Maria Stephanos Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Son, Height, Salary, Net Worth, WCVB, Illness

Maria Stephanos
Maria Stephanos

Maria Stephanos Biography

Maria Stephanos is an American journalist, anchor, and reporter currently serving as a co-anchor of WCVB NewsCenter 5 at 6:00, 7:00, and 11:00 PM with Ed Harding and Chief Meteorologist Harvey Leonard. Stephanos also anchors NewsCenter 5 at 4:30 PM and The 10 O’Clock News on MeTV Boston with co-anchor Ben Simmoneau. She also served as a news anchor and reporter at Boston’s WFXT-TV.

Maria Stephanos Age

Stephanos is 56 years old as of 2020. She was born in 1964, in Groveland, Massachusetts, United States. However, it is not known when she celebrates her birthday this section will be updated once the information is available.

Maria Stephanos Height

Stephanos stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57m) and weighs 58 Kgs.

Maria Stephanos Family | Parents | Siblings

Maria’s information regarding her parents and siblings is not available. However, it will be updated once confirmed in the public eye. Stephanos was born in the United States. She spent most of her childhood in Groveland in Massachusetts, Boston. The only news available about her family is that her father was a salesman and her mother was a beautician.

She was raised in the same place and she is the eldest of two sisters. Her sister’s name is Nicole. She belongs to a traditional Greek family.

Maria Stephanos Husband

Maria is a married woman. She is married to her husband Dale Stephanos. Dale Stephanos is a political narrator and a writer, and that was more than 25 years ago! The couple soon decided to get married.

Maria Stephanos Children | Son

The couple has two children; daughter Isabella, 18, and son Liam, 15. She resides in Foxboro with her husband and children and is enjoying her life and stay in Foxboro. The couple had moved here in 1994 and lived at Shaw Place.

Maria Stephanos Illness| Sick

Back on August 20, 2009, Maria Stephanos had “sprung right back to life” after being re-hydrated at a local hospital after collapsing in the station’s newsroom this morning, reports her hubby.

Dale Stephanos told the Track that Maria, who ran five miles this morning before her shift, called him from her car on the way to the Dedham studio and told him she was “disoriented, nauseous, and she felt like she was going to pass out.” He also said she told him she “couldn’t feel her hands.”

“She couldn’t pull over because of all the construction but she finally made it to FOX, she dropped and they called 911,” said Stephanos, who got to the station and rode with his wife to a local hospital.

“They got an IV into her pretty quickly and she sprung right back to life,” said the illustrator, joking that his bride “successfully weaseled her way into a day off.”

Dale said Maria, who is being released shortly, was “feeling hungry” when he left the hospital to grab his bride’s purse from the station. “That’s sort of the default setting for any Greek mother,” laughed Stephanos.

Maria Stephanos Salary

Stephanos, a co-anchor at WCVB NewsCenter 5, receives an annual salary of $83,654 per year.

Maria Stephanos Net Worth

Stephanos is an American award-winning journalist, anchor, and reporter with an approximate net worth of $1 million.

Maria Stephanos WCVB

Stephanos is a well-known local journalist with more than a quarter-century of experience as an anchor and reporter in New England, co-anchor of NewsCenter 5 at 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. with Ed Harding and Chief Meteorologist Harvey Leonard. Maria also anchors NewsCenter 5 at 4:30 p.m. and The 10 O’Clock News at MeTV Boston with co-anchor Ben Simmoneau.

Maria joined WCVB Channel 5 on Boston’s WFXT-TV, where she had been an anchorman and reporter for almost 18 years. Previously, Maria was a reporter at WJAR-TV in Providence, RI. She began her vocation as a Statehouse reporter working for a few nearby stations that included WBUR in Boston. She has reported on a few NPR news shows and WCBS Radio and WABC Radio in New York.

Through her known vocation, Maria has covered many of the most important news incidents, including the John F. Kennedy Jr. plane crash, the Worcester Cold Storage disaster, the Florida Presidential recount vote live, the Boston and Washington D.C. 9/11 attacks, Red Sox World wins, the Patriots’ Super Bowl wins, the death of Senator Ed. She also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Alpha Omega Society, presented by former Commonwealth Governor Michael Dukakis.

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