Stan Verrett was born on January 1967 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was raised in grandfather’s house from his mother’s side because of divorce of his parents. Stan attended the local Abraham Lincoln High School. He continued his high school education by attending St. Augustine School. He started to use his talent by participating as an anchor in his school events. Since the school time he got experience and confidence that was an important factor in his successful life as an anchor. Stan attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. from 1989 and completed his education with degree in the journalism subject. After graduation he worked as news anchor. He was interested in football and basketball since his childhood time. During the early years of his career he was hosted the local sports news show. It was a very important step in his life, which helped him to become a good host in the future. After few years he was involved to WVEC TV and made his professional performance as an anchor. During these years on WVEC television his work was acknowledged by everyone and he got a huge level of popularity. He was a weekend sports anchor and reporter at WDSU-TV, an NBC affiliate, in New Orleans. He decided to continue his successful career on the ESPN channel, so he moved from WVEC TV in the 2000.
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He worked as an anchor in ESPN group for most part of his career on the television. Stan is also collaborating ESPNEWS networks within the country and seen within the SportsCenter. His program comes around 11 pm or 1 am with its corresponding time and schedule. The show SportsCenter was telecasted for a five times a week with exception for Saturday and Sunday. He also earned his popularity by the nickname as “Stan the Man” by professional natural work. He became a regular face in different channel’s projects. In addition to his work as the main anchor, he has also been seen hosting the studio parts of ESPN's College Basketball show. Stan has also covered in many football shows opposite to his work as a sideline reporter straight from the field in both Basketball and Football. Verrett was also a top-rated morning show anchor at radio stations in Washington, D.C., Charleston, S.C., and Norfolk.
In addition to his main work at the different shows, he also was an anchor of many basketball shows for the same group with amazing performance in the studios during the many years. Stan also has worked as a live reporter from the field in many football and basketball matches. He appeared in some movies and TV series by playing himself include “Playing for Keeps”, “The Tournament Challenge Challenged” in the 2012 and “30 for 30” show.
His family house was destroyed by the Hurricane Katrina in the 2005. There is no information about is he married or not and same about daughter or son. He has a net worth value of $4 million dollars. His work also has earned him a salary of 100 thousand dollars per year.
Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020