Steven Hill (model)

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Steven Hill
Born Steven Alfred Hill
(1978-04-26) April 26, 1978 (age 36)
Austin, Texas, United States
Occupation Reality television personality, model, guest speaker, author, actor

Steven Alfred Hill is an American reality television personality, model, guest speaker, author, and occasional actor. Hill is best known as a cast member on the twelfth season of the MTV reality television show The Real World.

Early life[edit]

Steven Hill was born in San Marcos, Texas, but was raised predominantly in Austin. At the age of 16, Hill left home and has since lived on his own.[1][dead link] Before appearing on The Real World, Hill worked as a shirtless bartender at a gay bar, although he is straight. He was briefly married to a woman he once worked with at a Wal-Mart Distribution Center.[2][dead link]

Career[edit]

Hill's marriage failed by the time he was selected by MTV to appear in the 12th season of the Real World reality series, The Real World: Las Vegas. In the first episode, he met fellow castmates Brynn and Trishelle Cannatella for a three way makeout session in a hot tub. The relationship would end after a dramatic pregnancy scare.[episode needed]

After The Real World ended, Hill appeared in several subsequent MTV shows, including various Real World/Road Rules Challenges and was the host of Say What? Karaoke for a season. He also took part in a reunion special with his Real World: Las Vegas castmates.

Personal life[edit]

In 2007, Hill was married to designer Donna Katz. They have one son Riley James David, born in April 2008.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 Passions Assistant Cop
2005 Drake & Josh
2005 The Scorned Oliver
2006 Drake and Josh Go Hollywood MTV Host
2006 Half & Half Michael
2010 Chico's Angels Colton

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chiariello, Jennifer (September 4, 2003). "'The Real World' not as it seems". dennews.com. p. 1. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 
  2. ^ Chiariello, Jennifer (September 4, 2003). "'The Real World' not as it seems". dennews.com. p. 2. Retrieved February 19, 2009. 
  3. ^ Magazine, US (July 25, 2008). "'Celebrity Babies'". US Magazine. 

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