Stone Phillips Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Dateline NBC
Stone Phillips Biography
Stone Phillips is a well-reputed American correspondent and television reporter who is popularly known as the former co-anchor of Dateline NBC, a news magazine TV series. He has also worked as a substitute moderator on Meet the Press as well as a substitute anchor at NBC Nightly News and Today. Prior to his work at NBC, he worked as an ABC News correspondent for 20/20 plus World News Tonight.
Stone Phillips Age
Stone Phillips was born on 2nd December 1954, in Texas City, Texas, in the United States of America. He is 67 years old.
Stone Phillips Height
Stone is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Stone Phillips Family
Stone was born in Texas City, Texas, to his caring and dedicated parents Grace Phillips, a school teacher, and Victor a Monsanto chemical engineer. Stone has a brother called Victor III and a sister named Minta.
Stone Phillips Wife
Stone Phillips Education
He attained his high school diploma from Parkway West High School located in Ballwin, Missouri. Later he enrolled at Yale University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Philosophy in 1977.
Stone Phillips Salary
He earned a desirable salary of $81,811 annually. This is according to Dateline NBC co-anchors salaries.
Stone Phillips Net Worth
Stone Phillips has amassed a decent fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
Stone Phillips Career
After his graduation from Yale, he relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked as a remedial reading and math teacher at the Fulton County Juvenile Detention Center. He was increasing his pay by moonlighting as a waiter when he got an entry-level news position at a local NBC affiliate, WXIA-TV. After less than two years in 1980 as a broadcast producer, writer, and reporter in Atlanta, he was hired as an assignment editor by ABC News for its Washington, D.C., news bureau.
In 1982, he began filing stories as an on-air correspondent for ABC, reporting on major events such as the war in Lebanon, Rajiv Gandhi’s election campaign after the assassination of his mother, Indira Gandhi as well as the exodus of Vietnamese boat people in the mid-1980s. In 1986, Stone was elevated to a frequent role in the ABC news magazine 20/20.
Early that year, he also worked as a sports anchor at ABC’s World News Sunday as well as a substitute host on Good Morning America. He completed his twelve years of service with ABC in 1992 and joined NBC News where he worked as co-anchor along with Jane Pauley on Dateline NBC. During his time with NBC, Stone led a long list of remarkable interviews.