• Stephen Huszar was born on 24 January 1980 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
• He is an actor and producer, known for his work on television.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $2 million.
• He is active on social media, mainly Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
• Rumors spread about his sexuality due to his admiration of several high profile male actors.
Who is Stephen Huszar?
Stephen Huszar was born on 24 January 1980, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and is an actor as well as a producer, best known for his work on television. He’s appeared in numerous popular shows during his career, including “Smallville”, “Supernatural”, “Fringe”, and “The Flash”. He’s also done a lot of television movie work, mainly with Hallmark.
The Net Worth of Stephen Huszar
How rich is Stephen Huszar? As of early 2020, sources estimate a net worth that is over $2 million, earned through a successful career in acting.
While he’s done a lot of guest work, he’s also had recurring roles and independent projects during his career.
Early Life and Education
There are very few details revealed about Stephen’s life prior to beginning his career as an actor. There is no information about his family and his childhood. It is not known if he wanted to pursue acting at a young age, during his high school education at Aden Bowman Collegiate, Saskatoon. The high school has been in operation since 1958 and is known for their fine arts program. After matriculating from high school, he then enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan.
The Canadian university was established in 1907 and is the largest educational institution in the province. It is also one of the country’s top research universities. It was initially established offering agricultural courses due to its large land suitable for learning more about the craft. Since then, it has expanded its offerings, courses, and facilities, offering over 200 academic programs. The main university resides on 2,425 acres.
Huszar began his on-screen career with a role in the 2004 television movie entitled “The Cradle Will Fall”, which focuses on a prosecutor investigating the suicide of a pregnant woman, then realizing there are more mysteries involved with her death. Shortly afterwards, he started to gain more roles, mainly in television movies while also gaining recurring or guest work in shows. Also in 2004, he made a guest appearance in the weekly soap opera series entitled “Paradise Falls” which is known for its focus on sex as the main component of many storylines.
He also had a small role in the show “Smallville” which is based on the DC Comics character Superman. The show’s title is based on Superman’s fictional hometown of Smallville, Kansas, the place he grew up in before he became a superhero.
The show follows his life in high school before later venturing into more adult settings. Stephen also had a guest role in the Canadian sitcom entitled “Corner Gas” which aired from 2004 to 2009 – as the title denotes, it is set in a roadside gas station in a fictional town in Saskatchewan.
He continued to take more television roles over the next few years, with projects such as “Supernatural”, “Cashing In”, and “Fringe”.
In 2010, Stephen was cast in the direct to video sequel entitled “30 Days of Night: Dark Days”. The horror film is based on the comic book miniseries of the same name, following on from the story from the 2007 film “30 Days of Night”. In the next few years, he had a string of projects including “Time After Time”, “Faces in the Crowd”, and “InSayshable”.
He also had a guest role in “Continuum”, which is a show following the conflict of terrorists from the future who time travel to 2012 Vancouver, with a police officer secretly within their ranks.
In 2014, he portrayed the comic book villain Plunder in the show “The Flash”, created as a spin-off from “Arrow”, and based on the DC Comics character of the same name, a hero with the power to move at superhuman speed. He then joined the series “Letterkenny”, a sitcom that actually began on YouTube before finding its way onto television.
In recent years, he’s been more involved in work for the Hallmark Channel; some of these movies include “Magical Christmas Ornaments”, “Return to Christmas Creek” and “Ruby Herring: Silent Witness”.
Personal Life and Social Media
For his personal life, not much is known in terms of Huszar’s romantic relationships. Despite his numerous romantic connections in roles he’s had over the years, he hasn’t dated any of them. This has led to a lot of speculation about his sexuality, with rumors spreading that he is gay due to his admiration of several high profile male actors.
Similar to numerous actors, he is highly active online through accounts on social media. He has an account on Instagram on which he mainly posts photos from behind the scenes at work, while also using the platform to promote upcoming projects. He gives his fans a peek into his life away from the cameras too. He also has an account on Twitter, though he doesn’t post on it very often. Another account he has is on Facebook – it started off as a personal account, but he has since converted it for the public, not adding any friends, and doing promotions of his work.