George Stephanopoulos Biography
Former presidential advisor George Stephanopoulos was born February 10, 1961 in Fall River, MA, and grew up in Cleveland, OH. He attended Columbia University, and in 1983 won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, from which he graduated with a masters degree in theology. He began his political career soon after in Washington, working for congressmen and on political campaigns through the early 1990s. He became one of President Bill Clintons closest advisors. He resigned from politics in 1996 and moved to New York, where he became a professor of government at Columbia University. In addition to his post at Columbia, Stephanopoulos is currently the Chief Washington Correspondent for ABC News and anchor of ABC's Sunday morning program, "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." He has two daughters with wife Alexandra Wentworth.
This biography was last updated on 03/30/2009.
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