Jody Hamilton Biography
|Date of Birth:||1967 , January-18|
|Age:||54 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Jody Ann Hamilton|
|Birth Place/City||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Profession||Writer, Producer, Podcaster|
|Working For||From the Bunker (podcast host since 2009)|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Married to||Lonny Paul|
|Education||University of the Pacific|
|TV Show||Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers (As a Producer)|
|Sisters||Carrie Hamilton, Erin Hamilton|
Jody Hamilton is an American actress, writer, producer, comedian, and podcaster most known for her work in the TV special, Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers. She is currently the host of the weekly political/comedy podcast From The Bunker (2009- Present) and previously hosted another weekly political/comedy podcast, The Ham and Legs Show.
How Old is Jody Hamilton? When and Where was she Born?
Jody Hamilton was born Jody Ann Hamilton on January 18, 1967, in Los Angeles, California, the USA. As of March 2021, she is 54 years old. The California native attended the University of the Pacific, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Entertainment Management.
Family Members- Daughter of TV Producer Parents (Carol Burnett and Joe Hamilton)
Jody Hamilton is the middle child of three daughters born to actress, comedian, singer, and writer Carol Burnett and her second husband, television producer Joe Hamilton. Carol Burnett is a 65 year veteran of television most known for the CBS variety/sketch comedy show, The Carol Burnett Show -- which has won numerous Primetime Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards.
On the other hand, Joe Hamilton (1929- 1991) was a noted TV producer of his time; he contributed as a producer for The Carol Burnett Show, Sills and Burnett at the Met (1976), and Once Upon a Mattress (1972).
Sister of Carrie and Erin Hamilton
Jody's older sister, Carrie Hamilton, was an actress, singer, and playwright who died of pneumonia at age 38. Her younger sister, Erin Hamilton, is a singer-songwriter behind the 1999 album, "One World". From her father's first marriage (to Gloria M. Hartley), Hamilton has 8 half-siblings: Kathleen, Dana, Joseph, Jeffrey, John, Nancy, Judith, and Jennifer.
After her parents divorced, the actress cum producer's father was married to Lee Troggio until his death in 1991, while her mother Carol is in a marital relationship with third husband Brian Miller since November 24, 2001.
Jody Hamilton is primarily a producer who got her start at her father's production house, Joe Hamilton Productions in 2001.
She went on to work as a producer at Creative Vision Group beginning in late 2005. She held the position for nearly a decade, until November 2014. During that time, Hamilton was responsible for managing all facets of production logistics like equipment contracts, tape/digital media inventory, insurance, travel and shipping, call sheets, purchase orders, and cast and crew lists.
Jody was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 2002 for her work as a producer in the 2001 television special, Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers. Her other credits as a producer include Lunchtime Thomas (short, 2001), Kink (short, 2008), and Porkchop Playhouse (TV film, 2011).
Nowadays, Jody Hamilton is most known as a podcaster and produces and co-hosts the weekly comedy/political podcast, From the Bunker (2009-Present). She was previously involved in another weekly comedy/political podcast, The Ham and Legs Show.
Married to Lonny Paul
Jody Hamilton has been married since September 18, 2015, to Lonny Paul. They don't have any children. Despite the fact that her family background was barely left out of the media radar, she has managed to keep her relationship details quite low-key.
Estimated to have a Net Worth of $1 Million
While official records of her wealth are yet to be disclosed, according to some sources, Jody Hamilton is believed to have a net worth of around $1 million in early 2021.
A producer, actress, and writer, Jody is an Emmy Award-nominated producer of 2001's Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers. She is also a noted podcaster and currently hosts the weekly political/comedy podcast From The Bunker after previously having hosted another weekly political/comedy podcast, The Ham and Legs Show.