Canadian Author Mark Steyn is happily married to his wife Karol Sheinin for the past twenty years and the couple shares three children together, living happily without any divorce and affair rumors.
Mark Steyn is the New York Times bestselling Canadian author, comedian, and political commentator who appears as a regular guest in shows of Rush Limbaugh, Tucker Carlson, Hugh Hewitt and Sean Hannity.
The America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It author has established himself as one of the professional writers and his works are commendable. He has always considered the support and love from his family are the sole reasons for his prosperity.
The author is happily married and shares three adorable children. Let's peek into his incredible life in today's section.
Canadian Author Mark Steyn is Happily Married and Shares three Children
Mark who's been criticised several times for his style and exaggerating the rise of fascist political parties, is, in fact, a family man. He's happily married to Karol Sheinin for the past twenty years.
Author Mark Steyn with his wife Karol Sheinin | Source: Flickr
He first met his wife while attending a press conference. Karol worked as an editor at the famous news portal Independent. The duo married in a secret wedding inviting only close friends and families.
Mark Steyn on fellow free-speech advocate Art Spiegelman event | Source: National Post
They welcomed three adorable children, whose name is yet to be revealed. Mark is discreetly private about his family life and affairs. The happy family now lives in their grand mansion in Woodsville, New Hampshire.
Mark Steyn; Quick Facts
- Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Mark Steyn is a renowned Canadian author and political pundit.
- He belongs to a Jewish family as he was baptized when he was little.
- He is of mixed descent as his mother is Belgian and father is Canadian.
- Attended King Edward's School in Birmingham, UK but dropped out at the age of 16.
- Worked as a disc jockey before starting his career as a film critic for The Spectator in 1992.
- Gradually grew passionate for political commentary and writing.
- His famous books include Broadway Babies Say Goodnight: Musicals Then And Now and America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It, both are a New York Times Bestseller.
- He's a huge critic of multiculturalism and supporter of Iraq invasion.
- Has been awarded Henry Salvatori Prize along with 2006 Eric Breindel Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism.
- His article The Future Belongs to Islam raised a huge controversy when a complaint was filed with the Ontario Human Rights Commission alleging that the article violated their human rights.
- Has an estimated net worth of around $12 million.