Stu Schwartz is a 20 year radio and television veteran in Ottawa, where “Stuntman Stu” became a household name.
In addition to his morning show on MAJIC 100, Stu is the public address announcer for the Ottawa Senators, works with many charities and is a master auctioneer at fund raising events.
A victim of bullying as a child, he created the “NoMoreBullies” campaign where he visits local schools to speak and educate children about the horrible effects of bullying.
Stu is a recipient of a United Way community builder award, Canadian Association of Broadcasters Gold Ribbon award, was named Algonquin College’s top alumni in 2003, and is a recipient of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Stu has beaten Leukemia, and had a successful bone marrow transplant in the spring of 2016. Always wanting to give back, he launched the #StuStrong campaign which has raised over three hundred thousand dollars for Leukemia and Stem Cell research at the Ottawa Hospital.
In his spare time Stu is an amateur chef, living in Ottawa with his wife Connie and 2 young children, Matteo and Isabella.