George Stroumboulopoulos Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
George Stroumboulopoulos Net Worth $3 Million
From that point, he went to work for radio stations in British Columbia and Toronto, finally hosting “Live in Toronto” for CFNYFM. In 2000, he was delegated to host and create “The Punk Show” on MuchMusic. He later hosted the shows, “The NewMusic”, “MuchLOUD” and “MuchNews”, too. From that point, he went to host “The Strombo Show”, a Sunday night talk radio show that’s aired since 2005. He started hosting the television show, “The Hour” in 2005. The show was later shortened to thirty minutes and renamed, “George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight”. The program is a mixture of world news, celeb news, and interviews. In June 2013, he started appearing on his own show on CNN, called, “Stroumboulopoulos”.
August 16, 1972
Malton, Ontario, Canada
6 ft (1.83 m)
Screenwriter, Radio personality, TV Personality, Television producer, Actor, Newscaster
Mary Ivanyshan, Mark Stroumboulopoulos
Gemini Award for Best Talk Series, Canadian Screen Awards - The Shaw Media Award for Best Host in a Variety, Lifestyle, Reality/Competition, Performing Arts or Talk Program or Series, Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a General/Human Interest or Talk Program or Series
Gemini Award for Best Writing in an Information Program or Series, Viewer's Choice Award for Lifestyle Host, Gemini Award for Best Cross-Platform Project
Hobo with a Shotgun, George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead
The Hour, The One: Making a Music Star, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, Hockey Night in Canada, Fandemonium, MuchMusic Video Awards
His dear friend actor Richard Hong was killed in his home in Los Angeles while he was away.
Host of ABC show "The One: Making of a Star" [July 2006]
Host of 'The Hour' on CBC News World. [January 2005]
Annouced he is leaving MuchMusic after a five-year run to host his own prime-time show on CBC Newsworld, beginning in January, 2005. [November 2004]
Was the host of Much News, Loud, and The New Music.
Has a younger sister, Natasha.
Attended Humber College.
Formely a writer for 'Off the Record' on TSN.
Has pet snakes.
Former host of 'Live In Toronto' on Edge 102.
Part Ukranian, part Egyptian, and part Greek.
Hosts "Punk-o-Rama" and "Over the Edge" on Toronto's radio station Edge 102.
Wry and honest approach
Punk fashion image
T-Shirts with famous rock bands
[on his performance record in recreational hockey] I suck. I'm terrible. I'm the worst player in the tournament.
I think hockey has limited what players have been able to do. I think we've spent a lot of time in Canada beating the personality out of players. Anytime they have personality, the press generally jumps on them. I want to create a space where we're open to a player being a human being, first of all, but where they can also be interesting and funny and outspoken. My job is not to run a dressing-room; that's the coach's job. My job is to connect people to the players they love, and there's lots of ways we can do that. I know a lot of these people are interested in the next step of their development. So we on this broadcast want to create this type of space.
[on his appointment as host of 'Hockey Night in Canada'] There's a lot of people on Twitter saying, 'Oh, eff that guy' because I don't approach this as a straight-up sports gig. But no one out there can out-sport me.
[on his TV hosting roles] This is what I do. I don't even have any dependents in my life. I don't even have a plant.