Net Worth: $100 Million
- Source of Wealth Media
- Birth Place St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
- Marital Status Married
- Full Name Geoffrey William Stirling
- Nationality Canadian
- Date of Birth March 21, 1921
- Ethnicity Caucasian
- Occupation Chairman of Stirling Communications International
- Children Undisclosed
About Geoff Stirling
Canadian businessman Geoff Stirling has an estimated net worth of $100 million. Born Geoffrey William Stirling on March 21, 1921 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, he and the other family members own several media outlets under the corporate brand Stirling Communications International (SCI).
Stirling gained his estimated net worth of $100 million as the current chairman of SCI that owns properties such as Newfoundland Television (NTV) or CJON-DT, The Newfoundland Herald, and CHOZ-FM radio. He also created graphic novels such as Atlantis and Captain Canada, which debuted in magazine in 1979. Today, it is a national Canadian icon and the mascot of NTV.
Geoff Stirling appeared in the 1974 documentary film Waiting for Fidel. It was a story about his trip to Cuba together with former Newfoundland premier Joey Smallwood and director Michael Rubbo. Considered an eccentric, he promotes a variety of personal interests using his media outlets. One of his most legendary stories involved John Lennon and Yoko Ono. He and his son were staying in London when they heard “Come Together” by The Beatles. He was so moved by the song that he instantly sent Lennon a telegram and after an hour there was a reply inviting the father and son to Apple Studios. The two conducted a series of interviews which was eventually broadcast to his Canadian radio stations.