Steve Spitz from the Love On The Spectrum US has become a hit on the show. So, fans are naturally eager to connect and learn more about him after the show. Is he still dating Connie? Some might wonder. We attempt to cover it all below.
Learn about Steve Spitz’s life outside and after the show below as this article proceeds.
Who Is Steve Spitz From Love On The Spectrum?
Steve Spitz won the heart of hundreds of thousands of viewers of Love On The Spectrum viewers with his belief to “never give up on love” and his adorable personality.
Love On The Spectrum arrived in the US after its success in Australia. Viewers saw six hopeful singles find love on the show and tackle moments such as first date jitters and sweet encounters. While the viewers loved all the casts on the show and the sweet moments, Steve established his own fandom after the show.
One of the reasons why Steve gained sizable followers is because of his voice. Some even commented that he should look into pursuing voice-over acting as a new career path. But one family member of Steve is currently pursuing a career in voice-acting. Keep reading to learn more about his family members.
Steve was born in San Francisco to his parents Marlene and Harold Spitz. His parents shared their wedding vows in 1955. While his father’s side of the family is San Francian for more than three generations, his mother hailed from England. Marlene arrived in the United States with her brother Herman Martyn at a very young age.
Steve’s grandfather Edward Spitz was the founder of Guest Informant, a directory of tourist information distributed in 1,400 hotels across the country. Edward and his wife Francis also had a daughter named Elaine Oliver (Steve’s aunt) based in Los Angeles.
Harold served as a U.S. Navy radioman in the South Pacific during World War II. After the war, Mr. Spitz joined Guest Informant. He became a publisher in 1962 and expanded the magazine to cities around the world. At the time of his retirement, he had been with the magazine for 58 years.
Harold was responsible for conceptualizing and expanding the publication into 17 other U.S. cities. He and his father sold the company in 1981. Harold continued on as publisher and CEO while expanding into cities worldwide. He was active in the UCSF Program in Thoracic Oncology, the Mount Zion Health Fund, and the Jewish Community Endowment Fund.
Meanwhile, Steve’s mother Marlene was born to her parents Sam and Rose Martyn. The family history is rooted in stage theatre and cinema. Herman, Marlene’s brother, was also an actor who switched his career to finance later on. He had two sons Richard and Mark and a daughter, Lee.
Sadly, Steve lost his mother Marlene in 1997 whereas his father Harold died on 15 June 2005 at the age of 80.
Steve was one of the three children born to his parents. He has two sisters Suzanne and Michele Spitz. Suzanne, who is currently 65 years old, maintains life away from the limelight. Whereas, his sister Michele has been working as a voice-over artist/film/audio description/philanthropy at “Woman of Her Word”. She also has an IMDB page.
Michele attended the Convent of the Sacred Heart High School and became a singer in the school’s choir. She spent a year at USC before transferring up to SF State where she graduated with a degree in Broadcasting.
Before voice-acting, she spent 25 years in marketing in the Real Estate industry. Learn more about her here.
Where Is Steve Spitz Today?
While Steve Spitz is completely off-grid one thing that is undeniable is that he now has a fanbase. Viewers are looking for ways to connect to him although he doesn’t have social media account. His Instagram fan account Coffee.With.Steve (@coffee.with.steve) has 61 followers.
Is Steve Spitz Dating Connie?
Steve Spitz is currently single while taking into consideration that things didn’t work out between him and Connie. So, no, Love On The Spectrum’s Steve isn’t dating Connie. Steve came into the show with high hopes to meet a lady to have someone to spend his life with. He had previously tried online dating and met a few ladies.
“To have a lovely lady, oh my goodness; that would be an absolute dream come true,” he had shared during confessional.
Even after being single for more than 60 years, one thing that Steve knew for sure was there was no “forcing it” into love. Though Connie’d hoped for more dates out of him, Steve didn’t feel that there was a chemistry between the two so he thought it better not to proceed any further.