The popular Canadian television and anchor, Julie Stewart-Binks is well known for the role she had as Sgt Ali McCormick from the CTV television series called Cold Squad. Currently, she works as a sports reporter for ESPN. She used to work as a sports reporter and anchor at Fox Sports.
Julie Stewart-Binks was born on April 30, 1987, in Toronto, Canada. As of 2019, she is at the age of 31 with the birth sign of Taurus which defines her personality as ambitious and sensual.
She is the daughter of Georgie Binks (mother) and Will Stewart (father). Her father is a former Olympic rower for Canada while her mother was a news reporter in Canada. Also, her grandfather has been an Olympic doctor. There is not any information regarding her early life, and childhood.
Stewart is a graduate of the Queen’s University in Kingston. Later, she earned her Master’s degree in international broadcast journalism, she was enrolled at the City University of London.
Julie Stewart-Binks is married to her longtime boyfriend, Jamie Stanley. There is no information about her wedding date. The couple has never spoken about their personal life in the public and rarely appears on the media.
Well, she has kept all her personal life so secret that no one is aware of her extra affairs. Moreover, there is not any rumor regarding her affair with another guy. Till date, the pair is living happily together.
Julie Stewart-Binks’ net worth is around $1 million at present. As per some sources, the average salary of a veteran sports anchor is $33,700 a year. So, she might be receiving at the same amount from her career.
She has worked for various channels including Barstool Sports, ESPN, and Fox Sports and has made good money working there.
Julie Stewart started her career in Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a program assistant in 2009. Later, she joined Fox Soccer Channel, CTV Television Network. In 2013, she worked at Fox Sports. In December 2016, she shifted to ESPN as a sideline reporter.
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#FBF throwing it back 7 years (wow) to one of my proudest life moments when I did a documentary on NHLer Ryan Murray I wrote, edited and helped shoot an entire 24-minute piece following Murray through the NHL draft. The message of this final segment always gets me emotional because while this piece was on Murray, everyone who has a dream can relate. . . . #flashbackfriday #throwback #saskatchewan #ctvregina #experienceregina #whl #sjhl #ryanmurray #cbj #reporter #aboutthejourneynotthedestination
Moreover, Stewart worked there for more than four years. During that time, she covered the MLS All-Star Game in Denver and also covered the MLS soccer match between Chicago Fire-FC Dallas.
Currently, she is reporting MLS and U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Team games as sideline reporter.