Steve Cohen

Born in May 24, 199, Steve Cohen is the U.S representative for Tennessee’s 9th congressional District. He is a member of the Democratic Party. To know more about Steve and his career, read the article below for more information.

Steve Cohen

Before Fame: Before fame, he graduated from Vanderbilt University, University of Memphis.


Family/ Relationships

Steve Cohen Family/Religion/Ethnicity

Born in Memphis, Tennessee he is the son of Genevieve and pediatrician Morris David Cohen. He has two older brothers, Michael Corey and Martin D. Cohen. He is a fourth-generation Memphian, and is a grandson of Jewish immigrants from Lithuania and Poland.

Steve Cohen Affair/Wife/Gay

Not Available at the moment. Contact him on twitter for more information.

Profile / Wiki / Information

Personal Information

  • Full Name: Stephen Ira Cohen
  • Nicknames: Steve Cohen
  • Birthday: May 24, 1949
  • Age: 68 years old
  • Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee, US
  • Current Residence: United States
  • Education: Vanderbilt University, University of Memphis
  • Profession: Politician
  • Nationality: American
  • Political Party: Democratic
  • Ethnicity/Race: White
  • Religion: Jewish
  • Zodiac: Gemini
  • Spouse/Wife: Not Available
  • Children: Not Available
  • Net Worth: Not Available

Measurements

  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available
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  • Dress Size: Not Available
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Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • Congressman Steve Cohen is a fourth-generation Memphian who has dedicated his life to public service.
  • He is a fourth-generation Memphian, and is a grandson of Jewish immigrants from Lithuania and Poland.

Memorable Quotes:

It says Memphis has come a long, long way and that people who were counting on racial voting to prevail are thinking of a Memphis that doesn’t exist anymore.

While he’s in our churches clapping his hands and tapping his feet, he’s the only senator who thought our kids shouldn’t be allowed to pray in school. Congressman, sometimes apologies just aren’t enough.