Born In: Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
George Robert Stephanopoulos is an American journalist, political critic, and former Democratic advisor. He served as a Senior Advisor to President Bill Clinton. Currently, he is the chief political correspondent and chief anchor of ABC News, the host of the network’s ‘This Week,’ and the co-anchor of ‘Good Morning America’. Stephanopoulos also serves as a substitute anchor for ABC’s ‘World News Tonight’. Born in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Greek parents Robert George Stephanopoulos and Nickolitsa Gloria, he became a disciple of the Greek Orthodox faith and considered entering the priesthood in his youth. Upon his graduation from Columbia University, he even studied theology at University of Oxford. Later, he received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from New York City’s St. John's University. Extremely benevolent and big hearted, the American journalist is also the founder of Next Generation Initiative, a non-profit organization that helps students learn real-world skills through experience. He currently also serves on the Council on Foreign Relations. Stephanopoulos is married to actress Alexandra Wentworth. The couple has two daughters.
Also Known As: George Robert Stephanopoulos
Spouse/Ex-: Ali Wentworth (m. 2001)
father: Robert George Stephanopoulos
mother: Nickolitsa Gloria Stephanopulos
children: Elliott Anastasia Stephanopoulos, Harper Andrea Stephanopoulos
Born Country: United States
Ancestry: Greek American
U.S. State: Massachusetts
education: Columbia University, Balliol College, Oxford
George Robert Stephanopoulos was born on February 10, 1961, in Fall River, Massachusetts. His father, Robert George Stephanopoulos, is a Greek Orthodox priest as well as a dean emeritus of New York City’s Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. His mother, Nickolitsa "Nikki" Gloria, worked with the National News Service as the director of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
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