Craig Stevens Bio, Age, Height, 7 News, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, and Husband

Craig Stevens Bio, Wiki

Craig Stevens is an American  Emmy Award-winning journalist working for WSVN-TV serving as a news co-anchor. He has been working with this station since  1992. 

Craig Stevens Age

Stevens manages to keep information regarding his dates of birth away from the limelight. An update of his age will be done once he has made the information public. However, judging from his appearance, he might be in his 50S.

Craig Stevens Height

Stevens stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.

Craig Stevens Education

He attended Falmouth Highschool from 1982 to 1986 where he was a student government and was in the National Honor Society, Keyclu where he was chosen by the students to receive the ” Anna K.Harper Award” for” honor, loyalty and service” to a class of 1986. In 1985 he attended Washington and Lee University where he attended the Summer Scholars program. Which is a four- week program academic program for high school students who have completed their junior year and who have strong academic credentials. He later enrolled at American University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree, in communication ( print journalism) History.

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Craig Stevens Career

Stevens works for WSVN-TV serving as a co-anchor with Belkys Nerey at 5,6,10, and 11 pm. He has been in television news for over 30 years, most of the time he spent in South Florida. He has covered many stories for 7 News, including the elections ranging from local to national, including the dispute 2000 presidential Election from Austin, Texas, and several hurricanes beginning with “Andrew”, the Oklahoma City bombing. Furthermore, he has also spent some weeks covering the assassination of fashion designers like Pope John Paul II’s visits to Cuba and the United States, JFK’s death, Fidel Castro’s visit to the United Nations, the Elian Gonzalez, and Gianni Versace and the manhunt for Andrew Cunanan.

In 2021 he executive produced and co-wrote a documentary to mark the occasion to commemorate the 65th anniversary of Channel 7. Furthermore, it is also featured at the Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives to WSVN.COM.He also anchored the coronavirus pandemic’s far-reaching impact n South Florida. He brought South Florida viewers interviews with former President Trump, President Joe Biden, and Senator Kamala Harris during the 2020 election season. Craig and Belkyshosted presidential election night broadcast for the fifth time in November 2020, leading the WSVN news team for several hours of local coverage.

Craig has also hosted several hours of coverage in 2018 of Castro’s death as well as the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida. He reported from Cuba in 2015 on the raising of the flag at the US Embassy in Havana and Pope Francis’ visit. In addition to that, he has also covered major events such as President Obama’s 2016 state visit to Havana for 7NEWS, Castro’s handover of power to his brother, the start of the wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan, the September 11th attacks, the deadly shootdown of two “Brothers to the rescue” planes, the crash of ” Valujet” flight 592, and Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s return to Haiti.

In 2016, Stevens launched WSVN’s effort to improve relations between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.   He hosted the “Hope and Healing” town hall meeting featuring members of Congress, state and local leaders, and members of the law enforcement community. In 1999 he returned to WSVN, where he anchored weekends and the 5:30 and 6:30 newscast, before going resuming his current duties in May 2001. Prior to that, he was working at Boston sister station, NBC affiliate WHDH he was serving as a weekend news anchor though, during that time, much of his work there was featured here in 1997. Previously, he spent two years at WBBH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Fort Myers, as a reporter and a substitute before joining WSVN in 1992.

Steven started working as a substitute anchor and reporter at WBBH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Fort Myers in 1990 before joining WSVN-TV. He left  WSVN-TV  to work as a weekend news anchor at Boston’s sister station, NBC affiliate WHDH. While in college he worked full-time in the NBC newsroom as an assignment desk assistant in 1988. Additionally, he worked on such programs as “Meet the Press” as a production assistant, and “NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, “NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. He started his career journey in the mailroom at NBC NEWS in Washington in 1987.

Craig Stevens Charities/ Organisations

 Steven is also part of the Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Televisions and Science, as an officer therefore he also chairs the committee and serves as a National trustee that mentors young TV professionals throughout southeastern United. He is also an active member of organizations and charities. He served at the Parade and at the Wilton Manors Stonewall Street Festival as a grand marshal in 2003. Steven also hosted the annual AIDS Walk Miami, which raises funds to promote HIV awareness, prevention, testing, and treatment in the South Florida community. He spends his quality time working with the future broadcasting journalist. Moreover, he served on the adjust faculty at both the University of Miami and Barry University for several years. 

Craig Stevens  Awards

Steven has received numerous honors for his excellent work t and contribution to the community.  He is also a  beneficiary of eight Suncoast regional Emmy Awards from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). The team was honored with awards for superior work covering Fidel Castro’s death, the deadly shooting at the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport, a dangerous chase on a South Florida highway, and most recently for coverage of the Surfside condominium collapse, and Hurricane Dorian’s impact in the Bahamas.

In 2014 he was awarded  “Silver Circle” by The Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences,  for his committed services to the television industry in the Sunshine States. The readers of the  South Florida Gay News named him “Best Local TV Personality in 2019, 2020, and 2021. In addition, in 2009  he was also named a “Communicator of the Year”  by the University of Miami. ” FloridaMonthly” magazine named Steven as the ” Best Local TV News Anchor”. In 2003  he was awarded by the Broward/Palm Beach “New Times” with the same distinction, and finally, he was awarded a key to the city in 2006 by the city of Miami Beach, recognizing his charitable efforts.

Craig Stevens’s Net Worth

In Stevens’s career as a co-anchor, he has been able to accumulate a net worth ranging between $1 Million and $5 Million.

Craig Stevens Salary

He receives annual earnings that range between $35,000 and $100,000.

Craig Stevens’s Parents and Siblings

Stevens  Born and raised in the United States, manages to keep information regarding his parents and whether or not he has any siblings away from the limelight. An update of his family information will be done when available.

Craig Stevens  Wife/ Spouse

Stevens manages to keep information regarding whether or not he is in marriage private. Any update on his marital status will be done when available.

Craig Stevens Kids

Stevens manages to keep information regarding whether he has any children away from the public. However, any update regarding his children will be done once available.

Craig Stevens Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

He is vocal on his social media accounts where he posts frequently. On his Twitter account, he has over 10K followers, and over 2K followers on his  Instagram account.