Modern Hollywood success story Laura Clery has been using her social media videos to bring attention to the problems associated with addiction and neurological diseases. Who, though, is this “unconventional” celebrity?
The comedian has gained 2.7 million Instagram followers and 597,000 YouTube subscribers because to her creation of the characters Ivy, Pamela Pupkin, and Helen Horbath, the protagonist of “Help Helen Smash.” Helen Horbath, portrayed by Clery’s husband Stephen Hilton, is renowned for coming up with clever pick-up lines in an effort to woo her admirer, Stephen (played by Clery’s son). Clery plays the part of the love-struck but doomed young woman by means of a social media filter.
According to her website, the comedian was born in the Chicago suburbs and moved to Los Angeles after finishing high school. Clery had her big break appearing opposite Brad Garrett in the TV series “‘Til Death,” and then went on to develop her own cast of characters for MTV’s “Disaster Date.”
She co-wrote, co-produced, and co-starred in the online series “Hungry” with Porshe Thomas in 2013. The show followed two former fashion models as they tried to find their footing in the real world. She shifted her attention to developing her own characters, eventually sharing their exploits on social media platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and, most recently, TikTok.
Who Is Laura’s Husband, Stephen Hilton?
Stephen Hilton is an English musician, record producer, composer, and digital influencer. He is probably best known around the world for writing the original scores for movies like “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Quantum of Solace,” “World Is Not Enough,” and “Moulin Rouge!” He has also worked with other musicians, such as Gwen Stefani, Depeche Mode, and others.
Stephen Hilton was born in England on February 7, 1974.
Since 2012, he has been married to internet star Laura Clery, and they have two kids, Alfred Sound and Penelope. The family lives in Los Angeles, California, which is in the U.S.
Is Laura Separating From Her Husband?
No, Laura Clery hasn’t been split up from her life partner, Stephen Hilton, yet. Anyway, it seems that the relationship is falling apart because of issues with dependency and emotional health.
Laura recently talked about the problem with her marriage in an episode of her digital recording, Idiot. In the episode titled “Every Day in a Row,” she and her husband talk about drug use and how the bad idea of their relationship hurt their mental health and how it affected their children. She learned that she is in a recovery programme called the “12 Step Program.”
The YouTuber said that her relationship with her significant other is getting worse because he is trying not to change in order to move forward. She finds out that Stephen came to see her recently and talked about his own ideas and plans.
Laura talks about setting limits with her life partner and handling him like a coworker. We are sure that things will get better from now on and that their marriage will become the focus again.