Grant Stinchfield Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Married, Newsmax, Salary, and Net Worth.
Grant Stinchfield Biography
Grant Stinchfield is a famous American businessman and also a former news reporter. Here is all you need to know about Grant Stinchfield Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Married, Newsmax, Salary, and Net Worth.
Grant Stinchfield Age and Birthday
Grant’s age and date of birth are publicly not available.
Information on his birthday is currently unavailable at the moment.
Grant’s Height and Weight
Grant stands at an average height, he appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos relative to his surroundings are anything to go by.
Details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.
Grant Stinchfield Family and Education
Grant was born and raised in the USA, however, our efforts to find out more about her family came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. Thus the identity of Grant’s parents is still unclear. It is also not known if she has any siblings.
Grant earned his bachelor’s degree from Denison University in the year 1991.
Grant Stinchfield Wife and Married
Grant is currently single but he was previously married to his ex-wife Amy Vanderoef. Grant’s ex-wife, Amy is the host of Good Morning Texas, in Dallas. And from their marriage, Grant and his wife Amy have a son named, Wyatt.
Grant Stinchfield Newsmax TV
Grant Stinchfield, a four-time Emmy-winning journalist and former host of “Stinchfield” on NRATV, has joined Newsmax TV as the host of “Saturday Report,” a popular news commentary show. A native New Yorker, Stinchfield launched his television career at KECI-TV in Missoula, Montana, reporting and anchoring the morning newscast.
Then, as an investigative reporter at WVIX-TV in West Hartford, Connecticut, he profiled unsolved murders in the Emmy-winning series, “Cold Case: Tracking the Truth.” One report led directly to the arrest of four killers who murdered a young man while he was driving home from work.
In 2002, Stinchfield, joined WXAS-TV, an NBC affiliate serving Dallas-Fort Worth, and spearheaded the Emmy-winner “Identity Crisis,” which led to 14 new laws designed to not only prevent identity theft but help victims recover.
He also exposed flaws in Dallas police procedures that limited the capability of officers to arrest drug dealers. That led to changes that gave the police greater flexibility in chasing down suspects.
He has been recognized as the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Journalist of the Year and received the Associated Press Investigative Reporting Award, the Safe Kids Connecticut Achievement Award, and the International Association of Firefighters Achievement Award. In 2012, Stinchfield ran for the U.S. Congress in a bid to represent District 24, a suburban area between Fort Worth and Dallas.
Grant Stinchfield Net Worth
Grant has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2020, which he has earned from his successful career as a news reporter for Newsmax TV.
Grant Stinchfield Salary
Grant receives an annual salary of $62,000 as of 2020.
Grant Stinchfield Military Service
Grant’s military service information is still unclear at the moment.