ESPN sports broadcaster Jenn Brown is inexpressive about her salary and net worth
Jennifer Lynne Brown, American sports broadcaster & television host, who has already made a big name in the industry with her award-winning vocations, seems quite confidential about the salary ESPN pays her. Also, the true figure of her net worth hasn’t been disclosed yet.
Born with sports in her genes, Brown developed the passion for sports with her upbringing. While at Bishop Moore High School, she was active in 7 sports namely, basketball, softball, volleyball, diving, and track, and played all of them in a year.
Eventually, in 1999 she was claimed as one amongst the top 10 athletes in Central Florida. Attending the University of Central Florida on an academic scholarship, she became more involved in sports and played on Florida Gators Softball team for four years. She has received numbers of academic honors.
Prior to joining ESPN, the passionate woman served as a reporter for Showtime Sports during 2008 & 2009. Working as a special correspondent for 2 seasons of Inside the NFL, she won Emmy Award in 2008.
In addition, she was an impressive live event reporter for the boxing & MMA events for both the CBS and Showtime Sports. Alongside landing hosting jobs at networks like CBS, CMT, HDNet, and ABC, she also worked as a correspondent on the show E! News Now.
More to being a bold and gorgeous figure in journalism, she has tried her hands at acting with an appearance in 2006 film Two Tickets to Paradise. She has also been featured in numerous ad campaigns for an athletic clothing line, Under Armour.
Famously known as Jenn Brown, Jennifer Brown has a big name in the journalism industry. Undoubtedly, she might have accumulated several thousands or millions of dollars through her vocations. However, the amount of her net worth and salary hasn’t been publicized through any of her close reps.