Karl Stefanovic Biography

Karl Stefanovic works as a journalist and television host for the Australian Nine Network. He has appeared on 60 Minutes before and currently co-hosts the Today breakfast program on the Nine Network.

How old is Karl Stefanovic? – Age

He was born 12 August 1974 in Darlinghurst, Australia. He is 48 years as of 2022.

Where did Karl Stefanovic go to school? – Family

He majored in journalism in college but was unable to get a cadetship once he graduated.

How many siblings does Karl Stefanovic have? – Family

Alex Stefanovic, a Serbian-German, and Jenny Stefanovic, an Australian, were his parents. His younger brother Peter Stefanovic is a 60 Minutes journalist. Elisa Stefanovic, Peter Stefanovic, and Tom Stefanovic are his three siblings.

Is Karl Stefanovic married? – Wife

At a party in Rockhampton in 1995, Stefanovic had a chance encounter with writer Cassandra Thorburn; the two subsequently got married and had three kids together. In September 2016, Stefanovic revealed his 21-year separation from his wife, and their divorce was formalized in October 2017. In February 2018, he made the news that he was going to marry Jasmine Yarbrough. He wed Yarbrough in Mexico in December of last year. One child belongs to them as parents.

Karl Stefanovic's photo
Karl Stefanovic’s photo


Stefanovic Salary

He receives an annually predicted salary of $2 million.

Stefanovic Net Worth

His net worth is believed to be $11 Million.

Kristina Stefanovic Career

He eventually made it to the show’s championship round, but Jake Wall ultimately won the public vote. In 2008, Stefanovic took over as host of Carols by Candlelight on the Nine Network, succeeding Ray Martin, who had served as host for many years.

Until David Campbell took over in 2012, he served as the show’s host. Along with presenting Today in 2011, Stefanovic also contributed as a correspondent for 60 Minutes. Additionally, he was the Sunday night host of A Current Affair (ACA Sunday). When the supermaxi boat Investec LOYAL took first place in the 2011 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race in December 2011, he was a member of the crew.

In 2000, Stefanovic relocated to Brisbane and started working for the Nine Network as a reporter and fill-in host for National Nine News. In 2000, he was recognized with a Queensland Media Award for Best News Coverage for his coverage of the Childers backpacker hostel fire.

His coverage of the 2001 Warragamba bushfires from Sussex Inlet led to his hiring in Nine’s Sydney newsroom in January 2002. He also contributed to the coverage of the 2003 Canberra bushfires. Stefanovic took over as host of Today for Steve Liebmann in February 2005. He has been Tracy Grimshaw’s replacement on A Current Affair. In 2006, he participated in the reality television program Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice, which aired on the Nine Network. The Nine Network’s nighttime updates on the 2012 London Olympics were also hosted by him.

The celebrity crew members of the supermaxi boat Perpetual Loyal in the 2013 Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race in December 2013 included Phil Waugh, Larry Emdur, Tom Slingsby,  Guillaume Brahimi, and Jude Bolton. In October 2015, Stefanovic served as host of the Nine Network panel discussion program The Verdict. The weekly broadcast featured segments from well-known programs The Project and Q&A, but the panel’s selection of participants drew criticism.
Beginning in July 2017, Stefanvoic served as the host of This Time Next Year on the Nine Network. Stefanovic announced in December of last year that he will not be co-hosting Today in 2019. According to the Nine Network, Allison Langdon, co-host of Weekend Today and a correspondent for 60 Minutes, will join Stefanovic as a co-host on Today in January 2020. The Nine Network will honor Stefanovic’s 20 years of service in June 2020.

Leave a Comment

error: Content is protected !!