Karl Stefanovic Biography / Wikipedia
Karl Stefanovic is a well-known television host and journalist from Australia who works for the Nine Network. He currently co-hosts the morning show Today on the Nine Network as well as 60 Minutes.
How Old Is Karl Stefanovic? / Karl Stefanovic Age
He was born on August 12, 1974, in Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia, and as of September 2022, his age is 47. Celebrities like Dixie D’Amelio, Dream, Rudy Pankow, Daisy Keech, Cara Delevingne, and many more share the same birthday as Karl.
Karl Stefanovic Family
Who are Karl Stefanovic Parents?
He was conceived by his parents, Jenny and Alex Stefanovic (Mother)
Does Karl Stefanovic have Siblings?
Peter Stefanovic, an Australian journalist, reporter, and television presenter born on November 19, 1981, and Tom Stefanovic are two of his three siblings. also has a sister named Elisa Stefanovic.
Karl Stefanovic Education
He attended the Anglican Church Grammar School and St Augustines College for his high school studies. He earned a journalism degree from Queensland University of Technology in 1994 after finishing high school.
Karl Stefanovic Marital Status
He weds his true love, who is his wife. Designer Jasmine Stefanovic was born on January 29, 1984. In a ceremony held in Mexico in December 2018, they got married. Despite being wed, he was previously married to Australian children’s novelist Cassandra Thorburn (born March 16, 1971). While they were wed in 1995, they separated in October 2017.
Karl Stefanovic Kids
His four children. River and Jackson Stefanovic, as well as Ava Stefanovic, are the names of the three children he shares with his ex-wife Cassandra. And one child, a daughter named Harper May Stefanovic, with his present spouse Jasmine.
Karl Stefanovic Career
An Early Career
He had majored in journalism at college, but after receiving his degree, he was unable to get a cadetship. As a result, his father advised him to apply to NDA, but despite passing a couple of rounds of auditions, he was not selected. He was urged to reapply the next year, but he decided against it and accepted a job offer from WIN Television in Rockhampton. In 1994, he then started working for WIN as a cadet reporter in Rockhampton and Cairns. He started working for TVNZ as a correspondent for One Network News in New Zealand in 1996.
In 1998, he moved back to Australia and started working as a reporter and host for Ten News in Brisbane. He also filled in for Ron Wilson as a news presenter in Sydney.
Karl Stefanovic Nine Network
In 2000, Karl joined the Nine Network as a reporter and stand-in host for Nine News in Brisbane. His coverage of the Childers backpacker hostel fire earned him a Queensland Media Award for Best News Coverage the same year. His coverage of the 2003 Canberra bushfires was influenced by his reportage on the 2001 Warragamba bushfires from Sussex Inlet in January 2002, which led to his hiring at Nine’s Sydney newsroom. He took over as anchor of Today for Steve Liebmann in February 2005. Since Tracy Grimshaw’s replacement as host of A Current Affair, he has filled in.
Then, in 2006, he took part in the reality television program Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice on the Nine Network. He eventually advanced to the show’s championship round but lost to Jake Wall in a vote of the audience. In 2008, he took over as host of Carols by Candlelight on the Nine Network after Ray Martin, a veteran host, was replaced by Lisa Wilkinson. He carried on hosting Carols by Candlelight until David Campbell took his position in 2012. Along with presenting Today in 2011, Karl also worked as a contributing reporter for 60 Minutes. Furthermore, she has anchored a Sunday night episode of A Current Affair (ACA Sunday).
He was a part of the crew aboard the supermaxi racing yacht Investec LOYAL in December of that year when it took first place in the 2011 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Additionally, he was the host of the Nine Network’s primetime Olympic reports in 2012. He participated in the 2013 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race in December as a member of the celebrity crew alongside Guillaume Brahimi, Jude Bolton, Larry Emdur, Phil Waugh, and Tom Slingsby on the supermaxi yacht Perpetual Loyal. Later, in October 2015, on the Nine Network, he became the host of the panel discussion program The Verdict.
He started serving as the host of This Time Next Year on the Nine Network in July 2017. He would not serve as a co-host of Today in 2019 as was revealed in December 2018. However, the Nine Network revealed in November 2019 that Karl would join Weekend Today co-host and 60 Minutes reporter Allison Langdon in hosting Today again starting in January 2020. He will commemorate 20 years with the Nine Network in June 2020.
Karl Stefanovic 2GB
In June 2019, it was revealed that he would start contributing frequently to 2GB.
Karl Stefanovic Height and Measurements
His height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 meters) and weight are added to his well-muscled frame.
Karl Stefanovic Salary and Net Worth
He earns $1.5 million a year in compensation and is worth $11 million in total.