American sports personality Stan Verrett was a family guy-a lover of his hometown as well as his parents. But does he have a wife-like-partner to start a new family of his own?

The New Orleans-native is an anchor on the networks ESPN and ESPNEWS based in the United States. He has served as a versatile employee for the network; he has hosted studio segments on ESPN's College Basketball and College Football Telecasts and has appeared as a sideline reporter, working ArenaBowl XXII.

On ESPN Sports Center: Stan Verrett weighs in on Colin Kaepernick for not standing up for the national anthem (Published on 31 August 2016)

Surviving the iconic ESPN 'pay cut' from 2017, Stan has proven time and again as a valuable asset to the network.

What is Stan Verrett's Salary & Net Worth At ESPN? Feat Career

According to Paysa, the Anchor at ESPN earns an average salary of $69,089 monthly. As he has been very flexible and hard-working, he probably boasts more than the average figure and enjoys his net worth in thousands.

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Before his career at ESPN, Stan was a weekend sports anchor and reporter at WDSU-TV, an NBC affiliate, in New Orleans, LA.

He joined ESPN as an anchor for ESPNEWS in September 2000. By March 2009, he moved to the company’s new Los Angeles Production Facility to co-host the 1 a.m. ET edition of SportsCenter with work partner Neil Everett.

Apart from that, he has also served as sports anchor and reporter in Norfolk, Virginia., at ABC affiliate WVEC-TV and NBC affiliate WAVY-TV.

He was also a top-rated morning show personality known as Stan The Man, working at several radio stations in Washington, D.C., Charleston, S.C., and Norfolk.

Stan Verrett's Bio: Age, Height, Ethnicity, Family

Stan was born on  9 Aug 1966, in New Orleans, to a veteran army father, who he lost in 2017, and a professor mother.

His mother is a Dillard grad and valedictorian of her class who taught at Dillard University for 24 years. Her name is Dr. Joyce Verrett.

His parents loved and supported him dearly; he grew up admiring his father. 

Knowing that Stan is a football fanatic, his family's love was evident as they used to give him season tickets as a combination birthday and Christmas gift. However, when he left his family to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., he also left behind his tickets.  

Stan graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C; he was one of the two outstanding graduates in journalism for 1989. Standing taller than an average American with the height of 6 feet and 1 inches, Verrett possesses black ethnicity. 

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Stan Verrett's Report On Post-Hurricane Katrina: City Only As Strong As Its Weakest Resident

After the devastating Katrina hurricane hit the New Orleans in 2005, Stan returned home a year later to create an iconic ESPN segment to symbolize the aftermath the tornado left and the resilience the New Orleans native possessed.

He returned to an unrecognizable place that was once called his home. The obstinate residents of the city stayed in the debris and rebuilt the town back from scratch.

He returned home ten years after the segment had aired, in 2016. Speaking about the changes that he saw while reminiscing about his childhood with NOLA- a New Orleans newspaper, he said,

"So much of my childhood, from the way I remember it, is just not the same anymore because schools have been rebuilt -- some schools don't exist anymore -- and neighborhoods are changed,"

"But the one thing that was always there when I was a kid was the Saints, going to Saints games."

From his childhood home to the house where his parents had retired, he left no inch of the city unexplored. He revealed that his ESPN segment’s purpose was to "to let people see the way the storm changed so many lives."

Although many lives were redeemed a decade after the disaster, there were still people who never recovered from the storm. He said,

"We have to keep that in mind because the city is only as strong as its weakest resident."

The city that thrives in celebration triumphed against the catastrophe they faced; there were losses, bloodsheds but they managed to recreate their town into a beautiful place again!

Trivia:  The ESPN segment aired during an "Outside the Lines" episode before that first game back in the Dome.

ESPN Anchor Stan Married To Wife? Relationship Status Revealed!

Being in contact with so many female sportscasters from work, like Michelle Beadle, surely, Stan must be dating someone--or so it seemed at least!

Despite being an emotionally open man-who loves his hometown- and an all-around professional, he has kept his dating affairs private.

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The task remains for time to reveal as to whether he is married and has a wife or not; only time and he can tell as to who his wife or partner is--that is if he has one. 

As of August 2018 however, Stan is reportedly not married or dating anyone; he's single!