|Date of Birth:||1959, March 20|
|Age:||61 years old|
|Birth Name||Stephen Brunt|
|Birth Place||Hamilton, Ontario, Canada|
|Famous Name||Stephen Brunt|
|Net Worth||$8 million|
|Show||Prime Time Sports|
|Show Time||4 to 7 p.m. ET|
|Coworker Salary||$1 million|
|Profession||sports broadcaster/Newspaper columnist|
|Famous for||The Globe and Mail and Sportsnet|
|Started career as||an intern at The Globe in 1982|
|Currently Working For||Prime Time Sports|
|Awards||Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2007/Michener Award for public service journalism|
|Current City||Hamilton, Ontario|
|University attended||University of Western Ontario|
|Married to||Jeannie Brunt|
The resident of Hamilton, Ontario, Stephen Brunt, reportedly earns around $500,000, as his annual income and a net worth of around $8 million. Stephen is married to his longtime girlfriend Jeannie Brunt. Details about their children are not published.
Stephen Brunt was born on March 20, 1959, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada to father Harry Brunt. He holds a Canadian nationality and belongs to White ethnic group with a star sign, Pisces.
Stephen Brunt graduated from the University of Western Ontario where he acquired his Bachelor's degree in journalism.
Being a regular sports broadcaster for the network, Stephen receives a quite good amount of money from it. He might be earning an annual average salary of around $500,000 from his recent job. Moreover, Brunt has an estimated net worth of over $8 million.
During his time with The Score Television Network, Stephen alongside Jim Van Horne had an annual salary of $375,000.
Stephen Brunt works alongside Bob McCown at Prime Time Sports. And as of now, Bob McCown reportedly receives an annual salary of $1 million.
Brunt started his career working for The Globe as an intern where he was awarded the Michener Award for the public service journalism. Besides, he has written seven books including Facing Ali, Gretzky's Tears, Searching for Bobby Orr, My Life On Ice, The Roberto Alomar Story, The Way it Looks from Here, The Rise and Fall of Shawn O'Sullivan. Later, he started working for The Globe and Mail as their sports columnist since 1989.
In 2007, Stephen was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame. After the CHUM Radio launched The Score Television Network to compete with the existing sports networks. Paul Romanuk was appointed for the morning show and Jim Van Horne and Brunt for the evening show.
Paul Williams was the sports executive for the network. On 22 February 2018, Stephen was announced to join Primetime Sports for 20 weeks a year as a part-time co-host. Brunt was caught in a controversy after it was announced that he would be carrying the Olympic torch in Newfoundland.
Moreover, Brunt is currently working as a columnist for the Sportsnet.ca, Sportsnet.
Stephen married his girlfriend Jeannie after a long affair. The relation between them is quite well and they are living a happy married life. There are no details about their marriage date and children.
Further, there is no information about Stephens wife Jeannie. The famous news columnist and broadcaster is not so active on social media.
Brunt has black hair and blue eyes and further details about body measurements are not available.
Stephen Brunt currently lives with his wife, Jeannie, in Hamilton, Ontario, and spends most of his summer holidays in Winterhouse Brook, Newfoundland.