Stuart Scott net worth and salary: Stuart Scott was an American sportscaster who had a net worth of $15 million. Stuart Scott was born in Chicago, IL in July 1965. He started out in the entertainment industry as on air talent at the University of North Carolina's student run radio station WXYC. He graduated from the school with a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication. After graduating he worked as a reporter from 1988 to 1995 at stations in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida. He got his start with the ESPN family when ESPN2 launched in 1993. Scott was the first host of the program SportsNight and eventually became the long time anchor of SportsCenter, ESPN's flagship program. He also did work for ESPN's coverage of the NFL and NBA and wrote a column, "Holla", for ESPN the Magazine. He has interviewed many big names in sports, as well as Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Stuart is widely credited for popularizing the catchphrase "Boo Yah!", and has been parodied by Saturday Night Live. He appeared in many films and television shows including Mr. 3000, The Longest Yard, and Arli$$. Throughout the last decade Stuart Scott fought a battle against cancer. He first revealed his diagnosis publicly in 2011. in 2012 his cancer appeared to be in remission, but it was diagnosed once again in 2013. Stuary Scott died on January 4, 2015 at the age of 49.
Stuart Scott Salary
What is Stuart Scott's ESPN salary? $2 million per year