Stuart Scott Married and Divorce

Posted On: 09 May, 2014


Stuart Scott Married and Divorce

Quick Facts

Date of Birth July 19, 1965
Age 52 Years 4 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession SportCaster
Wife/Spouse Kim Scott
Girlfriend Not Yet
Ethnicity Black
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Divorced? Yes
Married Yes (1993)
Net Worth $15 million dollar
Height 1.82 m
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Two Children (Names: Unknown)

Stuart Scott was born on July 19, 1965 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is a sportscaster and anchor on espn's SportsCenter. Scott was enrolled at Mount Tabor High School for 9th and 10th grade and then finished up his last two years at Richard J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and attended college at the University of North Carolina. Later, he graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication.

After graduation from 1988 to 1990 Scott worked as a reporter at WPDE-TV in Florence, South Carolina, and from 1990 to 1993, he worked at WRAL-TV 5 in Raleigh, North Carolina. He also worked at WESH, an NBC affiliate in Orlando, Florida, from 1993 to 1995. He became the host of SportsNight at ESPN2 in 1993. Currently he is working for the espn family of networks as an anchor for SportsCenter episodes as well as National Football League and National Basketball Association programming. Scott also appears in each issue of espn the Magazine. He has already interviewed top professional athletes such as Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan as well as two American Presidents, then-Senator Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

Scott became popular for his use of unique catch phrases, following in the Sports Center tradition begun by Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann, such as "holla at a playa when you see him in the street!", "call him butter, he's on a roll" and "Boo Yah!" and also "as cool as the other side of the pillow." Scott has also hosted many other TV shows besides Sportscenter. Scott's NFL work includes NFL Matchup, NFL Live, NFL Primetime, and NFL Countdown, and NBA work includes hosting the NBA Finals and NBA Fastbreak.

Scott also hosted espn game show including Stump the Schwab and Dream Job. America's Funniest Home Videos called AFV:The Sports Edition was also hosted by Scott.

In April 2002, Scott had an injury after being hit in the face by a football. That time, he was doing a special for espn. Scott underwent surgery that night and was out of work for a few months. This illness caused ptosis and it led to the drooping of the eyes lid.

In 2007, Scott had an emergency appendectomy in Pittsburgh after becoming ill while covering the Pittsburgh Steelers–Miami Dolphins Monday Night Football game. He needed additional surgery to remove possible cancerous tissue. After four years in 2011, it was revealed that Scott was again battling cancer. Scott was again diagnosed with cancer on January 14, 2013.

Scott is one of the highest paid sports newscasters and has the net worth of $15 million. He has done many movies including He Got Game (1998), Enchanted (1998), Disney's The Kid (2000), Drumline (2002), Love Don't Cost A Thing (2003), Mr. 3000 (2004), Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005), The Longest Yard (2005), The Game Plan (2007) and Just Wright (2010).

Scott married Kim Scott and had two daughters Syndi and Taelor but no more information about his marital life, relationships and wife is disclosed clearly. It is also said that he lives with his daughter in Connecticut. However, his relation with his wife didn't get to better height. So, Scott filed a divorce with his wife and they separated. what is wrong between them is unknown yet.

Other information about him can be found on his personal sites as well as official sites. His brief biography can also be accessed via wiki and imdb. His search can also be mistaken to first woman aviator blanche Stuart Scott and furniture designer Stuart Scott.