Stan Stovall Biography
Stan Stovall is an American journalist currently working as a news anchor for WABL-TV 11 News since April 2003 when he rejoined the station as co-anchor of the weekend edition of 11 News Today. Stovall has also worked at the station between 1978 and 1983, serving as the primary anchor of the weekday evening editions of 11 News. He stands to be one of the most recognizable faces in the Baltimore television market, having worked for over 36 years in the field of journalism.
After his return to WABL-Tv 11 News, Stan has had various promotions. In August 2003, he was promoted to co-anchor the weekday editions of 11 News Today and 11 News at Noon. Later on, Stan was promoted again to co-anchor 11 News at 5 p.m. starting October 2003. This was in addition to his morning duties. In December 2013, he got yet another promotion to co-anchor 11 News at 6 p,m and 11 p.m.
Before joining WABL-TV 11, Stovall worked as the primary evening news anchor at WMAR-Tv in Baltimore for 13 years.
Sten started his broadcast career way back in 1970 in Phoenix Arizona, at the age of 17. He was the first African-American television news reporter in the entire State of Arizona. A year later, Stan was named the youngest television news anchor in the United States.
In addition to his roles as a news anchor and reporter in Baltimore and Phoenix, Stan held a similar position in Philadelphia and St.louis. In 1985, he was honored with an Emmy Award that recognized him as the Best Television News Anchor in St. Louis.
Over his 49 years in his broadcasting career, Stan mostly worked as a primary news anchor. However, he also worked as a reporter, producer, film photographer, and film editor. Notably, in 1988, Stan spent nearly six months in Southeast Asia as a freelance producer, reporter, and videographer covering a civil war in Myanmar. At this time, he spent half the coverage in the jungle combat zones of Burma, and the rest working out of cities like Bangkok, Manila, Seoul, and Tokyo.
His interest in international politics and investigative reporting saw him tour Central America during the Contra War in Nicaragua. He also reported from Russia and Ukraine before the fall of communism in the former Soviet Union. Notably, Stovall also reported from Vatican City in Rome for the elevation of Baltimore Archbishop William Keeler to the College of Cardinals.
His primary hobby is physical fitness, having been a former competitive powerlifter and bodybuilder for over 30 years. He is a four-time State Powerlifting Champion and holder of former bodybuilding titles of Junior Mr. Arizona, Mr. Maryland, Mr. South Atlantic, and Mr. Delmarva.
Stan Stovall Age
How old is Stan Stovall? Stovall is 68 years old as of 2021. He was born in 1953 in the United States of America. However, it is not known when he celebrates his birthday. We promise to update you once the information is available.
Stan Stovall Wife
Stovall has kept his personal life hidden from the public eye, therefore we don’t know if he is married. It’s also unclear whether or not he’s in a relationship. We pledge to keep you informed as soon as the information becomes public. Thank you for choosing oneworldinformation.com as your source of information.
Stan Stovall Family
Stovall has kept his personal information away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed his parents’ details nor whether he has any siblings or not. However, we promise to keep you posted once the information is available in the limelight.
Stan Stovall Net Worth
Stovall has an estimated net worth of around $3 million. His income is primarily attributed to her career as a broadcast journalist.
Stan Stovall Salary
Stovall receives an annual salary of over $300,000 according to the Baltimore television salary range.