Julie Stewart Binks Biography
Julie Stewart-Binks is a Canadian journalist who hosts the shows Drinks With Binks and Calls It A Night with Julie-Stewart-Binks on fuboTV in the United States. She previously worked as a host for Barstool Sports.
Julie Stewart Binks Age
Julie Stewart was born on 30, April 1987 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is 35 years old.
Julie Stewart Binks Height
Julie stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Julie Stewart Binks Family
Julie Stewart Binks is a Toronto, Canada native. Julie is the mother of Georgie and the daughter of Mr. Stinks. Her mother is also an experienced Canadian journalist who works for Goodweather Publishing Inc. She was also raised alongside her brother Ian.
Julie Stewart Binks Husband
Julie frequently informs her followers on social media that she is unmarried and in a relationship with her journalism career. However, she has not been immune to speculations that she is married to her long-term beau Jamie Stanley. Furthermore, she has neither confirmed nor denied the rumors.
Julie Stewart Binks Education
Julie first attended Havergal College before enrolling at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She graduated from Queen’s in 2009 with a double major in Drama and Physical & Health Education. She also has a master’s degree in international broadcast journalism from the City, University of London.
Julie Stewart Salary
Julie annually pockets a salary of $98,700.
Julie Stewart Net Worth
Julie’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Julie Stewart Binks Career
Julie is the host of two new FuboTV sports chat series, Drinks with Binks and Call It a Night. Previously she worked as the host of Sirius XM 85’s Barstool Breakfast. In addition, she has served as a sideline reporter for ESPN.
She formerly worked as a news update anchor at Fox Sports before joining ESPN. She hosted Fox Soccer Daily, a half-hour daily studio soccer show, during her time at Fox Sports. While working for Fox, she also covered the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, the MLS soccer match between Chicago Fire and FC Dallas, and the MLS All-Star Game in Denver.
She began her broadcast journalism career as a program assistant for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 2010. She also worked with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League ( National Hockey League). Julie has also worked as a reporter for the Fox Soccer Channel’s main program in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and for the CTV Television Network in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Between December 2016 to March 2018, she worked as a sports reporter for ESPN. Julie was also a sideline reporter for ESPN, covering both men’s and women’s national team games. During her time at ESPN, she made history by becoming the first female reporter to call two consecutive Major League Soccer Cups for two distinct networks, ESPN and FOX.
She was the host of Sirius XM 85’s Barstool Breakfast throughout her journalism career. She did, however, announce in May 2018 that she was quitting Barstool Sports Radio and will take some time off to figure out her next career step. She joins Fubo Sports Network in September 2019.