Emmy award-winning journalist Mark Steines hosts Hallmark Channel's Emmy-nominated "Home & Family." Along with his co-host Debbie Matenopoulos, Steines entertains and informs their audience daily with an array entertaining and relevant lifestyle topics, such as do-it-yourself projects, cooking, celebrities and experts. In 2017, Steines and Leeza Gibbons were named the annual hosts of KTLA's Rose Parade broadcast.
From small town Iowa to the red carpets of Hollywood, Steines a three-time
Emmy winner, has established himself as one of the most trusted and charismatic figures in entertainment news. Since landing in Hollywood, he has interviewed 1000s of A-list actors, producers, musicians and athletes.
Prior to joining "Home & Family," Steines helped set the gold standard in entertainment news while working at "Entertainment Tonight" for more than 17 years. He co-hosted with Mary Hart for 8 of those years and before that was the weekend anchor and was a leading entertainment reporter for
Other hosting credits include the "2008 Miss America Live!," VH-1's "Greatest TV Rock 'n' Roll Moments," VH-1's "The 25 Sexiest," the "Golden Karma Awards" recognizing international philanthropic efforts, Mark Burnett's AOL interactive online game "Gold Rush" and the "Hollywood Christmas Parade." He was a celebrity guest judge on "HGTV Design Star."
He received an Emmy award for the KCAL-TV special "Beyond Endurance: Madagascar," an Emmy and Golden Mic award for "Beyond Endurance: Borneo," an Emmy as host of the 2005 Hollywood Christmas Parade, and a National Iris Awardfor the special "The Big Business of Sports Endorsements"and national recognition by the Women's Sports Foundation for his fair and impartial reporting on the Women's National Football League.
Steines receives rave reviews as a photographer. His appreciation for all things beautiful is captured in his portraits and majestic landscapes. His photo book "See The Light: A Passage To Sierra Leone," documents the Light House Medical Mission's trip to raise awareness for fresh water in impoverished countries. Other professional photography assignments have included shooting more than 30 celebrities for Bootcampaign.org's patriotic image campaign, and editorial work for Focus Magazine, Groomer to Groomer Magazine, Paper Magazine, Life After 50, among others.
As an actor, Steines has guest starred on television shows including "CSI: NY," "The Practice," "Medium," "Half & Half," "America's Next Top Model," "Handy Manny" and Sony Pictures' feature film "Nixon."
Steines studied comedy at The Groundlings, the renowned school of improv, and earned a degree from JoAnne Baron/DW Brown Acting Studio's Meisner Technique training.
A born fitness enthusiast, Steines was featured in People Magazine's coveted "Sexiest Man Alive" issue and Men's Fitness Magazine's "25 Fittest Men in America." He was a spokesperson for Beachbody's "10-Minute Trainer" program.
Born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa, he attended the University of Northern Iowa on a full football scholarship and graduated with a degree in Radio and Television. Steines began his broadcast career as a regional television sports reporter, which later brought him to Los Angeles and national television.
An avid hands-on do-it-yourself guy, Steines enjoys spending his free time fixing, remodeling and restoring all things in disrepair. He resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife acclaimed children's book author Julie Steines, his two sons, their golden retriever Fred and Norbert, their 3lb. therapy dog, philanthropist and social media influencer.
Online he can be found on Facebook and on Instagram, Twitter @Marksteines or at www.Marksteines.com