Karl Stefanovic Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Salary, Height, Education, Father and Net Worth

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Karl Stefanovic Biography and Wikipedia

Karl Stefanovic is an Australian television presenter and journalist serving as the co-host of Nine’s breakfast show, TODAY, alongside Ally Langdon. He joined Channel Nine as a reporter and in 2003 he was posted to Los Angeles as a correspondent. He also did a brief stint for the prestigious CNN Network for 13 months.

Karl Stefanovic Education | Colege

He attended St Augustine’s College in Cairns, the Anglican Church Grammar School, and the Queensland University of Technology, where he earned a journalism degree in 1994.

Karl Stefanovic Age

How old is Karl? Karl is 50 years old as of 2024. He was born on August 12, 1974, in Darlinghurst, Australia. His birthday is always celebrated on August 12th of every year. READ: Monica Alba

Karl Stefanovic Nationality

What ethnicity is Karl? He is an Australian national and citizen by birth. Karl was born in Darlinghurst, Australia. He is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry of Australian-Serbian-German.

Karl Stefanovic Height and Measurements

Karl stands at an average height of 6 feet 1 inch (1. 83 m) and maintains a body weight of 76 kg.

Karl Stefanovic Family |Parent and Father

He was born and raised in Darlinghurst, Australia to an Australian mother Jenny Stefanovic, and a Serbian-German father Alex Stefanovic. Peter Stefanovic, his younger brother, works as a correspondent for 60 Minutes.

Karl Stefanovic Siblings | Sister

He was born alongside his three siblings; Peter Stefanovic, his younger brother, who works as a correspondent for 60 Minutes, Elisa Stefanovic, and Tom Stefanovic. READ: Karen Travers

Karl Stefanovic Wife | Divorce

Is Karl married? Stefanovic is currently married to his wife Jasmine Stefanovic, a shoe designer. The duo got engaged in February 2018 and later December 2018, the duo got married through a wedding ceremony in Mexico. They do share a daughter.

Karl was previously married to her ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn, journalist and children’s author. The duo first met at a party in Rockhampton in 1995. They got married in 1995 and after living together for twenty years, the duo separated in 2016 and their divorce was finalized in 2017. The couple are proud parents of three children.

Karl Stefanovic Salary

He earns an annual salary of $2 million.

Karl Stefanovic Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $11 Million. READ: Maxima Chan Zuckerberg

Karl Stefanovic 60 Minutes

Stefanovic replaced longtime host Ray Martin as host of Carols by Candlelight on the Nine Network in 2008. He hosted Carols by Candlelight until 2012 when David Campbell took over. In addition to hosting Today, Stefanovic was a contributing correspondent on 60 Minutes in 2011. On Sunday evenings, he also hosted A Current Affair (ACA Sunday). In December 2011, he was a member of the crew aboard the racing supermaxi yacht Investec LOYAL, which won line honors in the 2011 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Stefanovic began working for the Nine Network in Brisbane as a reporter and backup presenter for National in 2000.

For his coverage of the Childers backpacker hostel fire in 2000, he won a Queensland Media Award for Best News Coverage. His coverage of the 2001 Warragamba bushfires from Sussex Inlet landed him a job in Nine’s Sydney newsroom in January 2002, and he was also part in the coverage of the 2003 Canberra bushfires. Stefanovic took over for Today host Steve Liebmann in February 2005. He’s been filling in for Tracy Grimshaw on A Current Affair. He appeared in the reality television show Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice on the Nine Network in 2006. He also hosted the Nine Network’s evening updates on the 2012 London Olympics.

The celebrity crew members aboard the supermaxi boat Perpetual Loyal in the 2013 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race included Larry Emdur, Guillaume Brahimi, Tom Slingsby, Phil Waugh, and Jude Bolton. In October 2015, Stefanovic hosted the panel show The Verdict on the Nine Network. The weekly show featured elements from popular shows such as The Project and Q&A, but its panelist lineup drew criticism. In July 2017, Stefanovic began hosting This Time Next Year on the Nine Network. Stefanovic announced in December 2018 that he would not be returning to Today as a co-host in 2019. According to the Nine Network, Stefanovic will return to Today as a co-host in January 2020, alongside Weekend Today co-host and 60 Minutes reporter Allison Langdon.