Stuart Scott Net Worth

April 18, 2024
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Stuart Scott has earned his net worth as a host of the daily news program ‘Sports center’ on ESPN’s and as a sportscaster. It has been reported that the net worth of Stuart reaches the sum of 15 million dollars, so far. Scott has been successfully working in the industry and accumulating his net worth since 1988.

Stuart Scott was born on July 19, 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. He has three siblings. Scott was studied at Mount Tabor High School and Richard J. Reynolds High School. In 1987, Scott graduated with a degree in speech communication from the University of North Carolina.


Stuart Scott Net Worth $15 Million


Stuart Scott began his career and the accumulation of his net worth as a reporter at WPDE-TV; later he worked at WRAL-TV and the WESH virtual channel. Since 1993, he has been working on ESPN television channels as the host of sports programs, for example on the ‘Sports Night’ program. As for now, he reports for ‘Sports Center’ program about National Football and Basketball events.

In addition to this, Stuart adds to his net worth as a columnist of ‘ESPN the Magazine’. Moreover, Scott has increased his net worth as an actor, too. He debuted on the big screen in the film ‘He Got Game’ (1998) co-produced, written and directed by Spike Lee. Afterwards, he appeared in the following films ‘Enchanted’ (1998) directed by Kevin Lima, ‘Disney’s The Kid’ (2000) directed by Jon Turteltaub, ‘Drumline’ (2002) and ‘Mr. 3000’ (2004) directed by Charles Stone III, ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ (2003) written and directed by Troy Beyer, ‘Herbie: Fully Loaded’ (2005) directed by Angela Robinson, ‘The Longest Yard’ (2005) directed by Peter Segal, ‘The Game Plan’ (2007) directed by Andy Fickman and ‘Just Wright’ (2010) directed by Sanaa Hamri.

Added to all this, Stuat Scott has been acting on various television series and films including sitcoms ‘Arliss’ created by Robert Wuhl, ‘One on One’ created by Eunetta T. Boone, Omar Davis Rodgers, nostalgia television programs ‘I Love the ’70s’, ‘I Love the ‘80’s’ and ‘I Love the ’90s’, ‘I Love Toys’ written by James Eatock and narrated by Doug Jeffers, a family drama ‘Soul Food’ created by George Tillman, Jr., television shows ‘She Spies’ and ‘Dream Job’, a game show ‘Stump the Schwab’ created by Howie Schwab, a television special ‘I Love the Holidays’, as well as the mini-series ‘Black to the Future’.

Furthermore, Stuart Scott has increased his net worth as a host of television shows as ‘NFL Countdown’, ‘NFL PrimeTime’, ‘NFL Live’, ‘NFL Matchup’, ‘NBA Fastbreak’ and ‘NBA Finals’.

He was diagnosed with cancer in 2007, and has has been fighting with the disease year after year. In 2014, Stuart Scott received Jimmy V Perseverance Award in ESPY awards for his fight against cancer.

Stuart Scott married his wife, Kimberley, in 1993. Together they have two daughters, Sydni and Taelor. However, the couple divorced in 2010. Currently, it has been reported that he is in a long term relationship with Kristin Spodobalski. He resides in Avon, Connecticut, United States.

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