George Robert Stephanopoulos was born on 10th February 1961 in Fall River, Massachusetts, to parents Robert George and Nickolitsa "Nikki" Gloria. George moved to the eastern suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio and attended Orange High School in Pepper Pike. He went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Colombia University in New York. George began as a sports broadcaster for WKCR-FM. George went on to earn a M.A. in Theology at Balliot College.
George gradually became a significant input to the Clinton’s 1992 U.S. presidential campaign where he served as the de facto press secretary, briefing the press. Later George was moved to Senior Advisor on Policy and Strategy. George resigned from the Clinton administration in 1996. George went on to become a political analyst for ABC News and served as a correspondent on This Week, ABC's Sunday morning public affairs program. He also appeared in the evening news broadcast, World News Tonight, and the morning news program, Good Morning America. He also became a host of This Week on September 2002. The ABC News officially named George "Chief Washington Correspondent" in 2005. He is currently the host of ABC’s Sunday Morning this Week.
George is currently married to his wife, Alexandra Wentworth. George Stephanopoulos’s wife, Alexandra is an American actress, comedian, author as well as a producer. The couple got married in 2001 and has been together since. They have two children named Elliott Anastasia Stephanopoulos and Harper Andrea Stephanopoulos.
George is currently 5 years old and stands tall at the height of 1.69m. George Stephanopoulos’s net worth is estimated to be $ 18 million. George Stephanopoulos’s salary is estimated to be $ 8 million per year. His huge salary is noted to have arisen from his successful journalism career. The bio of the very talented George Stephanopoulos can be found on various social media sites like Wikipedia, Twitter and facebook.