Hill Harper is an accomplished Hollywood actor, has been named the sexiest man alive by The People magazine twice, and has dated beautiful and talented women in the American entertainment industry, so it’s common for concerns regarding his marital status to arise.
Hill joins a list of celebrities who don’t parade their relationships on social media or hardly address them in interviews, which fuels speculations around his marital status.
So, is Harper married?
At the age of 57, one would expect Hill to be a married man to an adorable wife and beautiful kids, but that is not the case.
Harper has never married, implying he has been a bachelor.
His marital status has raised eyebrows among individuals who believe one must be gay if one remains unmarried for a long time.
Harper’s single status over the years has raised concerns about his sexuality, with some quarters convinced that he must be gay.
However, Hill’s involvement with different women over the years says otherwise.
While he has never addressed the gay claims, Hill has openly been linked with women like Taraji P. Henson, Dollicia Bryan, Regina Hall, and Chloe Flower.
No reputable sources associate him with the LGBTQ community, so the gay claims remain unconfirmed and just baseless rumors.
As mentioned earlier, Harper has been in relationships with several women over the years he has been acting.
Those known to the public include Taraji, whom he dated between 2002 and 2006.
He was later linked to Rozanda Thomas, and in 2011, Hill was spotted hanging out with model and video vixen Dollicia Bryan.
In 2012, Hill Harper started dating Chloe Flower, a pianist and activist in her own right.
Chloe and Harper dated for over 8 years, making her the woman he has been linked to the longest.
There were reports that he would finally settle down with Chloe because of how public he was with her, tagging her along in diners and red-carpet events.
Despite being spotted together publicly on several occasions, none addressed their relationship status, nor did they post each other on their social media pages.
A decade after the lovebirds were first photographed vacationing at St. Bart’s, current reports indicate that Hill and Chloe are no longer dating.
Hill is yet to be spotted with another woman after Chloe, making it look like he has made peace with remaining a bachelor all his life.
In a past interview on Hollywood Unsung, Hill attributed his decision to stay unmarried to the fear of committing.
He also blamed his parent’s divorce for his bachelorhood.
Hill Harper may be unmarried, but he has a son he adopted as a newborn.
Hill adapted Pierce Hill Harper from a homeless single mother in 2017.
He disclosed that he had hoped to have children after getting married but opted to give fatherhood a try in his late 40s.
Hill also admitted that it wasn’t easy becoming a single father, and parenting a newborn petrified him, although he later got the hang of it.
Hill is proud of his son, as evidenced by his numerous Instagram posts.
Hill Harper is a multifaceted brand, starting with his acting career that catapulted him to fame.
Hill began acting at 7 but started getting TV roles in his late 20s and early 30s.
Among his earliest acting appearances include Married…With Children, a Fox TV series, and films 1982, Concussion, He Got Game, The Visit, and The Skull.
He participated in 9 episodes of CSI: New York, a CBS Crime Series.
Other series he acted in include Soul Food, The Good Doctor, Homeland, Limitless, and more.
Besides gracing films and TV shows, Hill has authored several books, including The Wealth Cure, The Conversation, Letters to a Young Brother, Letters to a Young Sister, and more.
Hill Harper may have made his name through acting, but he has since found a new passion in politics.
Hill is gearing up to contest Michigan’s Senate run in 2023 under the Democratic Party.
Away from politics, Hill is an entrepreneur and owns a coffee shop in Michigan.
Additionally, Hill runs a nonprofit organization for empowering youths.
He is also a Cancer advocate, an initiative he undertook after a close call with thyroid cancer.
In 2011, Hill woke up one day with a sore throat and experiencing difficulties with swallowing.
A biopsy showed he had thyroid cancer, but lucky for him, it was in its early stages and hadn’t spread.
A successful surgery and medication cleared the tumor.
The surgery was risky and could render him voiceless if a tiny mistake occurred.
He regained his voice after a while.
His father and grandfather died from cancer, making Hill’s cancer genetic.
He has adopted a healthy diet and routine medication to prevent its reoccurrence.