the 6 years it ran.
The show earned awards such as a Peabody Award, NAACP Image Award, and Primetime Emmy Award. The show was ultimately sold in syndication for $2.5 million per episode. Union Entertainment label was bought by 3 Arts Entertainment and Greener resumed serving in the company as a producer.