Grant Stinchfield Biography and Wiki
Grant Stinchfield is an American businessman and also a former news reporter who currently works as a host of “Stinchfield” on Newsmax TV at 8 pm ET. Grant is also the owner of KWIK Kar Auto Centre.
Grant Stinchfield Age
Grant is 51 years old as of 2020, he was born in 1979 in the USA.
Grant Stinchfield Height
Grants stand at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight.
Grant Stinchfield Parents
Grant was born and raised in the USA, however, he has not disclosed any information regarding his family, parents or his 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 Salary
Grant receives an annual salary of $62,000 as of 2020. The normal pay of a news journalist ranges from between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 which translates to an hourly average wage of between $ 10.15 and $ 31.32.
Grant Stinchfield Net Worth
Grant has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2020, His primary source of income is his career as a businessman. Through his various sources of income, Grant has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.
Grant Stinchfield Newsmax Wikipedia
Grant, 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 Military Service
Grant’s military service information is still unclear at the moment.