Seven Times Emmy Winning American Entertainment Host, News/Sports Anchor, and commentator, Scott Stanford has been in the industry for more than two decades. Scott started his career in 2002, where he recognized himself as the best radio sports anchor in the New York City market.
Scott Stanford was born on August 30, 1966, in Haverstraw, New York. As Scoot rose to fame only after his successful career, Much information about his early life and parents' information is still a topic of debate. In addition, He has not shared his education and academic qualification.
Relationship Status of Scott Stanford
The main job of a journalist is to find out information about peoples, but they themselves are best in keeping their personal life away from reach of media. Scott has also become very much successful in keeping his private life apart.
As per sources, Scott is a married man and living a happy and beautiful marital life along with his wife and children. He wants to keep his family away from the pressure of media. The couple is parenting their daughters and collectively live in their house in northern New Jersey.
Scott is a regular user of social media sites. He keeps posting photos of his work mostly. He never posts anything related to his family. He was married in the late 1990s and is a proud father of a daughter. Except for these pieces of information, there is no single word about his family.
Net Worth and Earnings
Scott Stanford has an estimated net worth of more than $2 Million. He has become successful in accumulating most of the net worth through his two-decades-long successful career of working as a commentator and a News Anchor.
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The average salary of a live commentator currently working in the United States is more than $50,000. Scott works for various companies making him one of the most earning commentators present in the United States. Thomas Friedman is another famous American commentator with a net worth of $5 Million.
Scott has been the host of professional wrestling programs like "WWE Superstars." He has co-hosted "WWE Superstars" with former professional wrestler Josh Mathews. He is a multiple-time winner of the Emmy Award for On-Camera Achievement.
Two Decades of Long Career
Scott kicked off his journalism career in 2002, joining WVBC Newsradio 880. Within two years of joining the station, he won several states and national level awards, giving him national recognition. He also started working for WNYW-TV, where he was the post-game reporter for the New York Yankees baseball team.
Stanford is also the main host for NY Yankees Pre Game shows when the Yankees air on PIX11. In 2009, His life reached the pinnacle of success. Stanford debuted in WWE in 2009, replacing Jack Korpela as the host of WWE Bottom Line. Stanford was the host of the Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live pre-shows on the WWE Network until November 2016.
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