Kristie Stout Biography

    Published On Dec 02, 2015
    Facts of Kristie Stout
    Date of Birth: 1974 , December-7
    Birth Nation: United States
    Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch
    Name Candy Crowley
    Nationality American
    Ethnicity White
    Profession Journalist
    Working For CNN
    Online Presence Facebook,Wiki,Twitter,Instagram
    Father David Blitzer
    Mother Cesia Blitzer
    Birth Place/City Kalamazoo, Michigan
    Religion Hindu
    Net Worth 3 million U.S dollar
    Eye Color Brown Dark
    Hair Color Gray
    Face Color White
    Famous for Journalist
    Married Yes
    Married to N/A
    Children N/A
    Divorce Yes
    Education Principia College, Randolph College
    Awards News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story
    TV Show CNN Newsroom
    Siblings Andrew Cuomo, Madeline Cuomo, Margaret Cuomo
    Birth Name Candy Alt Crowley
    Girlfriend Not Yet
    Sisters Maria Cuomo Cole
    Movies Skyfall
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    Kristie Stout is a married woman and she has been married to Seung Chong. Seung Chong is a Malaysian Chinese attorney. As a loving spouse they have already welcomed a baby girl together.

    After receiving her undergraduate degree in Journalism from Stanford University, she moved to Standard Chinese at Tsinghua University. There she also worked as the freelance writer for few years and she began her professional career from CNN as a "television and dotcom reporter" since 2000. She also hosts the show, World Report. Her net worth is said to be around millions.

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    Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1974

    Born as Kristie Lu Stout in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America to a European American father and a Han Chinese mother, Kristie was raised in Cupertino, California. She is an American and is of white ethnicity.

    Graduated from Stanford University

    1997

    She completed her high school graduation from Lynbrook High School and then she joined Stanford University and majored in journalism. After earning her undergraduate degree, she also joined in the Masters Degree course and received her master’s degree in media studies in 1997.

    Began working at Wired

    1996

    After receiving her undergraduate degree in Journalism from Stanford University, she moved to Standard Chinese at Tsinghua University. There she also worked as the freelance writer for few years and then she moved back to United States and began working at Wired. 

    Joined CNN

    2000

    She began her professional career as an editorial intern at Wired. She also worked there for few more years. With the start of 2000, she gave a speech about the internet in China which influenced a lot on a senior producer for CNN and he offered her to join them. 

    Won Asian Television Award

    2006

    She has also been honored with several prestigious awards and one of them is Asian Television Award. She was honored with this award for being the anchor of the show World Report. She won this award as as Best News Presenter or Anchor.