Stan Stovall is a popular American Emmy Award-winning journalist who presently serves at WBAL-TV since April 2003 as a news anchor which is based in Baltimore, Maryland where is said he will retire in 2022, Before going to WBAL-TV, he worked as the chief evening news anchor at WMAR-TV for thirteen years.
When he’s not at the station, he likes spending time with family and friends, reading, and watching television.
Stan Stovall Age
Stan Stovall was born in the United States of America, on February 24, 1953, and he’s 69 years of age.
Stan Stovall Height
Stovall stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx 1.73 m).
Stan Stovall Family
Stan in the United States of America, on February 24, 1953, to his loving and supportive parents. He prefers private life where he has not disclosed any details concerning his siblings and parents hence it’s not publicly known if he has siblings.
Stan Stovall Wife
He prefers private life where he has not shared any information regarding his marital status hence it’s not known if he’s single, dating, married, or has any kids.
Stan Stovall Education
There is no information regarding his education and where he went for his studies though he is a well-educated person.
Stan Stovall Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $96,115 and this is according to WBAL-TV 11 anchors’ salaries.
Stan Stovall’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars and his career as a news anchor is the source of his wealth.
Stan Stovall Career
In April 2003, Stan came to WBAL-TV where he currently serves as the 6.00 p.m news anchor for more than three decades. He joined the station in April 2003 as s co-anchor of the weekend edition of 11 News Today.
In August 2003, he was promoted to co-anchor the weekday editions of 11 News and the 11 News at Noon. In October 2003, he was also uplifted to co-anchor 11 News at 5 p.m, in addition, he was also raised to co-anchor news at 11.00 p.m and 6.00 p.m at WBAL-TV. Come 2022, he has declared his plans and preparations for his retirement.
Before coming to WBAL-TV, he worked as the predominant evening news anchor for thirteen years at WMAR-TV. His journalism career began in1970 in Phoenix, Arizona when he was 17 years of age as the fundamental American television news reporter in the state which is based in Arizona.
In the States, he was the youngest TV news anchor and after one year he left the station and joined St. Louis and Philadelphia as a news reporter. He was awarded an Emmy Award as the Best Television News Anchor in St. Louis in 1985.
He worked as a film editor, producer, film photographer, reporter, and film editor during his five decades in broadcasting before serving as a chief news anchor. He as well almost spend six months covering the civil war in Myanmar in Southeast Asia in 1988.