Jim Acosta Wife 2021: Has He Remarried After Sharon Mobley Stow Divorce?

Jim Acosta Wife 2021: Has He Remarried After Sharon Mobley Stow Divorce?

Jim Acosta, the chief domestic affairs correspondent and anchor for CNN, got divorced from his ex-wife in 2017. Who is his new wife in 2021? Let’s explore.

Jim Acosta is a well-known American broadcast journalist, who has been working as an anchor and the chief domestic correspondent for CNN since January 2021.

He received so much popularity for President Donald Trump’s clashes with him at press briefings when he worked as network’s chief White House correspondent.

Furthermore, he was CNN’s senior White House correspondent during the Obama administration. During that time, he traveled to Cuba in March 2016 to cover President Obama’s historic trip to the island.

Who Is Jim Acosta Wife 2021?

Jim Acosta is not in a marital relationship with anyone at present, which means he doesn’t have a wife right now.

He got divorced from his ex-wife in 2017, following he is living a single life.

Furthermore, he hasn’t shared any opinion about being in a marital relationship.

Has He Remarried After Sharon Mobley Stow Divorce?

Jim Acosta lives a single life as he hasn’t remarried any other woman to the current date.

The handsome Cuban-American was married for 17 years to Sharon Mobley Stow, a registered nurse with whom he has two children.

Jim Acosta and Sharon both attended James Madison University. The couple tied a knot in 1999.

After 18 years, they filed for divorce and parted ways in 2017. However, they haven’t unfolded the reason behind their divorce.

Jim Acosta Age: How Old Is He? 

As of 2021, Jim Acosta’s age is 50 years.

He was born to his parents on April 17, 1971, in Washington, D.C.

Acosta migrated to Miami with his family when he was only eleven years old.

He is of American nationality.

Jim Acosta Biography

Jim Acosta’s detailed biography is found on the page of Wikipedia.

Acosta was raised in northern Virginia, graduated from Annandale High School in 1989.

He graduated in mass communication and political science in 1993 from James Madison University.

In 1995 he started working as a reporter and substitute anchor for WBIR-TV for three years. Then he joined CBS-owned station KTVT-TV as a reported.

Jim worked as a correspondent for CBS Newspath in 2001 and shifted to CBS News in February 2003.

Acosta was the network’s lead correspondent in covering the 2012 presidential campaign of Republican nominee Mitt Romney.