Jenn Brown Biography
|Date of Birth:||1981 , March-23|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jennifer Lynne Brown|
|Profession||TV personality, sports broadcaster, producer|
|Working For||NFL Network,ABC, ESPN|
|Eye Color||Light brown|
|Weight in KG||66kg|
|Famous for||ESPN shows|
|Married to||Wes Chatham (m. 2012)|
|Children||John Nash(2014), Rhett Jameson (M.2016|
|Education||University of Florida, Bishop Moore Catholic High School|
|TV Show||: Two Tickets to Paradise, Bike Rally USA: Rebel Roads|
Jenn Brown is an American TV personality, sports broadcaster, producer, TV host as well as a model and actress. She is most acclaimed for being the journalist and host of a few ESPN shows. Jenn is a winner of Emmy Award for two times working as a broadcaster.
Early life and Education
Jenn Brown was born as a Jennifer Lynne on March 23, 1981 in Gainesville, Florida. She grew up with her parents in Orlando, Florida. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Jenn’s parents are from a sports background as her father was the Olympic gymnastic trainers and mother a founder of various gymnastic schools.
Jenn Joined Bishop Moore High School where she was active in several sports and additionally broke a few records there when she was only 14. In the late 1990s, she was likewise recorded among the best 10 competitors in Central Florida.
After her high school, Jenn enrolled at the University of Florida where she was the member of Florida Gators softball team for four years. She received several academic honors from University of Florida such as a two-time National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Academic All-American, National Society of Collegiate Honors, Verizon Academic All-District, four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll, two-time Academic Dean's List and two-time academic President's List.
Jenn graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida.
Jenn Brown began her career as a producer and host working in Bennett Productions from Feb 2004 to Aug 2007. The same year, she joined CMT as a host and appeared on the reality TV show I Want to Look Like A High School Cheerleader Again for three months till October 2007.
Later, Jenn has appeared in several networks in short period including CBS, ESPN and more.
Jenn has been a special correspondent for two seasons on Inside the NFL, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Studio Show in 2008. She has also worked for HDNet TV show called The Wild Side, which was a remake of the famous show Wild On on E!.
Jenn was the host of 48 Straight, The Mountain Experience for a nationally syndicated Mountain Lifestyle where she hosted with Jonny Moseley. She also co-hosts the show for CBS Sports with Moseley, The Collegiate Nationals.
Apart from hosting career, Jenn has also appeared in a movie called Two Tickets to Paradise which was produced, written and directed by D.B Sweeney. She is also on DirecTV in two episodes of the TV show Kingdom playing herself.
Jenn married the love of her life Wes Chatham on 2012, April 7 in Barnsley Gardens Resort which is located in Adairsville. The couple started dating since 2011 and got engaged the same year.
Jenn’s husband Wes Chatham is an American actor who has appeared in several movies such as The Help, W, In the Valley of Elah, The Philly Kid and more.
Jenn and Wes welcomed their first child after two years named John Nash in November 2014. After eighteen months, they again welcomed their second child named Rhett Jameson on June 1, 2016.
The couple currently lives in Los Angeles, California with their children.