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Stephanie Moorhouse was born on 20 January, 1987 in Melbourne, Australia, is an Australian artistic gymnast. At 33 years old, Stephanie Moorhouse height is 4 ft 11 in (150.0 cm).

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Stephanie Moorhouse Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 20 January 1987
Birthday 20 January
Birthplace Melbourne, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Stephanie Moorhouse Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Stephanie Moorhouse worth at the age of 35 years old? Stephanie Moorhouse’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. She is from Australia. We have estimated Stephanie Moorhouse's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In her first international event hosted by Canberra, Moorhouse ranked 19th, 10th and 12th in the AA, VT and FX respectively but did not qualify for the other three.

Since 2019, she has held a leadership position as an Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement Manager at Gymnastics Australia.


In 2018, she was hired as a high performance manager at Waverly Gymnastics Centre focusing on "mentoring the next generation in achieving their goals".


Moorhouse competed in Anaheim, California and ranked 163rd in the AA but walked away with a bronze in the team component.


In 2014, she was a part of Life Saving Victoria as a Sports Events Administrator and began expanding her Olympic career as part of the Victorian Olympic Council appointed an honorary officer. In 2017, she was promoted to board director of the Victorian Olympic Council.


Stephanie has had a number of coaches over the duration of her career, including: Ross Bouskill, Katie Watts, Tracey Penaluna and Misha Barabach. A typical training day consisted of Moorhouse waking up at 5:30am, be driven to training by her father 45 minutes away from her house; train from 7am – 10:30am; complete school from 11am to 3pm; train again from 3.30pm to 7pm; attend a physio, massage or sport psychologist appointment; have her father drive her back home where she would have dinner, do homework and head to bed early for a "refreshing" start the next day.


Moorhouse won a single silver medal in the team component at ACGA. She ranked 9th, 5th, 9th, 9th and 12th in the AA, VT, UB, BB, and FX respectively.


Moorhouse attained 10th rank in the AA and a silver medal for the BB but did not qualify for the other components.

Upon graduating from La Trobe University, Moorhouse has dabbled in a variety of careers. In 2010, she was invited to return to the stadium as a Network Ten Gymnastics Commentator in the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games and was coached by former Olympian, Neil Kearney. She described her experience as, "just as nerve racking as performing in the actual event".


Moorhouse attended Methodist Ladies' College (MLC) and was apart of the MLC Victorian Gymnastics Club, Melbourne. She later attended Lauriston Girls' School. Moorhouse enrolled in La Trobe University in 2006 and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Business: Sport and Leisure Management. In 2012, she enrolled at Deakin University and gradated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science.


On December, 2017, Moorhouse was engaged to Tom Stainforth. The couple got married at Jack Rabbit Vineyard on the 05. 11. 2018. On 02. 01. 2020, Moorhouse gave birth to son William Walker Stainforth at St Vincent's Private Hospital, Melbourne.


Stephanie Moorhouse and her team consisting of Allana Slater, Lisa Skinner, Monette Russo, Karen Nguyen, and Melissa Munro qualified for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

Moorhouse made a brief gymnastics cameo appearance in, "Athens 2004: Games of the XXVIII Olympiad" (2004) and the Hollywood teen-comedy drama, "Stick it" (2006).


Moorhouse was born to Ann and Stephen Moorhouse. She has an older brother Nathan who, in his youth, performed recreational gymnastics. She thought it "looked fun" and received parental permission to begin gymnastics in 1991 at the age of four.


Stephanie Louise Rae Moorhouse (born 20 January 1987) is a retired Australian artistic gymnast. Moorhouse made her first Australian team in 1999, at the age of 12. She won gold with the Australian team at the 2002 Commonwealth Games while completing year 10 and was part of the bronze medal-winning team at the 2003 World Championships. She went on to compete at the 2004 Summer Olympics held in Athens while finishing off her VCE. Although she did not win a medal, she was an all-around finalist ranking 20th.


In the Horse Vault, she received a qualification rank of 77 and scored 8.875 ranking 77/98 gymnasts with the 3rd highest rank on the Australian team. On the Uneven Bars, she attained a qualification rank of 37T and a score of 9.337 ranking 37/98 gymnasts with the 3rd highest rank on the Australian team. On the Balance Beam, she attained a qualification rank of 26 and scored 9.162 ranking 26/98 gymnasts with the 4th highest rank on the Australian team. On the floor exercise, she attained a qualification rank of 57T and score of 8.850 ranking 57/98 gymnasts with the 3rd highest rank on the Australian team. In the Women's Individual All-Around (AA), Moorhouse placed 20th out of 98 gymnasts cementing her third place on the Australian team. In the Women's Team All-Around, Moorhouse, alongside the rest of the Australian gymnastics team cleared 8th place ahead of Brazil by 0.35 points but fell behind Spain by a narrow 0.325 point margin.