Matt Stewart Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, FOX 4
Matt Stewart Biography
Matt Stewart is an American journalist currently serving as a reporter at FOX 4 WDAF-TV located in Lenexa, Kansas. In September 2012, He joined FOX 4. Before joining the station, Matt served from August 2004 to August 2012 as a morning anchor and Reporter at KCTV/KSMO/TV. During his broadcasting career, He has traveled the Midwest.
Matt Stewart Age
Matt was born in the United States of America. He is around 45 years old. Though, He keeps his life private away from the limelight regarding his exact age, date, and year of birth.
Matt Stewart Height
Stewart stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 m).
Matt Stewart Family
Matt Stewart was born and brought up in the United States of America by his loving and supportive parents. However, Matt has not disclosed any information regarding his father, mother, and siblings to the media.
Matt Stewart Education
Matt Stewart Wife
He got married in April 2002 to his lovely and caring wife called Chrissy. The couple has three kids namely Alex, Jackson, and Madeline. His family with their chihuahua called Ruby resides in Lenexa. During his free time, He enjoys spending much time with his family members and friends.
Matt Stewart Salary
Matt earns a decent salary of $67,765 per year. This is according to FOX 4 reporters’ salaries.
Matt Stewart’s Net Worth
Steward has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Matt Stewart Career
At the moment, Matt serves as a reporter in Lenexa, Kansas at FOX 4 WDAF-TV. In September 2012, He joined FOX 4. Before joining the station, He worked from August 2004 to August 2012 as a morning anchor and Reporterat KCTV/KSMO/TV.
Before, He served as an anchor and reporter at WDTN-TV. Matt has traveled the Midwest during his broadcasting career. He has reported and anchored in Dayton, Neb; Dayton, Ohio; Omaha, Ohio; Kansas City, Kearney, Neb; and Sioux City, Iowa.
Matt also traveled with the Kansas Jayhawks from Omaha to Detroit to San Antonio in 2008 as they obtained a national championship. Furthermore, Stewart reported as the Kansas City Royals won a World Series from Kauffman Stadium in 2015.