Kevin Hodge considers communication to be the key to his long marriage with his wife and children.
“…marriage has a lot of ups and downs for you. It’s simply a matter of settling down and getting things done “Kevin stated his opinion.
Kevin Hodge, one-half of “The Hodgetwins,” along with his identical twin, Keith, is a very private individual.
Kevin is rarely seen talking about his family, wife, and children, despite his success in comedy and fitness videos.
Despite this, we have managed to gather a few details regarding Kevin’s personal and family life. So keep reading to find out more!
Kevin and his wife have been married for nearly two decades
Keith, Kevin’s twin brother, on the other hand, is very vocal about his family members. Elizabeth Hodge is his wife’s name.
Keith’s marriage has resulted in him having children. He revealed that he and his wife had three children during an exclusive interview for the summer edition of Urban Lux Magazine, which was published on July 1, 2013.
His children were 12, 6, and 3 years old at the time, which means they will be 20, 14, and 11 years old in 2021.
Kevin also revealed that he and his wife had four children at the time, who were 17 years old, 10 years old, 5 years old, and 10 months old, in the same interview.
Kevin’s children are currently 25, 18, 13, and 9 years old, according to this information.
Good communication is the key to Kevin’s long marriage
During an interview with LA Weekly magazine in June 2016, Kevin was asked what his secret to his long marriage was, and he replied, “just communication.”
He explained that in a married relationship, there will be many ups and downs, and that it is necessary to sit down and talk about them rationally.
“…you’ve had a lot of ups and downs in your life. It’s simply a matter of settling down and getting things done “Kevin stated his opinion.
“I would say communication and compromise,” he continued.
Kevin’s parents and family members are listed below
Kevin N. Hodge, a native of Martinsville, Virginia, was born on September 17, 1975. Despite the fact that little is known about his parents, it is known that his mother was a twin.
On September 16, 2013, his mother passed away.
Kevin has three siblings: an older sister named Rosalyn Hodge Kidd, an older brother, and a twin brother named Keith Hodge, in addition to his parents.
Kevin and his twin brother are both YouTube stars
The American InterContinental University alumnus, Kevin Hodge, and his twin brother, Keith, are notable YouTubers. Together, they are known as The Hodgertwins.
The twin brothers launched their career as YouTubers when Keith offered the idea to Kevin after getting fed up with the multiple full-time/part-time employment.
Kevin appreciated his twin brother’s idea and started their channel, TheHodgeTwins, on December 22, 2008.
Initially, they began uploading funny videos, and when their channel started to grow, they uploaded videos about present issues while also sharing their viewpoints. Slowly and gradually, they added more content topics to their videos—relationship counseling and fitness tutorials.
As of now, the twin brothers are no longer strangers in the world of video creation with four YouTube channels to their names—Conservative Twins, askhodgetwins, TwinMuscle, and Hodgetwins Vlogs. All channels, altogether, have more than 6.1 million subscribers and 236 million views.
In addition to that, it is known that after spending several years in video producing for their fans, Kevin and Keith are now entering into the broader field and are slated to play in television and film projects shortly.
The Hodgertwins’ Cousin’s Kids Nearly Died
Coincidently, the Hodgertwins’ cousin’s name is also Keith Hodge — and because of that, when their cousin’s step-children got injured in a road-rage shooting in April 2019, many of their fans grew scared believing the YouTuber Keith’s kids were injured.
But the incident did not include the Hodgertwins’ Kevin’s kids.
That being said, the Hodgertwins stepped forward to help their cousin Keith to seek funds for the treatment of his step-children by begging others via social media to help the kids.
Their plea succeeded, as many contributors aided their cousin’s kids with finances. For instance, Michael Dove of Arkansas, James MacKenzie of Scotland, and Alicia Mumm of Jacksonville informed the Martinsville Bulletin via chat conversations that they followed the Hodgetwins and simply responded the plea for support.