A self-acclaimed ‘Mayor of fun’, Julie Stewart Binks is a beautiful Canadian media personality held in high esteem for her contributions to journalism in recent years. Despite being a professional journalist for less than a decade, she has worked as a reporter and news anchor for popular news networks such as Sky News, Fox Sports, and ESPN. Her unique model of presenting and professionalism has seen her serve as a sideline reporter for the US Men and Women National team.
It’s germane to note that Julie Stewart isn’t all work alone; she is indeed a very pretty woman with a passion for stand up comedy. Her beauty and a huge sense of humor have earned her thousands of fans worldwide. Without further ado, here is everything you need to know about this very talented journalist.
Julie Stewart Binks’ Bio
Julie Stewart Binks was born on April 30, 1987, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is of white ethnicity and an American, as well as Canadian by nationality. While there is no information as regards her childhood and early educational background, it’s no secret that she had her high school education at Havergal College. Upon graduation from high school, she opted to study Journalism at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. Having obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Queens University, Julie decided to further her studies at City, University of London where she eventually obtained a Master’s degree in International Broadcast Journalism.
The start of her exemplary career in journalism began in 2010, following her appointment by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to fill up the position of program assistant; a job which she did to the best of her ability. In 2011, she quit her job at CBC after being offered a more lucrative deal by FOX Soccer Channel. However, she spent only a short time with the channel before switching to CTV Television Network.
In June 2013, Julie Stewart Binks took a step further in her career by moving to FOX Sports; as it offered her more exposure. At Fox Sports, she was assigned the duties of an anchor and a sports reporter. Her zeal and passion for journalism led her into hosting a 30 minutes soccer show on the channel every day, and when the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games began, there was no one else the network could trust with the responsibility of reporting live from the Venue beside Julie.
After spending several years working for Fox Sports, she moved to ESPN in December 2016. In 2017, she found her way into the record books by becoming the first female reporter to host back to back MLS competitions with two networks – FOXSports and ESPN. Her time with ESPN was however short-lived as she moved to Barstool Sport after a year and served as a host on Barstool Breakfast, but resigned in May 2018. Julie Stewart Binks currently works at CBS Sports and Sny TV.
The parents of Julie Stewart Binks are no other persons than Will Stewart (father) and Georgie Binks (mother). While there is very limited information as regards the profession of her father, her mother Georgie is a well-respected journalist who works for Goodweather Publishing Inc. As regards her siblings, Julie has a brother who goes by the name of Ian Stewart Binks.
Make an inquiry into the love life of Julie Stewart Binks and you will be surprised to know that the beautiful journalist is currently single and isn’t rumored to be in any relationship. As it stands, her sole focus is her career and she seems very dedicated towards it.
Facts About Julie Stewart Binks
1. She is a huge contributor to a pancreatic cancer research program which was inspired by her aunt Sue who happens to be a survivor of the deadly disease.
2. On April 11, 2017, her dog Lennox went missing in the Leslie and Mills area of Toronto. Clearly devastated by this, she put up a $5000 reward for whoever found him.
3. Due to her desire for privacy, her exact net worth is very much unknown. Several sources peg it at $1 million, but it’s just speculation.
4. When she’s not working, Julie loves to go on vacations to exotic locations like Honduras, Ibiza, and Brazil.
5. She is a huge fan of the Toronto Raptors. Unable to contain her excitement when her team won their first-ever NBA basketball Championship on June 14, 2019, she took to Instagram and posted a picture of herself shedding happy tears after the game ended.