|Karl Stefanovic Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||August 12, 1974|
Karl Stefanovic is an Australian TV presenter and journalist who as of January 2023, had been working for the Nine Network. At the same time, Karl also co-hosted the Nine Network‘s breakfast program Today and also presents for 60 Minutes.
Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
Karl attended the Anglican Church Grammar School St Augustines College (Cairns). After this, he graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in 1994. He had also enrolled at The National Institute of Dramatic Art in the past. However, he did not make it there.
TV Presenter, Journalist
- Father – Alex Stefanovic
- Mother – Jenny Stefanovic
- Siblings – Peter Stefanovic (Younger Brother) (Journalist, Reporter, Television Presenter), Elisa Stefanovic (Sister), Tom Stefanovic (Brother)
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
81 kg or 178.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Karl has dated –
- Cassandra Thorburn (1995–2017) – Karl met fellow journalist and children’s author Cassandra Thorburn while at a party in Rockhampton. Together, the couple has 3 children – Ava Stefanovic, Jackson Stefanovic, and River Stefanovic. However, despite their strong bond, Karl announced that he had parted ways with her in September 2016, which was legally finalized in October 2017.
- Jasmine Yarbrough (2018-Present) – Karl got engaged to Jasmine Yarbrough in February 2018. The couple then tied the knot in December 2018, in Mexico. They share a child named Harper May Stefanovic.
Race / Ethnicity
Karl has Serbian-German ancestry on her father’s side and Australian ancestry on her mother’s side.
Salt & Pepper
- He sports a brushed-up hairstyle.
Through his social media, Karl has either endorsed or promoted various brands including Nespresso Australia.
Karl Stefanovic Facts
- His younger brother Peter worked as a correspondent with 60 Minutes.
- Karl received criticism from the LGBT community in July 2016, after he used the word “tranny” and made a number of jokes that were deemed transphobic during a segment on Today. He went on to make a public apology on July 29, 2016, stating “I was an ignorant tool.” Furthermore, he was nominated for an ACON LGBTI award for his honest apology.
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