|Full Name:||Stone Phillips|
|Age:||67 years old|
|Birthday:||December 2, 1954|
|Birthplace:||Texas City, Texas|
|Wife:||Debra Del Toro-Phillips|
|Net Worth:||$15 million|
|Height:||6 foot 212 inches|
|Profession:||American television reporter|
Stone Stockton Phillips is a network reporter. He was a Dateline NBC co-anchor. He’s also anchored NBC Nightly News, Today, and Meet the Press.
Who is Stone Phillips?
The reporter was born in Texas City in 1954. Victor and Grace Phillips named him Stone Stockton. His mother taught, and his father was a chemical engineer at Monsanto. His siblings are Victor III and Minta. Raised in Ballwin, Missouri’s Claymont neighborhood. He’s also Scottish.
He excelled at Ballwin’s Parkway West High School. He was the high school quarterback. Later, he attended Yale, where he excelled academically and athletically. Stone Phillips played for the Ivy League-champion Yale Bulldogs. He was a Scroll and Key member at Yale. He also received the F. Gordon Award for academic and athletic leadership. He graduated with honors from college in 1977.
Who is Stone Phillips’ spouse?
Phillips and Del Toro-Phillips are married. Debra is Puerto Rican but grew up in NYC. She’s a fashion designer. After finding success, she got a master’s in social work. Streeter Phillips was born in 1988. Despite having a daughter after seven years, she died that day.
They live in New York. He’s also kept his personal life and relationships private. A rumor circulated when the reporter left NBC News. He’d never been in a dispute or violent act in his private life.
What is Stone Phillips net worth?
The reporter has been earning since graduation. He makes a good living as a reporter. He’d worked for ABC and NBC News. Both networks and his current job paid him well. He’s worth $15 million, according to estimates.
The journalist is 6′ 212″ (1.89 m) tall. Unknown weight and stats. Brown eyes and hair.
- After graduating, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, to teach math and reading at the Fulton County Juvenile Detention Center. While training for a reporting job at WXIA-TV, he worked as a server. After working as a reporter, author, and producer in Atlanta, he joined ABC News in 1980. He was a D.C. assignment editor.
- In 1982, he became an ABC correspondent. He covered the Lebanon War, the mid-1980s Vietnamese boat people exodus, and Rajiv Gandhi’s election campaign after Indira Gandhi’s death. He was promoted to 20/20 in 1986. Twelve years later, he joined NBC.
- He worked for NBC throughout “Dateline NBC.” Co-anchoring with Jane Pauley. co-hosted NBC’s Weekend Magazine with Stone Phillips. He interviewed Boris Yeltsin, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Lynndie England. The network didn’t renew his $7 million contracts. He worked until July 2, 2007.
- He also appeared on “The Colbert Report” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” 2012: He contributed to PBS NewsHour. 2013’s “Moving with Grace” was his brainchild. He covered golf course water use for the Golf Channel in the same year.
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