Who is Jamie Shupak Stelter? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

The traffic anchor for NY1, the New York News TV station situated in Manhattan, New York City, Jamie Shupak Stelter is an Emmy nominee. She started working for the channel in May 2010.

Prior to joining NY1, she spent seven years, starting in January 2013, working as a host and food blogger at thetvdinner.com. She has also worked as an author for Polis Books, a dating columnist for Complex Magazine, a fill-in traffic reporter for WNBC, and a traffic reporter and anchor for WTXF-FOX 29.

Jamie Shupak Stelter: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jamie Shupak Stelter was born to Helen R. Shupak and Neil L. Shupak.

She enrolled at the University of Maryland in 1999, and in 2003, she earned a bachelor’s degree in arts.

Married Details

Brian Stelter is wed to Jamie Shupak Stelter.

Brian and he first connected on Twitter. When a significant snowstorm hit around Christmas in 2010, Brian tweeted Jamie, asking her coworker Pat Kiernan whether she was single. Jamie and Brian started getting closer and dating soon after.

The couple made their entrance down the aisle on February 22, 2014. They had their wedding ceremony at the Philadelphia Sheraton Society Hill.


Sunny Ray Stelter, a daughter, was born on May 21, 2017, and Story Moon Stelter, a male, was born to Jamie Shupak Stelter and Brian Stelter (born on 7th August 2019).

However, the couple’s journey to welcome their children was not an easy one. When Jamie announced in December 2016 that she was expecting her first child, she also disclosed that she and her husband Brian Stelter had experienced reproductive issues and suffered from two miscarriages. She disclosed that the pair had been attempting to grow their family for the last two years. Jamie apparently also had to struggle with two D&Cs, a PCOS diagnosis, and numerous IUI and IVF cycles.

Who is her Spouse?

Her spouse Brian Stelter earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communications with a journalism specialization from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland in 2007.

He currently serves as CNN Worldwide’s Chief Media Correspondent. In addition, he serves as the host of CNN’s Reliable Sources program, which evaluates the leading media outlets each Sunday at 11:00 am.

He previously spent the years 2007 to 2013 as a media correspondent for The New York Times.

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