Stuart Scott Wife Divorce

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Stuart Scott (born July 19, 1965) is a sportscaster and anchor on ESPN's SportsCenter.Scott attended Mount Tabor High School for 9th and 10th grade and then finished up his last two years at Richard J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and went to college at the University of North Carolina. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. Scott was part of the on-air talent at the student-run radio station WXYC. He graduated from UNC in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication. Following graduation, Scott worked as a reporter at WPDE-TV in Florence, South Carolina, from 1988–1990 and at WRAL-TV 5 in Raleigh, North Carolina, from 1990–1993. He also worked at WESH, an NBC affiliate in Orlando, Florida, from 1993–1995.

Scott joined ESPN2 at the network's launch in 1993 as the host of SportsNight. He currently works for the ESPN family of networks as an anchor for SportsCenter episodes as well as National Football League and National Basketball Association programming. Scott also appears in each issue of ESPN the Magazine, with his 'Holla' column. In his work at ESPN he has interviewed top professional athletes such as Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan as well as two American Presidents, then-Senator Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

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At SportsCenter Scott was frequently teamed with fellow anchor Rich Eisen. He became well known for his use of unique catch phrases, following in the SportsCenter tradition begun by Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann, such as "holla at a playa when you see him in the street!", "call him butter, he's on a roll" and "Boo Yah!". He was parodied on Saturday Night Live by Tim Meadows and Finesse Mitchell. Besides SportsCenter, Scott has been the host of a number of television shows. His NFL work includes NFL Matchup, NFL Live, NFL PrimeTime, and NFL Countdown, while his NBA work includes hosting the NBA Finals and NBA Fastbreak. He also has hosted a number of ESPN game shows, including Stump the Schwab and Dream Job, and hosted David Blaine's Drowned Alive special.Scott lives with his two daughters in Avon and Settlement for Divorce, Connecticut.