Max Stahl : Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents and Cause of Death

Max Stahl wasa  Blue Peter presenter to award-winning film-maker know Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents and Cause of Deathall about him in this article as like his

Max Stahl : Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents and Cause of Death
Max Stahl
  Bio
Name Max Stahl
Birthdate ( Age) 6 December 1954
Place of Birth United Kingdom
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Dr Ingrid Bucens
Children Four
Parents Name not Known
Education Not Known
Profession Not Known
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Max Stahl wasa  Blue Peter presenter to award-winning film-maker and East Timor national hero after his footage brought global attention to a massacre.  

He was known as Christopher Wenner when he co-hosted the BBC children's programme from 1978-80 has died aged 66. 

Early Life and Family

Max Stahl was born on 6 December 1954 in the United Kingdom. He was a journalist and war correspondent, who spent most of his life in Timor-Leste, following the Santa Cruz massacre, in 1991.Max Stahl was granted Timorese citizenship in 2009, in honor of his significant contribution to the nation’s independence.In april 2012, it was reported that Max Stahl had been receiving treatment for throat cancer.

Max Stahl Wife

Max Stahl was married with wife Dr Ingrid Bucens. Max Stahl servived by his wife and four children  died on Wednesday after battling cancer since 2012.

Max Stahl Net Worth

Max Stahl wasa  Blue Peter presenter to award-winning film-maker has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career 

Stahl worked in front of and behind the camera for over 20 years with television channels in England, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Australia, Canada and the United States of America.His career began in theatre as an actor and director, before joining Blue Peter.

Moving on, he began work as an investigative journalist and film-maker creating documentaries and news stories in Latin America, former communist countries, Caucasus, the Baltic and the Balkans.In, 2000 he was honoured with awards at the New York Film Festival and from the UK Royal Television Society, and received the world's leading prize for independent camera journalism, the Rory Peck Award.

Throughout his career, Stahl also wrote screenplays and developed screenplays for films.Jonathan Head, BBC News South East Asia correspondent, knew Stahl well and described him as "gentle, courteous, passionately principled and completely committed to supporting the people of East Timor"."The archive project he ran documenting the country's traumatic history was a valuable contribution to helping people remember, and come to terms with it," he said.

After receiving the sad news from Brisbane, Australia, the Former President of the Republic of Timor-Leste, Jose Ramos Horta expressed his sorrow over the passing away of Max Stahl.“The King is dead. With immense sadness I am writing to let you know that Max passed away this morning around 4.30am,” Dr. Ingrid, Max Stahl’s wife told Horta, following the death of the British journalist, Max Stahl.